October 2018 Show & Tell


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! 

Gail Blauw shares her yo-yo quilt. She says it is growing and growing.

Beth Lavoie shares her Dancing Ribbons Block by Cindy Rounds Richards. She supersized the medallion to 53″.

Dorothy Vesperman shares the quilt she just finished for her daughter and son-in-law for their wedding gift.

Marianne Knops shares her quilt, Jack.

Donna Tuttle shares her quilt. She’s finishing up the final borders. She began the center in a class and took on the challenge of creating borders to fit from a pattern.

Karen Hansen shares her Applecore quilt she made for our free pattern! 

Anita Benson shares her favorite quilt she’s made, Log Cabin with Lens.

Carolyn Owens shares her current quilt in progress.

Debbie Bailey shares her Journey to Fall Paducah quilt.

Philip Ragland shares his Stack and Whack in the design process.

Diane Larson shares her beautiful wallhanging.

Beth Smith shares her latest project for a new little one.

Mimi Aquino shares the quilt she made for her son.

Lynn Woodward shares her first attempt at something this large. Great job!

Mary Ann Sperry shares a t-shirt she just completed for the Ute Pass Symphony Guild fundraiser.

Nancy Tune shares her latest project.

Jen Abbas de Jong shares her Jewel Box quilt made for Quilts of Compassion’s hurricane response team. Marissa is showing off her first quilt that Jen taught her how to make as she made her 116th.

Lucy Copeland shares her latest project.

Gina Tucker shares her Simple Diamond quilt she just finished.

Mrs. Lobbes writes: I’ve also made a blanket of the shirts which were from my husband. He, Lieme, passed away in june ’11. It’s been a very hard time. Sewing this blanket helped me.
Now I’m very happy with this blanket. I used it a lot, but now I don’t use it anymore. It’s on a chair, so I don’t have to wash it anymore. There are getting holes in it.
The other one is hanging on the wall, buttons are in the heart.
I’m very happy with it♥

Debbie Nevins shares her Double Irish Chain she made for her daughter-in-law’s fundraiser, she’s the adviser to the middle school’s yearbook.

Janet McCann shares her table runners made with Stack and Wack blocks. She put decorative stitching on the backs.

Jonnie Staggs shares her quilt made for her granddaughter’s Halloween birthday, Sweet Sugar Skulls for my Birthday.

Sandi Budagher shares the quilt she made as a wedding gift for her son and his wife.

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Elizabeth Johnhi

I love Marianne Knops quilt. Love to know how she made it. Looks complicated. Thanks for sharing. Elizabeth.

Elizabeth John

Love Mimi Aquino quilt. Lots of thought put into it.


Beautiful quilts. It’s always inspiring to see what others are making. I haven. Finished several quilts but they haven’t gotten quilted yet.


I also love Marianne Knops quilt “Jack”, I would love to know where to find the pattern. It reminds me of my Shiloh Sheppard, who’s name is Jack!
Please can someone help me locate the pattern? Maybe Marianne?


“Jack” is so beautiful Marianne! Is there a pattern available for him?