Kathy demonstrated free motion quilting for us.
A good place to start is with cursive letters.
When you are a little more comfortable, try feathers and other shapes. A contrasting thread is great when you’re practicing, so you can see what you have done.
Susan W made a second quilt for the Quilt for a Cause fundraiser at the Tucson Botanical Gardens.
Susan W made this poppy quilt.
Susan W titled this quilt “What’s the point?”
Susan W added amazing details with quilting in a contrasting thread on her quilt “Impossible Rainbow.”
Annalies shared this charity quilt she worked on with another group.
Annalies participated in the Michael Miller fabric challenge.
Annalies has fun creating these colorful placemats.
Susan Q finished this small quilt. The pattern is Queen’s Cross by Jen Kingwell.
Sara Q finished this “I Spy” baby quilt with many different novelty fabrics.
Marlene shared her progress on the wall quilt she will be giving her orthopedic surgeon.
Melanie finished this red, white, and blue star quilt.
Melanie also finished her sample for her new pattern, “Uptown Florist.”
Mae finished the quilting for her son’s wedding quilt
Cara tried some paper piecing after last month’s demonstration.
This sample is ready for the Row by Row.
Cassie made this jelly roll quilt with a zigzag insert.
After putting most of the quilt together, she cuts the top, and then appliques the insert on!
Cassie finished quilting this orange quilt. It uses Alexander Henry fabric. The pattern is “Stars in Stripes” by Melanie.
Kathy finished this fox embroidery as a store sample.
Look at all the charity blocks, tops and completed quilts!
green block by Mary, x block by Cathy
by Sara Q
Susan W sewed the top together, and Susan A quilted and bound both of these charity quilts.
Michele finished off this charity quilt.
Kristine put together this charity quilt top.
Kristine also made this charity quilt top. The Spiderman focus fabric was donated to the guild.