8/18/2008

More Show and Tell Little Women in the OTHER Classes :-)

Round Rembrandt:

Photos sent to us taken by our noble leader from the two other sessions of Jo's Little Women:

I LOVE this one, don't you? :

Ha ha, I know who made these placemats, I was working in the shop when she brought one in; please note the adorable border choice! :

Akkkkkk these wonderful colors, and the darling gingham LOVEIT :

and this one, too, talk about covet :

that heavenly cheddar :

Okay, now I'm hungry :

and this one is an antique find, isn't it wonderful....

and three more Dear Janes...




Son, as he is packing to go back to college and holding an all-too-familiar plastic container:
Mom, what is fabric softener for again?

Mother (flatly): You don't need it.

12 comments:

Carol said...

What great show and tell...thanks for sharing a wonderful quilt show Karen.

The Calico Cat said...

That star log cabin is great! (Were they fussy cut or appliqued?)

Brenda said...

OMG< you just reminded me of a time when my Mom was staying with me in NH and Dad was home alone. He was doing the laundry and microwaving dinners she had prepared for him and all was going splendidly until he told Mom he had run out of detergent, which she declared was "Impossible!". She buys them in bulk, and she had been gone only two weeks. Well, turns out he wasn't using "the one in the white bottle" (All), he was using "the one in the blue bottle"(Snuggle)...because it smelled better! I just couldn't stop laughing. Men!

Quilt Hollow said...

Love the show and share! My son left for first year of college on Saturday. I've been having a hard time.....did you the first year? I enjoyed him asking about fabric softner....I sent mine with just the Bounce sheets (in case he decides to use them). :-) I wrote about his leaving Saturday on my blog and have been thankful for the different responses and emails I've received from people telling about their "moment" of saying goodbye.

Crazy for Primitive Quilts and Gardens said...

Lol, kids... that is funny :o) Thank you for the quilt show! And I am in LOVE with those cute placemats!

Janet said...

what wonderful eye candy! Thanks a bunch. The followup to the fabric softener story makes me smile too. The full story is so funny it brings tears to my eyes.

Thimbleanna said...

Rembrandt looks like he's saying "I'm trying to get a little sleep here!" Too cute. I do love that little quilt with the stars on it too!

Marcie said...

OMG Karen, could you piece that blue block any better? Perfectamundo! And the little gold one reminds me of the sashing on Kathie Holland's quilt in AP&Q. My mag is upstairs so I can't ck rt now.

Quilts And Pieces said...

Always just love your show and tells! Don't you just love those! Oh to see them all in real life - lucky you!

Debra said...

I love the star log cabin!
I have given your blog an award- got my blog Pilgrims& pioneers to pick it up.
Deb

Lucy said...

Thank you for yoru show and tell! so many inspirations! I love them.

Karen Dianne Lee said...

Oh what a great post.

Loved the chat with your son at the end. Hilarious!