The first two photos shew here with her latest bag, the Ellipse Bag, designed by Brenda Miller from Among Brenda's Quilts.
The class that the took was taught by the designer herself. The only thing mom would change is a longer strap if you were wanting to wear it across the body.Karen Griska at the Selvedge blog. Some of the strips didn't have printing on the edge, instead of discarding them, she used colourful thread and machine stitched a row of fancy stitches.
Cornerstone Quilts. The owner started a regular Thursday group and they work on various patterns by Edyta. Currently they are working toward their first Laundry Baskets inshop quilt show.
The blocks are all finished for this Bonnie Hunter mystery from a current magazine.
Another set of blocks from a pattern by Edyta, those these are still in the works.
This disappearing 4 patch is a left over from a quilt that is currently being displayed at the London Fall Fair in London, Ontario. Sorry, no picture of the quilt, but I will update once she gets if back.
The tumbler quilt was also inspired by a pattern from Laundry Basket Quilts, though she used a template from Marti Michell. I'm surprised at how quickly this went together as I only gave her the template at mother's day.
Bargello has in been in progress for quite some time and has been put aside for way too long. Now that she's been reminded of it, she is intent to get back at it this winter. pattern unknown.
These half square triangles are the basis for her next bag. An update from Elaine earlier in the week tells me that the blocks are all sewn together and waiting the next step. I'll add photos next time I see it.
Thanks for joining me for a peek into my mom's sewing room.