submitted by Nancy P., President
I’m back from downunder with great memories and photos of beautiful Australia and New Zealand. Our tree blocks were welcomed and picked up in Sydney on January 26th. What’s a vacation without visiting some quilt shops? I brought back some Aboriginal art via fabric and got some ideas for future quilt guild meetings and quilts. Is it weird to think of making modern quilts with Aboriginal fabric? I say NO! The geometrical designs and colors had me sketching ideas while I was gone so watch out!!! But, as always, so many ideas but so little time. I’m going to have to speed up my sewing machine! And, speaking of speeding up, our next meeting is just around the corner!
This Month’s Meeting – February 25
We meet on Tuesday, February 25th at 5:30 for social time and 6:00 for our meeting. This month’s activity will have you thinking out of the box to design a quilt. So, if you can plan to bring a pencil and a ruler (quilting or regular) at least 12” long, that would be great. I’ll supply the rest. Plan to come for the social hour so you can prep your activity before the meeting.
Oh, by the way, do you buy layer cakes to use when you quilt? If so, please save the 10” square cardboard pieces from packages of layer cakes and bring them to the February or March meeting to be recycled into another project.
2020 Kona Color of the Year Mini Quilt Challenge
Kona announced Enchanted as the 2020 Color of the year. Signup for the 20” square mini quilt challenge started at the January meeting. To join the challenge, bring a $1 to sign up. If you would like a 6: x 20” piece of Enchanted, it is free when you signup for the challenge. Continue reading