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Thursday, October 4, 2018

Tote Bag

I made this Tote Bag to be sold in the Guild Shop at our Show. A bunch of denim was donated to our Guild and the Charity Bee made totes from it.
My first time to make an interfaced and lined tote. It turned out pretty good if I do say so myself.


Denim Tote
18" x 22"


Lining with interfaced pocket.

Thursday, September 27, 2018

More Jar Openers

Twenty more Jar Openers for the Quilt Show.  We were shooting for 1000 and last I heard we were over.  These will be given to each attendee of the West Houston Quilters Show in March 2019.



#41-60


Saturday, September 15, 2018

The Donation Quilt is Quilted

The Donation Quilt is back from the longarm quilter.  It is beautiful.  Betty did a wonderful job.  Now I just need to trim it and sew on the binding, which is one of my favorite parts.












Saturday, August 25, 2018

Donation to Quilt Show 2019


The Monday Night Divas had a block exchange in 2017.  We made extra blocks to use in a charity quilt and to use in a quilt to donate to the WHQG's 2019 Quilt Show.  This quilt will be our donation to the Show's Tin Can Raffle.


Pieces Cut


On the Design Wall



Center Pieced


Before Trimming


After Trimming


With Borders


Ready for the long arm quilter.
Batik fabric under quilt top is the backing.

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Jar Openers

I have joined the Charity Bee of WHQG.  We are in charge of making the free gifts that will be given to each attendee of the 2019 Show.  In the past, we have given out felt needle holders or totes.  In 2019, we will give a jar opener to each attendee. The Goal is 1000 by the end of the year.  Since I am new to the Bee, I have only completed 40, but around 600-700 have been made so far. There are about 10 members in the Bee, and we make them in lots of 20.


Cotton fabric on top, muslin in middle and rubber shelf liner on back.

Below is a link to the instructions.

https://scrapatches.blogspot.com/2014/11/easy-sew-jar-openers.html?m=1

HINT:  Place the rubber on the bottom, when topstitching and place a piece of old pattern tissue underneath.  Do not put the tissue all the way to the stitching line and you will not have to tear it out afterward.



Monday, July 9, 2018

Baby Doll Quilt

I had just enough of these fabrics left over to make a baby quilt, so this was my project for the Divas' July Sew-In.