Thursday, September 14, 2017

September 7, 2017 

Crocus Quilt Guild  1st meeting of the Fall.

We enjoyed a great evening, really good turnout of members, new & old, 37 quilters if I counted right.  Here is the show & tell.

Joy showed of the pretty cases she is making for essential oils.

Joan showed off this awesome star creation. Very nice colors.

Reneta still has a scrap stash after completing this quilt.

Reneta takes part in many internet quilt swaps, these are a few of the pieces she has received recently.

Stack N whack.  the original fabric was flamingos, this is her "Vegas Baby" quilt. the back is a soft cuddly minky fabric.  Martini glasses in the quilt design.

"Oh Dear"  is the name of this quilt pattern. Amy did a nice job on the whole quilt and check out panto quilting she did herself at Fabriculous..

Lori explained how she wanted to save the background fabric from being to cut up.  She created this piece for the challenge she took part in for the Gilbert Plains Quilt Guild.

Quilting goes far beyond table toppers and bed quilts, this "one hour basket" Lori made will come in handy for her daughter in university.

Genny explained how this quilt was a mystery quilt from many years ago that she finally got finished this summer.

This fancy forest bunny with his studious glasses inspired Genny to create a portrait  image.  She named him "the Professor"

Gloria made this striking piece without a pattern. Just made it up!

Sandra showed of this pretty place mat and asked for our opinion on the binding, use matching flowered fabric or gray?  We all liked the flowered fabric, but didn't like it when we found out she will soon be moving to Alberta.  That's a little far away to come for our meetings.  We will miss her.

Mona did a terrific job on this stack n' whack beauty.

Gail & Eleanor worked on this quilt together.  It will be a raffle prize for a lucky organization in Roblin.

Cindy had two new grandbabies this summer, this is for one of them.  It is so cute.

Sewing machine mat that Amy was gifted from a swap partner.

Quess who's this is?  Amy was a lucky girl to be the recipient of these wonderful pieces from the many swaps she takes part in.

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