Show and Tell

February 2013 Show and Tell
Carolyn didn't let chemo slow her down.
She finished the "block of the month" quilt top with the red border and Peggy almost has hers done too.

Bonnie's latest UFO

Cyndy and Patti used their batik scraps to make placemats.

Lou used lots of stars in her mystery quilt.

Bonnie shared some blocks
she had been playing with,
including the one below made
with only one inch squares.

Kathleen made this for a raffle.

Two of our knitters, Adrienne and Gail, shared their handiwork
made from handspun yarn.

Thanks to Donna (our new friend from Alaska) and Laura and Patti, we had many new charity quilts for Lou and Murine to quilt. Here are a few.

Laura!....Puttin' on the Ritz is coming soon.

January, 2013 Projects
Lou's strip tease with die cut leaves.

Sandy used paint sticks to paint these beautiful flowers.

Murine was still finishing up
Christmas projects

Lots of charity
Laura's four Kids in Crisis Quilts

Patti's baby quilt for Kids in Crisis
Bonnie's quilt for the Boy Scout Eagle Project


Two different takes on this year's mystery quilt.
Murine's blue camo and Tommye's floral.


Christmas Potluck 2012

 Darleen shows the 12th star!

And here is Darleen's Star Block Top finished!

Laura is presented with certificate of Appreciation for her dedication to making quilts and quilt kits for the Kids in Crisis. 

Peggy opens her gift from the guild ... 23 and counting Bear Claw Blocks.

 Patty shows two of her quilts...

Darla's Tree Skirt

Tommye's folded blocks quilt

Gail is knitting a shawl

Laura's quilt

Mary another Dresdan Plate Quilt in cool colors.

                            Bonnie shows off gifts she made for Christmas
     Pillow cases and Tree napkins.

Judy's Table Runner

We played a variation of the white elephant game stealing gifts from each other until someone finally decided it was time to give in... Everyone received nice gifts... and had a lot of fun.

June Picnic 2012 at Rotary Park
Photos by Sandy Davey
Peggy shows the specifics in Making an Amish Star
 Everyone sure is interested in that lesson! :)

Darleen's Bird House Quilt top. 

Sure is pretty especially with the light shining through it!

Patty made this quilt for the Kids in Crisis. 
May Show and Tell

Shauna shows a block from one of  her favorite books,
"Quilts from the Heart II," by Karin Renaud.

Judy Turners Split 9 Patch
Unfolding Star - Star Block for May - Taught by Shauna

Judy Turner's Split 9 Patch

Darleen's Fishy quilt!
Darleen's Mexican Star

Tommye's Split 9 patch with "stained glass" borders.

Lou's Split 9-patch with alternating Indian Pottery blocks.

Betty's quilts... Star Blocks and Strips with Applique flowers 

Shauna's Hopscotch and
Scrappy Star


 How is it that Shauna finishes all these quilts???  Her Layer Cake with Wise old owl fabric below...

Tommy's placemats made with her Austrailian fabric, 

and her strip quilt made with a jelly roll.  On the one below she used her 60 degree ruler.


Judy's Crazy 8 strip tease table topper... a UFO.

Mary's romantic get away batik quilt for her bed in North Carolina.

Cyndy's paper pieced frog.

Special guests, Cynthia Smith and Mary McGann, bring Susan Ossana's dolls for our guild to admire!

February 2012 Show and Tell


Darleen's Table Runner

Mary teaches the Friendship Star

Last month's Block of the Month

Shauna's guest, Betty Dalton, brings a trunk show of her daughter's quilts and other hand made objects.


Peggy shows the parts of her Sweat shirt Jacket

Two quilt tops donated by Meg Bigler to be quilted and donated to a good cause.



Laura's Amazing Op-Art Quilt

 Claudia's Table Runner and framed rectangles quilt


Claudia's quilt with embroidered blocks

 Shauna Always has lots of quilts to share... Split 9 Patch - The back done in her famous plaids- and her border quilt ... made with our borders of the month in 2011.

Sue Allemande's Heart Quilt
Darleen and Kay made February Wall Hangings...

Jolly's Quillt Front and Back... and one more.

Marian's Mystery Quilt that she gave to her Mother-in-law for her 90 something birthday!

Marion Holyoak's Table Runner made at the 4-H sewing convention...
So good to see Marion's smiling face!

Monica's 2011 Mystery Quilt

What a great quilt Tommye made from 4 patches!

Cyndy's wall hanging she made for a friend.

                   Lou's Avocado the wall hanging...
Can be seen when visiting the Dog and Cat Clinic.

Mary's Split 9 Patch Made with 5 inch scraps and her Dresdan Plate.

Peggy had one of her most productive months... In the 4-H workshop she made a table runner, a small quilt top made of pre-cut curved pieces, a folded pinwheel, a receiving blanket with mitered corners, and a pillow cover. 
The 4 -H workshop was a blast!


Here is the Split 9 patch that she made for Kids in Crisis... Shown front and back... Love using up those 5 " squares this way.

And here is her daughter's graduation quilt only 5 months late... Attic windows - Minky on the back and machine quilted on her Bernina!
This was a UFO - A kit that Laura made for Kids in Crisis... Peggy had it stashed in her cupboard for a few years!


January 2012 Show and Tell

Lou taught the Block of the Month.  Ohio Star?  Of Course!

Darleen presented "Moose Poop" Placemat

Marian shows her Mexican Star and a Kids in Crisis Quilt.

Pat also has a Kids in Crisis Quilt and a Mexican Star.

In 2012 we decided to have a featured quilt each month.  This month we featured the Mexican Star.  Really fun to see them all together!  I count 11!

Tommye's Red, White, and Blue Split Nine Patch

Laura's Kids in Crisis Quilts

Pat F.  Made this split 9 patch during our workshop in fall colors.  She made a special trip from Salt Lake Area to sew with us.

Lou's Sesame Street Quilt and Fairy Quilt.

Sandy 's Mexican Star in lucious colors!

 Cyndy above is helping with a lovely antique quilt.... Does it belong to her?  And below Patty is showing a split 9 patch in lots of wild colors... Fun!

Cyndy and Shauna show off their split 9 patches... We had a workshop in January and made these quilts with Tommye's many 5 inch squares.  We all loved the way they came out.

Shauna shows a nice quilt made with squares. 

Sue Allemande shows us the stick ponies that the RSVP ladies are making for the Rodeo.  Really cute!

Claudia with a Southwest Wall Hanging and a bag with cool embellishment!


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