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2019 — AUGUST SHOW & TELL

We had a great Show & Tell this month! So much fun to see what everyone is working on.

Note: Photos are at the bottom of the post.

Show and Tell:

  • Barb Roberts
    • Mini quilt made from remnants from making a cake top.  Deb Freeze quilted it.
  • Deb Freese
    • Pillow top composed of Christmas charms; free pattern online.
    • Was impressed by the large digital flower quilts; found a pattern and made one; faced the quilt rather than binding it.
  • Diane Schulte
    • Baby quilt top composed of blue and yellow pinwheels.
    • King-size log cabin quilt made with creams, whites, and homespun fabrics; made and hand-quilted by the Peacemakers from Mary Immaculate Church; she won the quilt in a drawing.
  • Christa Thatcher
    • Colorful quilt for her four-year-old son.
  • Heather Ervin
    • Quilt made with shades of purple and white for her thirteen-year-old daughter; quilted by Alice Allinson.
  • Knecka Smith
    • Quilt top with a pieced backing and free-motion quilting.
    • Red and green quilt for mom’s birthday.
  • Linda Kowalski
    • Quilt from end game quilt-along.
    • UFO quilt from 2010 – 2012; “amazed;” blocks make a maze.
    • Another UFO quilt – red, yellow, and blue cubes.
  • Elsie Gaber
    • Christmas table runner project from maybe 2006.
    • Fall table runner.
    • Quilt for niece Chelsea, a mother and a teacher; bubbles fabric for the backing; quilted by Joan Harrison.
    • Quilt for six-foot Alex; dinosaur fabric on the back.
  • Gyla Elmore
    • A church group adopted a Pine Ridge reservation, and they make blankets for the residents; “Happily Ever After” quilt from a Shelly Pagliai workshop; “never again.”
  • Diane Taylor
    • Used some odd and different fabrics from Tula Pink; some collage; “ocean vacation,” Laura Heine mermaid with a green background.
    • Table runner of red and teal flowers; “dizzy daisies.”
  • Debbie Hudnall – new granddaughter Charlotte Kay born August 3rd, 4 lbs. 2oz.
    • Batik double wedding ring quilt for daughter and husband from a kit purchased at Keepsake Quilting; quilted by Alice Allinson.
  • Kay Beach
    • Inherited quilt that was embroidered and sewed by a friend; added buttons; quilted by Amanda Moots.
  • Meredith Willcox
    • Quilt of framed dogs wearing hats.
    • Quilt of colored four-patch blocks with black print sashing; quilted by Joan Harrison.
  • Alice Allinson
    • For son Trevor getting married in ten days and his fiancé a quilt of dark teal half-square triangles with white background; quilting took 50 hours; cotton sateen fabric on the back.

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2019 — JUNE SHOW & TELL

At our June Show & Tell there were lots of pretty quilts.

Show and Tell:

  • Joan Harrison
    • Bluish quilt done in columns with toile fabric.
  • Deb Freese
    • Patriotic table runner.
  • Barb Roberts
    • An example of old made new – she bought the top several years ago; pink background of dancing girls; 40s fabric.
  • Carol Cunningham
    • Boy scout tent made of scraps; saw it on Facebook.
  • Barb Bevell
    • Hand-pieced polyester top that was purchased with her partner in crime, Nancy Krueger.
  • Andrea O’Brien
    • Quilt by her mom and her on a trip to North Carolina; used a floral layer cake from Hoffman.
    • Quilt made for a World War II veteran who lives in her hometown; her mom gives him cookies; stars in red and black on white.
    • Quilt made from blocks her mom purchased last year at Nana’s Corner; has a pieced back.
    • Baby quilt for nephew that she and her mom did; kitty cats in pink and aqua.
    • Quilt for cousin’s friend done with puppy fabric in red, black, and gray.
  • Susan Guffey
    • Flannel quilt done in an over and under fashion.
  • Heather Ervin
    • A baby quilt she purchased at the end of an auction.
  • Amanda Moots – has lots of boys to sew for
    • Blue quilt with big blocks.
    • Quilt top composed of big blocks of red, green, and gold.
  • Diane Taylor
    • Quilt top with a medallion; took ten years to do; kit with red, blue, gold, and white with an eagle picture.
    • UFO top done in redwork handwork; reddish, white, and cream fabrics.
    • Quilt top with floral blackbirds “in the meadow;” raw-edge machine applique.
    • White top, 72” x 84”, paper-pieced pattern from Lelia Gardunia which was free on the internet.
  • Marilyn Peck
    • Quilt made of colored pieces surrounded by gold with a black background; some pieces are from her mother.
  • Susan Chidester
    • Black, red, and white quilt; fabric is all polka dotted.

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