Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Guild Meeting – March 21, 2012


Crystal Day, Owner of It’s Sew Moab

Oh, what a FUN, FUN, evening with Crystal Day, owner of It’s Sew Moab, in Moab, Utah.  Crystal talked about her shop, what types of items she sells, and then showed several quilts that she has displayed in her shop.  Last but not least, we enjoyed a little shopping at her store after the project!  And, we have to thank her husband, for his humor and modeling!

This evening was open to the community and we also invited the Monticello Quilt Guild.

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4th of July Quilt

Betty Shumway and Karen Dufur lead the way in creating our 4th of July raffle quilt. The top is completed!

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The Rest of the Story… Bobbie Holt reminded us of a quilt she made for her mother-in-law’s 95th birthday and stories of the quilt for the past five years.

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EveLynn Perkins displays a recently completed quilt that her daughter, Gayle Shumway, quilted.


EveLynn Perkins shows of a star quilt that she started years ago, but recently finished.

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Karen Kartchner shared a tip she found in Fons and Porter…

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…and her completed quilt.


Nancy Kimmerle displays an apron that she started a few years ago and just completed.  (Finishing aging projects seemed to be a theme of tonight’s Show and Tell!)


Marie Wiggington, President of the Monticello Quilt Guild shared several of her quilts during Show and Tell.  Marie not only pieces her quilts but machine quilts them as well.

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Kathy Hurst shows off another project that she started several years ago.  This is the Yellow Brick Road Pattern (one of the Turning Twenty patterns)


Thanks to everyone who attended our meeting this month!!!  We look forward to seeing you next month at our Progressive Dinner.

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