If you click on the pictures, you can get a closer look.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Just One Star

Ladies, here's a link for you to go to for the Just One Star challenge.  Just click here and it will take you there.  You can print out your directions and make one up.  You saw these the other night at the meeting.  I think Anna  is taking these up if you want to bring your finished star to the next meeting. 

Another drop off point is also Thomas Sewing Center in Mesquite.  You can drop your star off there and they will send it into Moda for you....

Remember, there is a cut off time for this.  They want all the stars into them by May 1st.  They are trying to make at least 100 quilts by Flag Day, which is June 14th. 

Here's the stars that were turned in at the March meeting...

Friday, March 18, 2011

March meeting

Here's our March meeting in pictures.  Don't forget to click on the pictures and you can see them closer...

Row 3 is the clover leaves!  How cute is this Row by Row?

Some of the blocks for the Just One Star challenge. 

Martha starting her demo about string piecing.

Here's Show and Tell for the month.  We have some real talent in this group!

Diane and her cute quilt that she did with her friend.

Linda's beautiful quilt.

Another quilt made by Linda for a staff member of her church.

Look at this closely.  It's a tessalating fish quilt!  Very clever, Linda!  She made this for her Pastor, he's a fisherman but how about a fisher of man? Great quilt!

Linda's friendship quilt from year's ago....

Disappearing 9 Patch

Sharon's beautiful quilt.

The back of the quilt with that lovely applique.  I love the scrappy backs, don't you?

Cathy's beautiful Bow Tie quilt that she says she'll never do another one! 

Nona's Japanese quilt hanging.

Some closeups of the blocks.

Bev is admiring Jackie's Mystery Quilt.  This is lovely....

Rita's shirt.

Martha and her mugrugs. 

Martha's baby quilt.

Martha's Pink and Brown Civil War quilt.

Cindy's surprise Christmas quilt for her husband.

Cindy's son's quilt. 

I love the anchor.  It's amazing what a little applique adds to a quilt?  Beautiful!

Glenda's wonderful donation quilt.  It's lovely, Glenda, good job!

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Here's the first..February 2011 meeting

Here's the first entry of our blog.  I hope you enjoy this and  if you want to add something, just let me know.

Martha showing the Row By Row Quilt for this year.

Helen showing a previous swap quilt.

This is the swap quilt for this year. It is called Wheel of Fortune.

A close-up of the blocks.

The church quilt for this year.  Isn't is beautiful?

Martha's lovely quilt.

Another of Martha's wonderful quilts.

Glenda made these for her Mom's kitchen.  This was a quilt pattern with six different blocks.  Glenda made these, quilted and framed these for Essie.

Glenda made this for a friend to hold her running shoes.

A Christmas quilt for the DAR.

Glenda made this great hanger to hold her interfacings and anything with a roll!  Isn't this great?!

Jackie pulled this one out from a few years ago. This was the second mystery quilt we worked on. She is finishing up UFO's this year.

Jackie won this in one of our door prize drawings and used it to practice quilting on her Longarm.  Way to go, Jackie!

Lois's cute wallhanging.

Boneta and a few other friends are working on finishing quilts that Bennie had going.  Bennie started this one and Boneta is finishing it.  This will be for one of the grandkids.

Another quilt of Bennie's that Boneta and friends are working on.

This one is Nona's and it has a twin.  She's making two of these! 

Judy's Left Handed quilt.  She made this while she was recouperating from hand surgery. She used her left hand to do it...