Here's a little of the fun we had at our last mtg. We had a wonderful show and tell especially since so many in our group attended Corrie and her sister Des's retreat, Quilt Taffy Retreat, this year. We even had a guest speaker, Cheryl Gunn, owner of Waltzing with Bears.
Emily went to Corrie's retreat and made four tops! This one was made by using the AccuQuilt to cut the Tumbler shapes. Love your little boy, Emily!
This one Emily made by staying up til 2am with Rachel. She used a layer cake, PB&J and the pattern was from Little Louise's etsy shop.
Emily used half square triangles set on point for this quilt. She made up the pattern. The fabric is from Art Gallery - "Arizona".
A jelly roll quilt made by Emily at the retreat.
Julia made this raw edge baby quilt at the retreat.
Rachel made this beach quilt.
Rachel also made this small apple quilt (sorry it's blurry...camera problems today)
Rachel made this cute taggy quilt (still having camera problems)
Rachel used 2 1/2" scraps for this quilt.
This is a chevron quilt for Rachel's daughter's bed at school. She used half square triangles to form the chevron. On the back she used cuddle soft fabric.
I made this table topper using scraps from a previous project, then machine quilted it on my home sewing machine.
Nancy Christensen made this tumbler quilt using all scraps and wool batting. (still having camera probs)
This is a Rolling Stars pattern Cindy used to make this quilt. She made the blocks at the retreat.
Lenette made this Super Girl at the retreat. That was the theme of the retreat. If you squint your eyes, you can get rid of the blurriness. ;)
Corrie also made this book bag as a baby gift.
Maurene went to Superior Threads while she was visiting St. George, UT and bought this kit. It's called Perfect 10 by Swirly Girls.
Diane used a charm pack to make these quilt tops.
Diane made this using polka dot fabric.
Cheryl made this quilt for her son and new daughter-in-law.
This is what Cheryl says:
I have been happily designing patterns since 1995. I’ve kept my business small so I can focus on my family and keep my sanity or at least try to. It is my dream job, it helps me stay balanced and feeds my creativity. The best part of my job is the exchange of enthusiasm for creating that others share with me and the terrific people I get to meet.
Cheryl then shared several of her quilts and patterns with us. Below are several of them.
Cheryl was featured in Quiltmania recently.
Diane then held a little raffle where each of us scratched off the paint on the card we chose to see if we were winners.
Fried Ice Cream
2.5 cups Crispix or Corn Chex (crushed)
2 T. sugar
1 T. melted butter
1 t. cinnamon
Vanilla Ice Cream
Preheat oven to 350
Mix the ingredients above except for ice cream and spread on a sprayed baking sheet. Bake for about 5 min. until crispy brown. Can broil on low for 1 min. after the 5 minutes of baking. WATCH CLOSE.
Let cool completely.
Scoop ice cream into balls and roll in mixture until completely covered. Place on cookie sheet in freezer for several hours.
Serve with honey, chocolate topping, caramel sauce or raspberry jam drizzled over top.
One container of ice cream makes 12-14 balls.
Can double this recipe.
Chopped Italian Salad
2 heads of Iceberg lettuce chop fine
1 8 oz. Gorgonzola Cheese
1.5 Granny Smith Apple chopped
10 slices cooked bacon, chopped
1 cup candied pecans
3 chopped tomatoes
green onions (optional)
1/2 to 1 cup Roasted Garlic Ranch Dressing (from Carinos)
Toss it all together.
This serves 18.