Peg Largo told us that she was very excited about this quilt as it reminded her of the trees on the Champs-Élysées in Paris.
Jackie Borszich showed us an original design that she created from a $5.00 CCQG Auction purchase.
Jean Carlson with her Lupine quilt based on pattern by Gudrun Erla. Gudrun was at the guild in October.
Jan Gagliano created this quilt from one of the kits put together by Jean and Jan from garage sale leftovers. Three yard kit. Top is going to the Chemo quilt project.
Ruby Freed showed us a king-sized nine pitch quilt.
Ruby also made this nine patch as she wanted something a little brighter than the previous quilt.
Deb Day also attended the Gudrun Erla class. This is her version of the Lupine pattern
Mary Pearson showed us a pineapple log cabin that had been in process for a number of years.
Kathy Kittle and her version of Setlla, a pattern by Gudrun Erla
Elaine Hewitt showed us a "Chemo Quilt". Elaine quilts for the chemo project and this was one that had not been delivered and Elaine thought we might like to see one of the finished quilts.
Chelane Priller showed us a quilt that was pieced by her mother.
John Putnam showed us a quilt that was part of a block exchange at the guild in the "Chocolate Kitchens".
John also finished a halloween quilt that he said was called Halloween Card Trick"
Susan Kruszynski (landscape artist) from Muskegon - "story quilts"
Susan was our guest speaker in February. Trunk show and lecture about Story Quilts.
Additional information is available at her website quiltingfabricsintime.com/about-us