Annalies and Susan A taught us about the basics and some tricks to know with foundation paper piecing. It’s a great way to get accurate unusual angles and matching points.
With some practice, you can tackle big projects like this Violet Craft lion. Thank you Annalies and Susan A.
Our members brought some fun things for show and tell.
Cara finished this baby blanket quilt top.
Mae finished this quilt top for her son’s wedding.
Cassie paper pieced this moth. The face you see is not printed – it’s paper pieced! She used Allison Glass fabrics and the “Flame Seeker” pattern by Lillyella Stitchery to create this amazing block.
Susan A made these cute fabric boxes and bowls as a gift for Kristi.
Susan W finished this top that she started in a class with Susan Ellis.
Susan W created this mini quilt with the Tucson Botanical Garden – Butterfly Garden logo to be sold while on display there. The sale will benefit Quilt for a Cause.
Jessica has been making some clothes for her coming baby. It’s so cute!
Jennifer finished her Gravity quilt top. Great job!
Chris made her grandson’s drawing into a mini quilt.
Myra finished this pinwheel quilt while at the retreat.
Annalies played with using the same block in different settings. This is “Corkscrew.”
This is “Fantastic.”
This is “Wonky Pinwheel” by Annalies.
Michele converted a Chico’s jacket into a vest.
Some of us finished our curved piecing blocks. They will be assembled into a charity quilt. Great work on a difficult skill!
The creativity with using the focus fabric for quilt blocks that will be made into charity quilts is amazing every time. We all have so much fun seeing what the others in the group come up with!
by Susan A
by Susan W