a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
October 2007

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Anita Johnson (left) found the perfect solution for star blocks she won

Mary Anne Spearin (left) helped by Sharon Bala shows an antique quilt she and Ronny received as a wedding gift

Joanne Spencer and an amazing Jinny Beyer design

Here's Joanne with another Jinny Beyer

Dana Bard explains the construction of this pretty pineapple quilt

New member Pat Wyeth (left) proudly shows a sampler quilt.

Jen Lacasse shows both side of a reversible mantle scarf

Anita Johnson holds fabric bowls

Joanne Spencer takes a break for "Espresso," a McKenna Ryan design

Bonnie Hunter holds a reproduction of The Legacy Quilt like the huge one guild members made
last year as a stage prop for the Stage East play Quilters.  This version features 9" (instead of the original 16") blocks

Shirley Slauenwhite and friend

Lynda Coffey explains her flannel broomstick skirt

Sue Dible (left) made this stunning Weaver Fever quilt in one of Bonnie Hunter's workshops. 
Theresa Wright helps hold the quilt.

Edie Marsh (left) shows a pretty blue and yellow patchwork quilt.  Sharon assists.

Edie holds an Amish Roman Stripes quilt

Anita holds a purse and wallet

Sandy Hill holds an adorable appliquéd dishtowel

Anita holds a cute baby quilt

Guess who was on vacation last week?  Anita finished several quilts for show & tell this month!

Sandy Hill holds a pretty Carpenter's Star

Anita holds a cute kite quilt

Here's Anita again; this time with her finished Smokey Mountain Stars quilt

This stunning Carpenter's Star was made by Sue Dible (left); Theresa gives a helping hand

Jen Lacasse holds an adorable clown costume she made for her son for Halloween