Zoom Show & Tell - June 8, 2021

Ruth Wilson

Ruth Wilson

This is a Victoria Findley Wolfe pattern. It may have been one that she was to have the workshop on before we went into lockdown. All the blocks are from my stash, I only had to buy the orange fabric because I didn't have enough of anything in my stash.

Penny Merkel

Penny Merkel

“Spring Awakening “. 10”x 10”. Using recycled clothes, acrylics,

Marie Bernegger

Marie Bernegger

Pot holders for the boutique

Marie Bernegger

Marie Bernegger

Pot holders for the boutique

Barbara Berdy

Barbara Berdy

Pattern thanks to Judy’s finding pictures on Facebook and Instagram. Lots of happy half square triangles.

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

These are images of a quilt I made as a culmination of a color theory class I took with Eda Steinman in 2009. Gee, it is 2021, and I finally completed it! The quilt top was finished a while ago, then I had to decide what backing to use, and how to quilt it, bind it, and what to do with it. I have been wanting to hang something on the front porch since we move here six years ago, and this quilt came to mind. I love it there!!

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

Ana Santos

Ana Santos

Sunbonnet Sue & Sam Quilt This is the first Sunbonnet quilt I have made. I made it for Project Linus. I used the scraps I picked up from Julia and someone else to make the girls and boys. The back is a material someone gave me (sorry, I don’t remember names) and I pieced scraps to make it big enough. I will tell you this, for a beginner, echo quilting is not easy and neither is self binding! It measures 48x64.

Ana Santos

Ana Santos

Sunbonnet Sue & Sam Quilt (Back)