Deana Young found the cute cowboy fabric to make this adorable tote bag! This beautiful Christmas Harlequin quilt was hand pieced by Karen Peregoy. Would you believe it’s just her third quilt? It’s a gift for her lucky sister! Lynn VanLeer found the perfect little green buttons to complete these beaded holiday flower pins she made! Beautiful work, Cynthia! Cynthia Griffin calls this piece “One New Man” from Ephesians 2:15 So Cool! (Or I guess we should say, “so warm!”) Michele Germaine found the perfect accent fabrics for this foundation pieced scarf made of wool and cotton! Rachael Tomasino knitted this amazing “Nicole” vest with Araucania Ruca solid (a luxurious sugar cane yarn) It knits up beautifully!! Louise G’s string Bow Tucks bag – she said the fabric jumped off the shelf and into her basket! Wendy Carrato crocheted this fun hat with Cinnabar (Louisa Harding) – (2 balls) Barbara Snyder made the Tahoe Tote with some wonderful Magnolia Fabric she found – 1/2 yard made two bags! Pam Skeels made this wall hanging quilt for her husband’s retirement from the Forest Service. A set of amazing quilts made by Karli Baker for a domestic violence shelter in South Dakota. Wow! Another of Karli’s wonderful quilts! So cool! Karli Baker surrounded this cute barn panel with sawtooth stars to make an incredible quilt – to be donated to a domestic violence shelter in South Dakota! What do you do with striped fabric? Marcia Koester made these fabulous table runners and placemats using the Clearview Triangle ruler! Marcia Hall crocheted this beautiful “Seaside Blouse” An Oat Couture pattern, with Christal Palace Yarns “Creme” – in lilac Rachael Tomasino knitted these adult lace legwarmers as a test knit for a Ravelry user. They turned out just perfect in Rowan “Cashcotton” Dale Gibson has been knitting these fantastic “Bubble Hats” with Jojoland Rhythm…the Bubble Hat is a free download on Ravelry – and so much fun to knit – especially with Rhythm… Super cool button necklaces made by Candy Scott with buttons from Wooden Spools! She lines it with foil and cloth napkins and uses it for muffins! Sue Lavoie shows her clothesline fabric bowl that she made in class (taught by Scott Farmer) Here’s a completed luxury shawl from the Wooden Spools Triangle Shawl Kit! Knitted by Karen Kammann….beautiful! Corrie Willson knitted these two terrific hats with Artyarns Ultramerino 8. The pattern is the Noro Swirl Hat (free on Ravelry.com) LaNell Rice’s “10 Minute Tablerunner” – A great super-fast pattern to put together! This gorgeous Diagonal Scarf was knitted by Brenda Taylor with JoJoland Rhythm! LOVE IT! This “Smitten” was knitted by Connie Bean with Jojoland Rhythm for her son’s engagement gift! ….and she cut the “leftovers” from the turkey into 2 1/2″ strips and there was enough to make a 45″ x 80″ table quilt! Marsha Guerensey made this fantastic Thanksgiving quilt – she calls “Tinka’s Turkey”….. This sweet fair isle snowflake gift bag was knitted by the talented Rachael Tomasino! She used New Bamboo yarn from Bouton d’Or Carolyn Clasen crocheted this fantastic Queen Anne’s Lace scarf with Noro Ouchou! How fun is this wonderful cotton stripe cowl – knitted with Jo Sharp Cotton DK yarn – by the talented Rachael Tomasino This is our own Taffy’s Christmas Sampler Quilt – machine pieced and hand quilted!! …a lovely pattern (Ravelry download) and the perfect yarn for her Mom, who can’t wear wool or blends! This is the “Saroyan Scarf” knitted by Carolyn Bassett with Louisa Harding Cinnabar … These lovely teal and salmon Children’s Sudoku quilts were made by Daisy Sedalnick – all but the binding came from Wooden Spools! Quarter Horse – “Daisy” made by Cynthia Griffin from” one fat quarter (thus the name 🙂 and jointed with yarn “Sensation” and buttons.. Soooo cute! “Adorable Baby” and “Fantasy” – two great yarns from Dark Horse Yarns are what Kimberly Nichols used to crochet this reversible hat (afghan stitch) and knit the scarf (k1p1)! Barbara Snyder used her own pattern with Kona butterfly fabric to make this fantastic bag! Marcia Koester’s striking two-color version of the Jelly Beans Quilt – taught by Lynda Milligan, from the Positively Pineapple Book by Possibilities! Gorgeous… Margaret Lee has really enjoyed knitting these beautiful Eyelet Cowls as gifts. She’s used Claudia Handpainted Yarns. Penny Schaff found the panel and all of the fabric for this fun snowman quilt at Wooden Spools! Nice job, Penny! Karen Williams whipped up her own hat design using Lanaloft worsted wt. yarn from Brown Sheep Company. Love that color! This amazing piece is titled “Grandpa’s Horse”. It’s Claire McCabe’s neutral project from Heather Thomas’s Language of Color & Design taught at Wooden Spools. The fabric, all from Wooden Spools – is “Silly Suggestions for Kids” by Susie Johnson. Jessica embroidered 3-D butterflies onto the quilt!….. This wonderful quilt is called “Butterfly Kisses” – taken from the song by Bob Carlisle…..Designed and quilted by Jessica Casady……… Vera Carton found the Santa kit at Wooden Spools, but then changed it up a bit – adding it to her jacket – and changing and embellishing with buttons! So creative! What a great toddler-sized quilt for a boy! Perfect, in greens, brown and orange! Made by Laura Stitle Soooo elegant, yet light…this Butterfly Scarf was knitted by Elena Tucker with Karabella’s Gossamer mohair (white and gold). Kathie Note found all of the fabric for this Log Cabin Diamond Tree Skirt at our shop! It’s beautiful, Kathie! Neil Quines knitted this “Honey Cowl” with Jo Sharp’s Luxury 8-Ply DK wt. wool – it’s a thick cowl, with a waffle-like pattern! How cute is this Carpenter Star Doll Quilt – made by Tonia Schneider? Annette Harkness knitted this fabulous Lady Mary Flapper Hat with “Sublime” – a luxurious cashmere, silk and wool blend (we carry in MANY colors!).. It’s terrific, Annette! Karen Williamson made this “10-Minute Table Runner” with Teddy Bear Fabric during our Christmas Sew-in day. Another successful project using Jojoland Rhythm – dk wt – 100% wool. This is color M13 – Marcia Hall crocheted the “Dartmour Vest” – and even found the perfect buttons at WS also! Beautiful, Marcia Sandy Bardi is wearing the gorgeous cowl that she knitted with Skacel’s Alpaca Seta…it’s beautiful! This is soooo cool! It’s a purse knitted with fabric! Barbara Carlson is its creator. She used 3 1/2 yards of fabric – Batik is best – cut on the bias – 1″ – all knit! Love.It.! Just look at that pattern! It’s called “Andris”, by the way. Beautiful work, Modenna! Modenna knitted these incredible socks from a pattern in “Warm Little Knits” a Grete Letting book….WOW! This Scrappy Split 9 Patch was Lynette Johnson’s 2012 Christmas Quilt. It was fun and fast – and her first quilt on her new longarm! She calls it “Silver Snowflake”. The winning combination of Brown Sheep Handpainted Originals and a talented knitter, Erica Dietz create this lovely cowl! and …Dale Gibson has earned the title of “Bubble Hat Queen”! She’s made a gazillion of these wonderful hats with the JoJoland Rhythm…It’s a great yarn to work with – and this pattern is so much fun. Super gifts… Louise Guillaudeu made this wonderful bag – It’s the Tahoe Tote. You know we lovingly call Louise “The Bag Lady” because she makes the most amazing bags – and lots of them! ….very nice, Grace!!! Grace Knowlton used batiks for the first time in this neckscarf….. Oh my gosh – are these adorable? It’s a “Quilts Illustrated pattern – “Little Cupcake Tote” – Jennifer Opila picked out a variety of fat quarters for cake and frosting 🙂 Bonnie O’Brien’s “Bubble Hat” (Free download on Ravelry) looks great knitted with JoJoland’s Rhythm! Denise Bachmann made this Asian themed mystery quilt with her Great American Quilt Group. All of the Asian fabric came from Wooden Spools! It’s fantastic! Here’s the crazy popular Jojoland Rhythm again – in a wonderful Ruana (Oat Couture pattern) knitted by Elaine. Shauna Skaff got all of the fabric to make this “Man Cave Twin Quilt” Really nice work, Shauna – love the piano keys border! Mary Wilke shared one of the many sets of mix ‘n match napkins she makes to sell in a boutique with us – These are great napkins – with perfectly mitered corners 🙂 Rae Misek’s “Noro Bucket Bag” crocheted with a rosy colored, Noro cotton blend. What a beautiful project bag! More napkins made by Mary Wilke, this time a “Bouquet of Napkins” in red and black for a friend’s wedding dinner! Another of our favorite “bag ladies”, Barbara Snyder made this “Carmel” tote bag. So bright and perfect for Spring! This is so cool! Cynthia Griffin made this fabric take-out box. She’ll use it as a gift box! Dawn Nowak, used a really fun retro vehicle panel to make this wonderful quilt. Love it! Linda Fletcher used the Buggy Barn Stars & Hearts pattern and found just the right fabrics to make this beautiful quilt! Isn’t this a great color combo for a baby blanket? It’s Debbie Bliss Cotton Cashmere and Jo Sharp DK Cotton – purple and cream – and this lovely Chevron Baby Blanket was knitted by Debbie Mitchell Cheryl knitted this super luxurious sock with Anny Blatt’s 100% Cashmere fingering weight yarn. Cheryl used what she calls her “cigarette money” for the yarn – as in, he does and she doesn’t 🙂 Isn’t this hat awesome? It’s the Anenome Hat – a Cat Bordhi Pattern. Carolyn Marcus knitted it with Noro Silk Garden Lite. This lacy, top-down cardigan is the “Low Tide Cardi” knit by Teri Bird with 4-ply Cashcotton from Rowan. Ruth also found fabric to border and finish up this fun, bright quilt!! This ruffle scarf was knitted by Ruth Ross with Tecido Trico. It is a self-ruffling fabric – with holes on the side that you knit in – and voila! a beautiful scarf – this one knitted by and modeled by Ruth Ross! Denise Bachmann loves western fabrics – so with some red and blue prints she whipped up this adorable Cowboy Quilt for a baby! Kelly Pettijohn used Cameo – from Crystal Palace and knit this cranberry colored scarf for her Grand Neice….lovely! Don’t you just want to make one of these “Noro striped scarves”? It is Suanne Gardner’s design – she used 1 skein of Noro Silkgarden Lite and 1 skein of Anny Blatt Merinos in black in a 1 x 1 ribbed pattern. CO31….it’s so cool! This Super 9 Patch was made by Pamela Dittmer. She found the yellow, orange flowers (Kimiko’s Watercolors by Benartex) at Wooden Spools. What a fun quilt! This quilt to be donated to Children’s Hospital was a collaborative effort between Amy Flynn and Kathy Ruppert, with Sally’s help to find the right fabrics to finish it up! Nice work, ladies! This fun bag is made with batik 5″ squares – by Virginia Feld. Adorned with the perfect button from Wooden Spools 🙂 Cindi Scott took Jane Dumler’s Start Quilting Class and THIS IS HER FIRST QUILT! It’s a “Celtic Birthday Quilt” for her son, Andrew’s 25th birthday. Cindi said Jane’s help and inspiration were invaluable….all fabric from WSpls… Cindi – it’s just amazing! …the back is the “Big Block Quilt” pattern – and Gail used the leftover fabrics. Absolutely gorgeous!! This quilt is amazing. It’s a block of the month that has been modified a bit. Gail Spring is it’s creator…..and check out the back ….. Saundra Fowler knitted this fantastic cotton baby blanket with Stacy Charles Cotton Classic. The pattern is “Alpaca Baby Blanket” We sure like it in the bright yellow cotton!! …isn’t it great? It’s a fund raiser item for her Scottish Clan – Clan Donnachaidh of the Rocky Mountains! Alice Woods used Baby Alpaca to crochet this shell stitch shawl – and had the terrific idea of using Tinseltown (a self ruffling ribbon yarn) on the edge! ….It’s a really flattering and fun pattern – and just a gorgeous vest, Virginia! Here’s Virginia with another Weekend Wrap – this one knitted with a brand new yarn from Araucania – “Malipuli”… gorgeous hand dyed colors in a cotton, bamboo, linen and silk blend. …and once again, Brenna gave the back of the quilt a delightful personality of its own….! The other hexagon pattern sympathy quilt that Brenna made is gorgeous in these soft tan, beige and gold colors…. …she did all her own quilting also – and check out this creative back that reads “You are Loved”….absolutely beautiful! Brenna Deutchman made two sympathy quilts for a mother & daughter – both with a hexagon pattern…. ….It’s a fast, easy pattern – and the linen is great for it! Virginia Feld knitted this linen vest – with Claudia Handpainted Linen sport wt. The pattern is “The Weekend Wrap” from CocoKnits….. Tonia Schneider’s daughter picked out all of the fabric for her beautiful “Daisy Star” quilt at Wooden Spools! Pieced and quilted by her talented mother, Tonia! …Sally used Wooden Spools “Logs” (our pre-cut 2 1/2″ strips) to finish off the quilt with a bright binding! This beautiful memory quilt was made for a friend by Sally Black …….. Penny Schaff knitted this reversible cable scarf with Anny Blatt Muguet and Victoria Ribbon carried together…It’s a really fabulous scarf! (oh – and both of those yarns are 60% off right now!!) Amy Bostwick crocheted and felted this wonderful and richly colored bag…She used 4 skeins of Noro Kureyon! So gorgeous, Amy!