Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Show and Tell for October

We had 10 items for our Show and Tell on October 24th.

Anita shared this study in black and colors. 

Nancy's green top is all quilted!

Bert has been busy!

Bert's sister is lucky to be getting so many gifts!

Bert's sister won't get this one, Bert gets to keep it!

Sharon's granddaughter has great color sense!

Sharon also shared this wonderful top with us. 
Svetlana's scrappy quilt inspired us!
Svetlana shared this wonderful Irish Chain.

Catherine shared her 6 pages in this magazine and showed Cheryl's three pages, Woot woot!

Next Meeting is December 4th

Our next meeting is December 4th when we will have an ornament exchange.

Here's a link to a pinterest board with over 40 ideas for DIY ornaments.

Hope to see you there!

Text Challenge

We only had two projects made for our text challenge. 

Joan made this sign so her husband could spot her in the crowd as he ran the Chicago Marathon. 

Kathy made 6 scrappy coasters using text fabric. 

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Sewathon possible in February

Our very own Tracy Mooney wrote an article for Generation Q magazine about Days for Girls.  which was very well received. If you click on the link you will see what an important endeavor it is. She is hoping there will be a sewathon to help with their cause in February. Stay tuned for details or check with Generation Q's website.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Small Quilt Auction

Here's a flyer that was passed out at our last meeting for those who may have not been there and are interested. 

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Modern Table Runner Challenge

This was my favorite, heirloom smocking to create a gorgeous rainbow!
Kathy finished her Tree Grows in Brooklyn runner a couple of hours before the meeting.
Catherine shared two from her Quilting Arts program with us and the stunning placemats

Anita sent hers in with Nan and is much more stunning than the pic!

Nan created this bright runner from leftovers. 
Bert made this and the next two, all as gifts!
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Sharon saw this type on Facebook and figured it out herself!
Nancy shared 11 of her super fun table runners with us.