We also got to enjoy seeing results of the row robins as they were passed back to the original owners. Everyone seemed to be thrilled with what they got, and were eager to assemble them!
|Kathy Belluscio (?)
Many of the ladies who stayed in August showed off their completed jelly roll quilts. (and tops) What a nice variety!
|Nancy Ellers' new Halloween quilt. (Love the quilting!)
|Betty Hobbs made this to be raffled by the American Legion in Leroy
|Eula Serrino made these for her great nieces
|Bethany Anderson's UFO
|Martha Lorshbaugh has been knitting, not quilting
|Mary Ellen Ames pieced this and Val Schultz quilted it
|Mary Ellen Ames
|Mary Ellen's finished project from the bargello class earlier this year.
|Turtle pouch for Mary Ellen's grand daughter
|Mary Anne Watson made this pillow with "texture magic"
|Julie Brandon was playing with an image and made these two pieces
|Carol McNally made some baby quilts as gifts
|Cathy Belluscio for community service
|Cathy made this in her very first quilt class
|Cathy Judkins machine embroidered this pumpkin in a class
|Mary Lu Hodgins found these in an antique shop and is wondering what to do with them
|Ann Renica playing with the "corners" technique
|Elaine Ross was inspired by a hotel carpet
|Elaine Ross- fall birch trees
|Tracy Jachimowicz's "shoebox" quilt
|MelanieWatson made this potholder in a Superior threads class
|Another superior threads project- a quilter's tool apron
|Cheryl Doody is making four of these gingerbread baby quilts
|Nancy Bush is a summer member. Sje won best in show at the Pike fair with this wool applique she made in Texas last winter
Don't forget the October meeting is at the First Presbyterian Church, 300 E Main St. We will be enjoying a visit with our national teacher, Wendy Butler Berns.