2018 06 CCQG SnT 01
Suzanne Timmer is a new member and she showed us a quilt made from a pattern by Laura Heine. Susan Carlson was the instructor at a needle arts class. Suzanne named the quilt “Metamorphasis”.
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Beth Donaldson showed us a quilt that is being donated to the MSU museum.
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Barb Obst showed a QOV top that is destined for her best friend’s son that is retiring from the air force and he lives in Alaska.
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Two quilts by Cindy Mielock that were quilted by John Putnam. The pattern name is Juxtaposition. The quilt on left is being donated to the Teal Project. The other is being donated to a yet to be determined charity.
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One of our member’s granddaughter showing us oven shawl. It is worn and can be used to remove hot items from oven. A great project to learn sewing.
2018 06 CCQG SnT 09
Danita Brandt showed two quilts made for heartwarmers. She usually just gives them to the coordinator, but reminded us all the the President wants members to show everything that is made no matter how small. Quilted by Danita.
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Barb Hollowick showig a Tee shirt quilt that she made for a granddaughter that is graduating from high school. Quilted by Nancy Boyse.
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Jan Gagliano told us that this was a “sort of BOM” designed by Bonnie Buss for hand piecing. Jan did hand piece the blocks and also did the quilting. All fabrics from her stash.
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Billie Piazza showed a sampler quilt made from experimental blocks, blocks given to her ot found blocks. Anyway, makes a great sampler.
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Baby quilt for parents that like very contemporary items. So a modern qilt.
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Mary Hausauer showing us a Quilt of Valor that she made and quilted. It will be on its way as soon as the binding is finished.
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This quilt was also made by Mary Hausauer. It is a Cynthia England pattern that took Mary two years to complete. Many small pieces. The Grand Tetons are represented.
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Sharon Wexler showing a quilt she made that was quilted by Mary Hausauer. It is for Sharon’s Great Niece.
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Cindy Reisig showing a T-shirt quilt she made for a man at MSU. It commerates the East Lansing Folk Festival.
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Cindy Reisig made this quilt for her youngest that is graduating this year. She equated it to the shoemaker’s children that go shoeless. Her other sons did not get t-shirt quilts.
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John Putnam showing us Cross and Crown. Pieced and machine quilted by John