a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
February 2011

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Dianne Finnegan (left), helped by Show & Tell coordinator Liz Trouant, holds a heart quilt that will be donated to the
Food and Fuel Alliance for Washington County folks

Another fabulous scrap quilt, Old Glory,  made by Mary Louise Peters (left); this one used Thimbleberries fabrics

Pat Wyeth, well known for her beautiful color pallet, holds a Kaffe Fassett-inspired quilt

Geri Reynolds holds an original design for a commissioned Native American quilt

Lynda Coffee holds a collection of vintage crazy quilt blocks made with a variety of silk fabrics

Joanne Spencer made a jungle quilt for grandson Nolan's first birthday

Using a Green Tea Bali Pop, Joanne holds a Mood Swing quilt

Liz (right) shows a Weekender Quilt she started at a quilters retreat at the Homeport Inn a few years ago

Lynda downloaded embroidery design from the Internet to create "From My Garden Window"

Joanne Spencer (above) recently took a Paths and Stiles workshop taught by Dana Bard and Joline Cook. 

This is Eva Severance's reversed-color placement version of
Paths and Stiles

Bonnie Hunter and Theresa Wright made a batik, Dove in the Window quilt to benefit Greenland Point 
It was machine quilted by Dianne Hodgkins of E. Corinth

Pat shows 10 years of scraps in this quilt

Lynda shows Peace in the Forest, a Quilt with a View pattern designed by Anita Shackelford

Using her dad's neckties, Lynda made a beautiful jacket with black velvet sleeves