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family and quilting until we can get back together again. 
We miss you all.


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The February 2020 Guild Meeting was a delight!
We hope you enjoy these pictures from our Show-N-Tell


 

- There were those that showed the sewing bags they made at the January workshop, how fun they turned out! 
- Projects done and shown by members, a great variety and always a delight to see. 
- The Mesquite Ladies participated in a challenge based on one done at an Edmonton, Canada, Guild.  To begin, each person tosses the dice to see what their individual challenge will be.  There are 3 parts to decide:  1) what color, 2) what piecing type, and 3) what function.  The end results were amazing.  

Enjoy ALL the Show-N-Tell pictures!



Bags made at the January Workshop


Bags made at the January Workshop


This 4 patch quilt was made from my selection of 2" squares in my stash. 

Made and shown by Mary Evans








My home is very small - so this tree wall hanging is now my Christmas Tree to put out each year.

This is an Amy McClellan pattern. 

Made and quilted by Nancy Powell.








Used a bunch of my 2" scraps. 

Made and shown by Linda Krupp










'Love You Deerly'
Class taken at Scrap Apple Quilts. 
Made and shown by Margie Black

A Facebook Challenge to make a "Mini One Block Wonder" 10" x 12" from scraps of another one block wonder.
Made and Shown by Margie Black

Made from a jelly roll - had to cut in half.  What a project!  Should have got them pre-cut. 
But, oh how pretty it turned out!!
Made and shown by Ruthann Adams



"Desert in Bloom"

Made from a picture my husband took
while we were visiting the Anza Borrego
desert in Southern California.

Made and shown by Ruthann Adams

Mesquite Ladies Challenge

My 3:  Blue, Hexagon, Table Topper

Made and Shown by Carol McIntosh

Mesquite Ladies Challenge

My 3:  Blue, Triangles, Table Runner

Made and shown by Doreen Kinkade



Mesquite Ladies Challenge

My 3:  Black & White, HST, Crib Size
Made with black and white squares 1st time around and sashed with a little color and bound with end pieces of a prior project. 
Using up my stash. 
Made and shown by Gail Ashdown


Mesquite Ladies Challenge

My 3:  Green, Curves, Bag

Made and shown by Marie Wheeler

Mesquite Ladies Challenge

My 3:  Blue, triangle, Bag

Made and shown by Bonnie Campbell







Mesquite Ladies Challenge:

My 3:  Black & White, triangles, bag

Made and shown by Elisabeth Sorensen


Mesquite Ladies Challenge:

My 3:  Red, squares, table topper

Made and shown by Kathleen Bean








Pattern by Annie 'A Place for Everything'
Made and shown by Tessie Winningham







One side of a 2-sided quilt made of scraps
'Scraplicious'
Made and shown by Betty Kislinger

Other side of a 2-sided quilt made of scraps
'Scraplicious'
Made and shown by Betty Kislinger

Twin size quilt made for my
1st great granddaughter - not in the oven yet
but I will have the quilt for her!
Made and shown by Sue Johnston



Another 2-sided quilt made from scraps
'Scrapulous'
made and shown by Betty Kislinger

Other side of the 2-sided quilt made from scraps
Made and shown by Betty Kislinger


Valentine Quilt made from fabric my husband gave me one Valentine's Day.  I quilted with assistance from Sharon Rawlings.
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