Friday, January 29, 2016

Prolific Quilters

The members of the DeKalb County Quilter's Guild have been some Prolific Quilters lately.  The Show and Share at the January meeting was fabulous!  Since I'm so new to the Guild, at least that's my excuse now, I can't remember every one's name.  I do apologize!

Her first 3-D quilt

A McKenna Ryan wall hanging

These little advent calendars had very special meaning.  Their mom made one for them when they were young.  Mom couldn't find it when it came time to use it for the grandkids.  Daughter found the panel online but it was insanely high, to the tune of 100+ dollars high!  Mom won't tell where she got them but mom found 2 panels and made them for both daughters for Christmas.  What a neat story!

A Charity Baby Quilt

Some fun bags

A very old aged UFO

Another Charity baby quilt

And another Charity baby quilt, complete with ruffles!  Just too cute!

Some Pinterest Santa's that she used for a wine cozy.  As you can see in her hand, she said she got a little carried away with making them.  I tried to make the same thing a couple of years ago but mine was a huge Pinterest FAIL!

A cute little handbag

A craftsy class taken online, and she modified it a little. 

A whole flock of crocheted chickens

A Cotton and Steel kit purchased at Paducah that her daughter wants to steal!

An orphan block finish.  She said when she didn't want to work on anything else, she's make a block, trying out different patterns.

A Judy Niemeyer pattern, Fire Island Hosta

Something this fabulous deserves 2 photos!

A layer cake project

An antique quilt her mother or grandmother made when she was little.


Small wall hanging

Charity Quilt

Her dark stage...

Another quilt from her dark stage.  (Living in the frozen tundra is enough to make anyone have a dark stage in their life in my opinion.)

Wearable art...

Hunter's Star

Jelly roll race

Beads... (Does it look familiar?  It should, I quilted it before Christmas.)

Oh look, I think I know this person....  A Lone Star finish

A Charity quilt

Whew!  That's a lot of sewing and quilting!  


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