Tuesday, November 19, 2013

November Guild

It was a lot of fun to see all the christmas ideas and projects that everyone has been working on. Remeber that next month is our Christmas party. If you want to join in the game bring a wrapped gift no more than $5.00. Please bring finger foods, a soup, a salad or a dessert. We will be having our auction so bring your owl bucks to purchase the blocks we have been making each month.
This is the fun pin that we made at guild. Thanks Beth for teaching us.

Elise has been making American girl doll clothes.

She made this dress for her daughter

Amber made this Super Cute owl for Beth.

Here is a closer look. It says "Owl help you SEW" president Heber guild 2013"

Leah made a doll quilt.

Her Mexican star quilt

Snowman wall hanging

Spider web Block

Santa pin she made

A quilt she made for a nurse at work that was retiring. The green fabric is made out od scrubs and those are all the fhands of the people that worked with her. So cute Leah.

Margaret crocheted blankets

Timpi made this cute wall hanging for her sister. "Sometimes I miss my sister"

Michele made this buggy barn tree skirt

Wood blocks that are a Christmas count down.

4 flag blocks

Liz Made this every which way quilt that Noel Minnci in the Midway quilt guild taught. So pretty.

Twist N stitch quilt

Sues Grandfather made this cross stitch tree skirt. It is a treasure.

Sue made this christmas count down. It has little pockets to put treats in.

She made doll blankets to match her dolls.

Kit made this super cute witch wall hanging.

Snowman table runner.

Christmas count down like Sues except hers is green.

Scappy pin wheel quilt that she just got back from the quilter.

Tricia's daughter made this quilt. She won a deseret rose ribbon at the state fair. Way to go Ashley

Tamara made this bear in a class the Susan Turpin taught.

Tamara stitched this snowman pillow.

Lola bag

Christmas apron

Christmas count down. You can change out the tiles.

Swiss Christmas Block of the month that Tamara designed and taught at Seasons of Home.

Cathy made these super cute trick or treat bags for her grandkid's. Each one has a different picture and their name on it.

Cathy made this Halloween bag and won $100.00 in a competition.

New born quilt that Cathy made and practiced different quilting on.

Cathy just got a new grand daughter, Emma. She made this big log cabin quilt for her.

Marcia made this cute Christmas stocking

She made this Christmas table runner

Barol made her spider web Block

Kami made Rachel's president quilt. She did a different border, a ribbon border.

Kami made her knit skirt

Debbie made this bag and blinged it out with bling scissors

Debbie and Kami made these microwave bowls. You put a bowl in the center. Microwave your food and when you need to take it out you have something to hold on to. There are tutorials on pinterest.
Thanks everyone for sharing. It is always fun to see everyone's fun projects. You are all very talented. Have a happy Thanksgiving.

Saturday, November 2, 2013

October Guild

Sorry I am late getting these put on. October got away from me and then I had some family emergencies come up.
Beth's Doll quilt as a reminder that you need to bring all your doll quilts to the December meeting so that we can donate them to the toys for tots for Christmas.
Beth's BOM block
Barbara M. Ironing boards and pin cushions that she has been making
All of the quilts that were made for the design challenge. Everyone did such a great job. It was hard to choose. Below are close up pictures of each of the quilts.

Everyone voting
And our winners were: 1st Michele, 2nd Leah, 3rd Tricia. Way to go Ladies you did an amazing job
Margaret made a doll quilt and below is her BOM

Leah's BOM as she called it, "Take the R out" Our Britches Block of the Month was a bit harder then some.

Mauve and flower design quilt

Green and blue twist and stitch lap quilt

Bethany has been working 9 month on this AWSOME project. He is so cute.

Carols BOM

Carols snowman wool candle holder, they made these in the Midway Thursday threads

Earthtone colors "Every which way" quilt that Noel Minneci in the Midway guild taught a class. It turned out great. Thanks for sharing everyone And I can't wait to see you at next months meeting.