Well, we blew it. The Museum Quilt Guild turned 40 this month, and no one remembered to throw us a party! What's important is that the group continues to thrive, thanks to the support of the membership! With luck, they'll be celebrating another 40 years!
The September show and tell demonstrates the level of talent in out guild, as well as the variety of the skills and interests.
A sweet seasonal pillow Lorraine made
Lorraine isn't sure if this is a table mate or a potholder yet.
Jenny's entryThey entered in different categories, hoping they can both snag a gift certificate as a prize.
Nancy and her mom each made this seasonal door quilt.
Nancy Ellers originally intended this heart block to be the center of this quilt- pattern from an internet scrap quilt group. Nancy Carefully re-did the block to NOT be on point, only to discover the center block of the quilt is on point. The quilt will be a donation.
Nancy digitized the design her friend who sells Mary Kay uses and made this little quilt as a gift.
Our speaker for the month was Denise LaMarca, of Auntie's Attic quilt shop. She gave us some great pointers on how to use the color wheel to choose fabrics for our quilts.
Our October meeting will feature a presentation by our national teacher, Linda M Poole. Hopefully, there will also be a nice showing of the projects made in the classes Thursday and Friday before the meeting. Please join us!