Thursday, July 28, 2011

July’s Show and Tell


“Samantha’s Polka Pots” by Caron Mosey

(More pictures here)POLKA POTS - FULL SIZE

“Ovarian Cancer Quilt” made for her sister Wendy

Pieced by Peggy Kopasz, quilted by Rhonda Coy


The Raffle Quilt for the group at Elaine’s Quilt Shop

made by Lisa Burmann

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“Sweet Dreams” top made by Ginny , 72 x 75 inches,

13 different assorted blocks


Thanks to Anna Palmer for taking photos this month!

If you would like to share your “Show and Tell” items on the guild blog, please make sure you fill out a little form giving us permission to share your work.  We won’t show unless you give us your permission!

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

June 2011 Guild Meeting

We had several members show their work at our June meeting. 

Charlie made 4 flag wall hangings for her kids who have retired and returned from military service.DSC04410

And Pat showed her pretty pieced patriotic quilt, just perfect for displaying for the Fourth of July!


Lisa Burmann showed her Victorian Garden wallhanging…


Here are a few more quick photos of quilts made by

Suzanne Moynet, our June speaker.


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Remember, if you show something at our meeting, please fill out the Show and Tell form so your quilts can be displayed here on our blog, too!

2011 Challenge Quilt

Are you up for the challenge? 
*  Due at the November meeting.
*  Must be a completed (quilted and bound) 25" square quilt including a quilt label.
*  You can only use a total of 2 fabrics - the fat quarter given and an additional fabric of your  choosing.
*  You can have it quilted by another quilter if you'd like.  You must give credit on the quilt label for the quilter.
*  You are welcome to embellish the piece.  You can use ribbons, beads, buttons, decorative threads, etc.  Ribbons may not be used as a third fabric though.
*  You can make your piece using any method of quilting you like.  Applique, piecing, foundation piecing, fussy cutting, etc.
*  We will have a vote at the October meeting for the guild favorite.  Places and prizes are yet to be determined - but they will be good ones!!
Here is an example of a quilt that followed these rules:
Yes, all the color you see on the front of this quilt came from
one single fat quarter, fussy cut!
Quilt by Lisa Burmann
Quilting by Lisa Burmann