Here are some of the highlights from the January’s Show & Tell and program. So many beautiful quilts were shared this month. Elsie Gaber discussed the “Be a Buddy, not a Bully” program for Rotary and we all turned in the blocks we’d made for her for that quilt. Next month she’ll have the quilt top ready to share.
Shelly Pagliai and Barb Bevell had a combined program. Barb showed how to make a Cathedral Window Rag Quilt and discussed what worked and what didn’t work when making that quilt. Shelly talked about her blog and the different Challenges that she is hosting this year, including The 350 Blocks Challenge, The Creativity Design Challenge, her Organization Challenge, and her Studio Organizing Challenge. They both talked about how they organize their quilting records and use their journals. For more information on Shelly’s Challenges, please go to Shelly’s website Prariemoonquilts.com.
Check out Marsha Yahl’s stunning quilt!
Joan Harrison has several quilts to share.
Here’s number 2 for Joan.
And look at this darling lighthouse quilt by Joan.
Andrea O’Brien’s purple beauty!
Andrea tells the story behind this Veteran’s quilt.
Liz Mills was busy this month!
Love the colors in this one, Liz.
This snowman pillow is a cutie!
Celia Riggle shares this lovely log cabin.
Bonnie Schultz has a log cabin, too.
Bonnie tells a funny story about her block.
The inside of her “mistake” block.
Kathy East shares another pretty veteran’s quilt.
Sarah Spearman finished her “Princess” quilt.
Another great rag quilt made by Sarah.
Brenda Moore’s quilt is beautiful!
Look at the dimension in Susan Chidester’s quilt!
Another pretty quilt by Susan.
Kay Beach shares this lovely quilt.
And Kay finished this Bonnie Hunter quilt.
Peggy Clark came with a PILE of quilts!
Love Peggy’s colors in this one.
Peggy’s darling heart quilt.
And a great scrappy quilt by Peggy.
Peggy used great fabric for this charity quilt.
Kathy Krog shares her gorgeous star quilt!
Check out Kathy’s lovely red/white quilt.
Our board watches intently…
Elsie Gaber talks about the “Be a Buddy” quilt made for Rotary.
Look at all the blocks for the “Be a Buddy” quilt.
Elsie shares with the group.
Here’s another view…
Shelly Pagliai and Barb Bevell give the program.