MPS Inspirations Round 5

Sewing Supplies


Fran Meigs

Lazy Girl pattern – runaround bagsFran's Bags

Sara Hart

“You are my Sunshine” I started working on this quilt top in Zihuatanejo [in Mexico] and finished it here in my isolation time. I had the fabric I used for the back stashed away and it was a great match. I’m looking forward to taking it to Teresa K when we can mingle again.You are my sunshine

Claudia Jakim

This is the top to a baby quilt for my first niece. The pattern is “Preppy the Whale” by Elizabeth Hartman.Preppy Whales

Jan Cornutt

This was our Mystery Quilt surprise! ( many, many moons ago) The top was “lost” with three others BUT recently found! ( Are you laughing?) Teresa Koster beautifully quilted it and it will be sent to my Great niece——her graduation quilt! (She is now finishing her second year at Gonzaga In Spokane!!!)Mystery Quilt

Neena Kirsch

A group of quilters including Marilyn Henderson, Jan Cornutt and myself have been making poncho-like gowns for nursing staff at Central City Concerns. The nonprofit was left with no source for disposable gowns to wear when treating patients.Nurse's Gowns

Bette King

A pinwheel quilt for Cares NW.Pinwheel Quilt

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  1. What variety everyone is working on!
    Sara, Claudia and Jan-nice finishes on the quilts.
    Bette and Neena-thanks for your community comfort and support sewing.
    Fran-you are set with a bag for every outfit (or gifts!)

  2. It’s a treat to see each round of inspirations! Members are creative and generous with their sewing talents. Please keep sharing!

  3. How creative! I just love seeing what everyone is doing. Hope everyone will keep the pictures coming…..we all need some inspiration at this time!

  4. It’s fun to see what quilters are doing to fill the time. Aren’t we glad to have this outlet!

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