Saturday, November 8, 2014

Show & Tell - November 8, 2014

Another great Fabric Fun & Crafts Meting.


Kathy Jones showed us a tutu she made for her 7 year old ballerina granddaughter. This took 9 yards of tulle and an elastic for the waist.  Beautiful.

Eileen DiSanto showed a great tote bag she made.

Linda Parr was next with a fabric book she made for her grandson and a lovely afghan for Hospice.

Lois Rose showed the ornaments she made after her demo last week. The angel had a photo of her grandmother and the snowman had a photo of her grandfather.  On the back she glued their names, birth and death years so anyone finding them in the future would know who they were.

Last week Lois showed the top of a table runner she made for her niece.  This week she showed the finished runner, using a bird fabric that is no a border for the back, to show that this can be done with other than border fabrics.

Lois' 3rd show and tell item was a king size quilt she made for anther niece, including a label with an embroidered dog that resembles her niece's dog.

Brenda Severa showed some great Art to Heart applique ornaments . . .

and a terrific Santa wall hanging.

Joyce Yarbourgh got into the swing of things by filling not one, but three doggie beds!

She also showed 2 quilts - a braided edged fleece blanket

 and a rag quilt.

Pat Pipa showed us 2 snap bags, made with metal rulers.

Marty Rhyne brought 2 quilts to show.  The first was a rag quilt for her daughter-in-law, with photos of her growing up on some of the blocks.

The 2nd was a braid-edged fleece quilt.

Linda Lynch came with a pillow and a runner she made from a panel.

Audrey Philips showed a Christmas ornament she made and her machine embroidered name tag for the Machine Embroidery Quilting Club (MEQ),

Last week Eileen Navakas showed her quilted bed runner as a work in progress.  This week she showed the finished product.

After show & tell, Sue Campbell led us in making Tree shaped placemats.  We saw lots of lovely fabric selections and hope to see many of the finished placemats at next week's meeting.


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