a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
October 2008

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Mary Louise Peters (left), helped by Liz Trouant, holds a beautiful scrap quilt

Sharon Bala holds Plush Posies, a pattern found in the
August '08 issue of American Quilting & Patchwork magazine

Jen Lacasse machine quilted a spider and web in her October placemat

In the November placemat there is a machine quilted deer

Anita Johnson (left) is making this Carpenter's Star quilt for her daughter

Town and Country Jacket Workshop
(left to right) Sue Dible (with 2), Bonnie Hunter, Jen Lacasse, and teacher Liz Trouant

Jacket backs

Sandy Hill made a moose wallhanging to donate to her church's fall sale

Jen found the pattern for this cute bag on the Internet

Lynda Coffey (left) made this beautifully blended quilt for her IODE group to raffle

Karen Hanson holds her granddaughter's quilt

Sandy spied this small log cabin quilt in a shop during a recent get-away trip with Anita

Sue Dible holds an Ohio State University licensed pattern (all of her children attended)

Mary Anne Spearin laughs at her "windblown" Christmas wreath (one half-square triangle was sewn in wrong).  Can you find it?

Anita Johnson visited the same shop as Sandy and found twelve hand embroidered blocks―flowers of the month―on the clearance table!

Bonnie Hunter took her Around the World in a Day workshop directions
and developed a new lap size pattern

Proud Jen Lacasse holds her first large machine quilted project, Roundabout