We had a great time at our holiday party! It’s so fun to see what everyone makes for the gift exchange. We started off the meeting with a little business, and of course, show and tell.
Linda brought her first modern quilt that she’s finished.
Susan W finished her pear quilt.
Susan W finished off this group charity quilt. Ready to donate!
This is a Quick Curve Ruler Pattern “Country Chic”. Susan W calls it “Do you see what I see?”
Rita finished this handstitched, hand quilted Christmas wall hanging.
Rita also finished this quilt for her grandson.
Sara completed this X Plus top.
Sara wowed everyone with this New York Beauty quilt top.
Gayle brought this finished hexie quilt, made with Tula Pink fabrics. She used the HexNMore ruler to help simplify the piecing.
Melanie brought one of her first quilts. It features chairs from history, all hand embroidered. I recognize almost all of these from my interior decorating class!
Beth finished her Christmas star table runner.
Annaliese completed this Christmas chevron quilt.
Carol is almost done piecing the sample for the shop’s 1st Saturday quilt. The pattern is “Twilight Gardens.”
Elaine created this pattern on her own, inspired by the well-known modern art of Piet Mondriaan. Stunning!
Michele experimented with a new collage technique, and created this wall hanging.
Susan A finished this cute turkey.
Mae quilted this shop hop quilt, from a shop hop she did in Colorado.
Jane finished this Des Moines Star Quilt, using Studio 180 tools.
All the items below were part of our gift exchange. Please excuse the blurry photos – we have to move quick to get everything opened!
Elaine made this beautiful quilt.
Beth made a second Christmas star table runner.
Cassie made this sew together bag.
A tree mug rug and mug.
Kristi made this iron caddy. You can pack away your iron while still hot!
Gayle made this apron with a matching pot holder.
A tote bag with a button tree.
A peacock pincushion.
A simple, but elegant zipper bag.
Mae made this tote bag.
Rita made this drawstring bag and potholders, and added some bath confetti.
Susan A made these mesh zipper bags.
Sara brought this fabric box with homemade jam.
Linda made this cute scrap basket.
Kathleen made this vinyl bag and added a can of air.
Ken made this long duffle bag, perfect for a yoga mat.
Kristine made this tool carrier/design board.
Melanie made these cute trivets.
Carol made this cute deer and needle booklet.
Jane made this dish towel.
Mary brought this cute penguin panel.
Marlene brought this jelly roll.
Bernice made this pin cushion.
Jane made this mini quilt.
Michele made this collage envelope with postcard.
Kathy brought this covered tin filled with binding clips and added a candy bar.
A little fabric box and hexie coasters.
Karen made this lovely scarf.