a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
May 2007

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Liz Trouant holds a t-shirt quilt she made for
her son who will soon be going to Iraq. 

Janna Markow shows a quilt she (along with family and
friends) made for her parents' 40th wedding anniversary.

Joanne Spencer shows a quilt called, "Garden Trellis"

Sandy Hill holds a charming quilt she made with leftovers
from a recent Amish workshop.

Liz Trouant proudly holds her Origami purse made in
Lynda Coffey's recent workshop.

Sandy Hill shows a Grandmother's Wedding Ring quilt. 
It's new, but looks very much like a vintage quilt.

Lynda Coffey shows an antique Bear's Paw quilt from
her grandmother's collection.

Lynda Coffey holds "Tides and Treasures,"
an Internet Block of the Month project.

Bonnie Hunter (left) and Sharon Bala hold Pembroke Historical Society's new raffle quilt, "Stars Among the Pines," made with
last year's block contest squares.

Jane Eaton holds a colorful quilt she finished
at the recent quilters' retreat.

Sandy Hill proudly shows off her Smokey Mountain Stars lap quilt.

Shirley Slauenwhite (right) shows her latest Stack-n-Whack quilt; Lynda Coffey helps.

Lynda Coffey holds "14 Girls and a Guy," made with
machine-embroidered squares. 
She hand quilted it with her wrist in a cast.

Liz Trouant's Weekender quilt made at the recent retreat.

Anita Johnson and her Weekender quilt.

Another Weekender; this one made by Eva Severance.