Bulletin Board, Day Job, and Show and Tell, November

Did this bulletin board yesterday for the December Principal's Book of the Month, which is "I Hate English!", an immigrant girl's struggle with learning to speak English. I have no supplies to speak of, except a color printer that still has ink in it (used for book cover), which explains the newspaper border and the girl that is painted on packing paper lol:

Show and Tell from Kathy Niemann's Repro Divas class:

that Christmas Maywood fabric, love it!


these are mine, on the left antique blocks and an old stained feedsack made into a doll quilt with pillowcase; on the right Dow patterns that I digitized and stitched out:

so darling!

Don't you love this block?

Ar, don't know whose this is; several of these are from Day Group - it's beautiful!

go to sleep, little bear!


Karen said...

Wish there was a group interested in repro in my area. Would be fun to share.

Lori said...

I always enjoy show and tell from your group. What fantastic quilts!!

MARCIE said...

Those Little Critters are somehow strange and adorable at the same time. Great shots of all the quilts that your group at LQ made. I love your idea of making a doll quilt with old blocks. And I would love a close-up of the embroidery. You are so clever! Your bulletin board is an example of that as well--what you can create from virtually nothing!

Barb said...

great eye candy this morning!
I love all the show and tell and those critters are too fun!

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh seeing those antique blocks reminded me about the ones I have. Maybe I should get them out and finally put them together!

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