Someone has been playing with hexies!
Kim --- Bee coordinator & her latest (below)
Kelly, our Glorious Organizer, organized an Oldest/Newest show and tell. It was an interesting show and tell.
Lynda shared a new quilt, Sidelights pattern
Nelda brought a quilt she made in the 1990s
Jessica brought a quilt from 1995 or so that she started hand quilting; after about 3 1/2 blocks, she decided to finish it by tying it; she also shared a St. Louis 15 or 19 patch; Mardi Gras; and a jelly roll race.
Sheila -- her latest
Sheila has been quilting forever; she shared a hand quilted project from the 1980s (below); she has a blog “license to quilt,” where you can find a free pattern for a table runner
Deanna shared a potholder she made in high school (bright green above); she had no sewing experience at that time; she also shared a new disappearing 9-patch (below), her “Simon” quilt (yellow & black)
Jenny brought in a Dresden plate quilt made with scraps from her mother; it was quilted by hand and took years; her modern project was from an online blog (A Bee in my Bonnet) that posted directions for rows every two weeks
The back...adorable bee!
Virginia has been quilting for four years, she shared her first quilt (above) and a new project using pastels, which was something new for her as she usually chooses bright colors
Wanda shared her “Honeymoon” quilt which is a wedding gift, and her quilt using “little black dress” fabrics plus other fabrics from her stash.
The gorgeous quilting shows up on the back.
Kelly -- oldest
Kelly shared her first quilt she made in high school that she hand quilted
Kelly-- latest (above & below)