Sewing Supplies


April 2022

Bette King

Bette spent her time convalescing from surgery by finishing many UFO’s. Well done, Bette!

Vickie Rooks

This is Sprout, the Highland Coo. 41″ by 46″ made for my great-nephew Theo. Pattern is by Art East Quilting Co. It was quilted by Nancy Stovall of Just Quilting.

Rosalie Movius

I found the photo of the mountain lion on the cover of a magazine in a dentist’s office. I did the collage face approx. 4 years ago but kept waiting for inspiration for how to finish it. The leaves were made separately and added with a row of stitching along the vein of the leaf. 22.5″ x 25″

Marcia Sanderman

I want to thank the members for the wonderful blocks that I thoroughly enjoyed putting together in this quilt. I used red and white fabrics I already had for many years in hopes of making a red and white quilt. I also want to thank Teresa Koster for her wonderful custom quilting.

Carolyn Bahrman

I was requested to make labyrinth pads for our youth ministry at church. I wanted to have some slight depth to them but not fluffy. I used felt for the padding. They are 8 1/2 inches square. I used a light table for transfer of the patterns.

Judy Liebo

The theme for my small quilt group’s project this year is houses. The Quilt Show’s block of the month last year was a wonderful pattern by Wendy Williams featuring houses. Five of us chose to make this using our own fabrics. This is my version.

Jean Moore-Vollmer

I made these NICU quilts with the green fabric I won at last month’s Show and Tell Inspirations drawing. It was a bit of a challenge as I normally don’t use much green in my quilts. Lots of fun!

Heather Erwin

This was the first quilt class I took through Sew Kind of Wonderful. This is the Diamond Daze done using their Quick Straight Ruler. It was a quilt kit full of fabrics I would never pick for myself but I love the finished product. It was a ton of fun! Quilting done by Creative Hearts Quilting

Heather Erwin

I made this quilt for a friend who jokingly asked for one. He was so surprised and happy when it was finished. It is Onward & Upward by by Charisma Horton. Quilting done by Creative Hearts Quilting.

Liz McElhinny

I follow quilter, Pat Sloan, on She created a block that quilters can use to show their support of the people of Ukraine. The block is free with a request to donate to UNICEF for the children of Ukraine. The links are on her website.Liz Ukraine Block

Jessica Cutright

The dog quilt is for my recliner and these were twenty years in the making. The animals are made with upholstery fabric.

Linda G

Thanks to Christie and Liz, I had a fun time making this Cathedral Window wall hanging. It’s 17 x30 inches and will join my Fall quilts. Thank you, Christie and Liz!

Linda G

Two twin size quilts for grandsons who share a room. Elizabeth Hartman’s Puppy pattern was used. I quilted a geometric pattern using the piecing design as a guide.

Linda Howarth

This is a throw is for my son and his wife to curl up in. It measures 50×70. They wanted muted colors and colors that I don’t usually work with. This is inspired by Kaffe Kats quilts and also an artist in Salem (I can’t remember her name).

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