Sunday, May 26, 2019

Yes, you May!

There was a lot to enjoy at the May show and tell!

Martha Lorshbaugh showed the "Jake the Pirate" quilt she made for her gradson's upcoming 4th birthday.

Nancy Ellers finished this community service quilt.

Nancy used leftovers from John Kubiniec's class to make this.  The quilting turned the arcs into flowers.
While on retreat Nancy used scraps to piece this donation quilt.

Also on retreat, Nancy made the best of small bits of fabric

Nancy had wanted to try the "Ten Minute block" , and this quilt is the result!

Nancy needed a table topper for a round table.

This was made for a friend of nancy's who recently lost her dog.

Conie Grimsley attended an educator's workshop where commonly the question. "What did Clay say?" was asked.  This quilt is a gift for the instructor...
... signed by all the class participants.

Donna Sofokles made a "Gypsy Wife" quilt all in reds and white. 
Even using red and white on the back didn't put much of a dent in her stash.  (she donated the book to the raffle, since she will NOT be making another of these!)

Jean BUtzer showed her miniature wagon wheel (or Rolling stone) quilt, which won an award at the Clarence show in April.

Frances Zabawa was working on this at the February retreat. Now it's finished!

Frances regrets her choice of the center square in this log cabins, as it looks like Fs.  (it's still very pretty!)

Christine Hansen showed us her new favorite quilt- made for her by Carol McNally.

                                         Cathy Judkins' new jacket

Cathy made this in a workshop she recently attended.

Nancy Wise went to Panama and was thrilled to come home with this fabulous Mola.  It's made with 6 layers of fabric!

Chris Kuehl dug out an old UFO and finished her piece from the Mary Diamond workshop.  The back (above) is as pretty as the front (below)!

Several members of the ArtCGirlz showed fabric they dyed in their indigo dyeing workshop earlier this month.
Chris Kuehl



Cynda Watroba

Mary Ellen Casey

Mary Ellen

Sign-ups are now open for the classes in October with Linda M Poole.  (see the flyer in the link above right)  Please share this information with friends from other guilds!  Non-members may sign  up after the June meeting.

REMINDER! bring your challenge quilts to the June meeting, as they will be on display at the Richmond Memorial Library during the month of July.  If you've lost your entry form a link to the form can be found here!