a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
November 2007

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New great-grandmother (again) Sandy Hill holds a colorful quilt for new great-granddaughter, Autumn

A very proud grandma, member Teresa Porter (left), helps granddaughter, Amanda Klug from Ellsworth, hold two quilts. Amanda, in her eleventh year as a Girl Scout, is making lap quilts for nursing home residents for her Gold Award Project.

Mary Ann O'Brien holds a quilt she helped 16-year-old Janice Cilley make

Sandy Hill holds a "Hanging Santa"

Bonnie Hunter (sporting a cute new haircut) holds a paper pieced Santa Sampler

Pat Wyeth and a Log Cabin Christmas Wreath she made in one of Bonnie Hunter's workshops

Another pretty wreath, this one made by Joanne Spencer

Sandy Hill holds adorable Christmas towels


Jen Lacasse (left) holds and advent Christmas tree

Joanne Spencer (left) holds a Stack 'n Whack fan quilt―one UFO she recently finished! 
Mary Anne Spearin helps

Joanne and a pretty fall-ish quilt she made with Halloween prints

Leona Juranty holds a warm wool and flannel quilt that features pictures of  Black, Chocolate, and Golden Labs

Pat Wyeth holds a kimono quilt she made with a fabric remnant purchased at St. John's Quilt Show.  Hand quilted by Pat, it just beautiful!

Mary Anne Spearin holds a Morning Star quilt made with morning glory print fabric
she made for her parent's 50th  anniversary.

Jen Lacasse holds a few reversible placemats 

And here she is with a reversible table runner

Bonnie Hunter holds a Thanksgiving wallhanging

Lynda Coffey holds a pretty round table topper

Mary Anne Spearin made this Stacked Squares quilt

Jen Lacasse holds a memory quilt she made for her sister-in-law who is a hairdresser (pictures can be inserted in the square and rectangular openings)

Mary Ann O'Brien has fun showing off her new tote bag

Jen Lacasse (left) holds a stunning rail fence that features pieced border and prairie points; it is a retirement gift to her mother.

Marcia Carlow (foreground) and Mary Louise Peters have a little fun arranging the October and November Blocks (and sashing strips) of the Month.  The lucky winner will be announced in December.