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January 2022 Show & Tell

Our Show & Tell in January covers two months, and boy have members been busy!

Glenna Churchill: Designed by Shannon Bowie, Maple Cottage Designs, Rhapsody Whirl Christmas Table Runner made from pre cut 5 inch squares, pieced and quilted by Glenna.

Glenna Churchill: A quilt as you go baby quilt.

Norma Willows: Vintage Tin which I personalize with my husband’s license plates and changed some of the vehicles to matche his restored ones. Lot of embroidery.

Norma Willows: Two snowman are for my grandson, the first one is a couch pillow and second is a tree shirt.

Rose Nichol: All quilts and bags were made as Christmas gifts, pieced and quilted by Rose. Birdsong and Lanterns are patterns from Sew Kind of Wonderful

Rose Nichol: Canada 1- Hope Pattern by Ge Designs, made for her niece in the U.S. who she hasn’t been able to see

Rose Nichol: Travel Bag is a By Annie Pattern

Rose Nichol: Block 1 and 2 of our 2021-22 Block of the Month

Glenna Churchill: Blocks 1, 2 and 3 Blocks of the Month, 2021-22

Donna Farrow: Dresden Block of the Month, 2021-22 BOM

Lana Powell: Three Blocks from the “How Does Your Garden Grow: BOM for 2021-22.

Sue Cherry: This is a Round Robin quilt started several years ago with QuiltCo, but then tidied away – that is “lost”.  Found this summer, and completed in time to hang up this Christmas. Quilted by Karen MacPherson.

Kathy Smallwood: More quilts for cousin’s kids – done during 2021

Kathy Smallwood: I recently completed this brown and blue quilt for my cousin’s 50th wedding anniversary.

Kathy Smallwood: This quilt is for another cousin who turned 75 last October.

Sandy Pulham: I made this quilt for a friend. The jelly roll is from the guild shop of the month win. Quilt pattern is Roll Play.

Sandra Blair: These four quilts are baby quilts I made for Heart to Heart group

Sandra Blair: This fabric and a pattern has been sitting in my stash for a number of years.  I made a youth quilt and still have enough leftover to make another one.

Lynn Green: Queen size quilt for my 12 year old granddaughter, gifted to her at Christmas 2021. Pattern is my version of Fat Quarter Fancy by Carolyn Critchfield of Sew Can She. Instead of using fat quarters I used yardage and made the blocks 9.5” finished. Quilted by Jen Swallow of Happy Wife Quilting.  

Lynn Green: King size quilt using the pattern Easy Going by Christa Watson of Christa Quilts, with pillow shams I made.  Again, quilted by Jen Swallow of Happy Wife Quilting.  This one is for me!

Lynn Green: King size Chevron quilt made for my son and girlfriend and gifted for Christmas. Pieced by me and quilted by Jen Swallow at Happy Wife Quilting. I also made pillow shams to go with it.

Donna Farrow: 2020-21 Block of the Month put together and quilted.

Donna Farrow: Two Christmas Gifts, a wine bottle table runner and a shopping bag

Evelyne Michaud: Stellar breeze. This quilt is all straight sewing, but when it is assembled it shows curves.. It was quilted by Carol Darou

Evelyne Michaud: This is my carpenter star quilt all finished. I really like the piano border on it.. It was quilted by Carol Darou

Evelyne Michaud: I learned how to make curvy log cabin squares and made this Christmas wall hanging from it.

Anna Cornel: Found the paper pieced pattern for this “Tall trim the tree” by C.Edgeton when tidying my sewing room. Originally had planned to make it with a friend. I made one for a Christmas present and was happy with the result so made another for me using antique mother of pearl buttons. I used a thick backing which kept the tree firm enough to decorate it with my most cherished handmade ornaments. No need to water, no shed needles and it rolls up for storage !

Alexis Mongeau: I have been enjoying making Zendoodle quilts this past year. I love the simplicity and the simple colour choices. Also I get to practice all my free motion quilting designs. Not great at taking pictures. The yellow in the 2nd picture is very bright.

Janice Trudel: “Monstera” wall hanging from the Hawaiian appliqué workshop I took with Sue Sherman. This was my first experience with needle turn applique and hand quilting.

Marlene Spruyt: I finished this scrappy quilt and first time walking foot quilting horizontal wavy lines from edge to edge

Hope Bell: “Cat” quilt was an Xmas gift for my niece. The colored dots on the back are a morse code message.

Hope Bell: My Modern Quilt Guild, mini exchange for this year. It’s going to a lady in California who uses “mermaid” in her social media names and loves the ocean.

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