Nancy shared her latest quilt for Wounded Warriors.
Pat has been playing with lights and darks, to get a feeling of depth
Nina took some CQC Charity blocks and made this striking quilt. It will be donated to Habitat for Humanity.
And a "quickie" quilt for a grandson
Becky shared her quilt of appliqué blocks. Each block is appliquéd such that the appliqué becomes the quilting of the block.
Pride City Quilt Guild
.. and shared this cute baby quilt of kitties!
Connie's grandson is expecting twins - due this week! Yes, a girl and a boy.
Carol N. has also finished her mystery quilt!
Dianne played with gray and brown ..
Carol made this wall hanging for a friend "who is a true cowgirl - complete with s**t on her boots"
Carol has promised herself that she will finish all her UFOs before she starts anything new ..
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Joy has been making a lot of mug rugs - which are now growing to potholders!
Joy shared the story behind her Bed of Roses quilt, and the backing - which we didn't get to see in the Quilt Show!
Naomi's pattern called for a border print - which she didn't have. But this runner came out very nicely!
Mary experimented with a different way of setting tumbler blocks.
Diane S. is still working with fabric donated by a neighbor. Here are two made with "large fish" fabric, and two (below) made with "small fish" fabric. All four quilts will be given to Hospice.
Judy's grandson is graduating from high school. She made him two quilts - on the left are memories of elementary and middle school. Above is the quilt from his high school career in sports and FFA.
Jean is working on commission to make this quilt from some very old shirts - some are so old the fabric was unusable - and a lot of chambray!
Paula made a modern interpretation of flying geese!
Camille shared several of her smaller projects.
Iris shared a couple of her projects - redwork embroidery!
Priscilla shared two baby quilts for donation .. .. and her quilt of embroidered birds.