Zoom Show & Tell - March 2, 2021

Ruth Wilson

Ruth Wilson

This one is from Sylvia's Bridal Sampler from Elm Creek Quilts by Jennifer Chiaverini. There are 140, 6 1/2" blocks. All different techniques used, foundation paper piecing, applique, template piecing, etc. It was a BOM started in 2011. Each month I received about 4 or so blocks, but I never put it together until about 5 years ago. At that time I had about 25 or so blocks assembled and put it away again until a few weeks ago. I was determined to finish this. Next step the quilting.

Trish Herskee

Trish Herskee

I made a quilt for TRR more than a year ago (the one on the left) but somehow my husband grew attached to it, and wasn’t anxious to give it away. Soooo, I changed out the pattern a bit and made a second. The newest edition is longer and wider with 14” blocks instead of 10” and a different border treatment. It will fit perfectly in their soon-to-be-built Hudson Valley Farm dormitory

Trish Herskee

Trish Herskee

I made a quilt for TRR more than a year ago (the one on the left) but somehow my husband grew attached to it, and wasn’t anxious to give it away. Soooo, I changed out the pattern a bit and made a second. The newest edition is longer and wider with 14” blocks instead of 10” and a different border treatment. It will fit perfectly in their soon-to-be-built Hudson Valley Farm dormitory

Ruth Wilson

Ruth Wilson

This is my "leaders and enders" quilt top. Pieced throughout quarantine. Made with 2 1/2" squares and 4 1/2" x 2 1/2 logs. Got so many done throughout my sewing spree I just had to start assembling a top. Still have strips left over. All fabric is from my stash scraps.

Mary Kirchoff

Mary Kirchoff

Here are two Quilts made years ago used in a living room fort by two grandkids on a snow day.

Ruth Wilson

Ruth Wilson

My Dear Jane quilt, all done by EPP. Up to Row H. I have Row I assembled, but not added yet. Will take a break from this for a bit as I need to work on something different.

Norma Abate

Norma Abate

This is a Disappearing Nine-Patch I made for my daughter.

Louise Hutchison

Louise Hutchison

"HindSight is 20/20" Mini-Quilt Mini-Quilt made for a Quilting Arts magazine "Reader Challenge.“ This mini-quilt includes hand painted fabric & hand-dyed fabric, with stitched on thread-saver swatches as a design element.

Louise Hutchison

Louise Hutchison

"Tiny Log Cabin" denim mini-quilt. This is a "very-mini" Tiny Log Cabin denim quilt - only 4 ½" square! The center section is made from strips of light blue and dark blue vintage blue jean scraps. It was made for our older son in CA, who previously worked for a start-up company named BlueJeansNetwork.

Laura Fullum 4

Laura Fullum 4

Laura Fullum

Laura Fullum

Apple Fest quilt nearly complete - Apple Fest quilt using blocks from Barbara Berdy, Rosie Binder, Laura Fullum, Corinne Marmo, Penny Merkel, Anne Sigler and Barbara Vedder.

Laura Fullum

Laura Fullum

Apple Fest quilt nearly complete - Close Up

Laura Fullum

Laura Fullum

Apple Fest quilt nearly complete - Close Up

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

Close up of binding done by machine. I think I figured it out! And am finally really pleased with the results.

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

Close up of binding done by machine. I think I figured it out! And am finally really pleased with the results.

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

A quilt for a Baby due in April. Still affixing the label and burying threads.

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

Another BDay postcard. Granddaughter Katherine will be SIX on March 14th....and this was completed on February 19th!

Diana Eschmann

Diana Eschmann

Saw this owl panel and knew I had to make it into a throw for my couch.

Diana Eschmann

Diana Eschmann

Diana Eschmann

Diana Eschmann

Diana Eschmann

Diana Eschmann

Kept myself busy making Christmas gnomes for the grandkids.

Diana Eschmann

Diana Eschmann

Made couple of Saint Patrick's Day gnomes.

Diana Eschmann

Diana Eschmann

Made an Easter gnome.

Barbara Berdy

Barbara Berdy

This is a Tula Pink line of black and whites. I couldn't resist the subtle touches of color in the animal prints.

Barbara Campagna

Barbara Campagna

Over the holidays 2 family members had babies & I finally got them finished & shipped out.

Barbara Campagna

Barbara Campagna

Over the holidays 2 family members had babies & I finally got them finished & shipped out.

Debby Siccardi

Debby Siccardi

Quilt Close Up

Debby Siccardi

Debby Siccardi

Quilt Close Up

Debby Siccardi

Debby Siccardi

I finished this quilt in May of 2014 and it is finally on our bed. It traveled the show circuit for two years. Since then it has been stored away, waiting for me to complete the matching wall-hanging that is supposed to go on the wall above it. That is still a UFO. After moving recently, I decided it was time to stop waiting.

Debby Siccardi

Debby Siccardi

This is finally finished after 10+ years. The only time I worked on it was during some, not even all, of our meetings, which is the reason it took so long to complete. Many of you have seen me working on it, during all those years. So, even though it's not a quilt, I decided to share it.

Caroline Adams

Caroline Adams

Attached is a photo of the Walker Bags that are part of our Service Projects. There should be an article in our up-coming News Letter. There are 10 finished Bags on hand, supplies and instructions for making more. Contact me Caroline (Adams) Rykowski. I am helping Anne Sigler with this project.

Carol JOhnson

Carol JOhnson

I just came across this quilt picture from an old Facebook post. This quilt was from Helen Boheim's Box Party in 2015. One of many Quilts of Valor I have made. Box parties are great ways for members to connect to one another.

Barb Vedder

Barb Vedder

Here is my recent finish for Tuesday's show and tell.

Anne Sigler

Anne Sigler

Baby quilts...crib size, using more of my 2 1/2 inch squares

Barb Vedder

Barb Vedder

Back of quilt.

Anne Sigler

Anne Sigler

Baby quilts...crib size, using more of my 2 1/2 inch squares

Anne Sigler

Anne Sigler

I finished 3 more UFO’s. Yea! Lollipop Flowers...finally in bloom...from Barb Vedder’s class...2018?

Bonus Photo!

Bonus Photo!

Longtime WVQG member, Eda Steinman, displays one of her quilts at "Quilting in the Valley" in 1995. Submitted by Louise Hutchison

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