Wednesday, June 29, 2016

May Guild Meeting

This month Lisa And Carol treated guild members to  a round robin of fun demonstations. The demonstations featured techniques that are easy to take with you while you're on the road to all the fun summer activities.

                     Lil Anderson and Alice Bauer  taught us all about English paper piecing.


                                      Mary Ann Micheals demonstated some fun small projects from wool.

 Nancy Roberts passed on lots of tips on making yo yos in fun projects.

                                                        We welcomed a new member.


First up this month was Gloria Hartley with her mix-all Cow quilt. Then Gloria showed us an unnamed quilt which was made from scraps and was three years in the making.

Next was Brenda Sommers showing us her Sunny Side Up row quilt. She made it with her bee-The Rotary Club. She made one row then they passed it around all year until they had 12 rows. Brenda made this for her granddaughter

Then we saw two quilts from Elise Larsen. First was a black and gold log cabin quilt. Next was one of her PIGS, a yellow and blue king size log cabin quilt.

Marilyn Steele showed her Bloom Where you are Planted quilt. This was a quilt as you go class made using raw edged flowers.

Next Liz Terlink showed us Yikes Stripes. It was a multi colored quilt made with lots of strip fabric that she collected. This was a quilt as you go project that she quilted on her home machine with a different pattern in each block.

Karlene Riggs showed Needle Love made with pink and chocolate fabric.

Next we saw a disappearing four patch quilt from Janice Walker. This was a pattern from the Missouri Star Quilt Co and is for her granddaughter for her high school graduation gift. Then Janice showed us Periwinkle which is also a Missouri Star Quilt Co tutorial, but she added her own borders.

Then Linda Roskelley showed us a Jan Krentz design.  She said: “I used stuff I already had that I thought kinda went together. It might be “Happy Accident 3.”

Lynnette Rose showed us Irish Nights. This quilt was done on the grid with pink, white and gray fabric. Then she showed Paper Dolls which is a pieced 30’s quilt.

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