a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
March 2007

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Mary Louise Peters shows a beautiful, scrappy Friendship Star quilt

Sandy Hill (above) and Teresa Porter (right) made stunning appliquéd horse wallhangings

Shirley Slauenwhite (right) shows a pretty star quilt she made using Tri-Recs tools, Lynda Coffey helps.

"Put on your sunglasses," says Leona Juranty of her Being Koi quilt made at Joline Cook's recent workshop

Jana Markow


Teresa Porter

Mary Ann O'Brien used a different setting

Jen Lacasse

Sharon Bala proudly shows off her 2006 Block of the Month
Hearts Aplenty

Joanne Spencer and a very cute Flip Flop quilt; her first
project with a new machine!  Great job!

Ginny Tabor (left) holds a "delicious" green apple quilt

Ginny again, this time with a Trip Around the World

Jen Lacasse holds her tenth Stack 'n Whack quilt

Just in time for Easter is Sharon Bala's bunny

Expecting her first grandchild soon, Joanne Spencer
shows a cuddly baby quilt

Teresa Porter and a lap quilt made using
pre-printed horse squares

Lynda Coffey (left) holds "A Little Bit of Blue"

Ginny Tabor (left) holds a beautiful Double Irish Chain quilt

Bonnie Hunter shows Carpenter's Star
made using batik fabrics

Liz Trouant made potholders
with jar blocks she won a few months ago

Jen Lacasse holds a Watercolor Heart

Bonnie Hunter and her whimsical Straddling Moose

Teresa Porter shows a t-shirt quilt she made for her granddaughter

Ginny Tabor and a beautiful bargello quilt

Sharon Bala holds a quilt she made with basket blocks from a guild Block of the Month project

Smokey Mountain Stars made  by Teresa Porter

Jen Lacasse and a Smokey Mountain Stars

Teresa and another Smokey Mountain Stars

Liz shows a Peppermint Twist lap quilt she made
in one of Bonnie Hunter's workshops