The January meeting of the Hands of Friendship Quilt Guild was held January, 15, 2020 at the Arts Center in Kirksville
Show & Tell:
- Wedding ring quilt done by a customer with lots of old fabrics; first time she did curved bias binding.
- Project #8: Pink and gray quilt for Linus; quilted by Amanda Moots.
- Project #12: Linus quilt done in bright tropical colors.
- Diaper bag made of ripstop nylon for 39-year-old stepdaughter expecting first baby.
- Baby quilt made with Lori Holt fabric; free pattern “Ground Cover” by Me & My Sister adapted by Missouri Star Quilt Company and also by Deb; cross-hatched quilting achieved by quilting upside down using the grid on the backing fabric.
- Table runner from a kit with fabric featuring hedgehogs and kangaroos.
- Project #12: quilt of leftover blocks of pink and yellow with gray and pink backing and sashing.
- “Ribbons and Lace,” old fabrics from Mom and herself; dotted swiss on the back; Barbizon embroidery trim; is a baby quilt from Grandma or Great grandma.
- Red Valentine’s table runner.
- Christmas placemats.
- Mitten ornaments.
- Tote bag composed of 2016 row by row leftovers.
- Table runner–birdhouses/birds from row by row leftovers.
- Wall hanging using leftovers from row by row.
- Patriotic birdhouses wall hanging.
- Mantle cover for quilt shop composed of leftover blocks; UFO.
- Table covering from a cutter quilt.
- “New Things,” snowflake table runner.
Anne Moody – speaker for the evening
- 12-year-old daughter took a photo at the Atlanta aquarium; daughter dyed fabric in the fall of her senior college year and made this quilt.
Rose Marie Smith
- Project #12: “Checkered Path,” Kaffe Fassett fabrics.
- Quilt of purples, pinks, and greens; Tula Pink fabrics; Stephanie Soebbing design; quilted by Effie Sickal.
- “Bits and pieces,” saw this online – scraps in strips; black and white sashing; quilted by Andrea O’Brien.
Anne Moody, a professor at Truman State University, told us about plans for the Kirksville Labyrinth Center to be located near Spur Pond in Kirksville. It will be a community place to de-stress. Check out Kirksville Labyrinth Center on Facebook. A handout was available.