Thursday, 14 July 2016

May meeting show and share

We hear over and over that show and share is the best part of our meetings. We applaud how prolific and creative you all are.  

Ursula? Love the solids in these cushions.

Chris S and a wonderful triangle quilt.

Back of Chris's quilt.

Laura with a sample piece trying a technique.

Ruth is our pillowcase QUEEN. She makes these for the refugee centre. 

Linda is a quilter new to modern quilting and she loves it so much she has now taught classes in various techniques. Well done Linda! Here she is showing the "slab" blocks from Cheryl Arkison's tutorial.

Thea's bag using the Riley Blake challenge fabric was a WINNER! We just loved this Thea.

Dawna with a black and white triangle quilt.

Dawna with an improv stacked coins quilt.

Pam with an art piece she made. All the colour is from paint.

Pam with a fun mini quilt.

Mary Anne made this QR code for her other guild, the VQG.
It is a whole cloth quilt with the fabric printed at Spoonflower

Rosalie took first place in the challenge section of the VQG show.

What's black and white and red all over?* Rosalie's quilt of course.

Kate's mother made her this needle turned appliqué quilt.

Sharon used the January 2016 Modern Quilt Guild free pattern for this quilt for her son. 

And the back of Sharon's quilt.

Anne made this lovely quilt and took a ribbon at the Victoria Quilters' Guild show. 

Close up.

Anne also made this fabulous improv dresden quilt. It got lots of love on our instagram page.

Darlene finished her stacked coin quilt even though she had lots of trials with this one. 

Jennifer finished her Michael Miller fabric challenge from summer 2014! She had lots of trials and tribulations too but persevered and showed off the amazing quilting she did. Jennifer also won a ribbon at the VQG show. 

We're sorry. We have no idea whose lovely tote bag this is. Lois? Nice use of the Riley Blake challenge fabric btw.

Audrey with a nice shadow box quilt.

Judy with a round table cloth with an elastic edge.

Netta made this for her aunt in Denmark. She blogged about it HERE. 

Natalie is doing the monthly challenge from the Mighty Lucky Quilting Club and April's challenge was turning a photo into a quilt. 

This was the challenge for May, effective use of value, scale, and contrast.

And Natalie again with her Riley Blake challenge quilt.  The quilting on this is super. 

This was the April block lotto. 

*What's black and white and red all over? 
a zebra with a sunburn of course!

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