Monday, 1 June 2015

May Meeting - Elections & Survey

May is the month we elect our new executive and we surveyed members to understand  KRQ member preferences. We talked about the upcoming quilt show plans and then moved on to show & Tell

This is Olivia's retreat quilt with a jelly fish appliqué

Olivia completed her Folded Star runner as one of her UFO projects

Ella displayed the curved log cabin quilt she made that was being raffled
to raise funds for the Ellegood family.

This is a baby's comfort quilt made by Brenda, Joy and Marcy and quilted by Tina that was donated
 to Forest Hill School to raffle for a fundraiser.

PinWheels Hospice quilt done by Gail Stephenson and hand quilted by
Manners Sutton Sewing Circle Quilters

Sandra's Quilt Show Challenge

Rose-Marie did a baby quilt (above) and an Underground Railway" quilt (Below) for  Hospice that was quilted by the Ladies Morning Out Group that will be

Fran did this as a wedding gift for a lucky nephew!

Toni finished this huge king size quilt called "Circle Dance" as a wedding gift,
with colours requested by the fortunate couple.

Toni also completed this as her quilt show challenge for a
grandchild: quilt, PJ Bag and pillow case

Dixie's bedrunner
Quilt for Wendy's son

Wendy loved this material called "Subtle Skies" and finished this
Yellow Brick Road quilt as a UFO project.

Another of Wendy's UFO projects - Chenille Rug from Halloween (above)
and a Snowman kit from Rather-B-Quilting (below)
Three individuals displayed their mystery quilt tops

Debbie D

Kathy H

Linda D has been busy again!
First her "Little Birdies" work above was a UFO project

Appliquéd Blooms
Tessellating Leaves (UFO)
A panel for her brother

       Quilt hanging she received for Mothers Day                                       Linda's red work

and finally another UFO - her "Stacked Bricks" mini quilt
   Elizabeth finished the quilt she began at retreat and her Mother, Ruth hand quilted it for her.

Leesa completed her Quilt Show Challenge

Jane finished her Bali Pop Diamond  quilt (above) a flannel Christmas quilt from Linda Hubbard's workshop and quilted by the Nackawic Morning Out Group

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