Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Quilt Guild Show and Tell

Hello Everyone,

Last Thursday was quilt guild and I remembered my camera!! So I wanted to share with you some photos of some great quilts that were shown.


Each stone has a sentiment written on it.


A red "T" quilt.


A charity quilt.


This quilt is a FABULOUS Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt that Leslie brought in.  She had the top and sent it off the the Mennonites in PA to be hand quilted and finished.


They did simple stitch in the ditch, but look at these blocks and the connector diamonds!  Amazing!!


This is a true heirloom... Leslie make sure you get it appraised... ;)


A Seasonal Table Runner finished from the workshop that I taught.


A Zig Zag quilt.


Another charity quilt.


A baby quilt.


A jelly roll race quilt.  Love it in black and white.


A Sampler UFO finish!!


Another sampler complete with BIG stitch quilting done with Perle Cotton.

Hope you enjoyed the show and tell.  Come back tomorrow to see the lecturer and the activity we did.

Until Next Time...

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9 comments:

Rafael's Mum said...

Love the quilt with the stones, and what an amazing charity quilt! The lucky person to win that!!

Suburban Stitcher said...

that grandmothers flowers quilt is absolutely stunning! truly an heirloom...and all hand quilted?!?! wow.

Lesley said...

What beautiful quilts! Especially Love the "T" quilt and Grandmothers Flower Garden.

Helen said...

Absolutely awesome that grandmother's Flower Garden quilt. Do I detect some 30's reproductions? Hope to make this stunning quilt one day! First need to find 'time' ;)

Stephanie said...

Great way to start my day with quilt show and tell. Fabulous job everyone.

Michele said...

Lots of eye candy and talent in that room!

WoolenSails said...

Love the first one, have seen some art pieces like that and won a book for sea quilts and items, so planning on making something similar.

Debbie

Barb said...

thanks for sharing show and tell.
I love the T quilt and the GFG -
they are all terrific

pasqueflower said...

Great pics! My favorite is the Grandmother's Flower Garden.

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