Here they are after their public debut folded side-by-side in the hotel lobby.
They both have a purple printed stripe backing. The reproduction is hand quilted, our pattern includes all of the hand quilting lines to quilt it just as the original.
Read more about the quilts HERE and HERE.
Of course we are working on more historically accurate patterns...more on that in another post.
Another event at the AQSG Seminar is the silent auction.
One of my donations this year was a work bag made in the Mill Book AQSG fabric line from Moda.
I based the bag on a vintage one in my collection.
The bag 'plumps' up as you fill it with your projects.
It includes a little clam shell case for small treasures like a thimble. I've been making a few of these.
There is also a shell thread ring.
The new AQSG Fabric line is called CIRCA 1825, by In The Beginning Fabrics.
You can get the free to use patterns and fabric line details HERE.
Ask your local quilt shop to be sure and order it.
I had someone ask me recently how much free stuff I get blogging, and the answer is ZERO. I have a small blog, write for myself and what I personally like.
No free products come here!
The benefit for me has been connecting with friends.
Many great prints in the line.
LOVE the detail in these.
A portion of the sales for this line go to the American Quilt Study Group.
We saw the samples at seminar.
Have a great week!
We are enjoying quiet evenings by the fire.