This is the Newsletter of the Hands of Friendship Quilt Guild of Kirksville, Missouri.

There were lots of beautiful Show & Tell quilts for July. Our guild is very, very busy!!

NOTE: The names and descriptions are shown below the photos and are taken from the July minutes.

  • Deb Freese
    • Red and white quilt; pattern was the 2018 Christmas countdown blockheads from Moda; a block was posted each day during December.

  • Michaella Peck
    • Getting married in September; fiancé is from Guatemala, and they are trying to get several Guatemalan table runners to use at the reception.  She showed off a couple.

  • Carol Cunningham
    • Bought fabric from a lady from Paris at the 2018 Paducah quilt show; made a purse with it; this is her first attempt at making a purse.
    • Red and black buffalo plaid baby quilt with appliqued bears; black print on the back.

  • Andrea O’Brien
    • Quilt using Bonnie Hunter’s En Provence pattern; swallows and circles in gray are on the backing.

  • Sherry Calloway
    • Country quilt for sister-in-law whose favorite color is red; red pieces on the back.
    • Blue flower panel quilt; quilted by Andrea O’Brien; has bargello borders.

  • Elsie Gaber
    • Cut-up panel used for a baby quilt for Kelsey’s little girl; done in pinks; it’s a family secret why a ladybug and butterflies are included in the quilt.

  • Joan Harrison
    • Linus quilt made with a train panel.
    • Quilt with a train panel but done in a different setting; brother-in-law is a model train collector.

  • Marilyn Peck
    • Baby quilt done in pinks and gray.
    • Scrappy veteran’s quilt done for sister’s brother-in-law; he served in Vietnam and lost both legs; he now is retired from the post office.

  • Meredith Willcox
    • Quilt done in red fabrics.
    • Scrappy quilt with butterflies.
    • Quilt of embroidered blocks surrounded by reddish fabrics.

Program

Our program tonight was given by Kay Beach. Kay shared some of her antique sewing boxes and the stories behind them.

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