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Friday, November 22, 2019

November Quilt Circle

We met in the shop on the third Monday of November. After sharing family news and quilt shop news, we started around the circle with our Show and Share.

These pictures of future quilters are Margaret's Twin Great Grandchildren.

A baby quilt made by Margaret and her church group of quilters for charity.

Margaret's Free Quilt.

Trish's own design.

Trish's Bermuda Triangle

These two slackers showed up with no name tags so made them from scraps of paper. HAHAHA. 

Sue is making Free Potholders - using what she has to make potholders.

Abbie's charity quilt.

Abby's almost Free quilt made after an AQS class.

The back.

Abbie showed how she cuts a slit in an empty large thread spool and then uses it to wrap and store binding strips.

Deanna's Bermuda Triangle. Just one more section to go on these Bermuda BOM quilts.

Deanna's Taster's Mystery Tree.

Kathy's Taster's Mystery Tree.

A baby boy quilt.

With Minion's in the quilting pattern.

Kathy shared her plans to do the Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt, using these paint chips as inspiration.
Gloria is making potholder table favors for a woman's luncheon.

Deb's Free Quilt! Done!!

And the Free back (using what she has)

Flo's quilt made with a curvy ruler.

And her Free baby quilt.

Flo's Stone Hedge quilt.

And this lovely number by Flo.

Nancy's mini quilt.

And her dolly quilt.

Nancy also shared this adorable nine patch.

Jackie O and friends are making a dozen Quilts of Valor for high school classmates.

After a demo of making these hexagons with interfacing and a fun way to machine quilt, it was time to draw for prizes and enjoy a treat.

Jackie O brought these yummy bars to share - Rice Krispie Cappuccino Bars - Very yummy. Thanks, Jackie.

Plus our annual November Pumpkin Bars.

As always, it was a lovely time spent with my Quilt Circle of Friends.

Thank you to Jackie O for taking all of these pictures.

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