|Beverly shows the block layout for her Jelly Roll Jam quilt.|
|Becky's 3-dimensional turkey wall hanging is perfect for the season.|
|Kim showed this festive little holiday dress with an embroidered ribbon sash.|
|This is one of a series of art quilts that Delores has created.|
|The blocks for this album quilt were a surprise gift to Joanna. |
She hand quilted this quilt and the backing and batting are both wool.
|Veronica shared a quilt that she free-motion quilted for a local quilt shop.|
|Vista created tree ornaments by repurposing men's neckties.|
A wonderful memento.
|This antique log cabin quilt top dates from 1903.|
|Left: Guild members examine the hand workmanship and variety of fabrics.|
Right: the back of each of the log cabin blocks is dated.
|A label that was sewn to the back, documents the quilt: |
"Mary J. Stagner, 426 W. Gorham St. 1903"
"729 different pieces"
|Another vintage "Trip Around the World" quilt. |
Take note of the zig-zag border.
|Dawn (left) shows her version of the quilted basket.|
Dawn (right) rescued this colorful little quilt from a yard sale.
|Juanita (left) shows us her quilted table runner.|
This tree skirt was made by Ginny (right) for a niece.
|This modern style quilt top was made by Janet (left) in a Denyse Schmidt workshop. |
The blocks were free-form cut with a rotary cutter—but without a ruler!
|Veronica used free-form strip piecing techniques to create this quilt.|
It is free-motion quilted.
Happy Holidays from the Choo Choo Quilters!
See you in 2014.