We have four new members joining our guild. They are Diane Carn, Jean McPherron, Alice Guest, and Debra Shelley.
October Show and Tell
We had a great show and tell this month! It was obvious that many of you have been busy because we saw a lot of PIGS presented this month. Thank you to everyone who shared their quilts with us. November is the last time to present something this year, and we would love to see everything you have been working on.
Barbara Murdock finished up some fun miniature wall hangings.
Lisa Dunn showed us her wonderful mini medallion quilt.
Next was Delores Despain with her Fall Rail Fence quilt. This was a maple leaf quilt with photo corners and is her PIG quilt.
Then we saw Jill Cox’s Quilt of Valor which was made for her son-in-law, Nate, who is a diver in the Navy. It is an original design and was machine pieced and quilted.
Next up was Janice Walker who named her quilt “Francine’s quilt.” She took a class from Francine Barrett about four years ago. This is her first attempt at hand applique. This is one of her PIG quilts this year.
Janice Walker showed us a couple of quilts. One was “Weaver Fever” and is a Jackie Robins design. This is one of her PIGS.
Then we saw her Trip around the World quilt. Janice said this about her quilt: “The Clarke family turned a collection of 25 quilts to the Michigan quilt Museum. RJR replicated the fabrics of their trip around the world and put it together as a kit. So, I have a replication f that quilt plus a bonus quilt. This was another PIG for Janice.
Linda Roskelley then showed us a sampler quilt. It was an Elinor Burns victory quilt with Civil War prints with ribbon by Cotton Shop.
Next up was Mary Killpack with a clamshell English paper piecing quilt. It was done in scrappy colors and hand quilted. She took a class from Sue Daley.
Then Maureen Tuttle showed “Clams as the Beach” which was done in blues and greens and white from a Sue Daley class.
Then she showed us a flag clamshell of her own design made using a pack of mini charm squares.
Next up was Debbie Naylor with her quilt called “Shimmering Britches” which was done as a block exchange.
Then Karlene Riggs showed us “Chains of Faith” which was a Moda Bake Shop design done in pinks.
Then she showed a snow globe Christmas sampler.
Karren Barley then showed a red, white and blue stars quilt. It was a 2001 Kathy Gardner block of the month with the center block pattern from Kendra Hall.
Next Margaret Cooper showed a big star quilt made for her son’s bedroom.
Then Linda Rehart showed her quilt “Laundry Day.” It is a Sundra Workman pattern done is 30’s fabric used for the clothes hanging on the line. It brought back memories to Linda of summer days long ago. It was quilted by Cindy Williams.
Our last presenter was Dee DeHart with her Texas star with applique quilt. It is an Edyta Sitar pattern and was her PIG.