Kathy has been carrying her crazy quilted "Boho"bag, rather than letting it hang in the closet.
Martha Lorshbaugh finished her "Xcentric" quilt, started in the Anita Grossman Soloman class when she visited in 2011.
Nancy Ellers is making Christmas stockings on a knitting machine, using a pattern written for hand knitting. Not as easy as it sounds.
Nancy also made her daughter a Kindle cover.
This quilt is a find-raiser for Genesee County Medical Transport.
Nancy's quiltingboard.com has this cute little panty change purse pattern.
Nancy is working on making the pattern bigger so she can make a matching purse.
Kate martin was given these vintage dresden plate blocks, which she is donating to the Silent Auction.
Jean Butzer made this sweet basket quilt with scraps from the raffle quilt. This will also be in the Silent Auction.
Jean will be teaching this pattern at Pine Grove next spring.
Gloria Crittenden had to learn English paper piecing to make this pattern from the Netherlands.
Mary Kozub brought this almost finished portrait to inspire any others working on their portrait quilts to get them finished for the quilt show. This is from a picture Mary took when she was in Costa Rica a few years ago.
Mary Ellen Casey finished her piece from the "cheater Bargello" class with Marija Vujcic. She said for some reason it wanted to be round.
Cheryl Doody made this from a chater panel, for the Silent Auction.
Donna Tomski found this pattern free online. You may have seen it called "Bento Box".
Donna took a class with Bonnie Hunter, making these "Boxy star" blocks
Kathy Belluscio is making small quilts for all the grandchildren with vintage redwork block.
Kathy made this mystery quilt offered by Mt Pleasant and Chestnut Bay
Arlene Kelly found a seasonal pattern to make as a donation for the Silent Auction.
Elaine Ross played with quilting designs on these sampler blocks from an old class. This will also be in the Silent Auction.
This is Elaine's work inspired by Georgia O'Keefe and the hibiscus in her garden.
Cathy Judkins made this Noah's Ark quilt for her great niece.
Melanie Watson made this piece for the "American Made Brand" challenge.
Chris Kuehl used her favorite raggedy reverse applique for this pillow she is donating to the Silent Auction.
Connie Grimsley did the crayon challenge at Mt Pleasant.
Ann Renica used designs by Leah Day to quilt this simple bars quilt. (this is the back. Below is the front)
I think this is also for the Silent Auction.
After the break, Teacher Debbie Thomas treated us to a trunk show of quilts made using Deb Tucker's "Studio 180 designs" patterns and rulers.
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