Genesee Valley Quiltfest.
Martha took a colorful quilt she made apart and turned it into a great bag!
Martha also finished one of her UFOs; a pattern from the Scrap Therapy collection.
Nancy Ellers finished an apple core quilt.
Nancy made this for her mother.
|Nancy reminded us men needs chemo hats too.|
|Nancy Wise made a great bag using some corduroy she found in a quilt shop.|
Susie Spicer has made the most of yard sake finds...
|Made with blocks and supplies she got at the sale by Kate Martin's family|
Susie used orphan blocks and yard sale fabrics to make the one block Log cabin quilt tops.
Pat Gardner made the Folded Leaf topper
Elaine made this as a gift for her grandson, based on a painting he did when he was younger.
This quilt of Elaine's granddaughter Elaina is based on a photo her daughter sent.
Elaine is entering this birch tree piece into the "Global Murmurs" exhibit
Irene Bow made this piece from an old kit. Her daughter, Cathy Schmeider, quilted it for her.
Connie shared some of the Community Service quilts turned in today.
Mary Ellen Ames is in the process of putting the binding on her 3D cube quilt, from a Karen Combs pattern. This was also quilted by Cathy Schmeider.
Lorraine West brought quite a few little projects to share.
Also in this picture are nancy Ellers' "Knitted Knockers" (for more information)
Nancy Schrader finished this quilt for community service.
Our speaker, Tina Somerset, introduced us to the 24 color wheel as part of her trunk show, demonstrating how color does the real work in our quilts.
As an example, she showed how boring this quilt is when viewed as value, rather than colors.
This piece was made in a workshop with Jean Wells
And, just for eye candy- some of Tina's art quilts!
The Quilter's Daughter in Perry Center is calling for quilts for their "Red, White and Gratitude" Quilt show, to be held in November. To Donate:
Quilts should have a patriotic theme
Size is 60" x 80"
Make a label expressing your gratitude to the recipient.
Turn in to the Quilter's Daughter by November 1, 2017.
Next month we'll be learning about threads with Laura Little from Just Threads.