Tuesday, March 24, 2015

March Community Service day

Cheryl Doody donated this small quilt
 Tracy Jachimowicz started off show and tell this month by sharing items donated to the Muckdogs baseball team silent auction.  Funds raised from this will be given to the PTSD unit at the VA.
Tracy made this one to donate.

I think this one came from the community service stash.
Frog booties

Nancy Ellers has been busy making goodies for her new grandson.
Cow booties

And a binky buddy.

Cynda Watroba did some snow dyeing, since there was so very much  of it to use!

Cynda also showed off the pin she made at the February ArtCGirlz meeting.

Mary Kozub shows the transfer she did at the March ArtCGirlz meeting using sharpie markers

 Mary Ellen Ames showed several of the old projects she finished at retreat.  Unfortunately, she showed them so quickly, this was the only one I got a halfway decent picture of.  (sorry)
 Mary Ellen also finished piecing this quilt top from a John Flynn precut kit.

Eula Serrino made this raggy quilt as a donation  to support a friend battling cancer.

Elaine Ross made this in honor of the efforts to save the Monarch butterflies.

Trudy Kutter finished some old projects on reteat as well/
She is early for Fall, not late!

 Mary Anne and Melanie each made one of these quilts to be donated

Connie Grimsley made this as a gift for a friend. This picture doesn't do justice to the project- four different seasonal scenes featuring a barn.  Just beautiful!

These are two of the pieces Connie worked on at retreat.

This one was made using squares purchased at the flea market last month!

Ann Renica's solution to her daughter's request for Easter basket liners.

Also by Ann Renica

Martha Lorshbaugh is still making baby stuff!

 After the meeting, members wasted no time getting set up for working on community service projects!

Alex and Dorothy worked on a quilt of valor project.

Lori and Lori put rainbow blocks together.

 Donna and Carol worked on disappearing nine patch blocks

 Ann Renica worked her magic machine quilting.

 This group was working on I-spy blocks

Connie and Vinnie made sure everyone had a project, and even  did some sewing themselves.

 Another beautiful disappearing nine patch quilt.

And Melanie and Mary Anne got their rainbow blocks together!

It was a good time- lots of sharing, sewing and good company!

In April Susan Ralyea of the BCWoolery will share some ideas for using wool felt in our work- and a class will follow!

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