Kevin Riter (www.KritterKrafty.etsy.com) shows off another fun apron – this one a reversible chef apron! Tammy found a nice collection of 30’s fabric for this great lap quilt! Louise G made this wonderful tote bag for a friend to use as a knitting bag! Neil Quines knitted these ADORABLE “Dino Baby Booties” with “Babe” Dark Horse “Beautiful” ladder yarn – 5 strands of single chain crochet – fastened together with a barrel bead to adjust the length – and voila! Tricia Carter crocheted these fun accessories! Wendy Bogen has been on an afghan-knitting roll! Here’s her latest – just gorgeous in a variegated green Dark Horse Yarn Fantasy …and it’s hand quilted! (Thanks Jane Dumler, for teaching hand-quilting!) We LOVE this great quilt that Barbara made – and she’s a beginner…. Brenna Deutchman made this cool iPad cover! This adorable sweater is a pattern from Sublime “Stripey Noah – bk 665” and Sheila Sanchez knitted it with Kraemer Yarn’s Tatamy Tweed – DK wt. a cotton/acrylic blend that you can machine wash & dry! Barb Snyder made this cool bag: The pattern is “Cut to Fit Fabric Tote” What a sweet child’s apron – made by Cheryl Coleman Fun and Bright table runner and placemats made by Brenna Deutchman Mary Holt found all of the fabric for this amazing king-size quilt – her own design, a wedding gift for her daughter & son-in-law! This creative Christmas Candle wall hanging was made by Louise Hoeglund! Barb Gardner’s version of the super popular Bubble Hat (free on Ravelry) knitted with Noro Kureyon – and an awesome pom pom on top! Marcia’s special version of the Wooden Spools Tote (she saves 10% every time she shops with it!) Another of Kevin’s great aprons – this one is “Funny Farm Pigs” – find more on etsy – kritterkrafty.etsy.com Louise Guillaudeu found the perfect button for this bag that was custom designed for a friend who’s writing a book about King Tut! Nancy made this fabulous Aspen Gold Bargello! This BEAUTY is Marcia Koester’s “Butterfly Garden”. Isn’t is gorgeous? It’s done with a jelly roll – and with raw edge applique. Brenda Nickells shows off 5 different mesh/fabric “Tote & Go” bags! Kimberly Nichols made this scarf with 1 skein of Araucania Malipulli. The pattern is “Holding Hands/Feeding Ducks” – a free download on Ravelry Sara Frederickson made this wonderful Picnic Blanket with lots of fabric found at WS! Kevin Ritter made this great Farm House Apron with fabric he found at Wooden Spools – check out Kevin’s other fun designs on ETSY – “Kritter Krafty” This “Beautiful” fiber scarf was knitted on a loom! Angelina Onofrio is its creator! …and ANOTHER of Barb Snyder’s fantastic bags! Super-knitter Carol knitted this terrific top with Alchemy’s Pagoda – 100% pure silk….dreamy 🙂 A fun tote bag made with batik charms … made by Joann Taillon Renee and Nita Calkum made this version of the popular ladder yarn necklaces – made with Dark Horse Yarn’s “Beautiful” – DeLynn made this great Yellow Brick Road baby quilt! Such fun fabric! Janette Martinez made this fun mesh bag! Love it! …and check out the embellishment she did with crystals! Louise Hoeglund’s Fall Wall Hanging – made with panels and backing from WS! Carlotta is the creator of this fantastic “Pineapple Kokopelli” LOVE this whimsical quilt that Marcia Koester made – Wow! or should I say Bow Wow!!! sorry 🙁 Patti Nix was stocking up on zippers (can’t beat our 99 cent price tag on them) to make more of her awesome zipper bags! Our own Peggy Supplee made this fabulous baby quilt! What a fun “Sliced 9 Patch” table topper that Darcy C. made! Barb Snyder (another favorite Bag Lady) and her latest creation from Wooden Spools fabric!! Louise Guillaudeu – one of our favorite “bag ladies” shows off a new tote bag made from a panel (and the lining fabric) she found here at Wooden Spools! This lovely “Flower Garden” was crocheted by Karen Williamson – she used Anny Blatt Muguet …and look how fun the back is! Karen Robinette made this purple 9-patch & snowball quilt for her grand-daughter’s (who LOVES purple) 13th birthday! Pat Armstrong got the last of the Tahki Cotton Classic from our close-out corner to knit this great market bag! …..she used Art Yarn’s Ultra Merino 6! A lovely Infinity Scarf/Cowl crocheted by Amy Bostwick….. Another set of Mary Wilke’s mix and match napkins! ….a bright, warm shawl!! Rae Misek combined Jaeger, Laura, Iron Horse, Ritual Silk Chenille and others to make another of her signature pieces…. Paula made this Star Patriotic quilt with leftover strips from another patriotic mini star quilt! …and how bout that back side? “Abbey Lights” made with all stash batiks by Gail Spring…. ….and how ’bout the reverse side? A Medallion of on-point class blocks. Very cool! Wow – this stash-busting String Quilt was made by Gail Spring…. Neil Quines knitted this cool hat with “Babe” It swirls to a common point — and guess what, free download on Ravelry “Swirl Hat” …and look at the fun back! LOVE this Fish Quilt that Sue Harper made – she found a great ombre fabric for the water plus lots of FQ’s for the fish!….. One of the many, marvelous mesh “Tote & Go” bags that Sue Briggs has made! Carol Green used 10 different fabrics to put together this fun pumpkin table runner! This wonderful “Basketweave” quilt was made with green and purple floral prints by the talented Mary Olson …and the result! a gorgeous! 56″ scarf for her grand-daughter! Adrienne Young knitted this scarf with Wink (long eyelash yarn) alongside a thick multicolor cotton….. Mary Wilke has added a new item to her hobby/business – reversible placemats and mix and match napkin sets! So elegant! This Butterfly Scarf was knitted by Elena Tucker with Kid Lin Lace Weight yarn in “Rose” These adorable gift bags were also made by Gail Fabulous Pot Holders made by Gail Spring!