We met at the lovely Dewitt recreation Area in Batavia, and the weather was perfect!
After a very routine business meeting, we enjoyed a show and tell a year in the making. (I'm sorry some of the details are skimpy, I was my own scribe today)
Jennifer Grimsley kicked things off by showing off the raffle quilt made for our 2020 quilt show. The amazing quilting Cathy Schmeider did doesn't show very well here, unfortunately.
Nancy Ellers was asked to make memory quilts for a family member who had passed away.
None of the clothes she received were what she would have chosen to work with, but she did a great job- even including a few hats in the quilts!
Irene Bow showed off this beautiful Dresden Plate quilt, quilted by Cathy Schmeider.
Pat Gardner has been busy!
Pat started this one in a class that suddenly was cancelled. The directions were posted so she could finish it, but she doesn't like the fabrics she chose. OOPS- there was another, but the pictures were terrible. (Sorry, Pat)
Who knew there'd be people on the tables at a quilt guild meeting? Thanks to Alex and Nancy for being brave ad holding things up for all to see clearly!
Jennifer Grimsley had worked on this for several years. The fabrics were part of a charm swap she did.
Jenny was using up her green and pink scraps and made this for community service.
Using skills she picked up in a class with Timna Tarr, Jenny appliquéd the sashiko piece to the pink, then revers appliquéd the background to the pink!
After Melanie was married (4 years ago!), she was given an assortment of log cabin blocks at retreat. She is trying to do something with them now and made this pillow. She wishes she knew who made the block.
I'm looking forward to seeing all the red and white challenge pieces next month- in person! In January we were only able to see pictures of them. We'll also be honoring the winners of the Modern Solids challenge, since ribbons were never awarded in 2020. We'll be at Dewitt park again. Please join us!