Business Meeting Show & Tell - Dec. 7, 2021

Rosie Binder

Rosie Binder

I made one of these for myself a few years ago and my daughter-in-law requested one, so here it is. It’s a reversible triple Dresden tree skirt. Fun to make! I’ve already gotten a request for a third one.

Rosie Binder

Rosie Binder

I made one of these for myself a few years ago and my daughter-in-law requested one, so here it is. It’s a reversible triple Dresden tree skirt. Fun to make! I’ve already gotten a request for a third one.

Barbara Berdy

Barbara Berdy

This is called Strip Sandwiches. I took a Zoom workshop by Timna Tarr. The most fun ever. I think i may play with this again.

Susan Chinich

Susan Chinich

My longarmer quilted it using a holly leaf design which is shown in this picture.

Susan Chinich

Susan Chinich

This is a gift for my daughter. It’s a Fat Quarter Shop pattern called “Jelly Snowflake.”

Susan Chinich

Susan Chinich

This is a Moda pattern called “Tree Farm.” It’s a great way to use up scraps! I don’t want to call this a table runner unless you have a very long, square table as it’s 52” long. It looks great on the back of a couch or at the bottom of a bed. I put hanging tabs on the back in case someone wanted to hang it on the wall using a dowel rod or Command hooks

Penny Merkel

Penny Merkel

Here’s some Show & Tell from Nancy Crow’s workshop. This piece is five assignments rolled into one piece. Measures 17.5” square. It absolutely had to be completed in two days.

Penny Merkel

Penny Merkel

The black figures then had color values added. This final piece is 3’ x 5’ and had to be completed in two days. No rulers allowed. All these pieces are exercises and not necessarily a piece to be quilted and finished.

Penny Merkel

Penny Merkel

This was the beginning of the assignment for days 3 and 4. We had one hour to select motif, then design, cut, and put all the black “figures” up on board.

Penny Merkel

Penny Merkel

This is part of the first assignment picture. Both of these pieces measure 17.5” square. Both had to be completed in first two days. Yes, it all became a blur of activity.