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Sunday, December 20, 2015

Guild meeting

Three things to be happy about:
(1) slow cooker bags
(2) hot cider
(3) Christmas cookies baking

Lots of great show and tell, fellowship and fun at our last guild meeting for the year!  I usually get a photo of the food and more food we have, but I wasn't quick enough this time, LOL.  Just let me say, "Willie Mae, your cabbage was slammin'!   Cynthia, your rum cake had me singing all the way home!"

As usual there's a lot of beautiful pieces to see this time - I should warn you this post is photo-heavy!

Jackie has done it again!

She drew these figures - freehand - from a small picture her sister gave her - gorgeous!

Elsie was inspired to make this appliqued hanging from a post card!

And here are two more round robin group results from our retreat in October

Another one from Jackie...

Melba's cathedral windows, front...

... and back!

I envy Melba - she works at the National Zoo and can see the new babies up close and personal!

Jennifer made embroidered Christmas bed pillows.

Looking to buy decorative pillows at Pier 1, she realized she already had everything she needed at home to make exactly what she wanted.

Clever use of unwanted drapery panels, Scarlett!!

Renea's gift for her father-in-love - gorgeous!

He's a WWII veteran in his 90's and this will be his first quilt from Renea.

That one definitely goes on my to-do list!

December show n tell wouldn't be complete without a Christmas tree - nice one, Sheryl!

This one's hand embroidered; every year she will add more buttons to the background.

Did you get all those, Renee?  Nice hat!!

That's it for now, enjoy your Sunday - sew forth and sew on til later!

1 comment:

  1. Lovely work with your group - always enjoy the show and shares with them. Jackie's piece is just stunning!


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