a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
September 2009 - Happy 10th Birthday
St. Croix Quilters

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Joanne Spencer (left) reveals the 2009 Mystery Quilt (Sharon Bala helps)

Eva Severance's Chicken Challenge, "Family Portrait"

Sue Dible and her Chicken Challenge bag

Lynda Coffey made a jacket from fleece and a beach towel

Jacket back

One of five quilts Dana Bard (left) is making for friends who are moving into a new home

Joanne Spencer shows her latest Asian quilt

Joanne holds a Halloween piece using a panel she bought at the state quilt show in Augusta

Sue Dible made a fishing wallhanging for her grandson

Strip Therapy was beautifully made by Joanne with a collection of batiks

Joline Cook's dialysis quilt

Sue Dible's dialysis quilt

Sue made this scrappy quilt-as-you-go quilt

Joanne was so pleased to find fabric in Pennsylvania to make a Civil War quilt for her husband

Theresa Wright made witchy 60° runner and table topper

Sharon Bala is working on this charming baby quilt

One of the many wallhangings Lynda Coffey made from the book, Cats in Quilts

Joline Cook's son and daughter-in-law will celebrate their 9th anniversary on 9-30-09. 
Joline started making this quilt right after their wedding using blocks wedding guests signed.
"Now that they finally had their (first) baby, they can have their quilt!"

In addition to regular Show & Tell quilts, several members brought quilts made at workshops and other St. Croix Quilters' events over the past ten years.  Sandy Hill (left) holds a quilt made with BOM blocks she won.  Sharon Bala (right) assists

Anita Johnson also won blocks to make a quilt (actually, she wins quite often)

Shirley Slauenwhite's winnings

Mary Ann O'Brien's winnings

Mary Ann won another set of blocks

Shirley made Fiesta at a guild workshop

Sharon shows one of the first mystery quilts made in a series of guild workshops

Enjoy a cup of tea with Shirley...
...and with Mary Ann

Sandy Hill won a lap quilt made by Ellen Madden who used extra blocks from one of the first Block Contests

Mary Ann holds a tapestry tote...

...and another bag that were made in workshops

A quilt from a workshop Mary Ann taught - Split Nine-Patch

Patchwork calendar workshop was taught by Shirley

Mary Ann holds a Sashiko pillow

Lynda taught a workshop for a chickadee vest

Shirley made a cute Sunbonnet Sue for a guild challenge

Our first Quilt Pink quilt sent to American Patchwork and Quilting magazine to raise money for breast cancer.  Shirley had the winning bid on an e-bay auction

Sandy Hill won more blocks; this time they are Variable Stars


Hen Party was made by Lynda Coffey at one of our earlier workshops

Poinsettia was also made by Lynda at an early mystery quilt workshop

A charming scrappy quilt made by Sandy

Shirley Slauenwhite (left) is a popular workshop teacher of the Stack 'n Whack techniques

Here's another of Shirley's Stack "n Whack quilts


A popular workshop, Square Dance was made by Shirley

Lynda holds one of her whimsical quilts

Shirley holds another Stack 'n Whack

Mary Ann made London Roads for her aunt

Lynda loves to appliqué and has won many prizes for her Celtic quilt


All in all, it's been a very busy ten years!