|This bright quilt was a collaborative effort from all members. A number of months ago we had a demo on the propeller block and this is the blocks put together. Karen quilted it and it will be donated to someone through our comfort quilt project.|
|This is Karen's modern dresden quilt with Tula Pink backing.|
|Gloria finished a few small projects her Mom had started some time ago.|
|Look at this beauty! Brenda did this stack n' whack at a workshop awhile ago. Great colors and design. She quilted it on her own longarm machine.|
|Gail showed off her star swap piece she received at the June swap reveal. Her mystery quilter was Cindy Hamilton.|
Stephanie shared this denim quilt made in the memory of her son.
|This a cute wall hanging Stephanie was gifted, hangs in her laundry room.|
|Cindy's star swap piece was made by Brenda Pockett.|
|Cute and bright and great use of some pretty backing fabric that had graced Cindy's shelves for many years.|
|Another demo block quilt top. A version of eye spy. A few borders, sandwich and quilt it and we have another cute quilt for a lucky recipient.|
|A swap fell thru :( so Amy put all her blocks in one basket - I mean quilt. |
I think it's a keeper.
The backing is another color of Tula Pink's line.
|Disappearing scrappy log cabin. Really nice colors.|
|This unicorn swap mini sparkles up close with bead embellishments. It's outstanding.|
|Swap partners know Reneta really dislikes zippers, so she often is a lucky girl getting cute bags as a extra swap gift.|
|Trick or treat! this little mini is on its way to a happy quilter.|
|Pineapples Delight! Reneta is not giving this one away, it's a favorite. Up close it is immaculately free hand quilted|
by Night Owl Quilting (Lori Suss)
|And this is the back. Her smile says it all!|
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