Show 'n Tell 2022
We held our AGM at our April meeting. In addition to the usual business of administration, another excellent display of recently completed quilts was exhibited.......
Carol showed a quilt, named Grandmother's Garden, that she completed on behalf of Olive, a founder member who had sadly passed away.
Sandy brought in this excellent example of various blocks, to which she planned to keep adding other blocks.
Chris must be one of our most prolific quilters and this month she showed her latest Linus quilt, front and back.
Carol also brought in this Pinwheel quilt that she has finally completed. In our February meeting, she showed this as an incomplete project but said that now she had got it out, she would finish it.
Here are a couple of small quilts from Jennifer.
Anna is currently working on this quilt, which will be a wedding present for her nephew in New Zealand when it is completed.
At the May meeting there was only one contribution to the Show 'n Tell. Norma finally completed the rice bag that she made as part of the Spring Fat Quarter Challenge. Click here so see all the challenge results.
In our March meeting there were many examples of excellent quilts displayed in the Show n' Tell...........
Jennifer showed this lovely Square-in-Square Linus quilt
Norma created this incubator quilt in a Disappearing 9-patch design
.....and showed off a couple of quilts made by her friend Jenny
These images are the front and reverse of a wild animal quilt by Chris, with fabric donated by Mags on the back of the quilt.
Chris also showed this colourful incubator quilt, with the Flying Geese strips provided by Mags. Lovely example of collaboration!
Unfortunately our January 2022 meeting was cancelled due to the rise in COVID infections so our first opportunity to get together in the New Year took place in February.
Diane brought in a couple of incubator quilts that she has made from materials in her stash.
She also showed this lovely doll's quilt that she made in a machine-embroidery workshop.
Yvonne created this fun felt animal from a Warm Hearted Penguin kit
Jennifer showed these four, as yet unfinished, quilts for premature babies.
She also presented these two beautiful quilts.
Left is an excellent example of a Heart pattern quilt from Norma. On the right is Chris's version of the same design. Both brilliantly executed.
Chris is one of our most prolific quilters and she presented another two fine examples.
Norma displayed two quilts she made for the Quilts for Afghanistan Refugees project.
Jenny Steward is working with the Afghanistan Association of London, Harrow (AAL) to provide much needed quilts that can be given to Afghan refugees in the UK. Her appeal is for groups, or individuals, to make single-bed size quilts that can be donated to this charity for distribution. Jenny will act as conduit to deliver any collected quilts to AAL.