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January 2, 2020 – Selvage Coasters

Angelique, our resident “selvage expert”, shared some of her completed selvage projects as well as some “tips and tricks” for helping us complete our coasters.   Help!  I’m drowning in selvages!  (Plenty of selvages were available!) What’s this!?!?  A snarl contest!?!?  Even President Bill got in on the sillies! These two beautiful tops were donated […]

December 5, 2019 – Christmas Dinner

The 2019 LNT Christmas Dinner was full of food, friends, a block challenge, recognitions, show-and-tell, and much laughter.  Thanks to Robbie and the Christmas elves for preparing the room for this big party, complete with holiday centerpieces for door prizes and embroidered ornaments for everyone. Here are our four Susans.  We also have lots of […]

November 21, 2019 – Clothesline Bowls

Thank to Terrie for presenting this wonderful class!  Her creations are beautiful! First we wrapped the fabric strips around the clothesline.  Sometimes it became a funny and tangly mess. Then we started sewing.  Even though this was the first time for most to make a clothesline bowl, several were still able to complete their bowls […]

October 3, 2019 – Kite in a Square

Thanks to Susan W. for teaching this class on making a Kite in a Square.  Each completed square looks like a kite, and four can be arranged in various ways to make the blocks. This is just one of the many possible layouts. Sew and Tell Angelique’s Christmas Tree wall hanging Kim’s Jelly Roll Race […]

September 19, 2019 – Cuddle Care

At the last Cuddle Care meeting members made squares utilizing the Quilt-As-You-Go technique.  At this meeting members were shown how to add a sashing to complete quilts for the Children’s Hospital. Thanks to Debbie for taking pictures in my absence.  She sent several photos of members hard at work.  Please take note of the seam […]

September 5, 2019 – Reverse Applique

If you attended this year’s Quilters’ Day Out or the Kentucky State Fair, you may have seen this amazing reverse appliqué zebra by Tamila Johnson-White.  We were fortunate to have Tamila share with us at our first meeting in September.  She provided several examples of needle turned and raw edge reverse appliqué techniques, and explained […]