Thursday, January 20, 2011

January Show and Tell

Close up of Dodie's Snowman Bikers quilt

The January meeting always draws a crowd, since we have our annual Flea Market and the presentation of the Challenge quilts. (The Challenge quilts will be shown in a separate post once the display is up at the Library)
Thanks to Karen and Annie for helping us with Show and Tell this month!!!  And Thanks to Melanie for getting the pictures I didn't or couldn't!
Apologies to any items mislabeled.  We had the back up crew doing pictures this time, and my memory is full of holes!

by Kim Sherman

Kim Sherman

Kim Sherman

Ethyl Sojda
close up of the quilting

Mary Lee did some snow dyeing

Mary Ellen Casey
 Melanie warned us this is the same casserole carrier she had a disaster with not long ago- so be careful!
Mary Ellen Casey is still adding the heads to the snakes for a grandchild's quilt

The back of the snake quilt also has snakes!

Tracy Jachimowicz- from an applique class

Dodie Morrison's grandson's graduation quilt

The whole biker snowmen quilt Dodie made.  For a son-in-law(?)

Martha made some mug rugs

Diana Sikora is getting a new grandbaby!
In February, we'll be enjoying a presentation by Margaret Reek on her recent trip teaching quilting to women in Africa!  She will also be doing a workshop for those who have chosen to attend.
Come back after Feb 2 for the Challenge show.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

December Holiday Party & Show n' Tell

We had a wonderful holiday party with plenty of delicious food and some great gifts in our 2nd annual gift exchange. I made this...and Mary Ann Watson chose it, so now it has a good home!
This will be my show and tell since I don't even remember what I showed now and I always forget to get a picture of mine! ( I am the unofficial photographer at our guild meetings!)

Tracy Jachimowicz made the snap bag and this quilt.
Martha Lorshbaugh made these knitted felted lizards.

Kathy Belluscio made the Christmas stockings and the cute doll.

Nancy Lobaugh's flag quilt. I do believe this is her first quilt!
Kate Martin's Yo-Yo quilt and tablerunner. That's alot of yo-yo's!

Cathy Juskins' Buzz Lightyear quilt.
Elaine Ross show us her paintstick wreath and a poinsettia wallhanging.

Carolyn Kurek and Pat Gardner showed us their tied pillows.
Ann Renica's sashiko stitched quilt.

Remember the January Flea Market!