Monday, June 8, 2009

Quilts Etc.

While I was visiting in Salt Lake last weekend I went into Quilts, Etc. with my girlfriend Pam. She does their Block of the Month the first Saturday every of every month at 7:30am. Quilts, Etc. has so many people taking their BOM that they schedule classes all day Saturday, and extend on into Monday and Tuesday. A very popular program that has been going on for years. I used to take this class every year when I lived in the area and I miss being part of the fun.

I purchased the pattern "Bewitching" by The Quilted Fish, a local Utah designer.
Amanda Herring doesn't have a web site, but she does have a blog where you can order her patterns.

She said she didn't use any Halloween fabrics in this quilt.

I love the spider web quilting and especially the funky buttons on the hats. I purchased some buttons while I was there, although I may mix them with some Halloween covered buttons too.

There were some fun quilts around the store.

Isn't this a fun border?

They were out of this pattern, but it sure made me think of the teapot exchange.
A lovely quilt poem.
Pat is the owner of Quilts, Etc. and does a great job with the block of the month. The blocks this year are centered around a country. Pat gives the history of the country and gives little know facts about the area.
Then it was time for show and tell from the audience.
A wedding quilt for the presenter who was getting married in a week.
This was from a free pattern that Quilts gave out the month before.
I always enjoy going into Quilts, etc. and try and drop by as often as I can when I am in town.


dotti white said...

That must have been super fun to go and share with friends that you have done projects with before. The quilt shop looks so fun--I am so excited for our upcoming shop hop so that I can take in a variety of quilt shops charms. Have a great week!

Abby and Stephanie said...

Love the clever spiderweb quilting. You always have lots of beautiful projects and quilts to share.

Sherri said...

I love Quilts, Etc. It was the first shop I ever visited up there! It was almost overwhelming the amount of fabric they had!

Calamity Jane's Cottage, Bonnie said...

Bewitching is such a cute quilt and I really enjoyed show and tell.
Nedra the wedding was beautiful in your post below. You live in an area that is so pretty.
Keep Stitchen'

Material Mary said...

Quilts Etc is a great little quilt store, actually an unusual one that takes up two stores. I enjoy going in there.

Kim Walus said...

You won't believe how close we were to running into each other. How funny! I was there on Saturday with my friend Nanette. We got there sometime before 12 noon and we were there for at least an hour and a half. I'm sooo sorry I missed seeing you! I was looking at the pictures thinking these quilts look familiar and then as I was reading I realized, hey, I was there!!!!

Kim Walus said...

I wrote Nanette but I meant Rae Ann. I've been conversing with Nanette today too! It's late and I'm a little tired. I was up reading until 3am last night. I should go to bed now. Yawn! zzzzzz!

Joanna said...

Quilts etc is amazing - I have never seen so much fabric in one place!!!

Nanette Merrill said...

I could seriously stop what I'm doing this moment and run to Quilts to make some of those projects. They are all really wonderful. I don't get up there enough.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for posting the picture of my Bewitching quilt! I hope you enjoy making it. Let me know if you have any questions!