Zoom Show & Tell - November 23, 2021

Ruth Wilson

Ruth Wilson

Finished "Color My World" from The Quilt Show BOM. I loved working on it and was determined to finish it before the end of the year. I loved the whole process from picking out the fabrics, most from my stash, to building the houses and tall buildings and skyscrapers. All were made using freezer paper for piecing. This was a fun project.

Carol Johnson

Carol Johnson

This panel was done in Susan Krieger's class a few years ago. We had to have a new roof put on so the roofers were tasked with getting up on the ladder and putting it onto the house. Finally up.

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

“Tom” has made his way To the front porch, greeting those who pass by, and awaiting T-day.

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

“Tom” has made his way To the front porch, greeting those who pass by, and awaiting T-day.

Judy Veltidi

Judy Veltidi

This is a very quick quilt I made for a friend’s new grandson. I used my longarm to baste, rather than pin baste, and then to quilt it, I just did straight line quilting in appropriate places. Sometimes using a panel just as it is IS good enough... especially in a time crunch. And I love this panel! This is the 3rd time I have made a quilt from it. Teachers just love it!

Barbara Berdy

Barbara Berdy

My latest adventure in wild bright colors.

Debby Sicardi

Debby Sicardi

This was made for my new grandson who was born on Oct. 20th. I showed it at one of our in person business meetings, but it was not completely finished. I made a OBW using 7 panels a few years ago with one of the panels being the center of the quilt and hexies made from the other panels surrounding it.There were a lot of hexies left over which I planned to use to make two small donation quilts for another guild I belong to.

Debby Sicardi

Debby Sicardi

Debby Sicardi

Debby Sicardi

But when I found out they were having a boy, I decided to combine all the hexies to make a bigger quilt for him. I still have some left to make him a matching pillow for Christmas

Ruth Wilson

Ruth Wilson

Found this in my UFO pile. Pattern was dated 1982, this may be when I started it. Just had the pumpkins and leaves ironed to freezer paper! Guess I was going to needle turn this onto a background. Well that never happened. Had to replace the background and I just turned under the pieces and machine stitched all to a new background, added the border, quilted it (don't look too close at that), bound it and called it finished in time for Halloween.

Rosie Binder

Rosie Binder

This is a panel that I quilted for my grandson’s 2nd birthday. He loves cars and trucks and especially schoolbuses, and he’s been having fun playing with it.