We had a fun time at our February meeting on Thursday. We were short a few members due to Quilt Con, but had a great show and tell by several guild members.
Here’s Rachel showing us her quickly-put-together lattice quilt that she’s donating to charity.
Kati showed us a variation she put together of her modern log cabins quilt.
Amy made this adorable dog quilt for her daughter’s birthday.
And here’s Sarah’s Valentine’s quilt top…
as well as her x and + top, which she paired with this really bright raspberry solid.
Jane’s son is getting married, so she put together this queen sized quilt top.
Here’s Richard‘s take on a double helix DNA strand using plus blocks.
Barbie showed us her dresden wave mini quilt featuring Art Gallery’s Pure Elements. The pattern can be found in the current issue of Fat Quarterly.
Richard also made this whirligig quilt out of Architectures…
with a fun, offset block on the back.
And to round things off, Jenny showed us the pillow she made using the Somerset Star technique Colleen taught at one of our guild meetings a few months ago.
Thanks to everyone for coming and sharing your work! It’s always fun to see what each other is working on, offer support, and mingle.
This month’s demo/lesson was on binding by machine and by hand.
Here are just a few resources for those of you who may want to try something new.