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Show and Tell
February 2012

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Dana Bard (right) and friends hold a collection of Molas she purchased near Panama

Wanda Pollock (right) helped by Show & Tell coordinator Paulyne Ward, shows a Rail Fence

Sher Acheson shows a beautiful quilt she made, cutting it all using scissors

Sue McIver holds a Strippy quilt
Dana holds a variety of Amish pieces

Anita holds two iron caddies while Wands holds a leaf quilt made with a kit she purchased at last fall's retreat
Bonnie Hunter, Doreen Sawyer and Anita Johnson each hold treasured baby quilts they made

Sandy Hill is proud to show her recently finished Roundabout quilt
Sandy, Paulyne and Maxine Palmeter hold a collection of doll quilts
Carmelle Garant made landscapes and Paulyne shows a Puzzle Star
Lots of Peppermint Twist quilts were part of this month's show & tell 
Carmelle and Sher
Wanda and Joline
Liz models a gorgeous sweatshirt jacket she made in Lynda Coffey's workshop

Nancy Marshall holds a very nice bear panel quilt
Maxine holds a 10-minute table runner while Lynda Coffey shows a quilted cover for her Cricut (dye cutting machine)

Pat is using scraps members and friends gave her for a wedding gift to make this stunning quilt

Maxine shows an antique basket quilt made by her "Grammie Hatton"
Lots of small projects—Sher holds a Dresden plate block, Sandy holds a Patch Abilities design and Dana holds a mug tote

Although orange is not her color, Liz is keeping this Fiesta quilt

Sue McIver holds a pretty bed runner
Pat holds an Amish piece she quilted and Liz shows a Strippy quilt
Some of Pat's "dreaded" Beautiful in Black blocks ended up being pillows and Dana holds an eagle

After all these years, Dana finally made a quilters' tote
Joline shows her grandson's first birthday gift made with a Richard Scarry panel and a clothesline bowl