Sunday, October 20, 2019

September 2019 Show & Tell

Denise showed us this beautiful chromatic table runner!!

Denise also showed us her finish of the Gypsy Wives quilt. Super cool colors with a very nice border to match.

Denise's next quilt was colorful with various pieces telling stories. 

Last Denise had this three D blocks quilt, which is very optical!

Brianna made this very cheerful quilt for a woman at her work to support her recovery from cancer. 

Donna did a Kaffe Fassett mystery quilt.  Super gorgeous saturated colors.  She got monthly installments so it took a while. Beautiful!

The back of Donna's quilt is a very bright pink  Kaffe Fassett print!

Ophelia showed off her whole cloth quilting -- the thread stands out from the green fabric.  Very elegant! 

This is the other side of Ophelia's whole cloth quilt; unfortunately it does't stand out as much in this picture. 

Suzie showed us three slightly different Harry Potter quilts, all of which are incredibly cute. 

Ooohs and ahs for the back of the third Harry Potter quilt! Everything is pieced, not appliqué.

René showed us this very cute snail quilt she did as a pattern test.  She will donate to Linus project.  Ophelia quilted it.

René also presented this Christmas quilt.

René's last quilt uses two charm packs.  The colors stand out very nicely from the white background.  

Ellen made a bionic gear bag.  She included a spot for her tools and space for other equipment.

Lorie showed us this red, green and aqua colors, and is a Michelle inspired quilt, in a baby quilt size. Very cute!

Lorie did this as a charity quilt in sports team colors.

And this is a second version with different colors. Nice graphic effects.  Ophelia quilted with a football pattern!  Will be for charity.

 Susan made a little quilt with striped materials.  This truly catches the eye!

Laurie showed two quilts made from the same pattern.  The first is a memory quilt with a what she characterized as a "weird" color combination given the fabrics she had to work with.

The second is the same design for her son.

Laurie made this cute quilt for her son with three colors and soft backing.

This Churn Dash quilt has been four years in the making -- interesting to see how the various color combinations work.

Robin showed this colorful compass point quilt, with some rearrangement and adjustments from the pattern.

Aleksandra showed us her latest purse finish.  Very natty with the pink and grey plaid!

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