Diana did a really nice showing on the Chevron quilt. You will find a really nice tutorial on it here. It really looks like a fun and fast quilt to make.
The black, white and yellow quilt is so dramatic.
And, the pastels are so soft and lovely. Same pattern, both so different!
And now, onto a little show and tell!
Several of the ladies brought in some of the Lawn Chair Quilt tops that they made at the Summer Picnic Party.
Terri has been busy making chef hats for her grandsons, as well as lots of cute animal aprons for her granddaughters.
Sue shows her "Play Ball" quilt. Nice and bright!
Kathy shows her lovely Ohio Star quilt. Below is her "Gone With the Wind Quilt"...that is her favorite book and movie!
Carol made a very cute Bunnies in the Garden Quilt.
Remember when Deb brought in all of her scraps and asked us to foundation piece blocks? The above quilt is the lovely end result! It will be given to a soldier. Deb also made the quilt below for a soldier.
Malea has a Woodsy Wonder baby quilt above and a spring wool wall hanging below.
Laurie shows a soldier quilt made from the "X" block, with the layout in a spiral design.
This quilt by Judy is called Bricks and Stepping Stones.
A Snowman quilt.
A beautiful wrought iron gate.
A soldier quilt.
A mini log cabin. Judy is always so amazingly productive.
See you all at our meeting tomorrow...April 15. It is election of officers. We will be taking dues which are $15 for the year. Also if you are attending the 10 year PNQ Anniversary Celebration, sign up, and that cost is $10. Should be a fun evening, as the demo will be on a pop-up book.