A couple of weeks ago our English Paper Piecing Addiction group met at Back Door Quilts. Here are my show and tell photos:
This first quilt is Michelle's Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Stars. I love this setting!
This is Michelle's Dresden Plate quilt. I like this setting, too. I like everything that Michelle does.
Here is another of her Dresden plate quilts with an on point setting.
This one was from a class that she took with Pat Sloan.
I love this Christmas table runner with fussy cut Santas and red pinwheel blocks for the border. I'm sorry that I don't know the name of the quilter.
We show everything related to quilting at EPP. This is an embroidered pillow. I also don't know this person's name.
This is Sue Daley's Antique Sampler.
And Sue's basket quilt. They were on loan to Back Door from Sue, and they were just ready to send them back to her.
Sue Daley is starting a new Jigsaw Club with paper pieces and directions for blocks. These next two are Marti's blocks. I love her fussy cutting.
One of the girls (I think Linda) is stitching this cute wall hanging.
This is Marlene's block from a Sue Daley pattern. Her blue fabrics are just beautiful.
Linda and Terri had just been to a quilt show, so Linda did a little show and tell of the quilts that she was unpacking.
I missed the photo of the full quilt, but it looks great just like it is. I love the bright Kaffe backing.
Jack's chain. That one is on my bucket list.
These are just half square triangles set with tan fabrics. I think the setting is interesting.
Cars - a cute children's quilt.
I love anything with nine patches.
This is a Sue Daley pattern called Cassie's Quilt.
English Paper Piecing is always fun and interesting and full of inspiration.
Thanks for stopping by for a visit!