Julie Howell created a wall quilt centered around the blessings in her life. Her family is featured in the photo at the top right. Included in her "blessings jar" are buttons, pins, and other memorabilia. Julie used her folded flower method to add dimension to the jar of flowers.
Gale Vernon challenged herself to go outside her comfort zone in her lovely owl wall hanging. She used a decoupage technique to add dimension and interest to her design.
Dot White created a round quilt to represent her world and her passions in life. Beside the American flag is the Denmark flag, Dot's country of origin. Dot embelished her quilt with stuffed Japanese Koi Fish.
Danita Frisby created a wall quilt centered around some of the things most important in her life: music, books, quilting, and gardening. On the book in the left hand corner, Danita added a verse from the poet, Keats.
Darlene Morris machine embroidered rows of houses that highlighted events and items of importance in her life. Darlene's quilt is whimsical and colorful!
Sandy Dunning designed a tote bag with photos and pictures of important life events and family. Sandy made the bag large enough to hold cutting mats and rulers!