So, obviously, I’m still getting used to having this blog — I forgot to take pictures! But, we did have a great meeting at Handmade in America, lots of show and tell, a good discussion about machine quilting and basting techniques. We also exchanged for our round robin, “pass the quilt” (thanks, Diana!) swap. We have eight people participating; if you weren’t there last night, join in next time! It looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun!
Next meeting tentatively planned for Wednesday May 8. Amy will check on the availability of the space at Handmade in America and update us on facebook, so keep an eye out there. And I will try to remember my camera!
Our next meeting is set for 6:30 on April 10 at Handmade in America at 125 S Lexington (corner of Lexington and Hilliard). We’re planning on starting a round robin type bee; if you want to participate, bring the start of a quilt (can be as small as one block) and some fabrics to go with it. We’ll swap and add another section to the quilt following your color/design lead and swap again next month. As always, bring show and tell and any topics you’d like to discuss. See you soon!
Nashville. Next year. Who’s in?
Registration’s not until October, but I’m already excited!
Here’s a video from Fat Quarter Shop about QuiltCon 2013.
Our next meeting will be Wednesday April 10 at 6:30pm. Location TBA. Hope to see you there!
Our sewing day last Saturday was a great success! Thanks to the Folk Art Center for letting us use the wonderful auditorium space. We had eight people attend, working on a wide variety of projects. Hope to do it again soon!