Her story reminds us of how fortunate we are to have the health to be able to quilt and maybe bring just a bit of comfort to those facing challenges.
This flannel quilt was from a firend
This is a Victoria quilt
This gift from a client was hand quilted
Dark Cobblestone Blocks were hand quilted at retreat and a workday
Nine Patch blocks left from a hospice quilt were put together and hand quilted by the Mactaquac morning out group, marking done by Ruth Gilmore
Hospice quilt - Falling Triangles done at a workday
Hospice quilt done by Kathy A with piano key border
Quilt Show Challenge by Kathy A - her garden compass
Kathy A did this red work quilt after being inspired at a workday with Gail Mitchell 2 years ago
A birthday gift to Ella from her secret pal
Ella found this wide design fabric and coordinating fabrics at Fabricville (not a panel)
Ella received the fabric for this bag as a Christmas gift from he sister and sewed it that day before the meeting
Elizabeth's show challenge - Walk, Run or Relax: Enjoy the Moment
Linda took fabric for two quilts (One boy and one girl) to work on while having treatments, her new granddaughter was gifted with the girl quilt so Linda just finished the boy quilt.
The pattern for this Teddy Bear in bow ties quilt came from a library book Linda took home in January
The French braid table runner was made using the binding tool.
Christmas hanging was a gift from her sistr-in-law Evelyn
Linda also finished these three winter panels
Diane made this cosmetic/project bag
This toss cushion is for her den
Debbie finished a UFO project. Pattern came from a library book for the double Irish chain and will be a wedding gift for family in Dublin
Toni purchased bird panels at the Augusta quilt show last summer and made this gift for her friend
Madeleine fell in love with twister rulers and did placemats and a table topper
Brenda, Marcie and Joy quilt together weekly and used the same fabrics to make these "Between the Lines" Jelly Roll quilts
There was enough fabric left that they did an extra quilt as a comfort quilt
Darcy created this hanging from a calendar picture, designed it, quilted and thread painted it.
At the Villa Madonna retreat, Debbie say a ruler to make this pattern and purchased it and matching fabric. someone at the retreat then said it was extremely difficult and thought she may never be able to finish the quilt. Undaunted, Debbie used some scrap fabrics to try the technique and did this block. she is now ready to tackle the full quilt with her beautiful new fabric!