The kids are back to school and attendance at our September meeting was high! It's so exciting getting to see everything everyone has been working on. Here are the pieces everyone brought for Show and Tell.
We presented the church where we meet with a quilt for an upcoming event!
These charity quilts were all made by members throughout the year. The fabric was donated and Janome block patterns were used and then our members got creative with how they put them together. The finished quilts are being given to Project Linus and the Hospice House in Merrimack.
This charity quilt is still a work in progress, but it will soon be given to Bridges for their January gala.
Betsy used some of the fabric from our Carolyn Friedlander fabric swap to make this lovely quilt
Michelle used the scraps left over from her Icy Waters quilt to make this quilt.
Patty is in an art group and the theme for this beautiful mini was travel.
Lisa made this big quilt for some newlyweds. This picture doesn't do it the justice, the quilting on this is amazing!
Lisa is also in the group that created quilts with a travel theme and she created a Dr. Who police box, how fun!
Having caught the garment sewing bug, Nancy showed off these fun polka dot shorts she made; complete with welt pockets.
This mini was Gail's first time machine quilting, you go girl!
Donna calls this quilt starry night on a rocky new England coast, she's so creative!
Susie made this adorable giraffe quilt for a very luck baby.
Brianna joined us in September as a guest and shared her Alison Glass feathers quilt. This was her first time paper piecing and doesn't it just look wonderful?!
Eileen made a baby quilt and tried her hand at appliqué for the first time!
Chelsea had five finishes to share! This one is Starlight by Thimble Blossoms.
This quilt was inspired by an episode of the show Fixer Upper and I (Carolanne) want her to teach me how to make one!