Friday, September 14, 2007

Maurine S.'s Hummel embroidery

Maurine S. shows a small wall hanging
which has 3 Hummel embroidery designs.
This was made for a minister's wife diagnosed with Lupus. The two with the umbrellas are for the down days and the one in the middle is for the good days.

Maurine S.'s bag of scraps table runner

Maurine S. shows a table runner she made from a bag of scraps
to which she added some lace and the backing fabric.

Dorothy B.'s Strip of the Month

Dorothy B. shows her Strip of the Month from Homstead Heartland.
It was a Lori Smith Pattern.

She mentioned that she had just gotten the sashing strips.
She certainly didn't let this project age before construction.

Dorothy B., Karen M, Ginny C....

Dorothy B. shows a Project Linus quilt that was a group project.
Karen M. and Ginny C. were among those who helped.

Marijo F.

Marijo F. showsa completed kit,
bought in 2003 in Paduca (maybe)

Charlene B.'s Mystery Quilt

Charlene B. shows her mystery quilt.

Quilted by Coleen J.

Pat M.'s Halloween wall hanging

Pat M. shows her spooky Halloween wall hanging
Sorry it is a bit out of focus,
I guess I shook with the spooky thrill of seeing this wall hanging.

Lisa R.'s socks

Lisa R. hasn't been quilting,
she has been knitting socks (several pairs).

She was even wearing a pair which she kindly displayed to the guild,
unfortunately we don't have photographic evidence of that event,
I guess you had to be there!

Judy P. shows "Tucson Troubles"

Judy P. shows her Tucson Troubles
She made this quilt with fabric purchased in Arizona.
Quilted by Connie L.

Becky G. shows 2 African Quillows

Becky G. shows 2 Quillows she made for her grandsons.
She used fabric bough in Africa.One Quillow pocket has a plane, the other has a boat.

What is a quillow, you ask.
It is a quilt that folds up into a pocket becoming a pillow.
The picture below shows one of the quillows unfolded.

Marlena W., Quilter of the Month

Marlena W.
Quilter of the Month
September 2007

Marlena is standing next to the first quilt she made,
a drunkard's path, quilted as you go, by hand!
Thanks for showing your wonderful quilts.