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Show and Tell
January 2008

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Lots and lots of show and tell this month.  In addition to a variety of different techniques and patterns, several members brought their Take 5 quilts and Super-Sized Nine-Patch quilts made at this month's workshops. 

Sharon Bala (left) and Liz Trouant hold the beautiful quilt we made for Quilt Pink. 
Thank you Marcia Carlow for coordinating the event and Dana Bard who will be doing the machine quilting.
For more Quilt Pink '07 pictures click here.

Liz holds an adorable birdhouse wallhanging...


..and shows one of Bonnie Hunter's tips for using plastic canvas to stabilize a small or odd-shaped quilt for hanging.

Eva Severance (left) stole the show with her "Ghosts of Projects Past" scrap quilt

Leona Juranty holds a stained glass deer

...and a Twisted Tails quilt started in 1998 in one of Bonnie's classes

Jen Lacasse used scraps from her Take 5 lap quilt to make a table runner

Lynda Coffey (right) holds a Sashiko pillow her friend made her for Christmas


A proud "auntie-to-be," Mary Anne Spearin holds a baby quilt she made using alphabet fabrics

Edie Marsh (left) holds a vintage summer coverlet her friend found in Michigan for $5

Mary Anne Spearin (left) holds a wedding quilt her mother-in-law, Bonnie Hunter, made using blocks guests signed at the reception.

Constance King shows a quilt she made with blocks given to her by Shirley Slauenwhite

Jen Lacasse holds a runner made with cabin blocks


Liz shows a casserole carrier
(will be a fall '08 workshop)

Sherly King holds a very pretty floral star quilt

Jane Eaton always WOWs us with her original designs!  This one was made REALLY scrappy

Here she holds a "leftovers" Jewel Box with a very interesting, pieced border

New grandma, Joanne Spencer, holds a baby quilt she made and machine quilted

Leona Juranty holds a cuddly, flannel rag quilt

Shirley Slauenwhite holds her hand-quilted 1930s pinwheel quilt

Made by Teresa Porter, Leona (left) holds a Smokey Mountain Stars quilt given her for Christmas