Thursday, March 5, 2009

RAFA's March Meeting

Show and Tell is always the most popular part of our monthly meeting, and we have a few pictures to share.

Hiding behind her snow-dyed fabric is Anne Fischer. You can see by the tall stack of dyed fabrics, that she's been having a lot of fun with this process.

Barb Seils and Janet Root are watching Nancy Hicks show us the quilt she created from her painted piece.

Janet Root sold a jacket similar to this one at last year's Clothesline Festival, so she had to make another one for herself.

Janet also made this wonderful quilt, which was quilted by Val Schultz.

Sarah Terry finished the piece she started in a GVQC workshop.

Elaine Ross, who is a new RAFA member, is behind this piece she did for a challenge.

These little purses, made by Jeanne Simpson, got lots of attention when people opened them and inspected the lining fabrics.

Brenda D'Angelo says that making these ear-flap hats has become very addictive.

Pat Falkner has made a lot of progress on her lion quilt inspired by photos her husband took on his last trip.

Jeanne Beck showed us how she has attached one of her Notation pieces to foamcore and plans to frame it.
And this is Mary Rankin with her latest piece.
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