What a wonderful group of ladies at St. Paul Lutheran Church (Maryville, TN)! The Comfort Quilters has taken on another mission. They just sent off this group of nine little quilts to a Pediatric Hospice Group in Orinda, CA. We hope that these quilts will bring a measure of love and comfort to the children… Continue reading Comfort Quilters Take on New Mission
It is morning and I am fresh . Yes!!…..I did it here is the rough turned bowl. Now for a 3 month wait to finish this project. Have a wonderful day, everyone. I know I will now.
Heinz Lips spent the better part of a day shaping the inside of his bowl. These shavings are the 2nd pile he created while doing this process. The bowl is now rough turned and will dry for about 3 months. At that time he will fine tune the shaping and then the polishing process begins. … Continue reading Shaping the bowl
I thought it would be fund to document the process Heinz goes through to make a wooden bowl. (Remember that his wood items are also featured on The Quilt Haus) This is a very large piece of wood that he has and he has already cut the circle out on his band saw. (I didn’t… Continue reading Making a very large wood bowl
I’ve been very busy posting items on ETSY (www.thequilthaus.com) and also on Scott’s Market Place (https://www.scottsmarketplace.com/store/thequilthaus).. Check them out! More to come but now I must get back to long-arm quilting for a client. Here is a picture of one of my new little quilts – so cute with the snowmen and hats!
Here are a couple of pictures of our Open House last week. Now begins the task of listing the remaining items on our ETSY site (www.thequilthaus.com). We will be adding items each day for the next little while so please stop by often and check out what is new.
It is fall color time in Pennsylvania! But. I wouldn’t make a trip to visit Kathy without . . . quilting! Here is our first top, using a Moda jelly roll, and a jazzed up strip pattern. I’ll add another picture after it is quilted 🙂