|We had our DeStash sale at the August meeting. I think everyone managed to snag a new-to-them treasure and make a little money selling some fabrics.|
We also collected the blocks for our Souperbowl Quilt.
Here's the first look at all the blocks!
Stay tuned for details about assembling the quilt.
|Heather took care of the block lotto this month. Tutorial is HERE.|
|Dawna whipped up this lovely little baby quilt.|
|Anne made this very cool modern baby quilt. Excellent way to use a novelty print in a modern way!|
|In March we had Lois Kelly of Batik Bags do a demo and pop up shop. Our Lois bought the clothesline needed to make her own lovely bag.|
|But she made too much cord so there was a basket made with the leftovers. And a lid for the basket. And then Lois threw away the rest of the cord!|
|Bonnie-Lynne was challenged to make shoes with selvedges and we think she did a fabulous job! (Besides quilts and needlework Bonnie-Lynne loves shoes.)|
|Pat (a new member!) made this quilt. We really wish you could see the whole quilt; it was really lovely.|
|Ruth is working through the entire Improv Handbook for Modern Quilters by Sherri-Lynn Wood. This is the score for floating squares.|
|A better shot of the quilt.|
|Another floating squares by Ruth but this time she used blocks from her 2014 Michael Miller fabric challenge.|
|A different Pat made this to use up some batiks.|
|Judy made this on her Alaskan quilt cruise last summer with Krista Hennebury. Nicely done Judy!|
|Nicole made this as part of the #crosscutquiltalong on instagram a couple of weeks ago. |
The quiltalong was led by Debbie of A Quilter's Table.
|Nicole made this improv quilt in stages, starting it in spring 2015 and finishing it a year later.|
|Janelle made this fancy fox top at our sew-in last week. |
He still needs his spiffy glasses but Janelle couldn't wait to show us!