We had our elections – most positions remained the same this time – and discussed plans for the coming year. We also brought our mini quilts that we received from the swap with the Chattanooga guild. It was a lot of fun, and we will have to plan another!
We had a productive sew day, and pieced together the blocks and prepped the back for one of our Las Vegas charity quilts.
We also pieced the top for another Las Vegas charity quilt. The hope is that these will be given to the victims or family of the recent shooting.
Gayle made this charity quilt for Las Vegas on her own. Well done!
Kristi finished the quilting for this Las Vegas charity quilt.
Elaine received this mini from the Chattanooga swap. The matchstick quilting is wonderful!
Melanie received this pinwheel churndash.
Beth received this scrappy stripe.
Michele received this circle mini. It’s fun to think about how they made this block.
Kathleen received this improv log cabin-like mini.
Here’s all the minis shared from the Chattanooga swap in November.
Susan W shared some of her first attempts with ruler quilting. It seems like rulers can make complex quilting designs relatively easy. I want to try it now!
Gayle used this quilt as free motion quilting “practice.” It looks wonderful!
Melanie made this low-volume quilt top. It may whisper, but it captures your attention!
Annaliese received this lovely Morraco mini from a swap outside the guild.
Annaliese had this quilt as part of a traveling exhibit. It was a Hoffman fabric challenge, and she just got it back. Well done!
Myra shared this beautiful hand printed silk.
Mae finished this Christmas quilt.
Michele brought this simple beauty. Kaffe fabrics are so colorful.
Kathleen almost finished this baby quilt. Notice the bunnies quilted in the white space.
Karen brought the baby quilt she made for her son. In 1982.