Wednesday, August 31, 2016

It was great to see so many of you on Sunday.  We owe a big thanks to Gretchen for showing us the ins and outs of rope basket sewing:

And then it was off to show and tell:

Gretchen's Culture Quilt, for a scientist's lucky baby. Because she doesn't just make baskets!

Julie's colorful cat quilt squares

Rebecca's beautiful Boston Streets quilt

Jean's 24 hour quilt - pieced, quilted and bound in a day. On a WORK day no less.

Jean's Flight Club quilt, an artful pattern she was testing for designer Sam Hunter

Felicity brought in her lovely star quilt - her first longarm project!

Carolyn had to miss our raspberry kiss lottery, so she went and made a whole quilt's worth.
No orphan blocks at her house!

Taz's "I don't even like Halloween" quilt, which inspired much autumn love from the rest of us.
Pattern from Sunday Morning Quilts.

Hildy took a resist dyeing class and this pastel pretty was the outcome.

Hildy slashed and dashed this colorful wonder as well.

Marilyn brought in this seasonally appropriate (and beautiful) Ann Shaw designed sunflower 

She calls this sliced and diced piece Pinot Noir

Dalia won around 50 raspberry kiss blocks in the lotto a couple months back, and she's already used them up! You all did beautiful work on this one!

Kim practiced some intricate free motion quilting on placemats for her book group.

Maritza showed a lovely variation on modern drunkard's path

Laurie finished this intricately paper-pieced Snails Trail quilt

Lisa showed us her very first quilt - Cape Cod. Now she just has to take her first trip to the Cape!

Lisa also pieced this cute little pineapple

And her welcoming wine table runner

These rows on their way to becoming a kid's camping quilt.
We will be meeting up at Gather Here on September 11th and September 18th from 11-3 to work on our QuiltCon quilt. Please drop by if you can and help us get our submission all squared away (heh heh) before the holidays descend! 

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