Jill Cox began by showing her "Eagle's Pride" which she made for her son
Jared for getting his Eagle rank. it was machine pieced; and then it was machine-quilted by Rebecca Morganson of Morgansons' Custom Quilt & Sew Forth.
Next was Linda Williams who presented "Garden Quilt" which showed "all things garden." Her second quilt was "Best Friends" showing twin puppies in a basket.
Margaret Cooper has been really busy with her 6 beautiful quilts: 1) Baby Boy Blue--tablecloth & fabric
Civil War 1
Civil War II--bedspread
Happy Halloween ,the center is drawn on with crayon.
|Once There was a Snowman|
Quilt of Valor
Jacquie Thompson was next with "Spring Blooms & Baskets". She used batik scraps for the baskets and blossoms. Her technique was needle turn appliqué. She said, "it
made the dreary winter brighter."
Anna Rae McAllister showed her Buggy Barn Star Quilt. Her inspiration, "sleeping under the stars". It was Americana; blue and off white. Stars inside of stars.
haron Wright exhibited "Witches Brew". She bought this pattern in Houston, because she loves the face on the 'fun witch'. She did it just for fun
Next was JoAnn Baer with her Judy Niemeyer quilt, "Glacier Star". She started in June and ended in November--a 6 months class. The instructor was Kathy Carter
(another amazing member!) and it was quoted by Linda @ Quilts.
Next was Mary Killpack. She did a quilt called "Twisting Thirties", with a piano-key border. It was white with scrappy "twisters".
Then she showed a rag quilt for Service Day. Harry Potter fabric; and navy and white blocks.
Last was Laurel Christensen showing her Bear Paw quilt made at Retreat.