Monday, July 1, 2013

July Show and Share

Today I attended the July meeting of the Cotton Quilter's Guild.  What fun!  Quilts, friends,!  I am so happy that I was able to attend.  I brought the two blue/green quilts to share with the guild, but others' also brought some projects to share.  Here are most of them.

Double wedding ring shams to match a quilt that is currently getting quilted at the long-arm shop.

Red, white, and blue flag quilt made from tumbler blocks.

Lovely six-block embroidered wall hanging that she made for her mom.

Stacked coins quilt that Mrs. Marilyn made.  I love the colors!

This photo does not do the quilt justice!  Those browns and turquoise blocks match beautifully and the colors are so rich.  

A grandson's train quilt.  She told us that boxcars each have a different symbol appliqued on.  The symbols are commonly used on track signs.  This five-year-old is one lucky little fella!

Finally, the small applique quilt that Mrs. Virginia made two weeks ago in my raw-edge applique class.  Love her echo quilting on this one.

Happy Quilting,

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