Show & Tell September 2011

Wow! What a great meeting we all had on Wednesday. Mary Pal gave a wonderful presentation. You must go see her work on her web page if you missed it. It was stunning. Her web site is:

These are some of the Show & Tell items from the meeting. I wasn’t able to stay to the end, so did not get the names of the quilt makers. If you see your quilt or know the names of the makers, please leave a comment and I will update the page.

This animal quilt is just beautiful. I love all the details and fabrics used. Love it!!!

This next quilt is a beautiful scrappy quilt. Look at all those triangles. Doesn’t it make you want to dive into your stash and start piecing something?

Isn’t this the cutest baby quilt. I love the little teddy bears.

This is a cute i-spy hexagon quilt. Can’t you see your kids or grandkids cuddling up in it?

I love this big nine patch quilt. It’s so amazing all the different designs you can make with a nine patch. Just gorgeous!!

I love this kaleidoscopic quilt. It’s like twisted squares. I just love the images the squares make when they are put together. Beautiful!!!

This next quilt has so many wonderful details. The quilting, the turned black edges of the Cathedral window style blocks. Love it!!

And to finish, I thought I would share the community quilts table. The ladies in the guild have been working hard all summer. Isn’t this amazing? Quilters’ are so generous.

I hope you enjoyed this little show.

If you have any questions, feel free to email the Guild’s email found on the contact page.

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