Monday, May 11, 2009

Team Work

The teachers at my former school that quilt and I have gotten together and made quilts for staff who have retired. When I was still there at school we made this quilt for the health clerk, Lee. She loves things Asian. This pattern is called Rolling Pins by Me and My Sister Designs (Pictured from left to right, Debbie, Mary, Marsha and I)


Now we are working on two quilts for future retirees. One will be posted later but for now here is Mike's. Mike teaches social studies and language arts. He is a tough but loved teacher. He works the local Renaissance Fair every spring, loves his cats and is Irish by heritage. The design is a joint effort.


We are still assembling the parts. Marsha and Debbie did these cats.


Mary pieced the calico and I machine appliqued the Tutor Rose.


I also hand appliqued the Celtic Knots. The quilt needs to be finished by the end of May so we are pushing hard. Tonight we add the borders and then it's up to Marsha and I to sandwich and machine quilt.

4 comments:

BUMBLE BEANS said...

wow! what amazing projects! I'm inspired to try something things a little more difficult! the celtic knots are wonderful!

Carol said...

You girls are doing yourselves proud with those projects. I am sure the recipients will be overwhelmed with the beautiful gifts.

Karen said...

Two things I love...Asian and Irish. Your celtic knot is beautiful. One day I will make one.

Feedsack Fantasy said...

Love anything celtic ... lovely.
TTFN ~ Marydon
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