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2019.05

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Kathleen M explaining the Christmas Block Exchange.
Shown is Nancy's prior year Halloween block exchange quilt.




Count down 6 squares from the top, cut diagonally to the first square on opposite side and repeat for the bottom 6 squares





Sew the 2 smaller triangles together, then sew the 2 
large triangles together    






Quilts by Cleta, Barbara, Linda,
Harriet and Myriam from Penny Dant's
Sunset Quilt Class



Redwork Group's auction quilt made by Earlene, Jeri, Jan, Eloise, Lyn, Laura, Marion, Kathleen, Elyn & Shel



Nancy Rose with her fishes quilt



Chris F with her patch quilt



Alyson D with 2nd quilt for the twin boys



Jackie H with an antique quilt top she finished & quilted


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May 2019


President Nancy Toney's demo on making an on-point quilt 
using charm squares - Sew 6 blocks together in a row





Cutting the squares



Example of the quilt sewn up with no sashing or binding




Quilts by Keri, Janelle, and Nancy from 
Penny Dant's Sunset Quilt Class



Pam Kim's frog quilt




Laura L joked about how she collected fabric scraps from 
everyone and used them in this paper pieced mini-quilt




Myriam T with her fishes quilt



Alyson D with her striped quilt



Alyson with a quilt in honor of the Hawaiian canoe 
Hokule’a that sailed around the world


Make total of 12 - 6 block rows and sew them together




You end up with 1 large triangle & 2 smaller ones



Example of a finished quilt
See the May newsletter for detailed instructions.




Quilts by Eloise, Jan, and Laura from 
Penny Dant's Sunset Quilt Class



Pam's adorable label on the back




Laura's finished quilt - how many pieces???





The back of Myriam's fishes quilt




Alyson D with one of 2 quilts made for twin boys



Alyson with one more quilt