Monday, January 16, 2012

Ogden's Quilt Guild

The Ogden Quild Guild held their first meeting of 2012 last Wednesday.  Lots of information and lots of fun programs planned for this year.  Their meetings are held at the Senior Center in Washington Terrace.  Show and Tell revealed some quilts that members were able to finish during the holidays.






Winnie Rhodes made this quilt for a very special lady who passed away before Winnie could give it to her.





 I don't know who is hiding behind this beauty.  Fun colors.





Marilyn took some bom's from a prior year and made small wall quilts instead of one big one.  Good idea!






Another nice patriotic quilt!






Someone else hiding behind a darling quilt.






I think this is the mantra for this year!  Again, a really cute quilt.  Oh, you can see the person behind this one in the next photo.




Sorry, I didn't get a name.  If anyone knows her name please let me know so I can include it.  Nice tablerunner!






This quilt is a mystery quilt (finished!) that Kaye Evans taught in 2010.  Love it!






Jolene showed her Kaffe Quilt, made over the past two years.  It was a Kaffe Club bom at Sweet Lavender in Roy. 







Kay Gruis is hiding behind this lovely.  The fabrics are gorgeous.











After show & tell, there was a trunk show featuring Ruth Gordy.  The first photo shows just a few of the quilts that Ruth brought.

 

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2 comments:

Kelly said...

What beautiful work!! We are a Utah family adopting 2 little girls with Down Syndrome. As a fundraiser, we are holding a quilting contest. I thought some of your readers might be interested in entering. Would you mind spreading the word for us? You can find out all the details at:
where-love-resides.blogspot.com

Thanks for your time and help!
Kelly Grove

Richard Healey said...

Nice quilts one of them that you said is another patriotic one what is the name of that block on the top the one that looks like they are stuck though each other.

http://richardquilts.blogspot.com