|Mystery project: a Fabric Basket.|
If you have an orphan quilt block, it could be quickly made into a basket and filled with home-made cookies, jellies or other edibles. This example snuggled nicely around a plastic tupperware container, but with larger or smaller quilt blocks, these baskets can be adjusted to fit other containers if desired.
|Fabric basket made from one quilt block.|
|Dawn's first quilt is a big one. She incorporated the label into an extra quilt block.|
|A family find! Dawn uncovered this unique appliquéd quilt top that was |
tucked away among her father's things. She plans to get it framed.
|Left: Rhonda's I-spy cuddle quilt. |
Right: Delores used lime green center squares to give a lot of punch to this barn raising setting.
|Beverly's raffle quilt was made from Bear Paw blocks.|
|Kim showed her finished red, white and blue Little Twister quilt.|
Veronica did the quilting and used feathers and small swirls in the border.
|Janet's quilt is based on the Fibonacci sequence.|
|Free-motion quilting... song lyrics. Why not??|
At next month's guild meeting, we'll have the big Brown Bag Reveal of this year's Guild Challenge. Stay tuned!