Saturday, February 25, 2012

Act 3 Show and Tell

What a big show and tell this month!! I am going to get straight to the photos I know that’s what you want!  All of these will be on flickr for you to see larger versions. 
By Jeri Who Gives A Hoot. This is from one of her first online quilt along's and her first attempt at Bishops Fan Quilting.

By Cherri quilt top #7. Cherri challenged herself to use a patterned fabric for her sashing. Mixed print blocks.
Elizabeth Hartman Sparkle Punch quilt. You can join in the quilt along here.


Another quilt by Elizabeth

Back, it's like two quilts in one.
Suzanne Gray's Tie Quilt. This was made from both her Grandfathers ties. They passed away in 2010 and she made quilts for family members.

Amber Wilson, Amani's Quilt.
Kate Sharaf Bento Box baby quilt. 

Linda Nussbaum's Stacked triangle wall hanging made For the Love of Solids swap.
Also by Linda do Good Stitches Bliss quilt top. You can find Linda on Flickr under Linda Beth.
Monica of Happy Zombie brought two quilts to share.
By Jenn Friesen Perfect Nap Quilt. This was made for her daughters school auction. 

Also by Jenn Scrap Quilt. This was inspired by a game at our All Day Sew. "I used only scraps out of my bin. So fun and liberating to make. Plus yay to using up scraps". Sorry for the bad photo you can see a better one on her blog.

Marcia Mersky made this lap quilt for her Mom's 88th Birthday!

By Megan Dye I heart Sushi designed by Artisania. Megan did a paper piecing pattern test for this quilt.

You can't resist the sushi fabric.
Jill Collins made this Robot Seed baby quilt. 
Suzanne Reynolds "Pristine" by Villa Rosa Designs.

 Lisa Anne Logan shared her first quilt! This charm squares baby quilt was made in Elizabeth Hartman's class at Modern Domestic. Fabric includes pink shot cotton, gold metallic, natural and dark linen among others. Based on Precipice #3 by Crystal Jackson on Etsy.

Ale shared a pillow she made for Rashida Coleman-Hale using Rachida's new Washi fabric line.

Ale's new bag made from an Anna Maria Horner pattern.

2 more from Ale a quilt top and

runner using more Washi fabric.
Lara Giles started this Log Cabin #1 quilt in 2005 for her Dad she decided to hand-quilt it and finished it in 2007.

This is Lara's Log Cabin #2 which she was inspired to make after Susan's Log Cabin presentation last year. This time she tackled machine quilting.

By Kim Lumapas Sam in Outer Space a quilt for her 3 year old son. She's Perfection Not Included on Flickr.

Becky McCabe made this quilt with fabric won at a PMQG meeting. It's a thank you quilt for her "goth and giggly" friend Sira who loaned her squirrel cages and gave her squirrel raising advice. 


Violet has been making blocks out of some of her friend's unwanted scrap fabrics. They were flipping through pretty quickly but I got a few good photos.

Here is Bonnie Lindblad's sewing machine organizer with name tag attached. The photo I took didn't turn out thank you for sending one. This was made using a pattern from Sew Happy. 

 I'm still inspired every month by all our member's work I hope you are too!



  1. Great post Petra! Sorry I didn't make it to the meeting this month ~ looks like everyone had a great time and such lovely quilts! I saw Cherry's in the beginning stages when we went for sewing at Fabric Depot and it's turned out just beautiful!

  2. Wow, what a busy, productive group you have there!!


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