August 2017 Meeting

Kathy discussed the differences between small quilts and miniature quilts, and tips on how to make a miniature quilt. We are ready for our swap with the Chattanooga Guild.

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Mae made this bookshelf book. Some of the books even have titles on the spines.

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Mae had to make a matching pillowcase. Love it!

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This vintage applique quilt wasn't completed. Mae is creating additional blocks to make a full-sized quilt.

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To make the new blocks blend in with the old, each block is finished by hand.

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I finally finished my son's quilt, just as I dropped him off at college. He loves it! I started it over 10 years ago.

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Susan finished this wedding quilt. It looks wonderful!

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Just a few of the rings got densely quilted.

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Carol finished this baby quilt top.

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This panel will be part of the back.

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Cassie finished her "Long Time Gone" quilt.

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These Allison Glass fabrics are so fun for the back.

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Kristi shared these seasonally themed minis she received from a swap.

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Scrappy tumbler blocks. Looks great!

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Melanie finished her quilt top for her new pattern "Prairie Waltz."

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Another quilt top for an upcoming pattern from Melanie.

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Karen finished her wedding quilt.

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It's all hand quilted. Nice work!

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Kathleen finished this kit that she got from Quilt Basket. The quilting adds so much to it.

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The back of the quilt is so colorful - a major contrast to the black and white front.

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Beth finished this baby quilt. So fun.

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3D Blocks on the back is Beth's signature.

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Another baby quilt. This one has ballet otters.

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A simple, but striking back.

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Michele is making this applique elephant with fabrics from India. Beautiful.

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