De Chamberlain told us she made this quilt for some friends of hers. The fabric has a copper color in it and the friends live in Copper Country. quilted by Mary Hausaurer
Jan Asmann said she was in her red period when she made these quilts. The quilt on the left is for the Heart Warmers project and the other will be donated but recipient to be determined.
Jan Asmann also made this quilt. She attended a class and all the fabrics were given to her.
Ruby Freed made this quilt as a donation for a project in Pennsylvania. Quilted by Nancy Boyse.
Ruby didn't have any large pieces of fabric for the back so she pieced the back.
Ruby Freed made this table runner from orphan blocks in her collection.
Ruby also made the quilt on the left. It is her copy of the original art piece made by a grandson.
Char Ezell told us that she and her husband, Fred Diehl, make quilts. He didn't work on this project. The quilt was difficult to make and she borrowed the one on the left from a friend to assist her with finishing her own version.
Liz Cardinal made this quilt as a Heart Warmers project.
Jean Kaufmann told us that the Quilters Anonymous group made this quilt for Eileen Gioia. It was quilted by Louise Mueller.
Sharon Wexler said she bought a kit from Quilter's Garden during their Going out of business sale. it will be donated to Sparrow Hospice. The quilt on the right was made as a project for Scrap Fever Group as part of that group's "year of giving part two" project.
Our president Janet Keesler, showing us a quilt that began in the Karen Combs class sponsored by the guild.
Rainbow Bargello quilt by John Putnam. Made using a kit purchased at Craftsy.
Dick and Jane crib quilt by John Putnam. Made using a panel that was for a fabric book.
John Putnam made this Texas Two Step quilt following a design by Pat Speth of Nickel Quilts fame.
"The Beat Goes On". John Putnam is showing us a quilt that he received from the LALAs. Lansing Area Long Armers. they gave it to him as a wish for quick and speedy recovery from upcoming Aortic Valve Replacement. Original design by Alicia DeBello, quilted by Nancy Boyse.