Deb Owens has a great tutorial on paper piecing and the hint of the month here.
Our quilters continue to keep busy. Here are some of our latest creations:
I just finished sewing this little fabric basket. I found the instructions on the Craftsy website.
I just finished this recently, complete with yard (metre) stick for hanging. There is an ice rink at the Delaware farm and I found this row by row when cleaning the sewing room.
It has an appropriate place to go.
Several members participated in the Mystery Quilt online workshops. Below you can see the beautiful results of the following members:
Dale Box, Debbie Wyant, Maria VanBoxmeer, Mary Rowland, Judi Waters, Meribeth Dunkerley, Louise Coughlin, Linda Ewin-McAffer, Marlene Dunlap, Yvette Glynn, Julie Pearson, Mary Lou Gatward, Gail Nidenhoff and Jane Hogg.
Donna Arnold waited for Christmas to be over and started this quilt on January 4. When the top was finished, she had hardly noticed the lockdown or snow storms.
It will be a gift for her daughter whose farm is called Star Point Farms in Carrollton, Georgia. "I think it is appropriate and can’t wait for the time to come to deliver it there. Thanks to the Program Coordinators for arranging this Mystery Quilt project with Laurie."
Ellen James now has her mystery quilt done and says,
"It's too bad my unpicker ran away with a travelling spool. Said 'enough!' It needs a break. So I think it's run off to Bora Bora where it won't be overworked. Farewell unpicker, I have fond memories of this quilt being one of kind."
The Thames Valley Quilters Guild
We hope to stay connected with all TVQG Members and anyone interested in quilting.
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