Tuesday, February 10, 2009

There are times when you just don't know what to do next so I am doing what I want to do and that is to share all that is going on at the JaM Patch. We spend most of our waking hours here or working on projects at home for it. It is time-consuming but in a fun and wonderful way. This past weekend we spent with such creative groups of people and we are so excited to hear of their village plans. We have some photos to share of these activities and we are really looking forward to next month when we will be start a building, the church in fact. Margy is finishing up today the "One Block Wonder" class. We have some samples to show you as well. The first and second one are done by Rozann. The First one is a Hexagon which she has incorporated cubes into. The second one is an Octagon and has set in triangles and uses a Henry Alexander fabric called "Aruba." The original fabric is in the border. We are testing our new camera and so we hope our pictures will improve.

The third one is a hexagon done in Laurel Burch fabric. It is bright and happy. And finally a wonderful poinsettia Christmas print was used by Jeri. The white flowers weren't working in the main design area, but never fear a quilter can come up with a way to use them. The piece was cut and green fabric was insert and another small quilt section was added. It is stunning in person.

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