Sunday, February 25, 2018

January 2018 Show & Tell

Guild members had quite a variety of work to show this month!

 Carolanne showed the back and front of her Faceted Jewels 2 quilt. This pattern came from Amy Garro's book, Paper Pieced Modern.

The front of Carolanne's quilt! Gorgeous.

Michelle showed two of our quilt tops that were made by our guild for Las Vegas.

 This is the second quilt for Las Vegas.

Sarah made this baby quilt top from a diabolical Jane pattern.  Interesting design and lovely colors.

Sandi M made the Violet Craft Elephant for her granddaughter who loves elephants.

 The back of Sandi's elephant quilt. 

 Betsy took a village quilt pattern and she turned it into a table runner.

 Gail showed her very first effort at paper piecing using the Sea Glass design by Amy Friend.

 Gail also showed her first block for the Mighty Lucky Quilting design and color challenge for 2018.  The paper pieced design is by Carolyn Friedlander.

 Gail showed her Wayward Transparency quilt top based on a Quilting Jetgirl quilt-along.  Ideally the transparency should provide an optical illusion.

 Lastly, Gail and her daughter put together this very bright Caturday quilt top that has cat drawings peaking out in a variety of places.

René had a tell for us! She has been working on machine quilting and found a tool that helps the quilt sandwich go easily through your machine, a child's sled!

 Denise used challenge fabric to make this quilt.

Lori made this baby quilt where she experimented with machine quilting, great job!

Lori also shared this taffy twist quilt with us.

 Ophelia shared a Christmas quilt with the group.

 Ophelia also shared a gorgeous McKenna Ryan teeny tiny piece appliqué project.

 Marie and Susie shared this quilt that they worked on together that was not accepted into QuiltCon.

 The back of Marie and Susie's quilt.

 Lisa made this quilt for her daughter in law all with fabrics from Marden's in Maine.

Chelsea used scraps that Trish gave her to make this lovely quilt top.

Betsy also had a tell for the group. She's been receiving QuiltFolk magazine and recommended it to the group.

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