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2021 Member Show & Tell

28 photo(s) Updated on: May 28, 2021
  • Peg Weschke - #2 in the Series - Riding the Wind 2. Pieced but mostly painted. Different color-way from #1 in the series.
  • Peg Weschke - #1 in series - Riding The Wind. Fused, raw-edged piled collage. Sails made of silk and trapunto and waves painted using Jacquard fabric paint.
  • Peg Weschke - #4 in the Series - Sail Away 2 - 3' X 4'. Takes image from Sail Away 1 and fragment it with lines and circles. Each segment is built and appliquéd and then sewed together.
  • Peg Weschke - #3 in the Series - Sail Away 1 - 16" X 22". Pieced and very lightly quilted. Objective to keep simplicity of shapes and lines.
  • Peg Weschke - #5 in her series - Sailor in Central Park. A different take on sailboats, wind and water theme. Took Honorable Mention at the North Charleston, Palmetto Hands Exhibit. Sold
  • Lana Armstrong - Made for my husband who was born and raised in Buffalo NY.
  • Lisa Jacobsen - Made during the January Sew-A-Long, but cut down to change the dimensions. It will be presented to the 2021 Scholarship winner.
  • Lisa Jacobsen - Table runner made from trimmings from prior quilt which is Making Waves done in our January Sew-A-Long.
  • Doris Bland - Elizabeth Hartman's Fancy Forest Pattern for her granddaughter Sophie.
  • Linda Rowey made this blue and white quilt during Covid.
  • Linda Rowey made this Christmas-oriented quilt during Covid.
  • Deborah Jackson wanted this to appear red so she chose fabrics that were red, pink, plum, orange and yellow. Made 21 wonky log cabin strip squares.
  • Cindy Strickland made this art quilt using a picture of a butterfly that landed on her husbands finger. On display at time of March meeting at Art League of Hilton Head.
  • Cindy Strickland made this Pitter Patter patterned quilt for her first Grandbaby. It was a fast and easy pattern from GE Designs.
  • Cindy Strickland made this I Spy quilt for her first Grandbaby.
  • Peggy Geraghty made this quilt, Wild Waves, from a free Moda pattern.
  • Mary Harvey had a friend ask her to make a scrappy quilt. Estimates she used 4 yards of scraps. Diane Sala quilted it.
  • Sylvia Cameron started this 3 years ago. Squares started at 2 1/2 inches and twister cut them to 1 1/2 inches. Last cut was the hardest. UFO - Fun and Done.
  • Sylvia Cameron pieced and appliquéd this table runner. She straight-line quilted it in the ditch. Finished after Christmas. UFO - Fun and Done.
  • Kathleen Pierce received kit many many years ago and forgotten in a drawer. Finished due to Covid and sent to a very Irish friend.
  • Kathleen Pierce forgot she had this kit and found it in the rafters when packing to move to Bluffton. Finished due to Covid.
  • Lisa Jacobsen made this quilt, Making Waves, at our January Sew-A-Long taught by Donna Simmons.
  • Lisa Jacobsen made this quilt, the Tile Tango, at our Becky Goldsmith workshop.
  • Lynn O'Neal made this practice quilt. The practice was for the quilting and the scalloped edge.
  • Charlene Gorrel made this Carpenter's Star quilt for her son's 40th Birthday. Deb Bryant quilted it.
  • Teri Levin made this quilt called Mirrored Mountains for son and his fiancé for Christmas. She quilted it herself.
  • Marjorie Graham gifted Storm At Sea (using Studio 180 rulers by Deb Tucker) to her granddaughter. Machine quilted by Cathy Persson.
  • Marjorie Graham gifted Desert Sky to a granddaughter. Pattern by Judy Niemeyer and quilted by Cathy Persson.

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