Quarantine Show and Tell

We have missed among other things at our guild meetings – our guild members’ show and tell. Below are projects completed during this time. Unless otherwise specified, the quilts were designed and quilted by the member listed above the photos. Thank you for sharing.

Ruth Edwards

Rolling Waves pattern from 2008 McCall’s Quick Quilts

Elaine Lybarger

Bought UFO at Scrapbasket Auction

Kaffe project

Scrapbasket “30 Challenge” to celebrate Scrapbasket Anniversary

Tumbler UFO complete

Charm Pack UFO completed

Connie Wass

Panel Quilt – Panel purchased at Not Your Average Quilt Shop

Eileen Alexander

An Art Quilt

Glenda Pate

Karen Coombs class at Bloomington

My first one block wonder quilt. Mike Stephens had the panels on sale and I bought them right before I started my “sewcation”.  It takes 7 panels.  Of course, I found detailed directions for measuring and assembling, after I finished the quilt.

This is my second one block wonderDepending on how you are counting, I cut out the triangles 2-3 years ago ( so it could be my first OBW ) and it became a UFO. I wasn’t sure how to put the pieces together.  I did a panel OBW, and decided I could do this one.  I call it my COVID 19 quilt.  The butterflies represent transformation, hope, and life, which seemed appropriate for what we’re experiencing now.

Susan Voight

Missouri Star Quilting Company Triple Play Tutorial on Tulip Block

Linda Paulson

I Spy quilt

Eugenia Fernandez

Baby Quilts

Kim Van Buskirk

Free motion quilted by Kim

Name:  Rainbow Migrating Geese  Pattern: Geese Migration by Cynthia Brunz  Pieced and quilted by Kim.  Feathers quilted by Mike Stephens

Glenna Stephen

Some of these were cut out but no blocks, some were blocks but not put together in top and some started from scratch.

Subway by Sewing Sue ( found on Connecting Threads )  Enough HST left to do all the BOM for guild this year

Rolling Waves from September 2008 McCall’s Quick Quilts.  Looks like going down stairs but is flat

The Maison Bag by Silk Road Creations.  The bottom section is reversible.

Granite City Block of the Month from Rossville Quilts

Radiant by Cozy Quilts – Left one had a pieced border added and given to friend and right one had a off-white border added for donation quilts

QOV – First is Solar Flare pattern by Villa Rosa Designs.  Second is Elvira a GE Designs quilt pattern that was done as a free pattern quilt along.  More than 16000 participated.