We'll start with two from Jean. The first is her beautiful version of our mystery quilt that was done in Day Bee. The second was a UFO, I believe.
The next two are from Dorothy. I had to get a close up of the sweet hand embroidery on this first one.
Annette showed her USC quilt from the State Fair.
Zohra showed a piece she is working on for her son.
JoAnn shared another art piece, complete with her signature beading.
Linda brought a Halloween table runner to share.
Martha brought in her first attempt at machine quilting. She should look happy -- it was wonderful!
Bonney had another beautiful batik quilt to share.
We had a visitor, Suzan, who brought in this wonderful string quilt. You do not have to bring in a quilt to visit us, but we do love it when you do!
Margaret did some shibori dyeing at the QSC Fall Retreat at White Oak and these are some of her results.
It amazes me that Sue always has one or two quilts to bring in every month it seems. This month was no exception with Sue sharing this sampler quilt.
Sandra shared her intended entry into the juried fine arts section of the State Fair. Unfortunately, she accidentally missed the maximum length by ten inches. We've all been there, haven't we ladies? As you can see from the close up, it was the show's loss.
Carol has been super busy lately. Here's her winter wallhanging with some sweet machine embroidery.
A pretty jelly roll race quilt.
And last but not least, Carol has been working on these Edyta Sitar blocks as wallhangings for her relatives. Each one is lovelier than the last. And she was lucky enough to have her granddaughter present to help her show her creations. I just LOVE these!