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Show and Tell
September 2012

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Vivian Mellish (left) holds her gorgeous Stained Glass French Braid quilt.  Show & Tell coordinator, Paulyne Ward (right) helps

Joanne Spencer holds "I Wooly Love Ewe" and Sue McIver holds a scrappy quilt she made for a dear neighbor at the lake

Sue Fox (center) shows fabric rocks (above) and small silk pieces (below)

Wanda Pollock, Sue McIver and Mary Ann O'Brien made baskets at the recent Greenland Point Quilters' Retreat

Helen Sexton made a quilt for her friend featuring photos of Washington DC

Lynda Coffey shows off a new jacket

Geri Reynolds' "Trip Around Native Country"

Very creative quilters Joanne Spencer and Mary Smith show quilts with curves

Quilt artist, Sue Martell shows a framed, quilted fish and Mary Smith (and friends) hold her Planetary Party

Tag-Along Totes made by Mary Smith, Lynda Duplissea, and Wanda Pollock

Sher Acheson holds a fall quilt she made

Joanne Spencer loved this fabric so much she made two table runners

Block of the Month

Mystery quilts made by Geri Reynolds and Sher Acheson

Lots of fall quilts this month:  Mary Louise Peters, Joanne Spencer, Paulyne Ward, and Liz Trouant

Sue Martell holds a quilt she made using the Learning Curve Ruler and Liz Trouant shows one of her Tube Quilts

Marilyn Wimmergren holds a delightful pumpkin quilt while Mary Louise Peters shows her kaleidoscope

Helen Sexton shows another Washington DC quilt she made
Jane Eaton holds a table runner and Joanne Spencer (and friends) hold a set of placemats she made

Liz shows her center for the BOM and Carmelle Garant holds Forget Me Not

Joanne Spencer holds a Faberge Egg runner and one quilted with metallic thread
Geri Reynolds holds a bevy of tote bags, Lynda Duplissea holds a selvage edge tote and a piece of Armenian lace
Wanda Pollock (center) shows several pillowcases she's made

Sher Acheson shows a plaid quilt she made for her aunt

Mary Smith holds a applique, Joanne Spencer shows Attic Window, and Mary shows Zendoodle made with fabric markers

Lynda Coffey models a delightful batwing jacket