workin last weekend…

I have been working really hard lately and it was nice to spend some time at the Lakehouse this weekend …last weekend I was in GA in East Cobb doing a couple of workshops and trunkshows…what a bunch of talented ladies…They have a show coming up this next weekend…I bought $20 worth of tickets for their raffle quilt…so if you are near…or if you want to buy some over the internet…and try to win the quilt instead of me…here is your chance…  quilt shown below…Raffle Quilt Raffle Quilt 2013 East Cobb Quilters

This was a very talented group of women…very organized and just genuinely nice women, who love quilting…Here is a few pictures from their show and tell….I didn’t get any names because it was during the meeting and if you want to comment on who is who I can add their names…I would appreciate any help…

East Cobb Quilters East Cobb Quilters East Cobb Quilters-Jan Cunningham East Cobb Quilters East Cobb Quilters My students from Thursday workshop... East Cobb Quilters Linda...from East Cobb Quilters...who also happens to be one of my local customer-Katie-Aunt Linda...look at those 3" blocks! East Cobb Quilters East Cobb Quilters- Jan C. Love this quilt!! East Cobb Quilters East Cobb Quilters

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I live on a lake in beautiful Butte Des Morts, WI. I have three sons: Lance (forever 29), Luke 33, Jake 32, and two grand-babies, Little Man and O-Bug. I've been married to the love of my life Nick, since 1998 when we started our crazy adventure together! I am a quilter, rugger, and gardener. I also love to cook when I get the chance. Thanks for visiting and supporting Primitive Gathering Quilt Shop where I try to bring you the best Moda fabrics and wool projects anywhere!

26 thoughts on “workin last weekend…

  1. Just beautiful! I love the fall season here in Michigan. Decorating with pumpkins, mums, and of course quilts. Would like to add this one to my collection. My birthday also happens to be on Halloween. 🙂

  2. I would love to own some of those quilts. Wow! I really like the one that is done in two color-ways. Be perfect for my table! Really nice that you take the time to share. Thanks

  3. I love the third took me a moment to realize it was the same quilt. Love the one on our left.

  4. Lisa, I so enjoyed your lecture at the East Cobb Quilter’s Guild meeting! I loved your quilts and learning about wool and dyeing and your quilting journey.

    The pictures are wonderful! I am honored to say that I am featured twice! The first picture is a 30’s baby quilt I made for my new great niece and the last picture is a Swoon quilt designed by Camille Roskelly that I made for my nephew and new wife who love purple.

  5. All Beautiful Quilts! Was wondering what the name of the quilt pattern is for the second quilt from the top – not counting the raffle quilt. The one where the two ladies are in the picture – one on the left is done in fall colors – Love it! Thanks! Thanks for sharing Lisa!

  6. I would love it if the makers of these quilts would ALSO add the name of the patterns they used (designer and name). I’d love to make some of these quilts and would love to know where to find the patterns! Thanks so much for sharing with us 🙂

  7. Beautiful quilts. Wish I knew you were going to be in GA last weekend, I would have visited this Guild. These ladies does beautiful work. It was nice of you to share. Thanks.

  8. The quilts you posted were awesome. The talent of these ladies is wonderful. Thanks for posting. Dee

  9. Wow! Those quits are amazing! So much skill and talent! Those quilts look like prize winners!

  10. Thanks for sharing the pictures of these amazing quilts!!! It looks like they have a lot of gifted appliquers in this Guild!

  11. Gosh, inspiring. I really do enjoy seeing other quilters work. They look fantastic and some lovely patterns I will take inspiration from for my own o. A much smaller scale than some of these! Much appreciated.

  12. beautiful quilts, ladies. Love the third picture…what a difference two different values of materials make. I love show-n-tell. Thanks

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