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Noi Bland – One block wonder, Quilted by Angela Clark
Janet McGuinness President’s Challenge: Wish List First Time Show and Tell Finally finished a quilt kit- started 8 years ago. (Never Quilted Before)
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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!