Shauna Skaff’s “Man Cave Quilt” (#2) Sarah Caston made this wonderful baby size elephant quilt – and in addition to the Kona Snow and pink binding – look at the perfect backing fabric she found ……… …Vickie made hers with Anny Blatt 100% Cashmere – fingering weight. …. so perfect – What an adorable quilt! Vickie Jones got us all going on making “Color Affection” (available on Ravelry)…. One of the many Tote & Go bags Sue Briggs has made with mesh and fabric from Wooden Spools! The Tahoe Tote (Pink Sand Beach Designs pattern) made by Louise Guillaudeu. Alice Woods crocheted this cool scarf with Circulo Tecido Rendado Trico scarf yarn! Believe it or not – this is Betsy Klyber’s sampler quilt from Jane Dumler’s beginning quilting class…every piece of fabric from Wooden Spools. Beautiful work, Betsy! Carol Wray knitted this Triangle in a Triangle Shawl (Iris Schreier pattern) with Louet Kidlin lace weight yarn. It’s knit from side to side! Evelyn Simpson whipped up this Jelly Roll Race Quilt with patriotic fabric! Brooke Durland found some fun Jungle Animals fabric to make this great baby quilt! Judy Pearce finished up her Settler’s Star (Jessica Vaughn class) with bubble dot backing fabric and border print stripe fabric. Very nice! …Sharon added machine embroidery to the mesh!!! Sharon Osborne and one of the many cool mesh bags she’s made! Gail Spring made this wonderful “Harvest” throw quilt. Love the colors! The talented Tracy Kreiling made this fabulous version of Dresden Plate ..it has a lot of his favorite parks in it! We found National Park fabric for JaNelle Erickson – and she made this amazing quilt for her future son-in-law – the archeologist for Petrified Nat’l Park Helen Onofrio calls these necklaces “Faux Glass Fiber” and the DO sparkle! – made with Dark Horse Yarn’s “Beautiful” ladder yarn Helen also makes wonderful decorative scarves with “Beautiful”! Great bag – great batik – great work, Marcia Koester! Marcia’s finished “Itty Bitty Nines” – from a Jessica Vaughn class – great way to make use of a large print! Kay Sees used some of our Noro cotton close-out yarn to knit this Infinity Scarf with a twist! Our own Taffy Rossie’s Color Affection Shawl (pattern on Ravelry) She used 2 colors of Anny Blatt 100% Cashmere – fingering wt – and one Araucania Ruca Solid (viscose from sugar cane) – ooh la la – luxurious! Another mini quilt from Linda Rhodes – this little star quilt is only about 8 x 16″! Isn’t this mini-quilt amazing? It’s probably 24 x 18″ – made by (who else?) Linda Rhodes! …and here’s Sheri with “Calipuss”….so cute Pretty darn cute little “Avacato” made by Sheri Whala This bright, fun quilt is “Adrian’s Star” made by Kathy Osborn …and at the center of each star is the adorable monster fabric from Wooden Spools! Wow. Marcia Koester’s finished star quilt from Jane Dumler’s “Simply Stars” class…yup, I think we need a repeat of this class, Jane. Linda Riedel knitted up these 3 “Hats for Homeless”. She used Dark Horse Yarn’s “Fantasy” This bag is “Oceanside” designed by A Quilter’s Dream: 6 Pack Bag Collection…made by one of our favorite “bag ladies” – Louise Guillaudeu Another of our favorite bag ladies, Barb Snyder made these small accessory bags: Atkinson Cash & Carry pattern. Shauna Skaff is a relatively new quilter! You’d never know it based on this Attic Windows quilt with winter animals – and she quilted it herself!!! Who doesn’t want a little elegance in their bedding? Mary Wilke made these pillowcases for just that touch of elegance! Karen Williamson made up this adorable paw print coin purse from scraps! This “Leftovers” quilt is Marcia Koester’s. LOVE IT! Brenda Nickells made this “Web of Hope” quilt for Hands All Around with 2 packs of 1/2 yard cuts she found at Wooden Spools….It’s great! Adrienne Bryant made this Yellow Brick Road quilt to give to the family of a colleague who passed away. Judy Cullen made this “Settler’s Star” in a Jessica Vaughn class – and found the paisley border, sashing and backing she needed to finish it! This appliqued dog embellishment is the lid for a special box – made by Karen Williamson This bag is Louise’s own design – it started with the lining fabric because she loved it, and then found the rest at WS’s later! Christine Hanlon’s Strip Quilt – it’s a baby quilt and has really cool horizontal quilting! Candy Scott found fabric for this very cleverly made bulletin board – then added banding, vintage buttons and some old ribbons! Wonderful Rag Quilt with pink and brown and floral flannels – made by Marilyn Smith It’s a MUG BUCKET! Cup catch all by Buckets Gone Wild – holds pencils, scissors, pens, etc. Pearl Reuter made it! Another of Pearl’s creations – adult bibs! I want to be in this quilt! “Beach Living” – the pattern is “Little Grass Shack” – made by Linda Starkey! Isn’t it a great pattern? With Kureyon, all you need is a simple pattern to show off the colors! Carolyn Clasen shows off (as she should!) the basic Noro Pullover made with Kureyon… After Marcia Koester made a Christmas Pickle quilt in fall colors – she decided she needed a pickle colored Christmas pickle – and here it is! All we can say is WOW! This is the “Juliet” bag – a “Me and My Sister” Pattern – made by Tracy Kreiling. It’s super easy, says Tracy ! …snazzy pockets inside, too! Louise Guillaudeu designed this tote bag to use a panel that she found here! …so many possibilities. This one is another colorway of the Jojoland Rhythm …it’s gorgeous in Jojoland Rhythm also! The pattern is in the Noro Magazine – Premier Issue Jillian models one of the gorgeous Mobius Cowls she’s knitted – this one with Noro Silk Garden Lite Nancy Roth made this great jacket – it’s a Sew Fun Pattern from Rocky Mountain Sewing Ctr – “Start Before Breakfast – Finish by Lunch” cool, huh? Diggs Wolf makes really great reversible aprons – here’s a sampling of some! Aren’t these Bubble Hats georgous? Katie Wells knitted them with Noro Kureyon. It’s a free pattern on Ravelry.com How cute is this little dress – Sheila Sanchez knitted for her grand daughter? It’s Tecido Trico Abstrato for the ruffles – and cotton on top! Lucy Rognes made this FABULOUS pineapple baby quilt! One of Patti Nix’ awesome knitting bags – she gets her zippers by the dozen! Virginia Feld knitted this fabulous sleveless lace and cable top, with Jo Sharp DK Cotton – it’s soooo soft 🙂 Isn’t it great? She made it as a gift, so thoughtful! The very creative Louise Hoegland made this Pincushion box – yo yo fabric from Wooden Spools! One of Sam’s first crochet projects! Nice work, Sam – she used Dark Horse Yarn’s Fantasy. This lovely quilt was made by Lucy Rognes – the block is from Quiltmaker’s 1st Edition of 100 blocks – set in a Circle of 9 Pattern. The fabric is Susie Johnson’s “Garden Medley”. “Halfmoon Bay” is the name of this Tote made by Barbara Snyder Kimberly knitted the Ilene Bag (a free Ravelry download) with Araucania “Lontue” – and we all loved it – makes a smaller version of the bag than the hand painted sport wt. linen we were all using! Lontue is a great cotton/linen blend! Jojoland’s Rhythm has long color runs – like Noro Kureyon – this one in neutrals…it’s a DK/lt worsted weight – only $3.99 per ball (110 yards) 100% wool! Marti Morris knitted this wonderful, warm shawl with Jojoland’s Rhythm! – one of our most popular close-out yarns! …and matching booties!!! Kendra Goodin LOVED working with Katmandu Chunky to make this wonderful baby blanket…. Love this wonky 9-patch made by Layne Quiring with fat quarters of blues and greens she found! From the book “Block Party” Kathie Anderson made this wonderful green and pink pieced hearts quilt – pattern by Stargazy! More of Patti Nix’s great vinyl zippered bags for knitting projects. I’d like to place an order, Patti 🙂 Fran Freese got a Moda Charm pack and also a Layer Cake that she used for this modified Jigsaw pattern she found in a Jelly Roll book. One of her very first quilts! WOW! Another of the large “Tote and Go” bags made by Marilyn Paelucci – love the fabric straps on this one! The large version of the Tote & Go Bag – mesh, pattern from Wooden Spools! Made by Marilyn Paelucci “Middle Farm Square” An adorable baby quilt for a grand-nephew – made by Mary Olson. I really liked the pin cushion box Louise Hoegland shared with us – so look at what she surprised us with?? A custom Wooden Spools mini-sewing table…complete with Wooden Spool legs – painted with a custom blend of paint to match our special tealy-blue :-))) Thank you Louise! Remember the yarn grab bags from our Sidewalk Sale? Sheila Sanchez knitted up this great triangle shawl of color and texture using the bag she picked up! Sheila Sanchez knitted this gorgeous cardigan with Blue Heron Beaded Rayon that she bought from us shortly after we opened! Mary Olson made this GORGEOUS quilt. The pattern is “Natural Beauty” She got the batting and the purples here! Really LOVE this orange bag that Louise Guillaudeu made…she loved the button she found here – and made the bag to go with it! Kimberly Nichols shows off the super sweet “Hello Kitty” hat she crocheted with Dark Horse and Babe yarns…it’s a mix of free Ravelry patterns. Avis Dupree made this fantastic “Melanie Bag” – Pat Minich pattern with batiks from Wooden Spools – it’s sooo nice – should bring a nice $$ at the silent auction she made it for! Cheryl Rathke calls this “Little Man” from “Simplify by Camille Roskelley. She made 3 baby quilts for triplets! 🙂 Taffy just made this pattern up using plaids and homespuns – it’s for her grandson – and the back is just as cool as the top! Carol Wray used Louet Gems fingering wt. to knit this “Sea Side Shawlette” with butterfly motifs and an eyelet scalloped edge Louise Hoegland made this colorful wild bird wall hanging! Holly made this cool scarf for her Mom – Her first experience with eyelash yarn! Gail Spring made this wonderful “Fractions Floral” quilt – Fabric Trends pattern! BEAUTIFUL socks knitted with Noro Silk Garden Sock (#268) by Jane Asper …and LOVE the striped binding! Isn’t this Jelly Roll Race quilt terrific! Beth Farr made it for her grandson …. ….isn’t this yarn gorgeous? It’s Jojoland’s Rhythm. Marguerite LOVED working with it! Marguerite Kelsey knitted this “Kathleen” sweater from the book Seamless Knits for her adorable granddaughter…. Karen Williams knitted this BUBBLE HAT with Lana Loft – from Lamb’s Pride…love it in the solid color! A trio of seasonal table runners with embroidery made by Sue Ferguson…wow, didn’t you just pick out that fabric last week? Nice work Sue! Louise Guillaudeu made this great baby quilt by re-working a kit “Treasures of the Deep” designed by Marinda Stewart. Jane Miller designed and made this fabulous piece for a color class – yellow greens & yellow oranges overlaid with thick appliqued vines in deep violet. It’s wonderful!