In the news this month, the website for quilt show registrations should be "live" this week. You can give it a try here. Jean Butzer reminded us to fill everything out on the form as completely as you can. Don't forget to write a few sentences about your quilt for the viewers to read!!!
And of course, there's always show and tell!
|Melanie Watson took a class on bobbin work.
|And showed us a new batting for purses.
|Florence Burke made this for a challenge
|Flornce was just playing when she made this one.
|Nancy Lobaugh made this for her niece's wedding. She quilted it herself!
|Nancy got this kit when she, Melanie and Mary Anne went to Houston. She finished hers first!
|Linda Prouty made this paper pieced quilt with leftovers from the wedding quilt she showed at an earlier meeting.
|John Rolle made the flower on the stage for the quilt show. He also gave an update on the military pride quilt.
|Mary Kozub made this flower for the center of her table. She painted the fabric for the petals!
|Elaine finished her piece from the thread painting class in May
|A close up of Elaine's thread painting
|Junamae Quternous made some smaller flowers as gifts!
|Jean Butzer finished her thread painting project, too!
|Ruth Ohol brought a great show of her award winning quilts for us!
|Shakespeare in the park
|A piece made after a workshop with Jinny Beyer