Friday, July 3, 2015

July 2 Show and Tell


Barbara showed us the rock she painted to be used in a local artist's project.
The cat image she painted is a favorite theme of Barbara's.

The appliqué in the lower left corner of this small quilt was fussy-cut from a fabric panel.
The three small quilts above will be donated for the Teddy Bear Tea.
This small quilt is intended for use as a table cover.
Barbara created more woven ties. The one she is holding was made using two ties.
George used his sashiko machine to quilt this small quilt and the larger one below. The small one has trapunto to help the circles stand out.

The top of this comfort quilt was created by Judy W. and quilted by George using his sashiko machine. 

Jackie showed this small wall-hanging and explained how she sews corner pieces on the back so she can easily slip a hanging rod under the corners.


Katy had bought this floral fabric as backing for another quilt but rejected it. Later it was perfect for the quilt top in a class she took at a local quilt shop. She quilted it on her long-arm machine.

Pat made this quilt from a kit which Lynn put together for donations to the palliative care group in one of our hospitals.

This cute quilt shown by Regina is a comfort quilt.


These two bright comfort quilts were pieced by Donna E.

Robyn pieced this wall-hanging to use for quilting practice.

This table runner helped Robyn deplete some of her stash.
Robyn's sister Kay helped her make this fused appliqué wall-hanging.
A friend gave Roxann this appliqué pattern after the friend had decided not to make it herself.
This appliqué wall-hanging appealed to Roxann because her daughter is a cellist.


Sandra used the small quilts above for quilting practice.
Shirley was dressed for the July 4  holiday, including wearing earrings she had made. This small quilt is titled "Daddy's Taking His Little Girl Fishing" and is a donation for the Small Quilt Auction.

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