Pat Keller made this quilt featuring Disney princess for a special little girl's birthday.
Trudy Kutter found an interesting way to hang her flag quilt- using beads and a dowel! She thought the tumbler blocks made the quilt look like the flag is waving.
Deciding to use some of the 30's prints she has been saving for "someday", Trudy enjoyed making the tiny twister pattern.
Things move pretty fast during show and tell, so this is the best picture I got of Trudy's little armchair sewing caddy.
Kathi Everett was working on this tulle garland for her daughter's upcoming wedding. She shared that her "Ice Crystals" quilt has been juried into the AQS show in Grand Rapids, Michigan in August.
Martha Lorshbaugh used leftover pieces of fabric from the raffle quilt to make this smaller version for the Silent Auction.
Sue Privatera made this bag from some of the goodies she won in the raffle basket at the 2012 quilt show.
Tracy made a nice name tag holder for when she goes to the Hershey show to take some classes next month.
Anne Rupert made some embroidered dish towels for the Silent Auction.
Melanie Watson made this baby quilt with a kit she got from Cottons, etc. This is the top, but it will be given away right after it's quilted!
Ann Renica blames Martha and Scrap Therapy for the overabundance of 2 inch squares she has in her sewing room. This looks like a great way to use some of them up. (But they multiply really fast!)
Lorraine West made these super sweet tiny quilts from charm packs of fabric by Kim Diehl.
After Show and Tell I told Nancy Ellers I had been trying to get a good picture of her jacket. So she posed for me.
It is made with "Dear Jane" blocks.
After the break, we all got lessons in a few new things for registering our quilts for the upcoming show.
Here, Kevin Hammon shows Sue Privatera and Anne O'Geen how easy the web form will be!
Some category choices have changed as well. I thought it was easier, others were confused. That's why we keep making small changes.
I'll post a link when the online registration form is ready.
Here you go!!!
The form is improved this year, so you only have to fill out your personal information once! When you hit submit, it will ask you if you want to register another quilt, then you can go back and your information will still be there! Easy Peasy!