Next is Arlee Barr's work, she always has such great texture in her work. also, she is the Corspe Mistress aka the organizer of this whole shebang, and she does such a good job keeping us all on schedule and pointed in the same direction. Some of this is painted, some is stitched, and lots of it is sparkly and/or beaded:
Next is by Elizabeth O'Donnell, lots of great hand stitching and embroidery on top of couching and applique.
This square is by Donna Royer, it has a great fringe treatment on the edges of the shapes, and if I'm not mistaken she's hand drawn the patterns on the two fabrics of the shapes (ie not the background).
This square is by Reta Brunner, you can't see it too well in this picture but there are clear star sequins scattered across the background, very twinkly and beautiful. She used some interesting fabrics that go together well with the rest of the piece.Finally a square by Susan Sawatzky, she's used several silk fabrics, couched yarns, and some great beads.