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Show and Tell
September 2007

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Click here for Quilted/Tapestry Bags made in Lynda Coffey's Workshop

Sue Dible holds a quilt she made with fabric purchased in the southwest.
The quilt panel looks a lot like Monument Valley in Utah

A stunning jacket made by Lynda Coffey

The jacket back

Helen Sexton shows off a charming appliqué quilt made with batik fabrics

Lynda Coffey holds a wall quilt made with 3-D sunflowers

Sandy Hill shows an antique quilt she bought at a local antique shop

Joline Cook holds Fabric Fling, a quilt she made in one of Bonnie Hunter's classes

Constance King holds a beautiful fabric bowl made in Sue Fox's workshop

Leona Juranty also shows a bowl she made in Sue's workshop this summer

Leona (left) shows her Dancing Leaves quilt made in Bethany Reynolds' class (Liz helps)

Liz made another Stained Glass, this time a dragonfly

Marcia Carlow holds her first stained glass

Marcia Carlow holds a Weekender quilt she made at the guild retreat last spring

Linda McLaughlin (left) holds a cross-stitched quilt she won in a recent raffle.
Lynda Coffey's recent tote bag workshop led members to make lots of different totes as shown below:

Jen Lacasse

Sherly King


Sue Dible's bag is made with a "Charm Pack" of 5-inch squares

Jen Lacasse also made a "Charm Pack" bag

Sandy Hill found this beautiful antique quilt in a shop in Eastport for $20!

Marcia Carlow holds a finished Trip-Around-the World quilt

Lucky Jean Herrick found a bag filled with signed, sampler blocks in the Rockland Salvation Army for $2

Embroidery and crayon are featured on this panel held by Sandy Hill

Hiding behind this charming rag quilt is Liz Trouant

Liz also made this colorful rag quilt

Anita Johnson holds a Weekender quilt made by her daughter Wendy Candelmo at the spring retreat; it's very cuddly tied with high-loft batting

Teresa Porter proudly holds her finished Smokey Mountain Stars―this is the first (of many) she's made
Members have been asking for a workshop in miniature quilts; maybe Jen Lacasse will offer one:

Trip Around the World


Mom's Photos

Rail Fence