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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

June Show and Tell, 2018

Our meeting...

Joan B conducted our last meeting of our official quilting season, and her last meeting as Coordinator. A new Executive will take their offices in September.  Reports were given by several committee heads.
Thanks were extended to the "old" executive members,  and the "new" executive members were introduced.  A few meeting details were discussed and the directions given for our AUCTION to raise money for Cottonmill Guild. Then:

Show and Tell

Barb E showed off her well thought out personal front and back panelled quilt

Great job Barb!

Estella's son's lovely wedding quilt...

as Estella explains about the colour choices and ...

backing of lobster and fish representing  NB-groom and NS-bride

Bobby's Hospice quilt, beautifully made! 

Each were labelled with sunflower as part of the criteria

Joan P's shows her stunning Bobby's Hospice quilt.  Marco Polo Guild provided 12 quilts to Bobby's Hospice, all with a sunflower theme.

Pauline L's sweet shamrock table topper

6 lovely bargello table runners from Margie C's class last month!

Connie F's colourful, flowered table runner
Connie's heart table runner shown by June.

Brenda C's gorgeous Stack & Whack 

one of Brenda's squares

Guest Mary Y, shows her 9 cut scrappy stack and whack


Also a striped fish...great suggestion Mary!
Gust, Donna G shows her lovely log cabin butterfly appliqué quilt

one butterfly from Donna G's quilt

Interesting Paris backing Donna!

Joan B's sweet chenille baby quilt!

Marj's Morse Code quilt "No Place Like Home"

Marg's second Morse Code quilt "Live Laugh Love". Amazingly smart original technique that Marj just taught in PEI

Margie C's Stack and Whack with 6 repeat cuts, surrounded by 6 triangles to give star effect. Very colourful!

One of Joyce's STUNNING cruise pieces! (to Alaska fyi)

Joyce's Free Motion Quilting Feathers cruise piece!

Great Show and Tell, super auction that raised over $1000.00 for our guild...and a wonderful pot-luck lunch!
Thanks to all of our worker-bees in pulling this off so smoothly.  Many hands....
That is all.
See you in September.
Kathy F.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

May Show and Tell

A smaller than usual Show and Tell took place today with Brenda C taking pictures and JoAnn G writing the owners' names for me! Thanks so much.

Hope to see you at the June Pot Luck,
Kathy Feltmate

Show and Tell

Here is Othello M. showing her "Fat Quarter Quilt".

Joyce N and her "Thousand Pyramids" quilt

Othello' talks about her charity quilt

Bev M. shows her striking Bargello throw quilt

Myrna T's Bargello runner and runner

Joyce N's amazing "New World Map" 

and backing...

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

April 2018 Show and Tell

 Today, our meeting was held by Jennifer S,  as our Coordinator is basking in the sunlight of the South.  Great job Jennifer.

 The workshop today was lead by Cecile G with more than 20 participants.   Cecile's Stack 'n Whack was enjoyed by all and stay tuned for the results in months to come!grouping.   There was an explanation by Margie C regarding next month's workshop.

 We had a good size Show and Tell by members with lots of enthusiasm.

 There is a Workday for members on the 7th of May, offered by our Workday Committee.

Next month's workshop

Margie C will be teaching the Bargello runner next Guild meeting which is May 14th!  All that you need for this runner is 2 strips that are 2 1/2 inches of 10 different fabrics.  Have a look at the gradation in Margie's. She used greens and blues but of course, you can use any combination of colours. A flannel backed tablecloth(e.g. a tablecloth from the Dollar Store) all be very helpful for layout planning and keeping you organized.


Thanks again to Secretary Dianne K for recording the names of the" Show and Tellers" for me!

Here is Brenda N's beautiful pineapple quilt.

Brenda explains her colours.

Brenda's 8 year old granddaughter made this quilt ALL BY HERSELF including the binding...maybe with some guidance from grandmother Brenda.  Congratulations!

Beautifully colourful baby quilt for Brenda's great grandchild!

Myrna T made this quilt from drapery fabric samples.  Quilted by Janet Spurell.

Myrna explains her many additions to Show and Tell this month.

Myrna's Maple Leaf  #1

Maple Leaf #2

Maple Leaf #3

Myrna's Flower Table Runner

This is JoAnn G's lovely bed scarf 

JoAnn talks about her Chinese Lantern bed scarf

Liz R's amazing  winter quilt with both embroidery and quilt squares!

Liz tells us about the fun she had hand embroidering the blocks that are circling the centre of her above quilt!

Myrna T's Stack n Whack from about 10 years ago. Good demo for today's workshop.

This is Cecile G's colourful Scrap Quilt using the pattern for  ECQG's NB EX 2018 quilt.

Cecile explained that her side borders are "mistakes" that she made in the body of the quilt! Very effective borders!!

Estella has made this tribute quilt to be sent to Humbolt Saskatchewan in memory of the tragic loss of hockey players. See   if you would like to contribute. 

Lovely Chinese Lantern by Mary Ward

Lisette is going to quilt her Chinese Lantern today on her domestic machine...stay tuned!

Connie F has been VERY BUSY!!
Pinterest pattern for 2.5 inch strips...Connie made 6 for comfort quilts. (Thanks Connie)
Connie F has been VERY BUSY!!

another variation...

another variation of a Pinterest 2.5 inch strip pattern by Connie

Connie's houses

Connie's bunnies!

Connie handing her placemats to Joyce and Maureen to show...

Connie's placemats

Connie's potholders...

and more potholders, plus several more potholders not shown!

Connie did this Half Square BOW, so 52+ in Connie's case. She  followed A Needle Pulling Thread's site from Digby Nova Scotia

Marg G has 2 granddaughters going to University with new quilts!

Marg G's second amazing quilt!

Paula M's Shamrock runner for Saint Patrick's Day!!

Joyce's colour wash "Two tailed Snake".  Doesn't she have an amazing eye?

 Workshop Pictures of Stack 'n Whack

Cecile displaying her Stack n Whack variety...


That's all for this month everyone.  Feel free to leave comments. It is easy to do!