Friday, December 8, 2017

December 7, 2017 Crocus Quilter's Guild Show & Tell

Reneta created another stunning scrap buster quilt.

This will grace a lucky someone's Christmas tree soon as Reneta adds the final touches.

This is a favorite pattern of Reneta's, she has made a few in different colors.

I don't know where she finds the time.  Reneta is involved in many online swaps and this photo and the next 4 are some of the great pieces she has received in exchange.  The little basket she shows off is filled with more pieces, too many to pull out.

Great minds think alike, Reneta and her quilting friend Amy made each other this same quilt, totally unaware of what each other were making for an exchange.  If you look back at last months post, you'll see the one Amy received.

Beth has been busy making quilts, baskets, potholders & placemats.

Dawn created this beautiful quilt while relaxing at her cabin.

This panel quilt was quilted for a friends newly born granddaughter.  It has a great new silky minky type backing.

Stephanie has the quilting bug.  She said her first quilt took 4 years, this one about a month. Way to go! Well done.

Brenda will be gifting a luck friend this huge and very detailed quilt for Christmas.

Kristin shows off her soon to be finished first quilt for her soon to be born baby.  She thanked many guild members for all their help.

Ernestine made this cute Christmas stocking and the lap quilt below, which she said did not start out as this pattern. 

Lori made a set of 4 new cushion covers to adorn her comfy couch.

Cindy showed off 3 different flannel rag quilts she has made and told us of her many challenges with backing fabric.

Shalane is a new quilter, but WOW look at this row by row quilt, and it's her first quilt.  This summer she traveled to about 15 different quilt stores to purchase the row by row kits and chose her favorites to complete this beauty.  She won a prize at Morden's quilt shop for bringing in her finished quilt.

Nina  showed off this big quilt which she says is a gift for her sister's 25th to 30th Anniversary. She utilized left over pieces on the back when she discovered the backing fabric wasn't wide enough.

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