ATCs from CQFA

The other day I wrote about the CQFA meeting and the activities in which we participated. I finally processed all the photos. They aren’t great, because there were a lot of people swapping this time. I came into the room late and everyone was ready to go, so I had to be quick about the photography.

Caroline
Caroline

I picked the 2d one from the right. I liked the spiral.

Very Picnic-y
Very Picnic-y

I don’t remember who made these, but they were made from oilcloth.

Maureen
Maureen

Maureen doesn’t usually make sets. I got one of hers as well: the one in the upper left hand corner.

Nancy?
Nancy?
Bron & Sue
Bron & Sue

I would have loved one of Bron’s paper dolls, but they went quickly!

Julie
Julie

I also missed out on Julie’s. Hers had some plastic covering some loose art materials.

Virginia
Virginia

Virginia also made a bunch for the show.

Dolores
Dolores

Dolores always does fabulous work. I picked the one shown in the bottom left hand corner. I love her beading.

Sue - detail
Sue - detail

I was able to choose one of Sue’s as well. The one on the far left now lives at my house. she used a great technique. I wish I could remember the name. She might show us how to do it at an upcoming retreat.

Diane?
Diane?

Nobody really liked mine – or else everyone else’s were such high quality that my shaving cream marbling technique was overshadowed. I don’t know. I don’t think mine were crappy.

Author: Jaye

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

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