|Pat Nelson shared a work-in-progress. She was asking for feedback on different quilting possibilities.
|"Garden Pat," also by Pat Nelson, features dense quilting. She's considering if she ought to do something similar with her new quilt.
|Pat Gillings used a technique of painting and discharge on white cotton velveteen taught by Angie Hughes. Angie has a tutorial describing this technique on Etsy. Pat also used embroidery techniques by Chris Richards for the dragonflies, and added foil applied over sequin waste (punchanella) for a little bling.
|This yet unnamed quilt by Joan Dyer is the fourth quilt using her own method of stitchery. Joan created the quilt in separate panels which were later sewn together.
|Maria Billings shared her "Walt Whitman" and "Leaves of Grass" quilts. She also shared the idea of wind chime quilts, something that could be done as a group effort. You can see what she's talking about in a photo on her blog.
|Kate Grant's mosaic horse was the first mosaic quilt of her series. She used Wonder Under to attach the 'tiles,' covered it with a layer of tulle, and quilted using a mosaic pattern.
|Ginny Lee shared a collection of fabrics that she dyed during a Frieda Anderson class at PIQF.
|Kari Hannickel brought in some of the felting work she has done, as well as the 12 needle, free motion felting machine she used.
|Kari not only let people play with her felting machine, she also shared her Sassy Girl Sashiko machine by Babylock. Thanks, Kari, for sharing your fun toys!
|Our new member, Karla de Prosse, brought in one of her art quilts to share. Other art quilts, having already been sold, were represented by photographs.
|Michelle Peerson finished up a busy day with a presentation on color and the color wheel. Thank you, Michelle!