Monday, June 13, 2011

May Show and Tell

1.    Barb Murdock displayed a pink, white, and yellow Carpenters Star quilt that she made for a granddaughter in Alaska.  The color choices looked like a breath of spring.

Barb also made a quilt for her grandson in Alaska for his birthday one year ago.  This quilt was her own design and showed off browns and creams in split rectangles and squares.

Erin Davenport made Neapolitan Dream in pinks, browns, and creams (from her mother-in-laws stash).  This pattern had blocks of different sized squares set one inside another.

 Judy Fitzgerald made Flowers in My Garden.  This showcased a red background with vibrant appliquéd flowers.  Each block was a different grouping of flowers, and gave us hope that summer will eventually come!

Debbie Parker composed a quilt made from blocks contributed by friends of the Nielsen Family who lost two sons in one year.  The quilt will be presented to the family as a memoriam that will be treasured.

1    Karlene Riggs used pinks, yellows, and other fun colors to make Pink Lemonade.  She used a pattern by Piece O’ Cake Designs that was in the March/April 2011 For the Love of Quilting magazine.  The design was machine appliquéd.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

April Hospitality Table- The Knotts Bee

 These delightful quilts were made by the Knott's Bee and shared at our Hospitality Table in April. Thank you!  

Monday, June 6, 2011

April Meeting -Pamela Morgan, A Little Ball of Fire

Pamela Morgan and her family hosted our April meeting.  They own a donut shop in Draper and Salt Lake called Beyond Glaze. The donuts are beautiful and so tasty!  The Morgans have a fabulous Tea Party Tradition in their home and she shared a lot of fun ideas quilts and such that they have made and used at these events. The following are pictures from her presentation:

Pamela loves vintage clothing also and shared some pieces she and her daughters have made.

She is also a master of stitchery.
And really anything that is fun and cute!

Pamela with her daughters and grandchildren.

These items were made for Pamela by her Mother in law and given to her for her wedding.

These quilts are creations of Pamela and her daughters.

Thank you, Pamela for sharing such fun and inspiring ideas, quilts and sewing!