Lots of gorgeous work this month – everything from simple and beautful quilts using the rail fence pattern we developed for our “42 Quilts for OG” charity drive to an ornately pieced “Dear Jane” quilt!
Brandy’s star quilt for OG with Bella helping with the basting.
Hopefully the recipient isn’t allergic to dogs…
Eileen’s Split Rail for OG
Michelle also made a beautiful Fence Rail Quilt for OG
June finished up the Split Rail quilt for OG she was working on at our sew-in, using fabric she got from her mother.
Deb L made a quilt for OG with antique style fabrics, inspired by the Victorian homes that line the streets in Ocean Grove.
Sherre used some of the fabric donated by Timeless Treasures Fabrics to make her “Roses” quilt, and quilted it in an all-over rose pattern. She is hoping it can be given to someone named Rose!
Phyllis used some more of the fabric donated by Timeless Treasures to make not just one, but two beautiful donation quilts!
Our visitor Patti showed her Dear Jane quilt which was from a class at Mouse Creek Quilts where she met Michelle! It is all hand sewn and the borders (pictured on the right) still need to be attached.
Sherre brought a recent finish – a custom designed quilt using all Tula Pink fabrics – the entire back is pieced from Tula scraps too!
Sherre also shared another recent finsih – a quilt inspired by Ricky Tim’s “Harmonic Convergence” quilts.
Another great meeting! See you in April!