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Zoom Show & Tell - August 10, 2021
This is a mystery quilt that was free through Edyta Sitar. For 12 days she did a new block each day. It was fun to do. I added the two outer borders.
My rainbow baby quilt. Love playing with color scraps.
Loved the fabric by Michelle Scott. Leftovers from her original pattern.
This is a crib quilt that I just finished, and I intend to donate it to the guild to sell at the Airing of the Quilts event. Just a simple patchwork, but I love the fabric.
Here’s my Orange Peel quilt...finally finished from a class with Jessica Skultety in 2017.
This is a recent QOV top I made. It is based on a Missouri Star pattern called Roadblock.
Our granddaughter Madison wanted to make her own quilt to take with her to college. She pieced the top and back. She also quilted it herself on my long-arm. Now to get her to do the binding.
She will be going to Marywood University in Scranton for Nursing. She chose nursing and I was totally surprised with the change from engineering. She said “ grandma you inspire me.” I’m happy my inspiration carried her also into quilting.
Helen's granddaughter Madison quilting.
My husband took this picture today from the NJ State Fair. The table with the red skirt is actually the Quilts of Valor booth. There are 100 quilts hung, so many really nice ones. It was wonderful to see QUILTS.
From a Susan Carlson class I took online during the pandemic. It is a collage of tiny prints. Next time I will use larger pieces!
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