November 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!

Judith Krabelnik shares her illusion quilt work in progress to ask for help with ideas of how to quilt it. Join the Project Parade to let Judith know!

Esther Aliu shares her quilt In the Pink which celebrates her love of tulips.

Esther Aliu made the wall hanging Lily Rose so she’d always have flowers in her house.

Wendy Hawthorne Ewing made Barn 12 of the Country Days Barn Series available to AQS members.

Victoria Barnett shares her progress on Hare Racing by Margaret Sampson George.

Brit Staven Eddy used a pattern of a vintage orphan block as the foundation for her Brimfield quilt, adding her own design elements to complete the quilt.

Sherry Ford Durbin had a lot of fun making this quilt, drawing energy from not having a plan block to block.

Diane Larson triumphantly finishes her Journey to Paducah quilt top. She looks forward to restoring her sewing room to order after the large project.

Carolyn Owens ponders finishing details after getting her quilt done for now.

Julie Stork Deisch discovered an Acme company feedsack on the back of her grandmother-in-law’s 1930s quilt. As she said, “what a cool slice of history.”

Janet Elia made her nautical Baltimore Album quilt using elements from Ladies of the Sea by Sue Garman, Mayflower by Pearl Pereira, and her own design for the scalloped border.

Elaine Breiner finished her Journey to Paducah quilt top.

Nancy Friday Petrie shares her most recent finish.

Ilene Martin is a beginning quilter who is rightly proud of her recent finish.

Janet Judson struck out on her own to design this hexagon sampler.

Louise Smit pushed herself to try new styles and colors to make this quilt.

Marianne Knöps shares Jackie, a follow-up to her quilt, Jack.

Virginia Peterson shares a small quilt she recently made using vintage fabrics.

Alexander Schultz shares a 15-minute Halloween table runner made using buttons and remnants.

Debbie Bloomer made this fun quilt for a friend’s guest room.

Debbie Bloomer decorated for Halloween using her own creations.

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Ruby Koch

All are interesting. I love In The Pink and Lily Rose. Where could I find these patterns. Thank you for the inspiration with these two exceptional designs.

Rose Marie Pongratz

I love the lily and the next quilt shown here with the circle in gold..i wonder where i could find a pattern for both of tese


I love Louise Smit’s quilt. Would like to know where I could get that pattern?