Sunday, June 21, 2015

4H Quilt Camp

May 28 & 29 several guild members worked with girls and boys in the art of sewing a quilt.  This two day event was held at the Arts and Events Center. Extension agent Lou Mueller did a great job in putting this fun event together.  The kids had a great time sewing and playing games.  Their finished quilts will be on display at the Quilt Show on July 4th at the Wellness Center.

Lou Mueller

Cooper Yoakam loved ironing!

He designed his Minecraft quilt


Kamron Yoakam sews strips together making a Jelly Roll Race Quilt

Grandma Deb was the teacher and very proud of their work!

Sadie Cosby (8 yrs) is doing her 2nd year 4H Quilt Camp, she picked the pattern and colors

Sadie's finished quilt top, granny Cathy is so thrilled that she is wanting to follow the Hurst women tradition.

Nancy Kimmerle with the Castellon Sisters

Tyler Barton, grandma Gail Glover

Danika Meyers with grandma Sheila Hurst
Sadie Parson with grandma Debbie Christiansen participated the same weekend in Cedar City

Sidney Christensen with KayLea Spillman and Caydence Kelley

Caydence Kelley

KayLea Spillman
Kelsey Pugh with Shari Guymon

Emily Pugh with mom Sherry

Fabrics Around the World - May 2015

I failed to write who went where, I will summarize that we had fabrics from India, Germany, Guatemala, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia, Uruguay, Scotland and of coarse USA.   

Debbie made her grand daughters's baptism dress

Eleanor has be a busy quilter

Eve Lyn with more beauty's

Kathy took Butterfly class to the next level and created her own pattern

Laura our newest member

Norma finishes her Let's Make a Farmer's wife 

                             Our refreshments tonight was furnished by Norma Madden and Sallie Lyman

June meeting with guest presenter Oaine Foy

This is her latest cross stitch creation.

Oaine fell in love with sewing at the age of 11. Her first project was
a Sun Bonnet Sue baby blanket.

She loves to cross stitch!!

She says "It's just fun! That's what I do for recreation!"

Guild members are in awe with her work!

She is also famous for her hand quilted tricot.

She does crocheting and knitting also, but her love is
Cross Stitching!!  A masterpiece!!
Show & Tell

Bonnie with her strip pieced top.

Janet finishes an Apple Core

and a Twister

Debbie's oriental version of the Night Blooms challenge quilt

Gail shows her plastic bag holder.  Very creative!

a cute runner from EveLyn

Remember to bring your quilts to display at the July 4th Quilt Show held in the Blanding Wellness Center.  Quilts will be accepted July 3rd between 4 and 5 pm at the center.  Please contact Deb Bayles for a label.  Quilts must be picked up on July 4th at 4 pm.