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Show and Tell
July 2010

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Sue Dible (right) gets help from Liz showing an embroidered and pieced quilt she made for her granddaughter
Helen Sexton made a beautiful sunflower quilt with a very creative back

Theresa Wright's Mood Swing made with a Spumoni Bali Pop

Leona Juranty's gorgeous quilt made with vintage hankies

Sue machine embroidered this Nativity quilt

Pat Wyeth won $50 at one of the Shop Hop shops and bought fabric to make the "catty" quilt

Dana Bard finished one of her UFOs

Lynda Coffey is proud of her pieced quilt

Anita holds her Boxed Squared quilt
Lynda Coffey shows another beautiful quilted jacket

Bonnie Hunter has begun Sylvia's Bridal Sampler from the Elm Creek Quilts Books by Jennifer Chiaverini.  She and 14 other quilters will start holding monthly meetings to work on the (140) 6" blocks from the book.

The highlight of Joanne Spencer's recent trip to Virginia was a stop at Jinny Beyer's Studio.  Here she is displaying some of the fabrics she purchased.
Anita Johnson and her sister, Joanne Greene, recently attended a 3-day Sulky workshop on embellishments in New York; above and below are some of her class samples

Joline Cook finished her 2009 Mystery Quilt

Cynthia Paris made a beach towel tote

This cute girl friend quilt was made by Lynda Coffey

Dianne Finnegan made a tote for her laptop

Dana holds her embellished Fishing Village quilt

Sue Dible holds a quilt she made for another grandchild

Here's another

Anita will donate this quilt to a resident of Calais Methodist Homes
Joline Cook has fun making bags and potholders

Anita's Take 5 will also be donated

When Dana's sister visited earlier this month, they worked on UFOs

Anita is still our favorite bag lady

Trick or Treat?

Theresa made this using a Moda Kansas Trouble Jelly Roll

Lynda Coffey holds a precious antique quilt
Theresa and Bonnie finished their Glory Be tops during Bonnie's recent workshop series

This is one of Sue's first quilts made for her daughter's wedding

Sue shows an adorable purse

Cynthia holds a collection of pincushions

Theresa made a beautiful quilt using pastel layer cake squares