Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Christmas Banquet

 Our Christmas banquet was held at the Fairway Motel this year and it was a beautiful meal.  To start the show and tell, Mary showed her folded star  hot plate,










 and her napkins ..she's ready for Christmas.
Elly found this panel in her closet and decided it was time to quilt it.....
 and she, too, made the folded napkins.
 Joan made this nautical themed quilt for a new baby. She drew the patterns and appliqued them...a talented lady.

 Bea made this log cabin quilt this summer and just got it back all quilted.













 Jean made the folded star and folded napkins as well...and then.....
she showed us this cuddle quilt she made for the program. She's been one of the most prolific cuddle quilt makers in our guild.
 Cynthia is in the pillow making mold and this is a new one she made.
 Judith got her fractured panel done and quilted....a really nice job.
 Ann had a book panel and put it all together for a baby to chew on , drool on and handle easily.  A fun project.
Leigh made this fabric tree and decided it was a little too "friggy" to suit her.
 This bag pattern is on the lining of certain batting and is a quilt as you go pattern.
 She called this pattern Sunrise and it is stunning.
 Gail did some cross stitch on this sweet sweater.
 Mary made this wall hanging with small log cabins and then appliqued the letters.  Great job, Mary!
 Marilyn is hiding behind her folded star....
and these are some of her dozen sets of folded napkins.  Never do things by half measures, right Marilyn.
 Beth made this "to order" tea cozy ...it was requested to be black but she just had to add a little colour.
The she made this pocket pack for a walker. Can hold a water bottle and 'stuff'.
 Janice made this stunning tree skirt. Not only are the colours gorgeous it has little wee presents all around . What a wonderful tree skirt.
 Joanne  is one of our newbies and she's well and truly hooked.  Here's her table runner....lovely greys and cream.
 Jeannie found these sweet little stockings that have little zippers in them...perfect to insert gift cards.  Ever neat!!










Tuesday, November 26, 2019

November 26, 2019

Gail started our show and tell with this beauty made from all the squares she won last year from the President's Challenge then passed it along to Ann for Comfort quilts.  What a nice thing to do!
 Helen made this Sheepy quilt for her sister's great grand child.  And being a non grandmother that is all I have to say about that....soooo jealous!
Then she showed us this spiral table topper that her husband requested to present to their financial advisor...must have given them some really good advice is my thought....lol!
 Cynthia bought this top and the binding for it for $75.00 ...what an amazing find!...then she had it quilted and it is now going to a graduate from divinity college. Beautiful graduation gift.
Pat got her Block of the Month from last year done and Agathe quilted it for her.  It was a really fun project.
Ethel celebrated her special birthday and got her goody bag of fat quarters then she showed us some more of the wonderful bags she has been making...this one is for her pen pal,
this one is for  a young girl....
 and this quilt is for a grand daughter...she has been one busy woman....
 Agathe got her folded star hot pad almost finished... it was part of today's program.
 Susan showed us hers  and.....
 a birthday wall hanging....
 a fall or hallowe'en banner.....
 a Christmas banner.....
 a table topper....
a quilt she made for the Chemo quilt project (thank you so much, Susan).....
 a Sindy Rodenmayer quilt pattern of laying hens....how appropriate now that she has some laying hens of her own....
and this amazing cake cover....so neat!  Guess she just wanted us to know what her summer has been like.
 Susan showed her folded star hot pad....
 and a pillow she made...been busy too.
Dianne made this folded star hot pad...they are all so amazing.  She also shared with us that she sold one of her quilts....now she has to consider herself a professional and no longer an amateur.  Congratulations!
Jean brought in her BOM from last year as well. They look so good despite her oopsy!
 REnate tried her hand at hand quilting this unique winter scene...love cardinals!
This is a table runner of fabric that her daughter chose....it has a bonus eight tree napkins to go with it...a Christmas present.
 Nice to see Bea back after a long hiatus healing her body as much as she could.  This quilt is for a young man who is getting into hunting...it has deer on it...how appropriate!
 These are hot pads she made for a gift.....
and these are some she bought with the thought that it would be a good project for anyone interested in doing some strip piecing or quilt as you go.