The drooling continues as Bonnie Hunter continued to pull out more and more quilts she has designed and quilted herself. This lady is AMAZING. By the way, she is only one year older than I am and I'm trying to figure out how she is able to accomplish so much and I can't!! :):)
Just take a look at these quilts.......
|Hawk's Nest from her book: Scraps & Shirttails II|
|Rectangle Wrangle from her book: Scraps & Shirttails II|
|Zuckerwatte (aka Cotton Candy) from her book: String Fling|
Normally, we just think of the front/top of our quilts....but I just had to show you what the back of the pink quilt looks like. Bonnie explained that she used up a stack of her extra, odd quilt blocks that she has accomulated over the years to make the backing.....can you believe this....I just about fell out of my chair when the ladies turned this quilt around....
|Back side of pink quilt called Zuckerwatte|
|Jamestown Landing from her book: String Fling|
|Santa Fe String Star from her book: String Fling|
|Blue Skies from her book: String Fling|
This next and last photo for today's post is a quilt top that Bonnie shared with the group that is still a work in progress. This is something that she keeps in her bag and works on as she flies from workshop to workshop, etc....completely done by hand. She has already been working on it for several years and now has only the bottom section left to complete.
Once again my mouth dropped open...but at the same time my head was thinking.... "Ain't no way!!! Ain't no way!!!! Ain't no way!!!!"
|Hand-sewn Hexies in progress|
Stop in again for the continuing saga of my Bonnie Hunter Quilting Workshop adventure!