2018 12 Dec CCQG Show n Tell
Danita Brandt showing us two quilts she made for Heartwarmers Project. The quilt on the left with the bear fabric backing, was made from Eileen Gioia's stash.
Ann Newel made this quilt during the process of teaching a couple of friends to make quilts. She is donating this to the teal project.
Nancy VanConant made this as a quick quilt project. She did a crazy-quilt style of patchwork.
Janet Keesler made this "Tonga Treat Race, not a jelly roll race. Janet suggested when making a tonga-Treat race, to put all the colors together.
Janet Keesler's Tonga Treat Race
Reverse side of the Tonga Treat Race
Sharon Wexler told us that 17 years ago that she was at John's house and she saw a MSU quilt. She was telling a coworker about the quilt and the requests began for MSU Quilts. She swore this is the last MSU quilt that she is making.
Disappearing Pinwheel quilt made by John Putnam as a donation to the Teal Project.
Disappearing Hourglass quilt made by John Putnam
Quilt by John Putnam. Winter Houses - a pattern by Edita Sitar.
Paul Bossenbreck told us that three years ago in New York he purchased this kit. City Scape - Morning Noon and Night. quilted by Cindy Harper.
Paul Bossenbroek with a quilt he made from a pattern purchased at Country Stitches. Quilted by Cindy Harper.
Paul made this quilt for his daughter, Lynn. She is a spa in the Chicago area.