Zoom Show & Tell - March 8, 2022

Rosie Binder

Rosie Binder

Stuffed Sea Turtles for the new babies (coming April 2022)

Peggy Tummarello

Peggy Tummarello

A quilt I made for my girlfriend, she sent me a picture a little while ago saying, “I think I have a quilting friend who could make this for me!” So she just got it and sent me this picture on her bed. Now, she wants pillow shams! Keeping me busy!

Peggy Tummarello

Peggy Tummarello

The label I put on the back of baby quilts.

Peggy Tummarello

Peggy Tummarello

A t-shirt quilt made for a friend who’s husband passed away. I put flannel on the back, so she can use as a lap quilt on the couch.

Peggy Tummarello

Peggy Tummarello

Baby quilt I made a while ago with embroidery designs, and the pattern is my own as well. I decided it needed to go to one of my grandkids, so Noah is getting this one as well. Not sure the kids are having anymore!

Peggy Tummarello

Peggy Tummarello

Some blocks I made out of leftovers from another quilt. Similar to what our last presentation was about. I used them down the middle of the backing of the quilt I made.

Peggy Tummarello

Peggy Tummarello

The Sloth quilt made as requested for my fourth grandchild. I couldn’t find a pattern that I liked, so made it up from a drawing I found

Louise Hutchison

Louise Hutchison

"Moments of color brighten the muted pandemic days"This mini-quilt was entered in the recent Quilting Arts Magazine invitational "Reader Challenge Showcase." The 9 1/2 inch square quilt features random doodles I had made during Guild meeting & other zoom calls - which were then printed on fabric. The theme of my "doodles" mini quilt: "Moments of color amid the muted tones of pandemic days: enjoying calls with family & friends, working on quilt projects, & having fun doodling.

Penny Merkel

Penny Merkel

This quick wholecloth quilt was made from fabric for backings from two abandoned projects. One bought 15 yrs ago and the other 5 months ago. While I was reshuffling piles of fabric, I realized that they “played” nicely together. The b/w binding works well with the little b/w fish. Called “Marine Life”. 60”x60”

Barbara Berdy

Barbara Berdy

Love making kids quilts . My family and friends claim them almost as fast as i make them.

Louise Hutchison

Louise Hutchison

Barbara Berdy

Barbara Berdy

Love making kids quilts . My family and friends claim them almost as fast as i make them.

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

This first one was the porch quilt displayed for February. The pattern actually displayed with a read background and a pink heart. I like the way mine turned out.

Rosie Binder

Rosie Binder

Chenille Baby Blankets – also for the new babies

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

This one went up on March 13th for St. Patrick’s Day. I couldn’t decide if I should add a border...I love that striped fabric, so I decided on a wide binding instead. I have been doing my bindings by machine, attaching them to the back, and stitching them down by machine, and am really very happy with that process...I have been doing a lot of crocheting and counted cross stitch so my hands are really taking a beating. If I were to do a wide binding again, I would stitch it down by hand.

Rosie Binder

Rosie Binder

Chenille Baby Blankets – also for the new babies