Monday, July 24, 2017

July 6 Show and Tell

Barbara used scrap fabric to make this patriotic Teddy Bear quilt  for the Teddy Bear Tea service project.

Barbara won the challenge blocks at May's guild retreat. Figuring out how to put such diverse blocks together was a challenge so Barbara made 3 small quilts (one above, two below) to donate to the Small Quilt Auction at the September quilt show.



Carol's queen size quilt project became a small wall-hanging after she tired of making bow ties.

A comfort quilt.

Another Comfort Quilt.

Another Comfort Quilt.

Another Comfort Quilt.

An unusual Comfort Quilt.

A pieced denim Comfort Quilt ready to be quilted.

A Comfort Quilt.

This quilt is the Community Quilt composed of squares made by community members at last year's quilt show. Those who made a square will be entered in a drawing for the quilt.

Delberta made this Dresden Plate wall hanging for her sister.

Jackie named this bargello quilt, "Gale Force".

Jackie made this red and black quilt in the colors of her daughter's alma mater.

Jackie used the quilt above and the two below for practice when learning to use the long-arm machine at Seams Like Home.



Kate made a sewing machine cover from scrap fabric.

Kate made this woven bag using the technique she taught guild members in June.

Katy's quilt was a group quilt made by ARCO employees in 1999. She finally quilted it this summer.

Linda used the square in a square technique learned in the Kept in Stitches small group to make this quilt from shirt fabric.

Lynne made this quilt from left-over fabric. Although this side is the back, she likes it better than the front.

The Valley Quilters' Guild has made this large quilt for a raffle fund raiser for Quilts of Valor.

Robyn's wall-hanging features a cute frog.

Robyn is ready for tea with this wall-hanging.

Robyn bought the pattern for this "Tide Pool" wall-hanging at the quilt shop in Seward.

Ruthe discovered this quilt top in her storage and added machine quilting to make an old quilt new.

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