Friday, February 27, 2015

Pics from my group

My favorite quilt group met this past week, so here are some pics from our meeting!
Rachel has cleaned out her quilt room and is now finishing many of the UFOs she found. This is a bowtie table topper.

Rachel made these two penny rugs from wool.

These are four sheep blocks made with wools that Rachel made.

Rachel used bright batiks to make this quilt and used fleece on the back. It was a free pattern she got from Moda.

This one is called Spin Cycle from the Sidewalk fabric line.  Rachel called it her condemned quilt because so many things kept going wrong while working on it. She pieced the whole thing and realized she had forgotten to add the sashing between the blocks so she unpicked the whole thing. Then she had troubles finding more fabric for the border and then found out her red minky backing was too short while trying to put it on the quilting machine and last of all she found out that same red minky backing showed through on the front with every machine quilting stitch. We thought it turned out beautiful, but Rachel doesn't look at it with loving eyes.

Jeri made this quilt for her husband's office. He loves puffy quilts so she's going to tie it.

Holly used a charm pack for this quilt and then offset the squares and sashing to give it a unique and fun look. She calls it her chemo quilt because she helped her mom with it while her mom was going through chemo.

Holly also put this together using a top her mom had sewn.

Holly also made this mini stars and blocks wall hanging. In the corners of the center piece she attached magnets on the back so that she can change out the themes for each month. Below are a couple of the center squares. The center squares are made with wool and also have magnets attached to them.

Lenette made 20 squares like this and will piece them in a pattern of her choosing to make a humanitarian quilt. 
Cindy made this quilt which be a humanitarian quilt.

Cindy also made this cute kittens in a block quilt. She appliqued the faces and used a kitten flannel for the back.

Sherry shared a quilt that was made using her grandma's blocks.

Diane had stitched a pillow for a friends years ago (left) and noticed how faded and worn it was looking, so she made her a brand new one (right).

Diane also made this Love pillow using wool letters. She used a red print for the back.

Nancy F. made this hat and scarf from fleece and will be making several more for humanitarian.


Emily is demonstraing using the ruler from Missouri Star Quilt Co. on a layer cake. In the foreground she has pieced a strip using the pieces made using the smaller ruler.

Saturday, January 10, 2015

December 2014 Group Meeting

 Rachel made this knit scarf using her arms as the needles. She watched an online video tutorial and used Lionheart yarn.
Once the scarf was made, Maurene quickly made this cute button attachment. She actually made it right at our meeting.

Rachel also made these wool reverse appliques. 
                                                She also made this wool Christmas table topper.
Rachel made vinyl bags for kids church bags with the peek-a-boo windows. 
Rachel made this using a special ruler called Sew Kind of Wonderful.

Rachel made this cute Frozen quilt for her granddaughter. 
It's a panel, but she added all kinds of glitter glue, bedazzle gems, etc to make it stunning. 
Susan made this red work pillow. 
Nancy F. made this rag monkey print quilt. 
Maurene made this I Spy quilt. 
Maurene also made this peach lap quilt. She used minky on the back. 
Caren made this for her great granddaughter. It is all hand quilted! 
Robyn made this blessing dress and slip for her granddaughter. 
Julia made this from pieces made from her great grandmother who was born in 1846. Many of the fabrics are Civil War fabrics. 
Emily showed us her quilts from the quilt retreat. 
Emily made this for her sister-in-law. She used two charm packs to make the pinwheels. 
Emily also made this tumbler quilt. On the back she used a dinosaur minky. 
Cindy made these wool mittens using wool sweaters and their ribbings. Inside is a polar fleece lining. She found an online pattern called life hacker. 
Cindy also made these slippers which have lentils in the foot and can be heated up in the microwave.

Cindy made this from donated fabric and will give it away as a humanitarian quilt. 
Cindy also made this scrappy quilt. 
Another scrappy quilt made by Cindy using a pinwheel pattern. 
Lenette made this BSU hero doll. She sewed the mask on and used a pattern she found online. 
Nancy C. framed her paper pieced star. 
Nancy also made this house quilt which is a gift for a realtor friend. 
Close up
Also Nancy shared a link for some drawstring bags. It's called In Color Order 
Corrie crocheted these hotpads. 
Diane's daughter Nancy used die cut pieces from a store in St. George to make this flower quilt.

Monica decided to make three quilts quickly for family. This one is made from denim and flannel and will be used as a quilt to keep in the car. The pattern is from the Living Large book by Heather Mulder Peterson. 
Monica made this one from denim and her son's shirts. The pattern is brick road. 
Monica made this one using her son's cords (pants). 
Jeri made this fairy quilt top.