|This is candid picture of Kimmy.|
|This pattern was part of a mystery quilt challenge that we had.|
The following photos show all the different quilts. What a difference
the fabrics make.
|We all had so much fun with this challenge.|
|I think I only had to rip mine apart 2 time.|
|Delicious food on the table.|
|Different versions of the same pattern.|
|I loved all of the quilts. Can't wait to get mine quilted.|
|I really loved this one that Kathy D made.|
|I love this one, I can't tell you who made it I don't remember. But I know it is someone's|
Christmas blocks. I recognize that block with the brown star, is the block I made.
|It is interesting how the simplest pattern can be so beautiful.|
|Marion G made this beauty with civil war era fabrics.|
|I love the colors and the design. Perfectly on point.|
|This is the back of Marion's quilt|
|We were all delighted when Helen B showed all the Christmas stockings she made for her family|
She also said that she was going to hang them from a line in the living room. What a great idea.
|Kathy D showed the most beautiful miniature quilts she created|
|some more of Helen's family stockings|
|Each stocking is unique. She hand embroidered each one.|
|Yep that is Kathy D behind that miniature quilt. Beautiful isn't it?|
|Kimmy crocheted some hats. They are so nice.|
|These are item donated by the members for our white elephant auction. We had a blast with this.|
The rule is, no one gets to leave without buying one item.
|The canned items happened to be the best sellers.|
|Kathy G has created some beautiful quilts.|
|We all agreed that Kathy G should teach this technique at one of the meetings.|
I will definitely like that
|Sue A made this delicious coconut pie.|
|Catherine D made this beauty|
We would also like to wish you all a Happy New Year. 2014