I won't have any pictures of quilts I have quilted for a while - it will be a couple of weeks before my new Innova arrives. These are pictures from my small group, we don't have an official name - we just call ourselves the Little Sewing Group. When I first moved here these ladies invited me to join them twice a month. We don't all quilt, some are knitters, or crocheters or embroiderers, but it's a good excuse to get together to sew and eat and talk.
At our last meeting Evelyn showed us how to make a Disappearing Nine-Patch block. It's really fast and easy (even I can piece this!), you make a nine patch, cut it into quarters, move a couple of the pieces 180 degrees and sew it back together. We met again today and got to see the finished projects. Although we all made the same block, it's amazing how different they look in different fabrics and different sizes.
Up above is Betty's project - she is obviously an over-achiever since she was the only one to make something bigger than a table runner.
I only had enough of the Japanese fabric to make two blocks, so I made a short table runner.
Kelly made three blocks in three different sizes. I couldn't get the third picture to go where I wanted it to, so here are two of them.
Dee made a Halloween runner.
Evelyn, who showed us the block, finished two table runners.