Little Women Class Show and Tell

First is this cute graphic that was contained in an email that was sent to me. Don't know the origin, but isn't it great?

Quite a Show and Tell last night. And this is only from the 3rd, evening, session. Remarkable. This is an antique quilt from a Kansas ancestor:

Several of these photos are blurry. I must have had a few drinks with my evening salad. An amazing quilt from one of Little Quilts' own:

There were some Merry and Brights:

One lady is starting a Dear Jane; aren't the light colors elegant??

Same lady has made valances, using some of the annual Second Saturday Sampler blocks that Little Quilts presents:

Same lady brought a Lori Smith. Could you die?

An enticing sewing basket:

Our leader has put together Jo charm packs for us:

A simply amazing color and print combination, by another Little Quilts' own, in Judie Rothermels. I could hardly keep from stealing this one. I was sitting right next to her and had a very large bag very handy :-) :

There was talk of how beautiful this would be quilted in feathers overall:

This one is so pretty, I could just screeeeeeeam:
That's the new Kim Diehl for the tomato-y background.

Our next Jo project done by our noble leader:


The Calico Cat said...

Those ladies have a Susan Branch feel to them... (Pure speculation)

Love the blue & white double 9-patch...

Anonymous said...

What lovely quilts.

Libby said...

I love show and tell day . . . I wanna make them all *s*

Jan said...

There are some stunners in your selection. Thanks so much for sharing!

Paula said...

Absolutely beautiful quilts!!! I need to come and hang out with your talented quilt buddies. Thanks so much for sharing pics.

MJinMichigan said...

Thanks for sharing the pictures/ispiration. You are so lucky to belong to such a talented group.

Lucy said...

Thank you for this show and tell. most of teh quilts are to die for!! what an inspirations!

Anonymous said...

Love Jo show and share. They are the best and you didn't disappoint!

Betsy said...

Thank you for the eye candy and all the talent exhibited.

Tanya said...

Thanks for the quilt show!

Quilt Enthusiast said...

This post is a treasure. Thanks for your quilt show.
It was great to see.