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Sunday, February 11, 2018

February 2, 2018 Crocus Quilt Guild Meeting - Show & Tell

Reneta has received another great bag from one of the many swaps she takes part in.

This is a beautiful quilt Reneta made with Australian inspired fabrics.


Amy was digging into UFO's and finished up a couple of small projects.

Cheri  made a jelly roll strip quilt and quilted it on her long arm machine.

Cute baby quilt.

Joan dazzled us with this "String Me Along" scrap quilt.

Here's a close up.

Dawn was busy making baskets for the guests for her future daughter in laws wedding shower.

Marian used the blocks from our Christmas exchange to make this cute little bag.

Genny finished this kids quilt from the guild stash.

Lori made this lug nuts runner for a sample from a class she recently taught.

Kristin mastered free motion quilting on this great baby quilt she made for her bundle of joy coming in March.

Brenda has been working on finishing up started projects.  This one is huge, this picture is the back.....

This is the front.

Karen  made this darling quilt with great memories of the friend who started it.

Karen's flannel rag quilt.

Karen P. made this quilt to use up orphan blocks from the guild cupboard.

Cute Baby quilt.




Beth has been busy making bowl holders, baskets and  comfort  bags ( to heat).

This quilt is called "Traction"  this newest pattern from Highway 10 designs by Lori & Kathy

Pat had fun monkeying around with this flannel rag quilt.  

Genny finished this quilt she had started at the Fabriculous Retreat this past October.  She had it basted by Night Owl Quilting and did the free motion work on her domestic machine.

And the Winner is!!!  this is going to be raffled at Dawn's sons wedding social.  it's going to make someone really happy.


Shalane made this bag for herself, zippers, straps, buckles, who said quilting was only making blankets.

Cheri pieced this bay quit and did a great job with the quilt design.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, once again for the wonderful eye candy and inspiration ladies. I enjoy each post and revel in the talent within your group. Happy stitching.

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