Wednesday, November 2, 2011

October's Sew and Tell

I would say this is by far the cutest sew and tell ever.
Congratulations Bethany!!!

Deonn showed a quilt she has been working on. You can check it out on the Riley Blake web site.

Darling Halloween quilt made by Deonn. I love the colors.

A cute bag that Leah bought at Swiss Days.

Margaret shows all the quilt blocks she has finished for the "Time Marches On" Quilt. Way to go.

Michele showed a stunning quilt she made. It is the mystery quilt from the retreat.
She won a Sweepstakes ribbon at the county fair.

Robin completed this quilt top using fabric from her grandmothers old clothes. It turned out great.

Sew cute!!! Amber framed this applique sewing machine project. We all want to make one too.

I think this is Timpi's Spring quilt. It turned out darling.

This is the Halloween quilt Tricia finished as part of the Round Robin last year.

This is a quilt that Tricia's 13 year old daughter made. She won sweepstakes ribbons at the county and state fair.

This is a quilt that Ashley also made. She made it for a fat quarter contest at the state fair. She won 1st place in her category.

Tricia's 8 year old daughter Becca made this quilt. She entered into the 4H dept. at the county fair and received a purple ribbon that means it gets to go to state - a blue ribbon at the State Fair. Not bad for her first quilt.

A cute quilt made by Tricia.

Tamara made this darling princess quilt.

Shauna shows quilt blocks for the friendship block exchange.

Cathy shows a fun and easy Halloween quilt using a fabric panel.

Bonie shows a darling car seat cover she made for her new baby grandson.

Candy finished this stunning split nine patch. I love the colors.

Candy also made this fun, bright quilt.

Super cute quilt.

Deonn made this lanyard/name tag at quilt fest. All those little pieces - amazing!

Thank you ladies for all of your creativity and inspiration!!!


Marcia Lono said...

Wow, what talented and clever women. I love looking at all these ideas and wishing I could do all these thing, However.

Tamara and Marc said...

I agree bethany'e sew and tell was the best. I think we need to make those sewing machines of Ambers as our next retreat project. What do you think? See you tonight.

Beth@seasonsofhome said...

Wow. I was sorry to miss last month and I can see I missed a lot of great and inspiring quilts. Love quilt guild!

Anonymous said...

I love Michelle Murdock's green and brown quilt. Also, I hope everyone got to see her son as Cogsworth in Beauty and the Beast last week. He was terrific. Sally

Patty said...

Such cute Projects! Everybody is so talented!

Robin said...

Love sew and tell! It is so much fun!