We had another fun day at quilt club. We started out be redistributing our boxes with our round robin blocks in. After a bit of confusion we figured out where our boxes were going and who's box we were going to receive. I peeked in the box I will be working on next and I must say that I am very impressed with the blocks that are already made. I am looking forward to adding mine to the mix. I think we will probably have some more impressive quilts when we are finished with these. So round one is done and on to round two.
Show and tell was pretty exciting for us. Sue finished her medallion top and it is magnificient! Just wow Sue. This is a show quality quilt. Her husband is looking forward to receiving this tribute quilt she made for him with the patches and embroidery from his service in Vietnam.
Cathy's cute baby quilt is for her son's college room mate's baby. He is close to Cathy's heart as a Micky lover too.
Peggy was busy making a big dent in her stash with quite a few scrappy quilts. This one she designed herself with scraps of flannel. I think these are Christmas presents for her family.
Peggy's scrappy Christmas jelly roll race quilt.
Peggy's version of Bonnie Hunter's Garlic Knot quilt.
This star quilt is one that Peggy made from Missouri Star. These are a great collection of scrappy quilts. Now on to the quilting.
Rhonda quilted Linda's wedding quilt and the quilting made this pretty, modern quilt even prettier.
Rhonda has been keeping up with BH's leader ender projects. She is going to add a blue border to this and then a green one. This is even cuter in person.
This is another leader ender project of BH's that Rhonda is working on. It won't be long until this is a quilt top.
No only has Peggy been busy busting out quilts, but she has been crocheting and knitting too. She is making crocheted slippers that are going to be wonderful gifts, she is working on a sweater, and she made this adorable bag to keep her knitting supplies in.
We all enjoyed working on these little table mats under Sue's tutelage. Be sure to bring your completed mats back next month so we can see how they all turned out.
The food was delicious as usual. Peggy made stuffed pepper soup, Cathy made macaroni salad, and Rhonda made Asian turkey roll ups. We had this with chips and guacamole, cookies and candy and beverages.
Doris is going to be visiting next week and Rhonda said they are going to be sewing next Saturday and Sunday. She invited anyone who is available to join in the sewing fun.
Here is the schedule for our quilt club meetings:
No December meeting. We discussed a shop hop.
If anyone would like to add anything to the blog, this or anytime, please let me know and I will include it.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone and see you in November! Have fun with your round robin blocks.