ur Guild members enjoy sharing their finished quilts at our general meeting each month. Its a great time to check out color schemes, patterns that may interest you, and admire the work of our fellow artists!

Click on the month to see the quilts featured during each meeting. By clicking on the individual pictures, you can read more about the maker, the quilter, and the pattern, if available.

    • Mini-Autumn Splendor Winner
    • Super Simple Layer Cakes made by Aleida Houdyshell.  Aleida had 2-10-inch layer cake fabric squares and used a pattern she purchased at Quilt Expressions.
    • Providence  made by Aleida Houdyshell.  She used a 5" charm package in this project.
    • "Our RV Journey" by Kim Strouse.  Kim hand-embroidered these blocks to commemorate their RV "trip of a lifetime" last year.
    • Christmas Tree Hunt by Melissa.  This was an original design.
    • Joseph's Coat of Many Colors made by Kathy Webb. 
 Handpieced and quilted as my grandmother's last quilt and took 25 years to complete!
    • Posh Santa by Melissa.  Too cute not to make!  She used a vintage button for his eye, velvet for the hat, and chenille yarn to decorate the hat.
    • Grandmother's Masterpiece by Kathy Webb.  My other treasured this quilt as the final and best quilt her mother had made (probably in 1940-50's).
    • Stripes and Strips by Gwen Smith.  This quilt is a result of a class at QuiltCon several years ago to use up some of my stash.  PS. Also, just tonight, I finished the dress I'm wearing (started 5 yeas ago!)
    • Happy Tree by Jan Lundine.  This was the result of a paper-piecing class at Quilt crossing and will be displayed at the Eagle Christmas Show.
    • Memories by Gwen Smith.  This quilt was made from  blocks presented to me at the end of my term as BBQ President in 2010.
    • Air Traffic Control by Carol Robinson. 
 This was a Christmas gift for 6-year-old grandson using primary colors.
    • Christmas Tree by Cheryl Little.  This was made for a great nephew and his new family for their first Christmas together.
    • Floral Find by Donna Swanson.  The floral fabric was found in a Garden Valley store and used matching fabrics from her stash.  Quilt will be donated to a Young Life leader in Central Asia.
    • Rocket's Red Glare by Nancy England.  Nancy liked this pattern used for a Quilt of Valor.
    • Purple Stash by Donna Swanson. 
 Designed and quilted by Donna Swanson and is a wedding gift for Ilya & Sasha, Young Life leaders in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
    • Star Crossed by Nancy England.  Nancy liked this pattern used for a QOV.
    • Dresden Sunday by Sandi Lockhart.  This quilt was made from scraps and was hand appliquéd and hand quilted.
    • Christmas Wall Decor by Alta Moffit.  My friend saw this pattern and loved it, so I made it as a gift to her.
    • Winter Checkmark by Suzon Stroud.  This is the second bargello quilt made after attending Julia Zieglar's class.
    • Wild Horses made by Linda Whitney.  I saw this quilt in Quilter Magazine and wanted to make it as a wall hanging.
    • Poison Ivy by Suzon Stroud.  I had a lot of fun learning this technique at Julia Zieglar's schoolhouse class.
    • Comet in Space by Gail Wilson.  This is the result of Julia Zieglar's class.  The ombre background fabric looked like space and the accent fabric reminded me of a comet.
    • QOV by Mona Harp, Cathy Venosdel, and Connie Emmen.  This was a stashbuster from Quilt Expressions, quilted by Connie Emmon and bound by Mona Harp.
    • Black and Pink by Sonya Parisi.  Hand and machine quilted.
    • Merry Men by Eileen Wardle.  My grand-daughter, Raynea, designed the snowman and I used her sketches to applique' the blocks.
    • Turkish Dervish by Sonya Parisi.  This is a custom request with specific designs.  Hand applique'd and hand quilted.
    • Northern Lights by Shannan Brimmer. 
 Northern lights in Alaska.
    • A Chili Christmas by Carol Bearce and Nancy England.  These were blocks purchased at this year's Quilt Show auction.  This will be used as a raffle quilt at our church's rundraiser.
    • Roll Tide by CJ Adams.  This is a gift for my father, a die-hard Alabama Crimson Tide  superfan!  A Facebook friend donated many Alabama fabric scraps. I designed both the quilt pattern and the pantograph pattern to quilt it.
    • Tracy Clark - Ladies Night
    • Suzon Stroud - Home Sweet Home - CA
    • Ruth Rudeen - Scottie Plaids
    • Mona Harp - QOV
    • Jude Reppell - Return to Sender
    • Jude Reppell - Autumn Celebration
    • Gail Wilson - Topsy Turvy Witches
    • Danette Kroft - Hawaiian Snowflake
    • Connie Emmen - QOV
    • Chris Klover - Lyon Gray Wedding Quilt
    • Chris Klover - For Grace Pari
    • Carol Bearce - Sail Boat BOM
    • Carol Bearce - Around the World
    • Barbara Derby - Frieda Fox
    • Barbara Derby - Birds of a Feather Stick Together
    • Winter Garden is a wool and embroidery "Crazy Quilt" presented by Jan Cuff.  The quilt belongs to a friend and Jan asked to share it with the quilt guild.  Thank you Jan!
    • Nancy England made this Quilt of Valor called "Star Shuffle" from a pattern in the July/August 2018 McCall magazine.
    • Nancy England made "Bright Stars" from  a pattern in the July/August 2019 issue of Quiltmaker magazine.  Beautiful Quilt of Valor quilt.
    • Sharon Culley made her quilt for a friend of 23 years.  Sharon's "sister" from another mister.
    • Maureen Stevens made "Autumn in New England" from a pattern by Prairie Grove Peddler after a trip to New England
    • Karen Falvey made two quilts at a Quilt Busters at Quilt Expressions.  She still has batiks to use!
    • Joann Hopkins made this Quilt of Valor for her 94 year old Uncle.
    • Jane Thompson made Loose Thread after Carmen Geddes gave a class in Boise.  The pattern is from Tensisters.com.
    • Jan Lundine made Block Party Sampler at a BBQ Schoolhouse Class.  It is a Carmen Geddes pattern.
    • Jan Lundine made her Jelly Roll Mystery quilt in a class at Julia Zigler's.
    • Debbie Haumesser made Kaleisoscope for a wedding gift.  The pattern is from Magic Stack in Whack by Bethany S  Reynolds.