SHOW and TELL -- FROM A DISTANCE Members have been very creative during "stay at home" orders
If you have comments or questions about a specific piece please contact the member directly.
Martha Scott - Snowman
Gladis Marr - I had permission from the painter to replicate her painting. The photo of her painting is on the left. I’ve actually made two quilts of this photo; one in grays shown above and one with the same colors. The teal-color portrait needs to be quilted and I will share when done.
Peggy St. George - Covid Corvid, with bling and all! I created the background then figured out what to put on top!
Peggy St. George - I made this quilt from blocks hand pieced by my mother-in-law who lived in South Texas. I believe most of the fabrics were scraps from clothing she made. I gave it to her granddaughter. Mary Ann Clayton quilted it.
Barbara Davis - quilts made for twin newborns
Barbara David - quilts made for twin newborns
Rhonda Coler - grandson's quilt
Marianne Nolte, Alex the Artist
Marianne Nolte, Becky the Botanist
Marianne Nolte, Music all Around the Skye
Martha Scott - felting
Nancy Wilcox - I joined up with my California Quilt Sisters and nine of us shared patterns. The back will have more. We each are including conditions that are affecting us.
Marilyn Bosckis Study in Red and White Xmas 2019
Barbara Davis - Clamshells
Serena Mylchreest -
Toni Cline - Aloha (Big Island Shop Hop pattern)
Gladis Marr - Summer
Irene Snodgrass - Red Dahlia
Marijane Figg - Boro Tote (from Liisa Fagerlund's class)
Red, white and blue Joy Quilts piecing and quilting by Mary Ann Clayton, binding by Mary Liebsch.
Gail Oshry - Rice Bag
Gail Oshry - Black Bag
Gladis Marr - Seattle Great Wheel It was a bit more difficult than I thought it would be.
Judy Anderson - wool applique, joy quilts
Pocket Prayer Quilts each has a cross sewn inside & a prayer said when tied. You can make 40 with a charm pack.
Next batch of Joy Quilts by Mary Ann Clayton and Mary Liebsch
Marilyn Williams - This is an OESD freestanding lace design which is done in sections on an embroidery machine. There are almost 300,000 stitches and close to five hours of stitching time.
Norma Herbold - Argyle Affinity...a one day online mystery class by Love Shack Quilts.