Wednesday, February 3, 2016

January Show-N-Tell

Our guild members are off to a great quilting year! Take a look at the amazing pieces everyone brought to January Show-N-Tell

In December we passed out fabric to make blocks as part of the Janome Challenge. These are the blocks made as of our January meeting! 

The quilt we made for Bridges was finished and shown at our January meeting. The quilt was sold for $2,700 at auction! Thank you to Michael Miller Fabrics for donating the fabric, Beth Helfter of Eva Paige Designs for the wonderful pattern and all members who worked on the "Rainbow in the Snow" quilt.

Betty finished her Fair Isle Christmas quilt and doesn't it look wonderful?!

Nancy finished her quilt from the Jackie Gering workshop (and it matched the outfit she was wearing!) and she made this lovely quilt. 

Michelle finished a quilt she was gifting, but the colors ran when she washed it! Find out how she saved this beautiful quilt on her blog

Ellen showed off one of the zipper pouches she made for her twin sister, Eileen, and a colored pencil quilt she made as a gift. Wouldn't the colored pencil quilt be the perfect gift for a loved one who enjoys coloring?!

Speaking of Eileen, she worked on this quilt at retreat and gave it as a Christmas gift! She called the quilt "peppermint twist" and I bet the baby who receive it will love it for years to come!

The front, back and quilting of this quilt made by Donna are so lovely!

Patty made this beautiful mini quilt and a full sized quilt as part of a low volume swap she participated in.

We all love the colors Dee used on her quilt and the quilting is lovely!

Betsy worked on this quilt at retreat and brought it to show us in January.

Kathy made this quick and easy table runner and named it 'Olaf'. This super cute runner is totally worth melting for!

Kathy also made this really cool quilt all with minky! How cozy!

Sandy brought in a Fold'n Stitch wreath she made. Wouldn't this make a great holiday gift!

That's all until February! Our next meeting will be on February 16th and we can't wait to see what our members have been making.

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