There's a group of women who come to the store every Thursday morning that we call "Studio Club". It started out as an applique class taught by Sue Campbell and they kept coming and coming and eventually evolved into a "we're game for almost anything" group. On any given Thursday morning you can stop by and see quilting, applique, beading, knitting, paper making, etc. It's always an adventure!
This month the Thursday girls have a variety of their projects on display at the store. You really should stop in to see it.
The blue quilt is made by Mary Ann Hamshire.Mickie Heath made this braided quilt.
The batik quilt belongs to Barbara Rogers. Sue made the three shawls on display.
Charlotte Toia made the wallhanging done in blues. It has shells quilted on it. The "Moons Over Bali" quilt was made by Paula Tuano.
Let's see, scarfs by Sue, floral bag by Debbie MacKenzie, the felted bag with the grapes on it was made by Paula, the big blue/green felted bag was made by MaryAnn.
The toille bag is Debbie's, the beige purse is Tina Lowman's. The knitted shawl with the antique glass flower beads was made by Eeda Jill Belkin. She also made the alligator scarf.
The two wallhangings on the top in this picture were made by Vi Olsen. The one on the left depicts Sandwich Village. The other one is Gerri and Floyd's Homestead. The scene on the bottom was done by Sue. Sue has made a pattern, that is available at Tumbleweed, that you can use to make a village wallhanging and make it your village. It's cool that they all come out a little different.
Next we have knitted socks by Nancy Vincent. She had never knitted before hanging out with these ladies. Paula made the "Road to Mt. Fuji" wallhanging.
We have placemats and tablerunners by Micki and Debbie.
Jewelry by Vi and Paula. There's also a couple of books made with the results of the papermaking classes.
Here's a closer look at Eeda's shawl. I think maybe Paula knitted the necklace.
Here's the back view of the three shawls on display. The backs are cool! I love the knitted fringe on the blue one.
I think that covers it! There's a lot of things on display. I hope you can get in to see them!