Wednesday at Pat's is a group of artistic folks who get together every

six weeks or so to share an evening of good conversation and food.









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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

December 4, 2013

18 celebrated creativity and good fellowship!



   Jeanie, Elise, Floyd, Nancy, Suzanne & Tina

Jeanie has been creating fabric from scraps & sewing little bags.

Suzanne with one of Jeanie's bags.

Floyd showed some of his "before and after" shirts.  

Here's a before.

And here's an after.

Before

And after.

And another "after".
Nancy, Suzanne, Tina, Teresa, George, Barbara & Andy

Tina brought table runners she created using another project's scraps.


Tina & George


She also has been sewing plastic-bag boxes.


Tina, George, Barbara, Judy, Andy, Susan & Diane


Elise created this quilt from many different African fabrics.

Barbara finished a Christmas UFO.

Barbara also brought bags she made.

Andy received these fabric baskets as a gift.

Judy knit the hat & her sweater.

Veronica knit this hat for her fisherman husband.

Several of Veronica 's quilts are in the new edition of "Amish Quilts".

                      Look what Theresa created from a 2x t.

Theresa shared some yoga study aids she created.

And executed several yoga positions.

Ann

 
Ann, intrigued by this universal symbol, made a bag.

Isolde & Jeanie
  
I'm making a block for the Alaska Fiber Festival Challenge.

A baby quilt Olivia and I are making.

Iona & me.

Here's what 6 quilters created from a cut-apart picture of Anchorage.


Photos by Theresa & Pat.  Thanks Theresa!

Tuesday, November 12, 2013


October 23, 2013 - with a Halloween Theme



Susan, Jeanie, Polly & Gail

                                 
      Jeanie recently made this baby quilt.


     She also knit 2 tiny hats.  That's Veronica to the right.


                   Veronica's "Peas In A Pod" quilt, using shirts 
                               from one of her co-workers.               

           The back of the "Peas" quilt using more shirts.


                     Veronica has also been knitting.


                                        Deanna shared some thoughts on her 
                               recent 3-woman show at Blue-Holloman Gallery.
                                   

     Linda showed some of her hand-dyed, stamped & batiked fabrics.



 
                         
                       
                             Jeanie, Veronica & Deanna

                                   Barbara, Jessica & Floyd

                                      Susan & Suzanne

                 Polly's been getting ready for holiday bazaars.


                       Sandy recently finished this wall quilt.

                      She also has been working on this piece.

                   This is one of Sandy's doodles that she had 
                        enlarged and then drew with marker.

                     Gail created this bicycle themed wall quilt.

                         Another one from Gail's bicycle series.

                 Barbara was inspired by the Halloween season.


                                 Another of Barbara's bags.

 Jessica has been stitching reverse applique on knit fabric.

                               More of Jessica's stitching.

                          An embroidered hat by Jessica.

                                 And her one-piece apron.

             Suzanne is heading up a Wed@Pat's group project
                     for next year's AK Fiber Festival challenge.

Floyd and his hand-dyed and drawn shirts.




 

Susan in the shirt she purchased from Floyd.

                 Floyd, Suzanne, with her new shirt, & Theresa.                     

            I shared the book Bonnie published of her Guatemala 
            Bound project with lots of Anchorage Quilts included.

                         I recently finished this log cabin quilt..

A top I made for the Guatemala Bound project.  If you have any tops 
you'd like to contribute to this project, please let me know. 

Linda & Polly 

Sandy, Gail & Barbara 



Photos by Pat & Theresa - thanks Theresa!