Friday, November 20, 2009

Amazing Jo Morton Progress and Finishes

Our Jo Morton Club met last night and everyone had a treat to show and tell. More Warm Wishes components are coming through ~ the above hand appliqued center is Peggy Schaum's, I love the Crimson and Clover line that she through in.

And the Warm Wishes blocks are coming together. I think these were Denise Erdle's (I've lost track, I know Peggy had her red blocks there too).

This beauty is from Sheri Thompson. It was from Jo's Little Women Club 7 (I think it was called Somerset). Sheri quilted it with a beautiful allover feathery design.

If that was not enough, Denise brought in her finished Holiday Inn quilt from JLW Club 8. It was quilted by Jean McDonald of A Touch of Class Quilting in Topeka KS. We all scrutinized it for ideas on quilting our Holiday Inn tops :)

It was just stunning!

Then we got to enjoy some baskets. This little one was also from JLW Club 8. Dawn Burchet machine quilted this one, and added the feathered wreaths with her embroidery machine.

These basket buttons that Dawn found are just adorable on this little quilt.

Val Sanford shared this beautiful basket quilt that she made from a Fig Tree Quilts pattern and fabric line.
It just made you say, "Ahh" when she opened it up!

And finally Barbara Lanore brought in this adorable Eye Spy baby quilt that she made for a new addition to her family in Ireland. We had fun picking our favorites of all of the different fabrics in this little one :)

Our Jo Club won't meet in December, but will be gearing up to start Club 9 in January!

Enjoy the day!
~ Dawn


Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! I just love Jo Morton fabrics.

Messy Karen said...

they are all so beautiful.

Karen said...

Quite an amazing group of quilts. I love the ones with the applique added.

Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims said...

All your Jo quilts are wonderful. Love the colors on the Holiday Inn. Excited to see what club 9 offers.

Elly D said...

Beautiful quilts! I love you blog! I discovered it while blog hopping ;) I love Jo Morton fabrics and patterns and Thimbleberries! and I love pictures ;)

Karen said...

Oh Wow!! They are all simply beautiful!! Thanks for sharing! Looks like you also have a great group of Jo gals!! :0)