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

The January meeting of the Hands of Friendship Quilt Guild was held January, 15, 2020 at the Arts Center in Kirksville

Show & Tell:

Scarlett Ragas

  • Wedding ring quilt done by a customer with lots of old fabrics; first time she did curved bias binding.                

Liz Mills

  • Project #8:  Pink and gray quilt for Linus; quilted by Amanda Moots.

Deb Freese

  • 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.

Andrea O’Brien

  • 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.

Susan Chidester

  • “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.

Ellen Farnsworth

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  • Mantle cover for quilt shop composed of leftover blocks; UFO.
  • Table covering from a cutter quilt.
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  • “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.

Program:

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.

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