During the business meeting, we got out first look at the raffle quilt, which was being delivered to Val Schultz for quilting.
Show and tell featured some nice Christmas projects.
Shirley got the panel to make this at one of our annual flea markets.
Donna Tomski made this paper pieced tree skirt for her granddaughter,
a cute little table runner ,
and some paper pieced cards from a Carol Doak book
Alex Hammon made little crocheted bookmarks for the girls in her girl scout troop,
and crocheted ornaments
Kevin Hammon painted this on commission for a gift.
Kathy Belluscio enjoyed doing hand stitching on this sweet little snowman quilt.
Chris Kuehl is working on this flannel quilt as a gift for her husband.
Then, it was time for Brunch!
Once the meeting ended, we all lined up to try out all the goodies!
Doesn't it all look wonderful!
Then, members who had brought some Christmas projects went table to table to share them.
Shirley Lapp used the "quilt as you go" method for this stocking.
Bonnie Reigle shared her little gift card holder ornaments.
Triangle Frenzy" projects.
Jean Butzer has made these from batting, wool, fleece. Just cute!
Don't forget the Challenge quilts- using the theme of "Architecture" are due in January, when we will also have our annual flea market. (am I the only one who hasn't even started???)