Friday, November 12, 2010

What Knots November Meeting


In case you are curious about the order of the pictures, we go around the room, everyone taking a turn a sharing, so this is the order of my pictures.

First up was Chris, since she is new to the group she brought several of her quilts to show us.  This first one is a Stack and Whack quilt.Chris 1

Next came a delightful baby quilt.

Chris 2

Three table runners made with the “Star for All Season’s” block.  I think there is another name for this block, it’s a variation of a Ohio Star.

Chris 3

And this lovely quilt Chris made from a pattern in the Batik Beauties book.

Chris 4

Next, Gail showed us this apron she made as a gift, and we made her model it for us.  Lovely Kaffe Fasette fabrics.


Gail brought her Millennium Quilt which was completed it 2001, it has 2000 different fabrics in it.Gail 2

Even though Anara wasn’t with us, her quilt was.  This is a present for her Sister–in-law.  Fun panels with wonderful quilting and embellishing.Anara

Marian took her Black and White quilt and framed it, yikes she cut it down to fit.  Lovely even if the photographer got her reflection in the picture.Marian

Pam is putting together this quilt for a friend, the recipient is in the hospital and the blocks were made by her friends.  Can you guess that she likes pink?Pam

Here is Linda C’s One Block Wonder.  She was looking for suggestions on how to quilt it, and got more than she bargained for.  We’ll expect to see it done next month.LindaC

Francie surprised us with a visit and showed us some bags she’s putting together for a church Bazaar.  She is using small quilts and experiments as pockets to embellish the tote bags.Francie

           Can you tell that I tried to take notes as people were talking?  I have been elected Secretary for the Moonlight Quilters Guild (my evening group) so I was practicing.