|Now Vickie has Twin Grandson on the way any time now.|
These two cute quilts is what the Mother to be picked out for the new babies.
|Vickie is always working on something and this is the start of a quilt for a Mesa High reunion. |
Purple and Gold
|Vickie show the rug she is working on for a friend.|
|Debbie finished another quilt for eight year old Granddaughter's Baptism Quilt.|
We are still blown away that she does her own quilting.
Good Job Debbie!
|Donna just finished this adorable quilt called|
"The X Factor"
The pattern was designed by a friend of some of our group.
Michelle Hollis @ the Red Bucket List
|Donna is also using up some flannel scraps and making quilt for "Newborns in Need"|
Donna is always so good to donate quilts.
|Jeanene is up to about 50 of these Farmers Wife Blocks.|
This quilt is going to be a work of art!
|Hedy is doing a Block of the Month|
"Women of Courage"
Each month includes stories of incredible women from our past who have made a difference in our world.
|Maryann is making a pillow for her niece, |
Let me guess. Is her name Layla?
|JoAn finished the top of her Patriotic Pinwheels|
Leave it to JoAn to make a fabulous boarder.
|Made from JoAn's leftovers the Patriotic quilt. |
Her son designed the Eagle Center.
|Peg was kidnapped on her Birthday by her Sister's and spent the day sewing . |
This is the quilt she finished.
"Wonky All the Way"
|Peg is making progress on her Patriotic Pinwheels.|
It's going to be great.
|Just back from the quilter is this "Sweet Baby Jay Quilt"|
It is only fitting to use Granny Squares for a pattern.
Inspired by Lori Holt
|Jan shows off two Rag Rugs she has been working on.|
This one goes in her Lavender Bathroom...
|...and this beauty is crocheted with the Toothbrush Technique.|
It is going into her "Pink" Sewing Room.
Mary Ann made this quilt we all loved the pattern and the colors.
|Five inch squares with 1 and 1/2 inch strip sewn in the center.|
Very striking quilt.
|I (Glenna) did some sewing while watching the Olympics. |
Finished the top of my Patriotic Pinwheel Quilt.
|From the scraps of the Pinwheel quilt I made this...|
I hate to throw anything away.
|I also got to make a "Wonky All the Way" quilt on Peg's Birthday.|
|First was Hedy|
This quilt was made by Mary a Great Aunt. Born in the 1870's
She worked in an upholstery factory.
JoAn "s third child is adopted. Her sons birth Great Grandmother made this quilt for him.
When she took it down to bring it tonight she talked to her son about it and about all the "Love" that went into this quilt for him.
|This quilt even has a label on the back.|
Made 1994 and the names of his Grandmother and Aunts.
Great Grandmother made it for her Uncle.
She was German and belonged to a Ladies Quilting Bee.
|This is a fantastic quilt.|
Jellyroll Race Quilt
Jeanene has had this quilt for 35 years.
Parents served a Mission in Nauvoo and brought this back and gave to her.
|All hand pieced and quilted.|
Mary Ann and her Mom made this quilt together when she was 16.
Lovely stitches from her mother.
Blanket Stitch and Hand quilting.
Donn's First quilt made in 1984.
She said it was an odd technique.
Fold fabric...staple together..cut on line...
Hand quilted and Piping for binding.
|Love the quilting by Kerry|
It was a Fun Fun evening and it is so great to get together.
Love you Ladies!