Rheta's granddaughter has a new,
adorable spring dress.
Sherry enjoyed piecing her quilt. 
Neva took this table runner class in November and proudly shared the
finished project.
Kay shared her baby blanket with us.
Judy made this play mat for a
special little boy to enjoy.
Glenda took the Hexagon bag and Mess Pack Back classes last month.
Shirley shared her Herbs and Spices
place mats.  Kits available.
Nancy is getting a jump on
Easter decorating.
Karla shared a beautiful redwork
snowman quilt.
Lillie Jo shared her Bag Everything bag.

Sherry made a t-shirt quilt from 

family of reunion quilts.

Kay and Ellen participated in a

'sit and sew' and share their creations.

Michelle made her pillow with

 a nature quilting group.

Maeola finished her purse from the

class she took last month.

Barbara enjoying the log cabin

piecing in this wall hanging.

Marcia constructed her fleece quilt

 from her Iowa home state fabric.

Karla enjoyed making this chevron
gray and pink baby quilt for a
new mom in her church.
Becky made her fabric bowl in class
and is enjoying it on her table.
Barbara embroidered her sweatshirt.
Judy shares her first project sewn and embroidered on her new 730 BERNINA.
Nancy shares her holiday wall hangings.
Bettye shares her completed fall wall hanging.  'Completed' is always a good feeling for a quilter!
Patty embroidered holiday moose onto ready-made towels for a custom gift.
Lindie is using her creativity to create one-of-a-kind blouses for her "Swankie Stitches" business.
Martha is adding to granddaughter, Grayson's, holiday wardrobe.
Jonny is knitting winter caps for little girls to add to her church's Christmas boxes that will be shipped around the world.
Judy shares a jacket that she embroidered then constructed.  A lady in the group said "you just HAD to have purchased that beautiful jacket!"
Sherry is very pleased with her pillowcase.
Michelle took the Beach Tote class and is very happy with her completed project.
Barbara shares a delightful project she made with her 9-year old granddaughter.  Her husband constructed the doll bed, then Barbara and granddaughter went to work making bedding, complete with a dust ruffle, and doll clothing. 
Winnie shows a dish cover she received as a gift as inspiration for the class to recreate with their embroidery machines.
Barbara made this beautiful embroidered Christmas tree skirt.  When asked who gets it, she said, "This is MINE!"
Martha Ann used the Lil Twister tool to create this happy snowman wall quilt.
Lynda cut off jeans and added a chevron cuff for stylish capri pants.
Joyce used the Buggy Barn technique
to make her Funky Chickens quilt.
Lori enjoyed constructing her
 t-shirt sorority quilt.
Johnny shared a super soft crocheted
baby blanket.
Maeola has a son living in Alabama, so of course he needed an Arkansas quilt!
Michelle took the Ocean Frolic class in January and shared the finished quilt top.
Jackie made this diaper bag while waiting
for her great grandbaby to arrive.
Avis has been busy crocheting several baby blankets during January and February.  She is almost caught up with her baby gifts.
JoBeth shared her first quilt that she
quilted herself.  She loves using her
830 Bernina machine.
Mary enjoyed making her Mangia Chef place mats, apron and hot pads.
Lyn embroidered the chocolate bunny onto the onsie and embellished it with built in designs on her Bernina machine.
Winnie took the Twisted Table Runner last year and finished her project recently.
Making a bag from hexagons last month
in class was fun said Bettye.
Patsy enjoys her new jacket.

Rheda enjoyed making her

granddaughter new outfits.

Neva took the Hexagon Table

Runner class in January. 

She is very pleased with her creation.

Shirley completed her Winter Chickadee place mats with coordinating hot pads.

Lenice shares an outfit made for her granddaughter.

Nancy made this table runner

for a wedding gift.

Lillie Jo, Glenda, Becky and Karla

took the 'Give Thanks' class in January

to learn to use the TAP (Transfer Artist Paper) artistic paper.

Marcia finally found fabric to match her Christmas dishes.  She now has cloth napkins to complete her holiday table.
Lenice embroidered holiday
cardinals on her shirt.
Mary Ruth was creative with
her stash to create this fun quilt.
Glenda completed her Christmas
wall hanging in class last month.
Mary has completed her newest holiday decorating projects and shares them with the help of her friend, Miriam.
Angie participated in the Race for the Cure run and made a cozy fleece throw and matching scarf from pink ribbon fleece.
Pat made one place mat in class
and then completed her set at home. 
She enjoyed the different looks
from various placements of the sun rays
in the pattern.
Avis is very proud of her completed embroidered wall hanging. 
Jackie used the Bijou Traveler Tote
pattern to make a Dr. Seuss diaper
bag for her grandson.
Rheda made a Christmas stocking for
her granddaughter from burlap and
pretty lace that never made it onto a dress.
Karla enjoyed sewing out the Layered Leaves embroidery designs from Embroidery Design Studio.
Rheda made a special outfit for a little Hog fan.  We have Razorback fabric, including the newest camo pattern.
Lindie continues to surprise us with her creative outfits for 7-year daughter, Hannah.  She starts with a basic pattern then adds different ideas she sees to create amazing outfits.
Avis made the table runner in class
using  the Lil Twister ruler.  "I enjoyed the technique so much that I made another table runner and matching place mats."
Sabrina made a room banner for her second grandchild, a girl, expected to arrive next month.
Bettye shares the quilted project
she made in the Four Patch Posie
class earlier in the year.
The ladies from Carlisle shared creations from their Throw Ministry.  Prior to passing away from cancer this summer, Mary's husband was comforted by a throw she made for him where she had embroidered a scripture on the back.  This inspired the group to use their quilting and embroidery skills to comfort other cancer patients.  Note how they piece a cross with scripture in the center for the backing.
Mary Ruth has been very busy
filling requests from her 13 granddaughters who want the trendy embroidered pockets on t-shirts.

TIP:
  Interface back of pocket with tricot or Shapeflex to give it body without stiffness.
Martha is preparing for Christmas with napkins folded into Christmas trees.
Faye is very proud of her
first sewing project!
Lynda turned her designs from the Two-Faced Tote class into pillows.