Saturday, July 29, 2017

July 20 Quilt Bingo and Show and Tell

During our July program meeting, we played Quilt Bingo. Members made their own "cards" by piecing 2.5" squares to make a block using specified fabric types and colors. Winners received small prizes. After the game, members could use their blocks for their own quilt projects or donate them to Comfort Quilts to be used in donation quilts.

We also enjoyed a variety of quilts during Show and Tell.

Barbara made a small quilt titled, "It's Pointless", using stars made from scraps.

Bonnie made this cute playmat with small cars to accompany it.

Kate "up-cycled" a shirt by adding colorful squares.

Kay's dinosaur quilt will be a delightful gift for a child.

Purple, black, and pink strips make this colorful quilt pieced by Kay.

Margo's owl quilt is the result of her participation in the June class on weaving two fabrics together.

Marilyn's quilt has bears peaking out from colorful clamshell pieces.

Pat thought this wall-hanging would be a good donation for the fundraiser to benefit a local fireman injured on the job.

Pat made this boot quilt to donate to the small quilt auction.

Pinwheel stars are the feature of Pat's large quilt.

Regina's blue and brown square quilt is a donation to the Pioneers of Alaska fundraiser.

Ruthe made a Teddy Bear quilt using her Bingo square.

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