Monday, June 4, 2018

May 27, 2018 Show-and-Tell

Patrice started off with this quilt she made at the Anna Maria Horner workshop. Great combinations of curved lines and squares!

Christine showed off this dramatic “Embrace The Stripe” quilt from a class she attended at Quiltcon.
 Did I mention it’s dramatic?

Christine seems quite satisfied with this cheerful flamingo duo - the backing fabric has flamingos as well. Nice touch!

Caroline continues to create dazzling color combinations, this time with tons of HSTs. This is her generous contribution to Camp Erin.

Rebecca is also contributing a quilt for Camp Erin - this graphic 3D block quilt. Pattern please!

Hildy shows off an almost completed Drunkard’s Path, back and front. The back is uncharacteristically low-volume for her.

Felicity created this quilt consisting of American Flags quite a while ago, but only finished it recently. She expressed a sincere thanks for the input of fellow guild members’ in choosing a border.

Our guild is not just about quilts - here Heather shows us this gorgeous striped pillow.  I love the pompoms on the border.

Reva has sewn up these two jelly roll quilts after a recent hand problem: she chose to make jelly roll quilts because they are “thumb-friendly.”

Natasha: Wanted to clear out her pink stash and had enough to make two quilts - two tops and one back. That’s a lot of pink fabric!

And finally, a very serious Dahlia  displays this lovely diagonally designed quilt - simple and striking.

Thanks everybody - see you at the end of June.

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