September 18, 2013
by Karin Crawford, Historian
The September meeting was a spotlight on two very accomplished quilters in our area: Marilyn Toone with major technical help from her husband, Warren, & Helen Butler. The Forum was introduced by Francine Berrett. Marilyn and Warren have been collaborating on quilts for over 30 years. Warren is an engineer with special talent in putting the correct numbers into patterns miss-written by magazines and other sources. This he did with just a slide-ruler and compass (think before EQ programs!) Marilyn is a master of applique and hand quilting. She has won numerous awards of the years with a win at Springville having her quilt selected as The Director's Choice. Here are some of the beautiful quilts she brought to share.
This traditional wedding ring quilt has been enhanced by the beautiful hand applique in the 4 corners with baskets of flowers.
This Trip Around the World was a pattern Warren worked out complete with the number of yards needed for each of the fabrics used.
This beautiful applique and pieced quilt was designed by Marilyn and made possible by Warren who worked out the size of the pieces, borders, and compasses.
Warren and Marilyn Toone
Helen Butler, September's Spotlighted Quilter
Carol Hart and Cindy Williams admire Helen Butler's quilt.
Liza Ann Lee admires another quilt by Helen Butler.
Karin Crawford admires Helen Butler's All Around the Town.
Sue Proctor and Tricia Tolton welcome our members and sell Opportunity Quilt Tickets.
Crystal North happily spotlights the upcoming Retreat.
Program - Quilts by Marilyn Toone
Marilyn Shows her Quilts!
This quilt is Mariyln's favorite one!
Show and Tell
Baskets by Rebecca Hansen
"I saw this quilt in a magazine and really liked it. I had fun finding all the fabric.
Red, green, and pillow top
Mexican Star Adventure
Quilt Bee and Brown Bag Challenge
Audrey Bailey and The Strippers Quilt Group
Fall Place Mats and Runner
Quilt As You Go
Say It Again Sedona
The inspiration came from the border print. Class with Claudia Clark Meyers in St. George. "This is the wildest quilt I have ever made and the hardest!"
Roseville by Karin Crawford
Pattern by Maggie Walker
Baltimore Bunnies by Karin Crawford
Pattern by Bunny Hill
Note: There are several quilts in Show and Tell which are not labeled. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to identify them so I can add it to the blog. Thank you!