The Community Service committee, under the direction of Renae Farnsworth, presented many beautiful quilts to veterans in the northeast Missouri area. Some of the photos of the presentations are shown below.
Enjoy the Show & Tell from February. Lots and lots of charity quilts were made and shared this month.
(A big thank you goes out to Di Zook for taking photos this month.)
Bonnie Schultz and her Project Linus quilt.
Love the crocheted edges, Bonnie!
Alice Allinson’s mom is a lucky girl to receive this one.
Alice quilted a top that Jean Nevins had made.
Alice made this beauty for Jo Conklin.
Meredith Willcox shows this cute quilt that she and Vel Pauls made together. Vel did the blocks and Meredith set it together.
Meredith made this frog quilt for Project Linus.
Meredith has been busy making quilts for Project Linus.
Project Linus quilt #4 from Meredith.
Another colorful quilt by Meredith for Project Linus!
Meredith made this cute bear quilt for Project Linus, too.
Liz Mills shared her Valentine Mug Rug.
And check out this cute Project Linus quilt Liz made!
Veterans quilt top set together by Barb Bevell.
Lovely quilt made by Rose Marie Smith.
Ellen Farnsworth made this cute quilt for Project Linus.
Mary Shoaf share this quilt that was quilted with the alphabet.
This quilt with horses was made by Mary, too.
Beverly Compton made this striking “star” table runner.
Linda Kowalski tells us about this practice piece sewn on a longarm in Des Moines.
This is a Moda Sampler shuffle quilt made by Linda.
Kathy East made 4 personalized veteran quilts this month!
Veteran quilt #2 by Kathy.
Kathy and Stan work on these veterans quilts together.
Look at all those fun blocks! Kathy personalizes each quilt.
We are a bit behind in posting these photos from October’s QTYW. It is probably a good thing, too, because we have more pictures to share!
The October 18th event was held at the Annex building in Kirksville. The HOF Guild members in attendance worked primarily on our Community Service project, making and finishing quilts for veterans, in time for distribution on Veterans’ Day. We even had a couple of hard-working guests helping! Our special helper was Bobbianne Magruder, granddaughter of Mary Magruder. It was said that she was very good at picking up pins and emptying our scraps… a quilter in training!