Thursday, February 25, 2016

October 2015

In October 2015 we shared some of our favorite quilts. 

Shelly shared Hannah's Nine Patch, a quilt she made to replicate a quilt made by her grandmother.

Cathie's quilt was made for her mother and father in law on their 50th wedding anniversary.

Diane designed this wall hanging from a picture she liked. It is her husband's favorite quilt.

Jill's first design - a tree skirt with gold lame bias.
Table runners made in Diane's Friday Group

Lurdes enjoys doing round robin quilts

Dianne and Sheri finished their block of the month - Crossed Canoes.

Cute frog quilt by ?

Crib quilt by Cathie

Dianne's flannel quillow

Peggy has this quilt in her collection and does not know where it was made.  She has been quilting for 5 years and gives most of her quilts away.

Marsha's first quilt took months to complete. When she finished it she felt like she had climbed Mt. Everest.

Ruthie's colorful BOM from Quilts Etc.
Sheri's favorite quilt from her grandma. It is over 60 years old and was sewn by hand.

Kay is from Kansas where they did square dancing. This trip around the world quilt was made by Kay's mother from aprons and square dancing clothes.

Mary made this sunbonnet sue quilt from childrens clothing.

Virginia's basket quilt is hand pieced. It was a miracle she found matching fabric to complete it.

Doreen treasures the times she and her sister are able to get together and quilt. She learns a lot from her sister.

Donna made this fast fun four patch quilt with an African look.  She embellished it and the quilting is awesome.

Lisa made this stack and whack quilt from animal fabric. Her mother quilted it.

Barbara's mother pieced this quilt. In the 30's  her mother and friends quilted it. In the 50's it sat in the basement. In the 60's her mother gave it to the people next door. In the 70's  a nephew ran into the neighbors, and accepted the quilt back and gave it to Barbara.

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