Monday, March 14, 2016

March 2016

Barbara and Kay's medallion center blocks for the Round Robin Quilt.

Pam may use this digitized photo of her mom and dad as her center.

Shirts with dimensional birds and flowers.

February's completed block of the month.

Tina showed the block of the month for March.

Lurdes demonstrated the spotlight ruler  by Deb Tucker.

Spotlight ruler units used in Lurdes' quilt.

Our guest speaker was Caryl Jensen. She showed how to make a cool block with strips.

After sewing the strip units together and then cutting them, the resulting units can be turned to create interesting blocks.

Tina's latest block from Clothesline Club.

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Table topper by Joann.

Joann made this panel quilt. 

This quilt was made with Moda fabric for Joann's daughter.

Cathie went to Malaysia to meet her grandson.

Penny Pocket from a Moda online pattern.

Monkey onesie for the grandson.

Mug rugs.

Cathie has been experimenting with curvy lined strips which she then cuts into circles.

First block finished in the Splendid Sampler by Pat Sloan.


Diane finished this quilt called "Fancy Forest" done with machine applique.

Diane's cat quilt.

Linda made "Soars with the Eagles" for her nephew who is a helicopter medic.

This is Helen's year to finish up some UFO's. 

Finished applique quilt by Helen.

Helen made this quilt for a friend.

The back of the quilt.

Virginia said it was a miracle she started this in 2014 and it is finished. Made with Kaffe fabrics and taught by Kaye Evans.

Peggy received these scraps and put them together.

Scrap quilt by Peggy

Barbara's BOM from the Cotton Shop. She usually likes jewel tones so she stepped out of her box on this one.

Ruth's butterfly wallhanging made with machine embroidery using a raw edge applique technique.

Sheri completed the BOM taught by Kathy.

Diane completed 3 charity quilts for Family Promise.

Peggy is heading up the Round Robin quilt this year.

Quilt made for a foster child by Dianne. 
She also made some patriotic table runners for her relatives.

Doll clothes and accessories made by Sandi.

Sandi gifted this to her sister Dianne.

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