Please enjoy a few more quilts from our November show!
Of particular note today is a quilt made by Shonna Lagace, whose paternal grandfather served from 1916-1919, and her father from 1944-1946. Shonna says, "The day we pay homage to our service men and women has always been a significant day for me."
This quilt reminds us to pause and say thank you to those (past, present, and future) who protect our way of life.
|Designed by H. Corinne Hewitt. |
This pattern was featured in the Autumn CQA/ACC magazine.
Here are some of the kaleidos that were started in our guild-sponsored workshop with Kim Caskey.
See them under construction in this fun post! The difference is astonishing!
|Designed and pieced by Carol Scobey, quilted by Chris Warne|
|Designed and pieced by Hildegard Campsall, quilted by Chris Warne|
|Designed, pieced, and quilted by Vivian Massier|
|Designed, pieced, and quilted by Chris Warne|
|Designed, pieced, and quilted by Carole Gold (moi!)|
The spotlight in the gallery flattens the texture, but it IS yummy...I promise!
There are so many beautiful quilts in the show...
Though it's tempting, I don't want to show everything and spoil the show for people visiting in person...so here is the last little peek I'm going to give ya!
|'Irish Lass' is hanging around waiting for visitors!|
Click here to see more photos of Irish Lass on the day she was finished.
On another note, my new pantos have arrived!
A couple of these were suggested by friends after being spotted at the High Prairie quilt show (thanks, ladies!), and the rest were chosen to add a bit of variety to my collection. I'm always open to new designs.
Click on the "Finish YOUR Quilts!" tab at the top of the page (or take a shortcut and click here) to see the other designs in my collection.
Linking up with:
Show and Tell Tuesday, at i have to say
Linky Tuesday, at Freemotion by the River
Fabric Tuesday, at Quilt Story
Try, Learn, Grow!
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