Our Block of the Month program is definitely topping the list of projects members have been working on this month! And it’s so good to see that workshop pieces are getting finished so quickly.

Lois McLean: Here’s a photo of my latest UFO. It’s been at least two years since i started it.
Lois McLean: This is a wall-hanging that I started a year and a half ago. 
Lois McLean: A quilt for residential school survives.
Linda Lake: I finally finished my workshop item from Phyllis Cullen Impressionist Landscape Collage class I took last month.  Interesting technique to use. 

Sheila Gibson: My Spring placemat. I am doing a series of placemats for each season.
Sheila Gibson: This is a baby quilt I made. It has pictures of things he/she would see in the house or yard. Their cat & black dog, a Blue Jay, a rabbit and the neighbours 2 Golden Retreivers.
Sheila Gibson: Finally finished this project from a book I took out of the LCQG library during the pandemic. It is machine appliqué from “Flower Show Quilts” by Lynn Ann Majidimehr. 
Sheila Gibson: I finally got around to sending this for Sew & Tell even though it was finished about 2 days after the workshop. I really enjoyed the workshop and may even use this technique again. 
Susan Cherry: Another block from My Kinda Town  —  Van Winkle House .  Such fun.
Anna Cornel: Made for my eldest grandchild who will graduate next month from Georgia Tech with a dual masters in Structural Engineering and Architecture and will be starting her career at a firm specializing in Forensic Architecture ( taking old buildings and making them safe & greener ) Proud grandma !
Jan Ward-Shipton: This is the fabric collage of my dog, Sawyer, that I made from the Phyllis Cullen workshop. 
Lynda Vanat: The Black Eyed Susan’s are a Lenore Crawford pattern for her workshop I took several years ago.  It is almost finished, lol.