This quilt has the most amazing embroidery...where you think there is fabric, it is actually created with thread. This photo does not do the quilt justice. The colors were deep greens and rich purples.
|Embroidered quilt by Jen M.|
|close-up detail by Jen M.|
This is a H U G E I-Spy quilt by Jan M. Jan said she had so many I-Spy blocks that she has another top equally as large.
|I-Spy by Jan M.|
This is the Kinda Kansas Dugout. It started as a club mystery quilt project. The border pieces were cut the wrong size and wouldn't fit around the center, so it sat in a bag for 2 years. Once I discovered my triangulations software, this border was made. It still took forever.
|Kinda Kansas Dugout by Kat S.|
This is the back of the Kansas Dugout. All those leftover pieces were stitched together and included between the yardage.
|Kinda Kansas Dugout - back|
Presidents 'Going-Out' Gift
This month is the end of year for club officers - a changing of the guard. Our going-out president, Jean, was gifted with a lovely basket of 1930's fat quarter collection, accompanied with a new pattern and a gift card to buy fabric for the backing. She will have to make her own quilt. LOL
Show and Tell
Jen made this beautiful quilt for her first granddaughter. The colors are so radiant with black, limes and fuscia.
|Baby Quilt by Jen M.|
This is the most recent comfort quilt that was made as a club project. Everyone made a star block with blue and yellow. Some members put it together and Valerie B. quilted it on her mid arm. We will keep it on hand until it is needed.
The next 3 quilts were made by Joyce D. They are made for one of our charity missions - the childrens ward at the local hospital. Joyce is our biggest provider of childrens comfort quilts. Thank you, Joyce!
|Rail Fence by Joyce D|
|Scrappy 9-Patch by Joyce D|
|Bowtie by Joyce D|