a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
March 2009

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Lynda Coffey (left), helped by show & tell coordinator Liz Trouant, shows "Spring Love," a hand appliquéd and hand quilted project that took her 2 1/2 years to complete. 
She found the BOM pattern on an Australian website.

Anita Johnson shows off her fabric beads...

...so does Sandy Hill

Teresa Porter made a baseball-themed quilt, "All-Star Dreams," for her granddaughter.

Dana Bard shows a project made using a collection of various artistic concepts from The Art Quilt Workbook.

Liz shows some fancy machine quilting

Joanne Spencer holds a gorgeous off-center Log Cabin quilt made using batik fat 1/4s

Shirley Slauenwhite holds a baby quilt made for a new great-grandbaby

Sandy holds a quilt she made for her new great-granddaughter .  It's Sandy's original pattern!

Sue McIver (left) shows the finished "Cheep Housing"

Lynda shows her newest applique BOM--"Baltimore Bliss"

Lynda made this charming, "Pink Ribbon Butterfly"

Anita shows off a collection of bags

Jen Lacasse made a tote bag to hold cutting mat, rulers and more
Sue holds a beautiful eagle quilt


Jen's snowmen

Liz says, "I promise I won't make another vest!"

Sandy made a cuddly flannel rag quilt


Lynda holds a braided lap quilt inspired by Bonnie Hunter's braid demonstration at the February business meeting.

Jen loves making octagonal placemats

Anita holds a casserole carrier made with instructions from Liz

Liz holds a bag that's the perfect size for a trip

Well.....maybe just one more.

Liz was also inspired by Bonnie's braid demonstration