Here are the pincushions made by the talented members of the Franklin Modern Quilt Guild. And just so you know, any quilts you see in the background are samples hanging at A Stitch in Time, where we meet. How great is that, to meet in a quilt shop?
Be warned: these are really just snapshots, not my best pictures. I tried to be as unobtrusive as possible when I took pictures, so there may be odd things in the background.
This last one is a “needle cushion”. Each square is to be labelled with a needle size,so partly-used machine needles can be stuck in and easily found when you need that size again:
While I’m showing some of the creativity in this group, here are the “share and inspire” offerings for this month:
Linda Harrison made these two quilts from Bonnie Christine fabrics for Art Gallery, and one of them won a prize:
And here is a bright, cheerful quilt by Lynda Doll:
Several of our members also belong to an art quilt group, and brought an example of one of their projects. As you can see, they each made a vase of flowers and the cut them all up and swapped quarters! The next step will be beads and baubles.
There’s always plenty of inspiration at these meetings!
Very cool pincushions! Enjoyed the photos😀
Thanks! It’s a talented group.