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Vickie Peoples First Time Show and Tell Beginner Quilt: Took Christmas stack and whack back in 2001. Finally finished but converted it into a bed scarf + shams.
Janet McGuinness First time Show and Tell Original Design Place mat Inspired for my granddaughters – to help them set the table and eat at the table. Will be set of four.
Christine Vitron Just a little decoration for Halloween. I had appliqued the bats and spider and used crochet cotton for the web.
Noi Bland – One block wonder, Quilted by Angela Clark
Annette Lew President’s Challenge: Wish List “Purfect Christmas” Fabric was bought in 2004 at a Charleston, SC quilt store. The kit had a panel with six cat squares and several fat quarters. I purchased additional yardage for the border. While at Cathy Kirk’s studio this year I saw a pattern called “Take Fine” and knew it was meant for ths fabric. Cathy even gave me some 1/8 yard pieces of the same line. And, she also quilted it.
Shelly Coddington Joesph’s Coat Mystery Quilt From Dee Dalton’s Smoky Mountain Quilt Retreat 2012. I loved the myriad of colors and piano key border. A VERY fun quilt to do!
Diane Cox I make small gifts for my sisters and golf buddies. This first is a notions carrier, then two golf tee bags and last 2 small purses. All made from scraps in my stash.
Kim Zebrowski This is my new Holiday wall hanging. I designed this quilt around the large NOEL border stripe.
Peggy Forster This is inspired by a work by Linda Fielder. Her tree had small, colorful caterpillars. Those have now been transformed into butterflies, a few of which are 3D. The pink fish on the back are the last scraps from a summer dress I made as a high school freshman
Janet McGuinness President’s Challenge: Wish List First Time Show and Tell Finally finished a quilt kit- started 8 years ago. (Never Quilted Before)
Rae Washington First Time Show and Tell My personal journey from a class taken with Shelly Coddington. I also felt a little feisty and made a smaller one with the hand prints of all my grandchildren. I call it hand prints on my heart.
Vickie Peoples First Time Show and Tell Took class in 2011, Bali Star. I added sashes.
Annette Lew President’s Challenge: Wish List Paw Prints of Egypt On the border of this quilt is also at least 10 years old. I only bought 1 yard of the border print, so used a quilt pattern that was 36″ square. I quilted this myself.
Capital Quilters would like to thank Bernina World of Sewing and Paula Nadelstern for donating gifts for our door prizes. The October winners are:
Show and Tell: Christine Potter
1st Show and Tell: Rae Washington
Attendance: Shawna Chase, Anne Allen
Name Tag: Julie Swinson
SAFEchild: Judy Jones, Stacy Zabarsky
Quilts on Wheels: Gail Draney, Alice French, Nancy Gilley
Quilts for Kids: Shawna Chase, Candy Joehrendt, Christine Potter
Block Party: Laura Clifton, Carla Schechner
See your quilt but not your name? Email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org and she’ll fix it right up!