Little Blue Lamb was just finished for my Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative piece for November. I keep rolling along with the Quilt-A-Month club. This piece was started in Jude Hill's Patchwork Beasts class in September 2010. A little more stitching, some batting, a backing and a facing and it's done. I like using my old class samples for this sort of thing.
I realized a few days ago that I don't have a photo of my October AAQI quilt. I thought I had taken one, but can't find it anywhere. The photo isn't up at AAQI yet, but you can keep track of it here if you like. Tulip Fields started with the class sample below, from a workshop that Jean Wells did for our guild last month. She gave us most of the fabrics you see below to use for experimentation and said that they weren't a very good palette. That was enough of a challenge for me to make it work. I added some extra bits and even more when I did some applique and stitching. This one should be up in the next week or so.
Right now, the AAQI people are at the International Quilt Festival in Houston doing an amazing job at selling some 1500 mini quilts for AAQI! I have 4 quilts there as far as I can tell and 2 have sold so far. Nine Daisies and Through the Window I have sold! Zoom and High Desert Sun are still available at last count. Over $20,000 has been made at the festival so far!