|You have to get close to see the sun and moon Martha Lorshbaugh quilted into this piece of fabric Ice-dyed by Mary Kozub
|Martha made herself a pocket necklace
|And a case for her tablet computer
|Kathy Belluscio got a lot finished while recovering from knee surgery.
|Kathy did some applique
|And even some hand quilting!
|Mary Elloen Casey finished the project she started in a class with Esterita Austin
|Terry McGuire made a "Lasagna" quilt.
|Barb Brady has also been busy- a wool felt runner,
|A little snowman quilt,
|The sweetest little banner,
|Stockings hung by the chimney with care,
|And a mini quilt.
|Donna Tomski got the binding on her Christmas quilt, which was cozy to sleep under even without the binding!
|Ann Renica made a couple of lap quilts. This was an adaptation of the "Jelly Roll Race" quilt.
|Ann's second lap quilt, using fabric she got at the flea market in January.
|Elaine Ross tried some "Sashiko" quilting.
|Elaine calls this piece, "Really, I went to Bermuda" (you have to see the fabulous quilting on this one up close, too!)
|The back of Elaine's quilt.
|New member Dawn Piazza shows off her bright beauty- made completely by hand!
First Place: Karen Frutiger
Second Place: Kathi Everett
Third Place: Mary Kozub
Creativity/ Originality: Beth Anderson
Use of Color: Connie Grimsley
Applique: Susan Rathbun
Hand Quilting: Kate Martin
Machine Quilting: Martha Lorshbaugh
The March meeting will be a work session to finish up some Community Service quilts. Check your newsletter for more information!