a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
September 2008

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Click here for Yin Yang Bags made in Sue Dible's workshop
Click here for Antique Quilts shown during the meeting's program

Mary Ann O'Brien (left) shows a table runner she made during a Sewing By The Sea cruise this summer
(show & tell coordinator, Liz Trouant, helps)

So nice to have Lynda Coffey back after suffering a broken hip this summer.  She hold a "thank you" quilt she made during her recovery for the Orthopedics Dept. at a St. John, NB hospital where she stayed for 14 days.

Jane Eaton holds an original peony table runner

Sue McIver holds a patriotic quilt, "Remembering Heroes"

Sue also shows a quilt she made using loon blocks she bought on e-bay

Sue daughter loves her t-shirt quilt

Sue made an adorable puppy quilt for her grandson

Liz used the Town & Country jacket pattern to make this pretty vest


Sue Fox (left) loves working with silk fabrics...

...another silk quilt...

...and another

Anita Johnson made this very pretty purple quilt for granddaughter, Whitney,
who with her family, will be moving into a new home soon

Joline Cook's mother made most of these blocks years ago.  With a few extra blocks (and finding the same fabric used in the 80s), Joline finished it for her mom's 90th birthday.

Jen Lacasse is getting a head start on her Christmas gift giving by making a pretty Log Cabin Christmas Wreath wallhanging

Dana Bard (left) holds a charity quilt she and members of her church made

Our Stack 'n Whack maven, Shirley Slauenwhite, holds a stunning fan quilt

Sandy Hill hand quilted her Aunt Betty's Attic quilt

Barbara Weise (Sue Dible's friend) shows a bag with lots of pockets from a class she taught in Ohio

Another quilt by Sue McIver―this one with eagles

Sandy Hill was very pleased with the machine quilting on her Take 5 lap quilt

Joanne Spencer made this striking Log Cabin quilt for friends who have a cottage on Meddybemps Lake

Jen holds a pretty fall-ish table runner

Pillowcases for nieces and nephews

Jen's September placemat

Sue McIver (right) holds a pretty floral quilt