a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Show and Tell
November 2008

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Dana Bard (right) explains the Northwoods quilt she made as a wedding gift for her oldest son.
Show & Tell coordinator Liz Trouant (left) assists.

Anita Johnson (right) shows a hand-pieced Double Wedding Ring quilt top
she bought for $5 at a Kittery thrift shop

Sharon Bala proudly shows a mystery quilt started 5 years ago in a guild workshop with Mary Ann O'Brien.
 "It's a good feeling to finish another UFO!"

Jen Lacasse holds a charming candle mat

Liz holds a bread basket cloth

Liz holds a Mug Mate

Made in a Melody Johnson class using only fusibles; the only stitching is the quilting.

Jen made lots of coasters...

...so did Liz!

Dana Bard (right) and Show & Tell coordinator Liz Trouant hold Dana's "Mom-isms" quilt that includes such sayings as, "Wait Your Turn", " Stand Up Straight," and "Look at Me When I'm Talking to You," among others.

Teresa "Wilson" Porter holds a quilt made from a recent Leaves BOM

Susan McIver is pleased to show a quilt she calls, A Weekend at Big Lake

Liz holds an assortment of pillowcases she'll give as Christmas gifts

Jane Eaton used a variety of blocks
to make several bib aprons.

Sandy Hill is our bag lady this month

Susan McIver shows bags she made in a recent workshop at Sewing By the Sea

Mary Anne Spearin (right) shows Cabin in the Stars

Jen made this Speedy Spiral tree skirt in Bonnie Hunter's workshop.

Dana made stockings for her son and his family.

Jen used leftovers from tree skirt projects to make her Christmas stockings.

Dana's Dancing Leaves quilt made in Bethany Reynolds' Stack 'n Whack workshop last year

Dana bought this vintage Dresden Plate quilt top at a Winslow Antique Mall for only $30!

Shirley Slauenwhite holds a beautiful quilt she made using embroidered car blocks.

Susan holds a quilt she calls, Golden Pines

Lynda Coffey made this quilt for her friend using the December block pattern in a quilting calendar.

Joanne Spencer made this pretty quilt from a pattern in a 1980s quilting magazine

Mary Anne Spearin holds her Weekender quilt

Mary Ann O'Brien made not one Weekender...

...but, two!

This Log Cabin is one of Teresa Porter's first quilts.

Sandy Hill is pleased to show a Warm Wishes quilt

Mary Ann O'Brien (right) was inspired by Nancy Lucas' quilt, Night Sky, and made one herself