Sunday, December 13, 2009

Test photo of this beautiful sampler by Doreen


I am now the new blog lady..just doing a dummy run..

Friday, December 4, 2009

November Show & Tell

Just in time (it's the December meeting tomorrow - yikes!) I'm posting the November Show & Tell.

First up is a picture of what happens when someone brings fabric to fossick through :-)
Alison wanted one of Griet Lombard's one-of-kind handbags when we visited her on our Mystery Bus Trip recently. The one she wanted got sold before she could put her hand on it so she commissioned Griet to make her one in turquoise. The photo isn't so clear but the bag is lovely. Karen also showed her Griet bag but the photo disappeared into the ether.
This is my scrappy quilt called God's Eye (after the wool and stick weaving we did when we were kids)
And the horrifically bright ziz zag quilt finally got finished (it's alright for me to say this, it's my quilt - ha, ha)
I also made this bag - and I'm not a bag person
Donna demonstrated these Christmas tree ornaments
Maria showed us her lovely Double Wedding Ring quilt top which is being sent off to the quilters. We won't see it again - it's going to a wedding!
Margaret made this lovely stack 'n' whack
Frances G showed us her miniature house wall hanging
and her very cute teddy bear quilt
The applique on Myra's bag was lovely
Tracey made this ever-popular bug quilt
and this absolutely gorgeous rose wall hanging
Karen C showed us her country style sampler quilt
Illeen made this very simple but very sweet lap quilt from 4 1/2" squares. I love the fabric.
Rosalie was making good progress on her community quilt. It ended up a lot bigger than this and is now finished and distributed

Rose made a wonderful job of this Japanese Cranes quilt
Judith used a variety of techniques in this heart quilt
Lynette finished her row by row quilt with a Halloween theme
Brenda has finished her first quilt. It took while but she got there!
Heather showed the Tiki quilt made from a Kiwiquilts pattern
and she has finished quilting her Perfectly Imperfect quilt.Barbara finished her round robin quilt

And finishing with an animal theme Rae made this very cute dachshund wall hangingand Amy showed us her progress with the blocks from Griet Lombard's cat pattern. You goota love their expressions.