Tuesday, June 18, 2019

May 2019 Show & Tell


Denise showed us a really cute colorful scrappy quilt, front and back!






Michelle showed off her oldest WIP from the Letitia Safir workshop.



Michelle's second WIP has little birds in the birdhouses -- totally cute!  From the Modern Patchwork book.



Sandy shared her New York City skyline bag using the "Show Off" pattern, designed for big prints.




Sandy also completed a T-Shirt quilt with school colors.

Julie had a colorful random block WIP!

Donna did an experiment with flannel, minky and yarn to get the intricate pattern.  Very cool!


Kathy did this quilt for her husband - very bright colors, with minky on the back!


Ellen made this with quilt with her twin sister Eileen based on a  modern art T-Shirt quilt collected by a relative from all around the world.

Allison  is at her last meeting with us, and showed two cute mini-quilts. We will miss her!

Betsey showed several items - first a Redwood Tote using a Noodlehead pattern.

Next is an Alison Glass design, very dramatic!


Lastly a Diva Clutch with lots of partitions to organize in!




Betsey's Gypsy Wife's quilt -- beautiful colors!

Lastly Betsey showed a little pouch in bright colors.


Lorie showed quilt tops for her teachers, the first being scrappy equilateral triangles ...


and a paddle quilt top!

Chelsea did the Meadowlands pattern, really pretty!



Suzie showed this delicate quilt which is in lovely pink and blue pastels!


Did this quilt using various fabrics from her client.  DID I MISS ONE/



Robin showed us two pouches she made.


She also presented a dramatic butterfly quilt.

The reverse side is a big flower!  What a surprise!


Leslie did wonky courthouse steps pattern.  And Ophelia did the quilting.


Ophelia showed us a quilt starting from the modest back ....

and then showing the gorgeous front with a detailed pieced star in the center, pattern by Nancy Ring!

The closeups try to show some of the beautiful quilting she did and corded flange binding!


Sarah is doing a lot of baby quilts -- her very cute quilt has orphan house blocks and will maintain its improv style.



Sarah did this quilt at retreat, and is made with fish fabric, that you can see if you look closely!



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