Tuesday, July 16, 2019

June 2019 Show & Tell



René showed a stunning  peachy orange and green star Ricky Tims kaleidoscope quilt. 

The back of the quilt uses up the fabric.

Another quilt by René  hanging around unfinished -- a Michael Miller challenge.  Very cool, and she handquilted it, going to charity.



René Rene's Latifah Safir workshop quilt -- very fun!  


Last one for René, made out of flannel in the country style.  Donating to charity (goal of 12 to charity this year!!).  Awesome.  


Laurie, showed a finish for her nephew born in February.  Wonderful animal prints!


Laurie also showed a cute scrappy quilt, which is for her four year old who is obsessed with orange.  


Robin made this I-Spy quilt for her granddaughter, with minky on the back.



Karen showed an impressive Jen Kingwell Long Time Gone pattern finish which she started two years ago.  Awesome job and clearly a lot of work!


Ophelia joined us three years ago, and appreciates how all of us are doing crazy things.  This is a block of the month set in an Amy Gibson pattern with sixteen squares.  Because she just had the 12 blocks of the month she improvised an additional four are down the middle with low volume color.  Very cool.


Carolanne had a tell about her new sewing room.  In cleaning up she has two tubs of garment fabric available!  Contact her if you are interested.


Simone showed a quilt her mother completed which is donated to charity.

Simone's second quilt is a fun one with a variety of pumpkins!  This was for a friend going through a slow recovery from serious injuries who loves orange and Halloween.  


Suzy showed a beautiful scrappy quilt with words in the middle, made for her 16 year old niece.  


Detail of Suzy's quilt.  Wonderful!!


Annique presented this wonderful pastiche of various women wearing pearls as a challenge to make something with pearls.  She got two ribbons for this!  What fun!

Lastly,  Debbie showed us her finish with modern owls of various color combinations for her grandson, who loves owls.  Lovely!

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