Lots of October Sew & Shares

Pattern Jawbreaker by Jaybird Quilts.

Karla Milota

The chair pads were made for our new dining room chairs. Since Covid Bill and I play cards and the woods chairs felt hard after playing for a few hours.

The shirt was just my own pattern with fold over elastic along the V neck.
Fabric came from Joanne's.

Doreen McDonald

The show an d tell that I did was the result of a class I took on line to learn how to digitize designs and how to to make an appliqué. I digitized the recipe ( a family favorite) on a kitchen towel.  I lan to use the towel design for Christmas gifts. 
Marilyn Barr


Used YouTube and looked at three sites to get Patten I liked. Note the narrower top behind the neck. This size around the neck will keep you cooler. Great Christmas gift.
Anne Copeland

The embroidered rope basket was from cotton clothesline.
Phyllis Costa
Louise Cutting blouse. Buttons were made from the two toned selvage.
Phyllis Costa

Linda Saniata

This wall hanging started as a panel, but it was my first attempt at using ruler works for the quilting in the outer border, the spirals in the gold sections & the leaves in the dark area.  Then I did some thread painting on the bird, the center leaves, & the stems & veins of the ruler work leaves.

Jean Van Valin


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Comments: 6
  • #1

    Paris (Sunday, 18 October 2020 19:30)

    Ladies you have been so busy.
    Loving your show and share.
    Miss you all.

  • #2

    Karla Milota (Monday, 19 October 2020 06:25)

    Loved them all

  • #3

    Karen Neal (Monday, 19 October 2020 07:44)

    These are great!

  • #4

    Linda Sanita (Monday, 19 October 2020 08:36)

    Love all of these! Amazing talent!

  • #5

    Jean (Monday, 19 October 2020 15:41)

    Love everybody’s projects.

  • #6

    Kathy G (Sunday, 08 November 2020 07:12)

    Beautiful projects! You are all so talented,