|John Roll was able to present the "Military Pride" quilt, which will be turned over to the group in June
|Judi Piscatello won this in an auction at Betty's
|Judi Piscatello is making this for a lucky friend!
|Mary Ellen Ames made this "Jelly Roll Race" quilt
|Mary Ellen Ames French braid
|Kathi and Elaine finished a mosaic type piece begun in the art group
|A better look at Elaine's
|Kathi Everett made a football jersey quilt for her son's college graduation
|Elaine's no sew tote bag- made with staples and duct tape!
|Another no sew bag, made with a paper pattern and packing tape!
|Ethyl Sojda finished this for Community Service
|Ethyl also made this- for her brother in law.
|Mary Ellen Casey finished a community Service quilt, too!
|Karen Frutiget put lessons learned in several classes to good use in this piece.
|Lorraine West was busy over the winter- from the "Nickel quilts" books
|Another "Nickel" quilt from Lorraine
|Lorraine likes to make half square triangles!
|Lorraine West with a table runner made in a class
|Gloria Crittenden- for a fabric challenge in the Clarence guild
The program by Lois Rizzo, who does mostly hand piecing and needle turn applique, was a treat- and an inspiration! Thanks to the volunteers who walked them around the room and patiently allowed us to take pictures!!!
We are planning another bus trip to the Chautauqua Institute in September. Details on the event here.
Contact Kay Lennon to sign up!
Non- members may sign up for the classes with Anita Grossman Soloman beginning in July. More information coming soon.
In June we'll enjoy a visit from the "Runway Addicts" from Cottons, etc in Oneida, NY!