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

What a wonderful Show & Tell we had this month! So much progress going on. Members are cranking out the projects, that’s for sure.

Debbie Hudnall

  •  Wall hanging.
  • Ball of barn doors made for granddaughter instead of a baby quilt.

Sherry Calloway

  • Christmas-themed quilt; quilted by herself with a pantograph of berries and holly leaves.
  • Panel quilt so she could practice quilting.
  • Lighthouse quilt for her son Scott.
  • Panel quilt for a little girl in emergency foster care.
  • Quilt for a little boy in emergency foster care.

Barb Roberts

  • Doll quilt of strip pieces.
  • TINY Half-Square triangle star quilt.
  • Project #2:  big star block quilt from leftover pieces; already given to Linus; quilted by Deb Freese.

Diane Bloskovich

  • Project #2:  Table runner of gray, turquoise, and pin; nephew has four children and a long table.

Diane Schulte

  • House wall hanging from class with Andrea O’Brien and Allice Allinson.
  • Quilt of gray blocks surrounded by little blocks for granddaughter’s 16th birthday; quilted by Alice Allinson.

Kathaleen Winkleman

  •  2016 UFO of log cabin blocks; practiced free motion stitching.
  •  Prayer quilt block with a Mardi Gras theme.

Rose Marie Smith

  • “Kaffe’s Kites” – table runner composed of Kaffe Fassett’s fabrics.

Bev Winn

  • Top made of flower pieces and other blocks.
  • Project #2:  “Peach blast.”
  • Quilt of jean pockets.

Susan Chidester

  • Quilt of mother’s embroidered blocks.
  • Bow tie quilt; someone gave her the blocks.
  • “Blessed are the quilters.”
  • Row by row houses for either a wall hanging or a table runner.
  • Tree skirt quilted with gold thread.
  • Disappearing hourglass quilt of 10” squares of purples, pinks, and greens.

Teddy Cave

  • Redwork quilt by her mother in the 1920s.

Mary Shoaf

  • King-size top of multicolored scrap pieces.

Scarlett Ragas

  • Baby quilt of blue and light blue stars; finished six years ago.

Sarah Spearman

  • Gold and maroon small wall hanging; kit belonged to her mother.
  • House wall hanging from class with Andrea O’Brien and Alice Allinson; work in progress.

Linda Kowalski

  • Redwork quilt by her mother.
  • Project #2:  “Witches Night Out,” Halloween theme made from stash fabrics.

Shelly Pagliai

  • 36” quilt for a veteran; friend in St. Louis awards quilts to those on an Honor Flight.

Cathy Poyner

  • Project #2:  Sampler quilt for a missionary just engaged; used Shelly Paglia’s block of the month for Sew Sweet; quilted by Wanda Cagle.

Deb Freese

  • Library ordered a book Sunday Best Quilts because she asked about it; made a sampler quilt using blocks from the book in turquoise, melon, and lime green.
  • Purchased 70 string pieced blocks from garage sale of Evelyn Glasglow’s belongings; blocks were backed by Good Housekeeping magazine pages from 1940 to 1948; the magazines belonged to Mollie Glore; quilt was made with the string blocks; “Mollie, Evelyn, and Me.”
  • Project #2:  finished; “Flower Power;” given to daughter for Christmas.

Alice Allinson

  • Baby quilt with large giraffes for a friend.

Deb Freese and Barb Roberts

  • “Fiesta Quilt made with fiesta ware colors; for Kathy Hatfield’s recovering mother.

Barb Bevell

  • Rescue double knit quilt #2; quilted by Deb Freese; has blocks of checkerboard with 36 pieces in each block; backed by a paisley print minky; for the camper.
  • Wedding ring quilt top made with double knit (Future “Rescue Double Knit quilt #3); bought by Bev Winn and sold to Barb.
  • Two rag quilts for babies; has pockets for toys.
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