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(See the chart at the bottom of the page for the upcoming year)

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Show and Tell

We had some incredible quilts this month!

Here's Mary's gorgeous completely hand done Hawaiian Quilt

It's 17 years in the making completely hand appliqued quilted and bound.

Carol's adorable raccoons:

A little closer--aren't they adorable?!

Then her amazing (These were her Great Grandma's flowers that she's has put together into a quilt) Grandmother's Flower Garden 

The border is a darling tulip pattern.
Notice the sawtooth border that she made using
 the cut off corners of the yellow setting squares.

Then Chiska has this lovely embroidery quilt.
The embroidery was done by a neighbor or her mother.

Isn't the embroidery exquisite?!

Then there's a Jelly Roll Race 2 Quilt
It went together pretty quickly (though it was longer than an hour for her and don't forget to watch your bobbin!)  and a lap size only takes one jelly roll--or 2 junior jelly rolls.
Here are the links to the Missouri Star Quilt Company's
Jelly Roll Race 2 (squares) (the one below is an example)

And a  baby quilt for a new niece


This last one didn't come as it was already to it's new home.

Here's a picture of the turtle quilt that's finally done 3 years later!

Here's a close up.  

Here's Kathy's Sister-in-law's incredible Mexican Tree Quilt

Look at the amazing quilting!

Here's Sue's marvelous alter cloth:

She starts with a solid piece of cloth and makes this:

Wasn't that an amazing group?!

Just a reminder that the Library Quilt Show Quilts are due April 28. 
On April 29th at 1p.m. at the library.
Debbie Nees will be the speaker with a reception to follow.

Click this link to go to the library website for more information and forms.

April 26th at 7p.m. will be our next meeting.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Sue shared this candle mat made (the plaid) from a Christmas Goose her mother had made.

This is a quilt of her Dad's shirts for her Mom:

This is the quilt Jeri is quilting

A little closer up

We had a great time visiting.  In upcoming news the Library Minature Quilt Show will be April 29th this year.  Get your submissions ready.  We'll let you know when quilts are due to the library.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Merry Christmas!  Thanks to Cami for taking pictures.

This is Kathy's amazing Christmas tree!

Carol's incredible Flower Garden Quilt
(her Great Grandmother made the flowers, she put the quilt together)

Janis brought and helped us finish the Cherub Ornaments

Jeri made these wonderful and snuggly quilts

Leslie made a gift for Jeri

Isn't it wonderful?!

Here's one more of the Christmas Tree and Kathy
 (and you can see the ornaments that she brought for everyone too.)

The food was wonderful and the company great.
It was great to see everyone!
Merry Christmas and see you next year!

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Sue made this darling pin cushion for Jeri (Happy Birthday Jeri!)

And this fun collapsible thread catcher
Click here for the instructions  (This is the link!)

Carol made another awesome tote
(AND she's been working on more Grandmother's Flower Garden hexies)

Cami brought her very first (Mary encouraged) quilt

She also brought THE Icelandic sweater

Icelandic yarn

And some fun fingerless gloves she knitted out of shetland wool

Here's a table runner that she worked up from a picture

Joyce has 2 quilts that will be raffled off at Santa's workshop on Saturday
One of them was her mystery quilt.  Stop by Santa's workshop on Saturday at the machine shop from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Santa will be visiting from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) to see them (at the church booth).

And last but certainly not least the ornaments before we cleaned them

For next month we will be meeting early.  December 21st at 6:30p.m. 
 We are having a recipe exchange.  Bring a dish for the potluck and a copy of the recipe for everyone.

Hope to see you there!

Friday, October 28, 2016

Chiska's first "bigger" quilt quilted on her machine and best binding ever!

Kathy brought a caponizing set that was her Dads

Kathy brought pictures of some beautiful applique blocks that
her sister-in-law, Judy had made.

Carol made this darling mini quilt to display the pins they've collected from the national parks.

Here it is a little closer

Cami shared this great alpaca jacket with us and some wonderful pictures from Iceland

Mary shared her Italy and Greece trip and this beautiful crazy quilt

A little closer

She showed us how to  tie like she did this one

You stitch into the seam allowance so it doesn't come through the top.

Here is an example of a tying template.  And the shirt that started it all!