We had a great turn out for our end of the year Christmas party. Look at all the yummy food everyone brought.
Love the stocking wrapping. Who ever brought this. Very cleaver.
I just love looking at all the gift wrapping ideas. The game was fun and everyone got to go home with something.
Barb drew out the design for this pillow and then made it. Very cute.
Sheila Made this quilt for her son.
Rachel's father got this red and white quilt, then she reproduced it into the picture below.
Beth's Cute "Kiss Me" pillow
Love this Christmas cross stich
Beth's son is going to love this hungry animal ABC quilt that he is getting for christmas.
Tamara made this table runner for the quilt book club starting in January at Seasons of home
Tamara designed, made and quilted this quilt for a block of the week (BOW) class. the picture below is for the next BOW.
Cathy made this quilt using just one jelly roll. so Cute.
Cathy made this Cheery king quilt for her room. It first was going to be 2 throws and then turned into a king. So happy.
Quilt as you go quilt from a charm pack that Debbie taught at a seminar. You glue on the squares and then they are attached when you quilt it.
Cami's sock monkey with movable arms
Cami's skarves she knitted
Sewing kit she made
Debbie found this finished quilt and back when she was cleaning out her room.
Amy's English paper pieced hexagons
Amy's new book "Modern Basics II is soon to be released and the quilt, " Star crossed" is in the book
Marsha made this very festive green and red christmas quilt.
Margaret showed us a picture of her huge Days market ginger bread house that was sold at the children ginger bread show. It sold for $500. Way to go.
Shirley made this quilt for her son
Nina made this beautiful paper pieced hexagon quilt,
Nina made this cute Christmas ornaments out of fabric
Beth showing off the cute thank you gifts that Michelle gave to all the board members.
Bethany did such a great job with cordinating the finishing bee.
Susan was the big winner that night. She won lots of fat quarter bundles. She won for being the only one to get all of her finishing bee projects finished and won during the drawing. Lucky ladie.
THANK YOU Michelle for all your hard work this last year as our guild president. You did a great job.
Here is a picture of the quilt that the presidents blocks were based off it. It is titles, "Tillie's Tresures" in the book Nickel quilts.
Here are some of Michelle's presidents blocks. Thanks again to every in the guild. I always love coming and seeing all of your projects. Hope you all had a wonderful 2012, see you in 2013. Merry Christmas and Happy New year to everyone.