Sally Leep was our third presenter in the “Artists Among Us” program. She is very precise and works with great details. Perfection is her mantra.
A baby quilt inspired by an Aunt’s quilt made with polyester/cotton blend.
A baby quilt made for her son Billie – he received this quilt when he was 32! Congrats to Sally for a finish, even if it was a tad late!
Mrs. Lincoln’s quilt made as a challenge with her Paducah friends.
The back of the next quilt. Even the backs get attention sometimes!
The smaller quilt was made with the scraps cut off of all the corners of the larger quilt! No scrap gets away!
Above the Tree Line quilt – tiny 1 inch squares.
A Kim Diehl design made by Sally to celebrate her retirement after 35 years at Herman Miller.
Bright Light – made with a cake walk plus cake layer cuts of fabric from Paducha.
And of course a quilt from the scraps of Bright Light!
My Long Winter. Gorgeous quilt!
Katelyn’s doll quilt
Tiled background quilt made at the BRQG class last year.
Sally loves christmas quilts! She has made one for each of her grandchildren. Unbelievable applique!
Another of Sally’s Christmas quilts. She said this was the most challenging she has ever done. I believe it! The picture just doesn’t do it justice.
The second presenter in our “Artists Among Us” series was Carmen Smith. She loves the process but not the finishing! She works fast and is creative. She likes to keep it fun!
An itty bitty – she loves traditional quilts and Civil War prints!
Carmen has 700 spools of thread – you never know what color you are going to need and what if the fabric stores are closed?? So she bought this panel to try out some of her thread collection!! Lovely!!
Her Hat Ladies quilt designed and drawn by her! Her late sister is memorialized in this quilt.
She decided to try paper piecing and this colorful quilt is the result. Sewn at last year’s March Guild Retreat.
Urban Owls Quilt! This beauty is so visually interesting. Urban Owls is out of Texas.
Her design with Jesus knocking on her door. She used a photo representing Jesus from the internet and printed it on fabrick for the center of her quilt.
The program was ‘The Artists Among Us’. We heard from three of our members. Lorelle Eberly was our first presenter. Thanks to Ann P for keeping track of information about each quilt. I am going to borrow her words for some of this post and a couple of pictures!
Lorelle’s Aunt Helen’s quilt that she purchased at the estate auction – hand pieced and hand quilted.
Her Grandmother Bertha’s Dresden Plate.
A quilt made by Lorelle’s mother for their church. She used a design from a stained glass window to create this original design. This quilt was always on display at Easter.
Golden Wedding Ring quilt made by Lorelle’s mother for Lorelle.
A quilt Lorelle made for one of her granddaughters.
Another quilt made for a granddaughter.
Yet another quilt made for another granddaughter.
Birds for grandchildren, small wall hangings.
Christmas table toppers