Members came to the November meeting with a wide variety of interesting work.
Alison showed a wonderful Gloria Loughman class project. See www.glorialoughman.com for more about this quilt artist focused on architecture and landscape.
Alison also completed two Christmas tree skirts! Number One...
And here is Number Two with same pattern from Shabby Fabrics.
Finally, Alison reported that she abandoned completing the full Gypsy Wife quilt but couldn't throw the squares she had done away. This is the charming result!
Sarah quilted a four year old quilt top. She hand sewed the binding, and quilted each block in a different pattern. Quite stunning!
Sarah also showed a Christmas quilt made at retreat. Background is Kona silver.
Trish started this dramatic quilt years ago with a high contrast fabric selection made out of 72 blocks - each block is actually the same but with different color usage. A lot of work, and gorgeous!
This is the back using an Allison Glass border print.
Pat showed us some placemats with paper-pieced flying geese-- very cute.
Your photographer failed to get the maker of this gorgeous bright colored quilt!
Kim showed us the back and front of her latest finish. Great colors!
René and Annique hold up a mini landscape completed at a workshop. Beautiful.
René completed four grandkids' quilts. She practiced her machine quilting on these. Quite a colorful collection!
Suzie finished very cute pumpkin quilt!
And, Suzie also showed us this intensely fun chenille giraffe quilt. She used a layered technique. Very soft and good for a playmat. She suggests using all natural basting spray.
Gail showed her completed Mighty Lucky quilt top using improv piecing direction from five different designers. This year long challenge also helped participants work on color choice and design.