August Show & Tell – Join the Project Parade!

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Take a look at the amazing quilts from our show and tell Facebook group, Project Parade. 

Be part of the fun and join us on our Project Parade Facebook group. We love to see what you are up to! All projects welcome!

Ann Collins shares, “My daughter wanted a sugar skull quilt, so this is what I came up with. The center skull is 1 1/2″ pieces – lots of Half Square Triangles!”

Carol Hanbury finished her quilt! The reports that the oil stain came right out with a paste of Dawn and baking soda.

Jennifer Dehorty shares a baby quilt pattern she grew into a 98″ square quilt! Looks like she’s doing some lovely quilting too.

Dasa Tuckova share her lovely heart wallhanging.

Irina Kosova shares her progress on Forever & A Day – the AQS Member 12-month quilt project! She’s getting ahead!

Deborah Tirico shares her Clipper Ship, a beautiful block of the classic Baltimore Album era. She says, “I dedicated it to the men who served on the USS John F. Kennedy with my husband. I had a blast making this table rug and it looks gorgeous in my house.”

Susan Adams shares her sweet baby quilt for baby Madeline.

Virginia Peterson shares a quilt she admired at the North Chagrin Nature Center near Cleveland, OH.

Diane Larson shares a weighted blanket she made for her granddaughter. She used minky on the back.

Philip Ragland shares Parrots and Cats.

Gail Blauw got this pattern in Florida and pulled the perfect fabrics from her stash. The pattern is Little Butterflies from Laundry Basket Quilts. Gail added a few butterflies in profile. Very clever!

Tammy Poston shares two quilts she made for her first grandbaby due in October.

Philip Ragland shares a fun Christmas quilt.

Linda Kittle shares, “Just a little something I made out of my scrap basket.”

Wendy Allen shares her quilt, ARGYLE AND FEATHERS made from the Mr. Morris kit. It took first ribbon at the Maryland State Fair and the President’s Award!

Irina Kosova shares her Block One for the Journey to Paducah quilt!

Jennifer Dehorty shares her Block 10 for the Journey to Paducah quilt!

Eliza Rhicard shares her version of the Spring Countdown to Paducah quilt with Helping Hands fabrics by Kim Diehl. Machine quilted by Alice Crossfield.

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