This is an early shot of the group and our area filled up pretty quickly by the end of the day.
The meeting started with a lovely thank you from Grayson Dempsy who is associated with Bradley-Angle House our January Charity focus and presented her with a group of quilts. If you haven't read about them check out their website.
Next we enjoyed a presentation from member Monica Solorio-Snow of her new fabric line Winterkist!
This quilt was shown at Sisters and was at Quilt Market.
You can see on the backing that Monica designed this for fussy cutting so there is a lot of space around all of the gnomes. She also shared some cute bags but I am sorry the pictures didn't turn out. You can find more of her fun creations on her blog!
Show and TellThis is my quilt top made with all different Voile's and Cotton Couture. It will be a gift for my Aunt and Uncle for their 50 and 60th birthdays.
Bill Crane shared his Feed Sack Log Cabin Quilt.
The back with it's Matisse inspired naked lady fabric.
6 year old Amaya shared her first quilt Pretty in Pink. She chose all her fabrics at Cool Cottons. Her Aunt is member Paula Wessells.
Juline Bajada shared her L-O-V-E quilt. The Tula Pink "Love" pattern started out as the front of the quilt then Juline "got carried away" with the back and it became the front (below).
Juline is JulineB on Flickr.
Next from Jolene Knight we have her Brothers Wedding Quilt. From a pattern from Susan's Modern Log Cabin book.
From Kelly Cole Shrinking Squares the tutorial is on her blog.
She also shared this vintage quilt purchased at a garage sale. She hasn't found a pattern name yet if it's familiar to you let us know.
Anne Whiting shared her jelly roll Daisy Chain quilt using Noveau by Moda.
Also by Anne this Scrappy Rainbow Fire Drill. This is member Elizabeth Hartman's pattern done in scrapes and rainbow colors. Quilted at Modern Domestic.
Jill Collins shared her unnamed quilt top which is a variation on the "Portland Peel" template and pattern.
Amorette shared her Curious Nature Hexies quilt top. It is machine-pieced hexagons made from Kona solids and Parson Grey's Curious Nature.
Kristan Collins shared her Improv Quilt.
From Gail Weiss her finished Orange Stripe improv quilt.
If only this photo was in focus! Here is Michelle Freedman's Swimming with Thread mini quilt for the Alzheimer Quilt Initiative.
Susan Paris brought her "urban renewal" improvisational quilt an urban version of "your own village" class.
Bill Volckening shared his Julie Silber mini quilt made for Julie Silber.
Also his recent purchase Tango Gardening but Jean Wells Keenan of Sisters.
Kory Keller shared lots of firsts. Her quilt Chevron Girl which is her first quilt using something other then squares.
Kory's first try at free motion quilting, Basic Boy Quilt.
Also her Lot's of Dot's which is the first quilt made just for herself.
Vickie Rooks shared 2 quilts of her mothers that she is finishing. First Jeweled Stars.
Back in which she is making a special effort to label every quilt.
Also a quilt made from assorted blocks.
Jen Carlton Bailly shared her first whole cloth quilt made for the Melody Miller Quilt Market booth.
Also bébé Sapling baby quilt.
Suzanne Gray brought her classy denim picnic blanket.
Thank you to everyone that joined us we'll see you all next month at PNCA, Thursday August 16th!