Piecemaker's quilt club
March Class

Dresden Village/Neighborhood
taught by 
Lori Robertson

 Lori Robertson
 Class from left to right: Madge Lindsay, Rosy Neitzel, Nancy Furniss, Vee Gibson, Candy High,
 Lynda Sponenburgh, Martha Dredge, Jolene Seecrist, Lynn, Delis Orr

 Lori Robertson - Halloween Neighborhood

 Christmas Neighborhood

 Jolene Seecrist's

Delis and Jolene's sister, Lynn - above and below
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Delis - above and below

Rosy - above and below



Lynda - above and below



Blackfoot Piecemaker's Quilt Club
held on 
February 22, 2018
at the Lutheran Church

Linda Michaelson and Trudy Stubbs conducted the meeting

Shelley Library quilt show held on Feb 27 and 28 (This event is over)


Blackfoot Quilt Fest on April 6 and 7
at the Snake River Jr High
 (922 West Highway 39, Blackfoot, ID 83221)
There is still time to sign up for classes  (some are full)
Here's the website:
This event has:
Trunk Shows with prizes!
A Wonderful Quilt show
Great classes
and Venders from all over!!!

March 8 class - Dresden Village
taught by Lori Robertson

Trudy also announced a scrap project challenge.
Any projects make from your stash will be entered in the

Club Quilt Challenge
February/March you will be working on the next sections of your quilt.  The flying geese border, solid border and 8 corner stars.
Have fun!
Lori and Candy showing examples of their quilts

Melba Shurtliff and Nancy Furniss showing the January/February sections.

Vee Gibson made a scrappy charity quilt that Linda Michaelson showed last week. She used 8, 5, and 2 1/2 inch squares.

Vee at it again with another charity quilt!

Ruth Blackadar made handy aprons.

Ruth - baby quilt top

Ruth - another baby quilt top

Julie Martin - Baby quilt for Elizabeth Baskets


Candy High - Pocket Full of Posies

Madge Lindsay - Bird/Elk quilt

Madge - Showing the intricate quilting from Bird Quilt done on her domestic machine

Dee Bowman - Group quilt made with her friends

Linda Borba - scrappy table runner (she used the strips she got from our Chinese Auction)

Linda - more use of the scraps

Peggy Wareing - One of the 6 quilts she is make for 6 graduating grandsons.

Janine Shigihara- scrap project made to hold her quilting templates.

Gayle Hoover - broke her foot jumping off of her bed while taking a picture of this cute quilt.  Sorry Gayle...get better soon.

Lori Jarmin - one of 5 scrappy quilts made for Elizabeth Baskets

Bev Evansic - Blue Baskets

Finished Mondo Bags from our February class

Trudy Demonstrated marbled coloring of fabric

Club member, Kimberly Howard, demonstrated her Sashiko sewing machine.
 It stitches are similar to hand quilting.

Top of quilt.
An example of her maching quilting.  T
Bottom of quilt

Samples of her stitching