This little table runner and the apple quilt below were made by another co-worker, Sharon.
I love this apple quilt! I’ve seen this pattern in all red apples before but I love how Sharon threw in a few Granny Smiths and Golden Delicious apples too. (Sharon has a great eye for color.) I think the added colors totally make the quilt. And it makes me hungry.
Here is a close-up of this little sampler quilt made with April Cornell’s Poetry line. The blocks were all beautifully pieced. I am embarrassed that I didn’t get the name of the maker on this quilt (or on most of them. I hate for these women not to get the recognition they deserve.)
This gem was made by Mindy Johnston (Amy McClellan’s daughter) out of reproduction prints. I love how the blocks are all the same pattern, but all look different because of the variety of colors used and where the fabric is placed.
(Recognize the turquoise sandals?)
If you want to see more pictures, you can check Amy McClellan’s new American Quilting Blog!