Saturday, August 6, 2016

August 4 Show and Tell



At our July 24 program, Barbara instructed us to create floral-filled vase "pictures" with fused fabric we had brought. After a couple of hours, she told us to leave our pieces on the table and to leave the room. When we returned, we discovered that Barbara and her helpers had cut our vases into quarters. Barbara explained that our next step was to exchange 3 of the quarters with other people. Then we were to take our 4 quarters home, piece them together, embellish them, and return with the results for today's Show and Tell. Several members actually finished their homework to show at the meeting.









Show and Tell continued after out business meeting.

Barbara has created catnip bags and requested batting scraps to fill them.

Barbara showed two small quilts for our Teddy Bear quilt service project.

Bonny created a quilt based on her son's art project.

Carol used left-over binding and the flip and sew technique to make this bag.

Gail used fabric left from another quilt to make this donation for the Teddy Bear quilts project.

Katy tried new long-arm quilting techniques on this comfort quilt.

Kay won a rainbow jelly roll as a prize and created this quilt.
Kay made this quilt using Laurel Burch fabric.

Linda used the freezer paper pattern for this hand appliquéd and hand quilted wall-hanging.

Lynne made this Irish Chain quilt for a great grandchild.

Regina used left-over fabric from comfort quilts to make this comfort quilt donation.

Robyn bought this unique fabric with petroglyphs and cave paintings at the Gooseberry Garden Quilt Shop in Thermopolis, WY, while traveling. The pattern is Kalahari by Daphne Greig.

This small quilt was made with left-over fabric from the quilt above.

After Ruthe finished these Big Stitch wall-hangings, she has no interest in doing another one.

Ruth took a class from Cathy Miller, the singing quilter. Her project was this stretched design wall-hanging.

This small wool appliqué piece tried Ruthe's patience too.

Sara used one of Carrie Payne's patterns for the bicycle quilt.

Sara was inspired to make this jelly fish wall-hanging after she saw an encaustic  art piece at a local gallery.

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