We had a fairly big crowd at our meeting last night with lots of show and tell.
Cynthia has been busy cleaning out her sewing room and the meals on wheels program has her to thank for that.
Eileen shows off her sweet Penguin party
Our mystery model shows a guild quilt .. no home for this beauty yet.
Vivian shows off a sweet baby quilt
June has worked very hard at making this lovely quilt
Luann with a scrappy economy block quilt
And a second ....
I was busy stash busting making an I-Spy with our Simple Bricks pattern from the new quilters workshop
More from Cynthia
Here is one of our new members with her Simple Bricks in batiks
Donna has also been stash busting
Cynthia popping up again ....
Mystery model again ... this comfort quilt doesn't have a dedicated home just yet
Oh ... hello master placemat maker
I'll make 100 of these sweet quilts before you know it!
Lynn always wows us .. this quilt is made with traditional Japanese fabrics. Everyday kimonos are usually muted, low volume pieces.
Another new quilter models her masterpiece. These ladies should be very proud of themselves ...they cut, pieced, quilted and bound their projects all on their own. Start to finish completed in no time! My first quilt was not this nice.
Vivian was away to Equador and had some textiles to show and tell.
Well .. hello again Cynthia ...
Hello again Sheri .....
Linda will have a happy great grand child when he recieves this wonderful gift.
Oh yes ... more placemats for meals on wheels!
Sandra totally planned to match her quilt ... this guild scrap quilt is called "It's not easy being green"
Audrey took us through a demonstration on mitred borders. I'm sorry I don't have any photos of it ... I was too amazed at the process to take good pictures of it!
Members that return next meeting with a placemat made with mitred corners will recieve a So Fine thread from me (max 5!) Let's see who's up to the challenge! (and how much money you put in your swear jar!)
Until next time ....