This is a quilt Cheryl made for Amy's stepson.
Cheryl has also been making American Girl outfits for her great nieces.
This is a photo of one of Sydney's Santa hat chair covers.
Jan made a couple of flannel baby quilts for Christmas for Kids, an organization which provides toys, hats, mittens, etc. for needy children.
Faith made this quilt for a friend who has been going through tough times.
Connie's mother-in-law started a quilt for Connie and her husband's 25th anniversary before she passed away.
Fifteen years later...Connie has taken the pieces and made them into this quilt top.
Carolyn made the following three quilts for Christmas for Kids. Lucky kids who receive them in their package!
Mary's quilt has beautiful handwork around the center of the quilt.
This basket quilt is also Mary's. She hand embroidered the baskets and embellished them with beads.
Nance made these mittens using wool sweaters from Goodwill.
Nancy's grandchildren helped color this quilt top for thier new sibbling.
Nancy appliqued flowers on this beautiful trellis quilt.
Nancy made this quilt for a friend.
Diane made this quilt for a graduation present.
Viola made this pretty quilter's quilt. Her daughter, Julie quilted it.
Viola also made a number of table runners, this is one of them.
Jan made this quilt as part of a retreat.
Jan's mom made this table topper.
This wool felted bag was found at a resale shop!
Jan also made this pretty wool pillow.
Jeanann made this quilt for her grandson. She practiced using her embroidery machine on some of the squares.
Marlene made this table topper for a friend using vintage fabric which had belonged to the friend's mother.
Darlene has also been making mittens from old sweaters.
When Marlene asked if anyone knew how to fold a napkin to look like a Christmas tree, Darlene just happened to have a sample!