Saturday, December 23, 2017

December 21 Show and Tell

Barbara showed row 1 of her Roosting Row quilt challenge.

This is row 2 of Barbara's challenge.

This is row 3.

Regina showed this comfort quilt.

This is another comfort quilt.
Harmony created this quilt for her soon to arrive first grandchild. The prospective parents requested an animal theme with yellow and green colors.

Harmony and her husband travel in an RV so she does a lot of handwork  since they often don't have electrical hook-ups.

Jackie made this single Irish chain quilt with her Christmas fabric scraps.

Jackie also made a bed for her grand-dog.

The pattern of this quilt made by Jeanette is called "7-11".

This crazy-quilt-wanna-be is actually a whole cloth fabric which Jeanette quilted.

Jeanette calls this quilt "Sudoku" because of the fabric arrangement.

We were delighted by Jetta's creativity. She made a narrow Christmas tree for her sister who has limited space.

Barbara is showing a table topper that Kate made.

Kate made this Christmas wall-hanging.

Kate showed another wall-hanging. She hand pleated the green background to add texture.

Kate made this Christmas table runner.

This is a table topper made by Kate.

Kay showed the kid's comfort quilt which she made for a military child.

Linda loves owls and worked on this appliqué quilt at her cabin.

Lynne made this beautiful quilt as a wedding gift for her niece.

This is a Teddy Bear quilt which Mary made. Below are more of Mary's Teddy Bear quilts--donations  for the Teddy Bear Tea during which the guild distributes small quilts and stuffed animals to social service agencies in Anchorage which deal with children.

Peggy's step-daughter's dog Linus is replicated in this quilt.

Ruthe made this kid's comfort quilt for a military child. The back is shown below.

Ruthe is explaining that she used a left-over block to make this Teddy Bear quilt.

After show and tell, Marilyn explained the process for making fabric flowers.

This is a flower in progress.

Bonnie show flowers which she made in a similar technique but using fabric strips. Her yellow flower is a perfect center for the one Rena made following Marilyn's instructions.