Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. Pablo Picasso
Picasso would be proud. This group definitely does not have any problems with remaining artists considering all the juicy items that were exhibited in our show-n-tell this month. Luckily for those who were not able to attend, we get to see all the goodies. The rest of you get to enjoy them a second time.
A big thank you to Terrie for the notes and the photos. You are a blog saver! Also a big hello to our newest members Jeremy and Veronica. We look forward to sharing this fun, creative quilting process with you. Now on to the "show"!
Michelle's Elephant and Me Pillow for a friend's daughter's birthday
A bag made out of Kate Spain's laminate fabric (oilcloth)
Michelle's on a bag making roll with Tula Pink Fabric and faux leather
Gail's pineapple blocks on a fabric foundation
Gail's Houses from her "Pieces Class" at the Bolt
Susan's May Block of the Month
Maybeth's "pieces" from her class at the Bolt
Maybeth's version of the June BOM
Lisa's Sashiko Love
Suzanne's teeny tiny economy quilt for granddaughter's doll - now that is too cute!
"P quilt for baby Parker
..and the back
Jeremy, one of our newest members, just started quilting in April. He has already finished two quilts and a quilt top. Just wow!
Veronica, another new member and a longtime long arm quilter ,shares her craft with us. She also owns Fairfield County Quilts where she custom quilts t-shirt quilts.
Her quilted Jack- another wow!
Lori ends the meeting by sharing the May Block of the month.
As usual, a visual feast. Keep quilting and see you on July 9th!