Gail's Stepping Stones (pattern by Judy Niemeyer), and might I mention, Gail is a meticulous piecer!
Next was Nancy's "Taxi Quilt" (pattern by Heidi Pridemore for Timeless Treasures) - the original pattern was done in yellows and grays -- I absolutely LOVE Nancy's version, and was quite tempted to tell her NOT to pick up her quilt! Good thing she's one of my besties and this was a gift for her son...
Then on to Joan's "Sharman's Vintage Garden" (pattern by Jenny and Simon Haskins) - this quilt gave me a little bit of trouble with skipping stitches on some of the satin/silk blocks -- actually my machine had the problem, I had the headache -- all turned out well (it only slowed me down a little) and it looks beautiful!
Barbara pieced this cute sampler (from Fons & Porter 1999, I believe) -- and I quilted it, no, not in time for Christmas, but in plenty of time for the show!
Next up was Betty's "Texas" quilt -- the follow up to her amazing "Oklahoma" quilt. This quilt
Sorry, the "Oklahoma" quilt was pre-blog, but if you'd really, really, really like to see it, it will be at the PSL Crazy Quilters show in February -- maybe you should attend, actually a lot of the quilts I quilt will be there, along we a few of my own!
And the final quilt for 2011... Mary Lou's watercolor Triple Irish Chain - a beauty, if I do say so myself!
So there you have it, my crazy, insane, you've-got-to-be-kidding-me last few weeks of 2011. And it's taken me a full week of 2012 to tell you about them... pfffttt... hoping that's not a forewarning of how 2012 is going to play out!