Esther kept making blocks, not sure where it would lead, but eventually this arrangement developed.
Marilynn made these quilts for charity (the Study in Green above, and another below) from pieces on the Put & Take table.
Barbara made this wonderful Dresden Plate!
Kris finished her Thunderbird
She has developed a framing technique for wall hangings - a great way to display those panels!
Naoma shared her final two quilts in flannel for Love Quilts.
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Sue started this beauty as a QOV, but will give it to a friend who is a disabled vet.
Cathy made this great holiday hanging, featuring a panel.
Kathleen has been working on this one for a lot of years - several of us have watched as it took shape! Hand embroidery, appliqué with satin stitch, and she did her own machine quilting. Lovely!
Carol loves this panel of peacocks, and made a hanging from the picture of a friend's pet.
Donna agonized over the design for her reverse appliqué as she liked the design in the purple
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She found this at a yard sale and got it for cheap. The seller didn't know what he had - these are collectible!
Her mother was a quilter, but Marilynn didn't start quilting until recently. She found this fabric in her mother's stash - and it was marked with her name!
Agnes shared a couple of Love Quilts, as well as some other fun items.
Nancy has been working with Blocks-of-the-Month
Carol shared the quilt of her sister's cats
Nancy finally got her quilt of Orange! quilted and ready for donation to the Y.