a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
March 2011

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Show & Tell coordinator Liz Trouant (left) helps Dana Bard show her "Shaken, Not Stirred" version of half log cabin blocks.
Liz and Paulyne Ward made his and her quilts for their minister and his wife.

Geri Reynolds designed original blocks to blend with a beautiful center panel

Dana shows Color Study #1 (left), and a Kaffe Fasset embellished piece (right)
In the center, Dana and Joanne Spencer enjoyed a day recently with Pat Wyeth (not pictures here) dying fabrics

New member Julie Jordan holds a gorgeous paper-pieced "Pickle Dish" quilt
Liz attended Sue McIver's recent large wallet workshop and made two smaller ones, too

Mary Louise Peters was proud to show a scrappy UFO
Teacher and students show sweatshirt jackets made at a recent workshop
(l to r) Liz, Trouant, Joline Cook, and teacher Lynda Coffey
Jacket backs
Pat Wyeth proudly holds a gift from Dana Bard named,
"Moose Island, Maine"

Liz made an adorable Wisemen paper-pieced quilt

New member Sue Martell explains a thread caddy she made. 
It holds specialty threads for hand appliqué.  Great idea!

Mary Louise shows a blueberry table runner

Joanne Spencer's future daughter-in-law selected one of Shirley Slauenwhite Stack 'n Whack Fan quilts as a gift
In the 1990s Lynda Coffey made a denim jacket using handmade doilies made by her mother and a few of her father's neckties

Both Joline and Liz agree, Paths and Stiles, is "The Quilt from Hell!"