We had some mini stations at our November meeting.
Lynne showing how to make migrating flying geese.
Leanne demonstrated the art of Sashiko. This is a Japanese embroidery technique.
Jill showing how to make dimensional, one seam flying geese. Thanks to a video by Ricky Tims that she copied.
Show and Tell started with the table runners made at the Quick Curves class put on by Sandy Cook.
Jill showing the table runner that she completed as well as the one Colleen finished. Marg and Vera shared their work.
Lynne, Donna M., Eileen, Esther and Bonnie showed us theirtablerunners – some finished, some still being worked on, but all beautiful.
Sharynne showing her quilt that she did with Ethel.
Eva has been busy with this green quilt.
Donna is one of our newest members but we are seeing that she is not really a beginner quilter. Donna shared a braided quilt she had adapted from the hexagon class and a great 3 dimensional quilt as you go baby quilt. Also a great quilted bag.
Joanne made this great carry all from a beach towel.
Although we had seen this hexagon topper before it was complete now it looks even better Eileen.
Adeline showing her slippers.
Brenda shows her drag quilt that she made for her newest granddaughter (I hope I got the name right – I believe it was a name invented by Brenda)
Brenda shows a couple of table runners.
Shelley has been working on beautiful quilts for her grandchildren.
She also showed us a quilt that she had ordered from an Amish community on her travels. She picked the fabrics and pattern and it was all hand sewn by Amish ladies. It took over a year before she received it. It was incredible.
Jaynie showed us a couple of pieces. The smaller piece she received in an exchange completed by someone else.
Yvonne shows a second tree skirt that she finished. The first one you might see on the tree in some of the pictures. This is our tree with the beautiful Christmas decorations everyone made and is now on display at the Festival of Trees at Barber Motors. The tree will be auctioned along with all the other trees on November 26th.
Esther shows a bag she completed. If you are attending the mini retreat on Saturday this is the bag that Esther will be demoing there.