Marilyn made this as a QOV for her son.
Jean made this for a wedding gift.
Sue A made this row by row.
Joyce quilted this for a client.
August program - member Deb Mencarelli presented a trunk show of many of her quilts from her first to recent. She loves holiday quilts to decorate her home. She showed a variety from large bed quilts to mantle quilts, wall hangings and table runners.
August member show and tell.
Anita's husband has been dying more fabric.
Clara use jeans pockets inside and outside this cute purse.
Judy L made a story quilt for her granddaughter's graduation.
Teresa use clothes to make this memory quilt of flipflops.
Elizabeth showed a child's quilt for which she tested the pattern from http://benandcharlyscorner.blogspot.ie/
July's meeting several members demoed techniques.
Joyce showed how to machine sew a binding.
Jeannie shared a variety of patterns that can be achieved with the X block.
Wilma showed how to insert a narrow accent border.
Dee showed how to paper piece units for a milliforie quilt.
Jean demoed an easy way to machine quilt with a walking foot.
July Show and Tell
Jeannie pieced a QOV
Marilyn did not finish her quilt in time for last month's challenge but plans to make it larger.
Mary finished her tree from last year's class.
This is only one of several kid quilts Sue made and donated.
Teresa had planned to make more of these cute dogs and stopped with one because of all the work. He is adorable.
Vicki showed her student's quilt
June's meeting was our annual picnic and the 2017 Challenge entries.
The viewers choice winner was made Joanne Westphal.
Following are Show and Tell photos from the June picnic.
May's meeting featured Jennifer Amor, from Jennifer Amor Designs, Columbia SC. Amor is an internationally known quilt artist, teacher, and designer and shared her own designs in a trunk show.
May Show and Tell
Thanks to Kathy for taking photos. If some names are wrong, please let us know.
shown by Judy and Doris at Day Bee
by Sandra B
by Sue A
by Sue A
by Teresa C
by Vicki M
Judy's workshop quilt shown at Day Bee
Raffle Quilt to benefit Comfort Quilts
Here is this year's raffle quilt also showing the back and close up of the quilting. It finishes at 65" by 92" so would be great for a twin bed.
April Show and Tell
Anita shared her quilt made in the workshop from last month.
Betty shared a quilt that started with a Pizza Girl kit.
Betty Jean shared t-shirts quilts she made for clients.
Bonney has been busy finishing up quilts.
Jolene shared a quilt gift for a military family.
Marilyn shared her Dutch Puzzle quilt.
Missy showed a wedding quilt on which guests signed and wrote notes.
Anita also shared the scholarship raffle quilt for QSC.
April Trunk Show from The Pizza Girls
They shared numerous quilts and ideas for using various templates and blocks. Some simple units with striking results.
This mock pineapple quilt used the 60 degree ruler
These are kaleidoscope blocks.
Also simple curve units
and wedge designs.
March Show and Tell
Laura Blanchard of Plum Tree Quilts in Oswego, IL presented a wonderful trunk show and workshop, BLOCKS ON THE MOVE which is various settings from the same blocks.
February Show and Tell
kids quilt by Dee D
kids quilt 2 by Jolene M
quilt by Sue A
Vickie M is working on this quilt to be a raffle quilt next fall for the Orangeburg guild.
These are Quilt of Valor tops completed this month by members who participated in the QOV sew day.
February Trunk Show by Margaret Caughman began with quilts made by her grandmother, then mother-in-law and last her own.
Trunk show and talk by Marlene O'Bryant Seabrook
Show and Tell
by Sandra B - I believe this is a free pattern from Indigo Junction.
by Sue A
Teresa paper-pieced this elephant.
Show and Tell
Carol Sommers finished her Quilt Mavens round robin from 2010.
Carol did the ribbon embroidery in the center block.
Teresa Coolidge did special custom quilting for it.
Jan Prosser made this quilt of valor.
These are some gift items that Bev made.
Judy Long show this cute turkey and his rag quilt.
This is a nombe that Sandra Baker made.
Items donated to Nancy K Perry Children's Shelter and Holiday Party
Unofficial count on pillowcases and bags was 174.
Another view of the stocking table.
We had PLENTY of wonderful food.
Guest Roger Winchell ( hequilts.com ) presented a trunk show of his very geometric quilts.