It’s a more limited selection this month — members must be saving their quilted items until after gift giving! Because unlike in-person Show & Tells, the virtual edition can be seen by anyone 🙂
Janice Tulloch: My second attempt at The Libs Elliot pattern “ Rebel” it went better the second time by not closely reading the instructions!
Alexis Mongeau: Haven’t quilted this yet, but wanted to show off my Bohemian style quilt. Daryl from last month’s Shop of the Month (Fabric Spark) was talking about them and when I looked them up on Pinterest, I knew I would love to make one.
Carol Darou: This is my block of the month from last year. I used all William Morris prints and I’m over the moon with how it turned out. Thanks Mary for inspiring me with your blocks!
Glenna Church: This is an Ombre Log Cabin quilt. Made and Quilted by Glenna Church a gift for my new neighbors.
Glenna Church: This is a quilt pattern by Pine Tree Country Quilts made with 4 Ombré fabrics in Log Cabin style. I made and quilted for a nephew.
Louise Gour: This quilt was made with a layer cake that I won as a door prize during my very first workshop with our guild. This is the first time that I’ve done a full size quilt with no set pattern. I got out my graph paper and did some math. Bought the brown and cream fabric. Then crossed my fingers that it would all work out ok. 🤞 I used a template tool called a ‘lil twister to make the blocks. You have to sew together a 9 patch and then use the template to cut the squares again. Then you sew the twister blocks up to make one 12 inch block. Every 12 inch block was sewn together twice! It was a good learning experience. However, now that this project is done that “lil twister is going into a dark corner of my sewing room. I won’t be using it for a very long time. 😉
Louise Gour: I got out my graph paper and did some math.
Lois MacLean: Prism quilt pattern by Marcus Fabrics size 45 × 55 I used an Ombre Sky Jelly roll by Jennifer Sampou
Kathy Smallwood: I made this one for a 92 year-old-lady who has just gone into a nursing home. She loves cats, so now she will have cats with her as long as she has the quilt.
Kathy Smallwood: This is a quilt I made for my husband’s niece’s new baby born the end of October.
Anna Cornell: Some of the 3 layer masks I will be mailing to my family.
Anna Cornell: Decided my brain needed some stimulation. Took Marsha Mcloskey’s on line course for “ Feathered Star Blocks- really hard blocks that take a long time to make “ Started by learning to draft the block which has 135 pieces.Then took the measurements from the draft to actually make the block, there was no pattern for the pieces. Second photo shows my drafting. This is the first of six feathered star blocks which will be a new quilt for me.
Moira Bell: Queen sized 2016 Border Creek Station Mystery Quilt – Queen size. Started in 2016, finally finished this year. It was a fun quilt to make. Quilted by Gail Bury of Stone Road Quilting.
Moira Bell: Made memory quilts for my 3 daughters. Their grandmother Bell loved cats and her blouses were used to make many of the cats. Pattern is Pins and Paws by Missouri Star
Moira Bell: Started this at a foundation piecing class at Sew Crafty a few years ago. Finished earlier this year. Pattern is poinsettia table topper by Quiltworxs, Judy Niemeyer Quilting.
Cathy Price: This is my Marshal quilt, a mystery pattern by Jen Kingwell. It’s not quilted yet, and it was fun and challenging to do. But everyone knows I like that kind of thing.
Leona Blair: Scrappy Strip lap quilt made from a kit and quilted by herself.
Leona Blair: Apple table runner quilted by herself on her home machine.
Leona Blair: Front and back of Bed of Roses quilt. Leona hand appliquéd the flowers and Janice Trudel did the long arm quilting.
Leona Blair: Back of the Bed of Roses quilt quilted by Janice Trudel.
Marlene Starkman: Begonia knapsack by Blue Calla Patterns. I reduced it to 80% and used vinyl and laminate so it is fully waterproof for my 2-year-old great nephew.
Marlene Starkman: Facemasks and a zipper pouch for my 4-year-old great niece who is now back at school
Marlene Starkman: First ZOOM workshop