Monday, July 9, 2018

July 5 Show and Tell

Barbara's quilting on this "Apples and Worms" quilt was inspired by Lori Kennedy's tutorials.
Barbara created "Many Sunsets Revisited" in a class on hand stitching.
This wall-hanging from a panel given to Barbara will be donated to the guild's Small Treasures Quilt Auction.
Barbara will donate this quilt to the guild's Teddy Bear Tea service project.
This quilt by Barbara will also be donated to the Teddy Bear Tea service project.
Betty calls this quilt, "My Attempt on Modern"; she used left-over fabric in her stash.
Betty's grandson, who was born in Alaska, requested a bull caribou on his quilt. Betty used  several row by row patterns to frame the center.
Rosemary shows a Comfort Quilt.
Chris shows a Comfort Quilt.
Chris is showing another Comfort Quilt.
While Boots holds part of Katy's quilt, Katy explains that this finished UFO was started when she was 14. She recognizes the fabric as coming from family clothing.
Jacky S. made this quilt for a grand nephew who will be born soon.
Jane used the same pattern for the quilts above and below to use up left-over batik fabric.

Maggie created this quilt from fabric pieces given to her by a friend.
Marilyn and Veronica show fabrics they created in an ice dyeing class taught by Nancy S.

Robyn used fabric she had bought years ago at a Thrift Shop for the fish in the wall-hangings above and below. She named the one above, "Ouch".

Robyn used a McKenna Ryan pattern for this wall-hanging.
Ruthe dyed this old t-shirt in the ice dyeing class.
Ruthe also dyed this subtle fabric.

Sunday, July 8, 2018

June 21 Show and Tell

Barbara's baby quilt will be a comfort quilt donation.

Cathy's pieced this top in a class. She donated it to the Comfort Quilt project.

Cathy made this quilt in a Judy Hopkins mystery class.

Kate's niece, a beginning quilter, made this wall-hanging from a McKenna Ryan pattern with Kate's mentoring.

Pat S. finished this UFO.

Another Pat S. showed an antique top for which her friend requests someone to finish the piecing.

This quilt is one of Robyn's UFOs.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

May 17 Show and Tell

Lynnette started this hand-appliqu├ęd quilt in 1999 before her granddaughter was born. Now it is her granddaughter's graduation gift.

Marie's friend gave her this afghan to brighten her spirits while Marie was battling breast cancer.

Mary H's friend gave her this wall-hanging.

Mary H made this wall-hanging to practice doing sashiko.

Kathy showed this quilt which Mary L. made for Quilts of Valor.

Nancy showed a quilt made by a group to which she belongs. The pattern is "Paper Beads".

Nancy made her jacket using her own hand-made fabric. At the June program  meeting, Nancy will give a presentation about dyeing fabric.

Rena made a colorful cover for her sewing machine using scraps from a project she had finished.

Friday, May 4, 2018

May 3 Show and Tell

Glenda's wall-hanging--"Into Every Dog's Life Some Cats Must Fall"--is her quilt for the guild's row quilt challenge.

Barbara made this comfort baby quilt from a panel.

Barbara quilted this comfort quilt donation that Winnie had pieced.

Barbara showed a fabric bag which she had made.

Betty R. finished this UFO--unfinished quilt object.

Regina showed this holiday themed comfort quilt.

This comfort quilt was made with "heart".

Another comfort quilt.

Gail made this small quilt for the next Teddy Bear Tea quilt project.

Glenda showed a comfort quilt which she had quilted.

Jane made this quilt from blocks donated from a deceased member's stash.

Jeanette pieced this quilt top from a comfort quilt kit.

This tea pot quilt will be donated to the small quilt auction.

Jeanette continues to use her stash to make small quilt for the guild's auction. She and her husband will be full-time RVers  this month.

New member Linda M. made this quilt titled, "Florabella Blossom."

Linda P. made Halloween quilts for her grandchildren's dorm rooms.

These jeans "bulletin boards" are for Linda's grandchildren.

Linda used 1930's fabric for the map quilt. Her husband has travelled to all 50 states.

The label for Linda's map quilt highlights their RV travels.

A glow-in-the-dark skeleton quilt for one of Linda's grandchildren.

Lynnette finished this UFO.

Marilyn had fabric left from the guild's celebration of the Anchorage centennial. She used it to make these gifts for  committee members.

Peggy's quilt reads, "Never underestimate the power of one quilter and her sewing machine."

Robyn awed us with this quilt made of Minke fabric. Her granddaughter will enjoy cuddling under it.

Rosemary finished a UFO.

Ruth created this jacket in a class. It's even lined.