a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
April 2008

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Teresa Porter, left (helped by Liz Trouant) holds her paper-pieced Shadow Box quilt

Liz and a whimsical welcome

Bonnie Hunter and a Minnesota Hot Dish table runner

Joanne Spencer holds a jar quilt

Joanne Spencer and the "most expensive" quilt she ever made (before Marden's) made with fabrics she bought in Calgary and Edmonton.  It was her first attempt at applique!

Pembroke Historical Society's French Countryside raffle quilt made with 2007 Quilt Block Contest blocks

Linda McLaughlin (left) and the Weekender scrap quilt made in Bonnie Hunter's recent workshop. 
Linda used pre-cut charm packs.

Anita holds a beautiful Weekender quilt she made at last year's Quilters Retreat in Lubec.

Theresa Wright calls this Weekender, "Aunt Mabel's Mittens"
for her aunt and the wintry charm packs she used


Joanne holds a small quilt made with African mask fabric

Liz and an April placemat

Lynda Coffey shows a pretty pillow top
stitched the Sashiko way


Liz and Sweet Liberty

Joanne had fun making this Dresden Plate miniature quilt

Teresa holds a panel quilt made with very pretty fabrics she bought on the Shop Hop

Theresa's grandson will love her, "Duck with an Attitude"


Another African piece made by Joanne

Jane Eaton brought vintage embroidered blocks to inspire members to look through their quilts for pieces for her quilt show vignette, "Attic Inspirations" (new quilts inspired by old patterns).

Anita Johnson (left) hold her finished scrap quilt made with blocks she won

Joanne holds her Take 5, "made in one day!"


Sandy Hill (left) treated herself to a birthday present recently,
an antique Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt

Jen Lacasse and Liz hold the Guild's Mountain Folk raffle quilt. 
Proceeds will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Bangor, ME
The member who sells the most tickets will win a basketful of fat quarters and notions.

A few Tea Party workshop participants. 
Front row (l to r) Theresa, Leona, and Sandy.  Back row Lynda, Bonnie, Anita (hiding), and Mary Ann.
For more Tea Party pictures, click here