Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Show and Tell for May Guild

You would not want to miss the show and tell for May.  These ladies really have some beautiful quilts.
Kay made this exquisite patriotic quilt.
Tonya made all of the bench pillow cases for each season.  She really went all out and made three of each pillow case.  She is amazing.






Gwen and Roxanna made the exchange block.

This is our new member, Amy.  She made six fun tractor blocks for her son's quilt.  They are darling.






Amy also made these cute pinwheel blocks too.


Roxanna is the Christmas Tree artist.  This is darling.  I think she said that she paper pieced this.

Marie made these cute quilts.  The embroidery is wonderful.


Maureen is our new member from the Amish Country.  She is here for the summer so we are looking forward to getting to know her.  She made this bag.


This is Keela's exchange block.


Maureen belongs to a modern quilt guild and this is one of her quilts.  It is so nice.  The quilting is really fun too.

Crystal is an inspiration to us all.  This is such a cute gardening quilt.



The floral quilt with log cabins is also Crystals.  Below is her exchange block.



I left another one of Kay's patriotic quilt pictures.  That must have taken a load of time.

Our fun Sandy is also making bench pillows.  This is her latest.


Becky is doing great appliqu√©.  She just finished this top.  With all her traveling I am amazed at what she gets made.


LaRetta made another Metro Rings quilt.  This is beautiful.



This is our fearless leader, Pat.  She is doing a wonderful job as our president.  I am enjoying her year as Guild President.  Isn't her spring runner darling?


This is another one of LaRetta's quilts.  I have made this pattern and love it.  You take a square about an inch bigger than your circle and place the circle on top right sides up on both.  You sew around the circle a quarter of an inch leaving the raw edge.  You then quarter your square and sew your quarter circle squares together.  Easy.  If you make one let us see.  It is so simple I know you will enjoy the process.
 Our June meeting is on the 15th at 6:30 p.m.  We are having a Hawaiian Luau at Mangum’s  Red Rock Barn northeast of Tropic.  If you are coming from Panguitch, you will turn left just before you get into town and across from the cemetery.  You will go east past the subdivision and around the turn you will see the barn.  Gwen and Crystal have planned a delicious meal and other activities for us.  The food will be provided, so don’t worry if you have not been asked to furnish.

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