Thursday, January 14, 2010

Vassar Quilt Club Show and Tell

Some members have been working on a Round Robin quilt. This is the quilt still in progress.



Nancy showed us some bags to hold sewing items she has been making.


Nancy also shared a metal quilter she received for Christmas.



Nancy also made this sewing themed quilt backed with red minky.



Her sister, Karen also made a scrappy sewing quilt.

The sisters held up their quilts so that we could see how the same pattern could turn out looking very different.


Cheryl made this bright green and yellow quilt.



Cheryl also displayed her stack and whack quilt that Julie had just finished quilting.



Jeanann is the proud grandma of twins. She showed us the baptism outfit she made for her grandson. She still has to complete one for her granddaughter.



Eileen showed us a purse with an organizer.



Faith has been busy sewing, she made table runners and 2 baby quilts.














Jan made this happy quilt. Jan is pointing out some cute frogs. Part of the quilt was green minky.


Jan shared a tote organizer she made.


Marian showed us Nathan House reproduction she purchased while traveling.


She also shared a needle case she handmade.



Jean showed a beautiful quilt top she had completed.


Julies showed us a quilt her church is going to raffle.
Diane made an impressive tiny quilt.


Liz made two baby quilts.






Carolyn shared this Turning Twenty quilt top.



Pat made this quilt for her husband's birthday. He is a hunter, so Julie quilted it with cabins, trees and bears.

Linda showed the club the wall hanging I made her for Christmas.


Sydney knit this soft head warmer.
Janelle crocheted a beautiful doll dress.

2 comments:

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Gotta love the show and tell. That little dress is so darling. I should have made something like that for Allison for her upcoming blessing. I really liked the 2 sewing themed quilts, they did a great job.

Sewn Seabee said...

I am interested in the name of the pattern for the sewing themed quilt made by Nancy and her sister Karen. This would make a great gift for my mother-in-law
Thanks Sharon B