Mary Kay was informed that "baby quilts" were no longer "cool" with her grand nieces & nephews. Here is a new quilt of Feathers & Foxes for Olivia.
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These Bear Paws were made with plaid fabrics.
This quilt was made for a granddaughter - who no longer wants Pink & Purple!
Marilynn also shared this cute hanging for St. Patrick's Day
She made this Hidden Star Log Cabin was made for her husband
This one of purples is for Lydia.
Bert found some old blocks from a class with Mrs. Caldwell, and finished this quilt - I love the random placement!
Kris made this wonderful Thunderbird!
Yvonne received the kit for this quilt, for Christmas
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She found this finished top when looking for some backing!
This one of racing cars is for David.
Marilynn made this quilt for charity from fabric found on our Put 'n' Take table - it was quilted by daughter Lezlie (a pic of Lezlie's quilt of Trucks was in the paper!)
Cathy received 24 pillowcases this month!
Helen didn't finished her Sunflower hanging in time for the Challenge, but it will be a wonderful gift to her daughter for her birthday!
Camille has shared many small quilted items over the last year or two, but now she is moving away and wanted to show us that she has made larger quilts too!
Here is a Block of the Month pattern from Piece of Cake.
Jill made this charity quilt for a dinner auction to be held at a concert in Oregon. She plays the bassoon in the orchestra!
Ann got the fabrics for these blocks from High Country Quilts. Some of the blocks are hand quilted, and the overall quilting was by Becky Panariso.
This lovely was made from scraps, with a lot of hand appliqué.
There were 17 Sunbonnet Sue blocks for the Co-op Block Exchange. Some of the blocks for the President's Quilt were received, and the new block for Co-op.
The pattern for this large bag to carry quilts, is from NaLa's Quilt Shoppe in Fountain.
Pat started this tea towel, and just kept embellishing!
Diane practiced the technique for an attic window after seeing one at Retreat. She also finished the paper pieced project she worked on at Retreat last year.
Barbara found some more cute fabric for a baby quilt - for Love Quilts
Mari shared her Star Struck quilt, from her last Mystery Retreat. There will be no Retreat this Fall but she is taking signups for one next Spring.
Naoma is still using up the flannel she received
Prior to the Meeting, the unfinished bibs were available for final trimming with buttons, lace, velcro - whatever was still missing.
She made up this large quilt to hang in her sewing room
Cathy finished quilt #4 with all that lovely leaf fabric.