BRQG Quarantine 2020 Member Gallery You can click on an image to open up a slideshow of the pictures. Kris: First rug completed, and it turned out flat!! Woo hoo!!Kris: Graduation quilt called Life Interrupted (thus the one odd block) for my granddaughter.Bridget: Banana Leaves–I created this quilt for a friend who is unable to travel to tropical climate at this time. (Machine quilted by Dawn Veltema.)Bridget: Sashiko pillow–I’ve always wanted to try this form of quilting…this was such fun! It uses fabric from my mother’s collection of Asian prints for the reverse side of the pillow. Janet: This is a charity quilt I picked up at the last guild meeting to long arm quilt. Piecer unknown. It was sent on to Sally Z for binding. Janet: Quarantined Village 2020, from the Moda Village pattern with a design change to add trees. Made from scraps and stash. (Machine quilted by Janet Haines.)Kathy R’s House QuiltAnn P Ann PAnn PAnn PAnn P’s adaption of Sue Spargo’s Crimson Tide Christmas Quilt, changed to be a January quilt.Ann P – close up of three hand tatted snowflakes that she bought at a craft sale years ago, added to the Crimson Tide adaption. CharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityMaryMaryMaryMaryMaryMaryBarb P: This first quilt is for my granddaughter and is twin size. I call it “Out of Africa” because of the safari animals. quilted by Char Koppenol of Allendale.Barb P:The second quilt is applique and I call it “My July Garden”. quilted by Char Koppenol of Allendale.Barb P: The Third quilt is for my grandson and is also twin size. I call it “Bay Regatta” since they live in the San Francisco Bay area quilted by Char Koppenol of Allendale.Barb P: The Fourth quilt is for the grandchild that is due the end of September and is twin size. I call it “The Wright Stuff” quilted by Char Koppenol of Allendale.Barb P: The Fifth quilt is for the same grandchild that is due the end of September and is a crib quilt and inspired by the Monterey Bay Aquarium as they live near there in California. I call it “Monterey Bay-B Quilt” Quilted by Darla Parks.Barb P: This last quilt I finished in January and it was quilted by Char Koppenol. I call it “It Takes a Village”.Ann P: My latest baby quilt!Dawn V: My home pillows.Dawn V: Finished this before it got real busy quilting for others. Fun2SewJanet H : One of about 15 cards I made with fabric.Janet H: Fun quilting up a vintage linen on silk.Janet H: Another vintage linen on silk.Janet H: I found the center of this top at a second hand store for $8. Added three borders to make it larger and quilted it. Pleasantville – Barb M completely from stash fabric. Mary BMary BMary BMary BCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityCharityFirst try at a fabric covered rope bowl – Using up scraps! – Janet HCarol VCarol VCarol VCarol VCarol VCarol V, Machine quilting by Janet HCarol VCarol V, machine quilted by Janet HBridget M – Kimberly Einmo pattern, my first stab at rulerwork…Bridget M – An autumn runner for my sister’s birthday…my first shot at FMQ…Bridget M – An autumnal Penny Wool Rug–so much fun to work on!Barb S – quilted by Janet HCharityCharityBarb M’s ornaments from the kit supplied by BRQG for November meeting.Ann PBarb PJanet HKathy RWendy D – I have made and seen lots of jackets on a sweatshirt foundation and wondered if it would work on a t-shirt foundation. Here is the result.