Like much of the world, my quilt guild hasn’t met for the past year. We have had online “Show and Tell” nights and online meetings for the last 5 months but it isn’t the same as BEING THERE!!
This past week, we had an IN-PERSON show-and-tell night and it was SO much fun.
There were only 8 of us there and we all started out sitting in our spaced out seats….
……once the quilts came out, we quickly moved together and started enjoying the show!!
All of the projects were wonderful but there were a few little bits that stuck with me…..
I love to use a series of wavy lines in the border of my quilts but am never happy with the way it turns the corner. Pat solved that problem by having each of the lines run off of the edge, meaning that you end up with a cross-hatch design in the corners…..
She also loves to use a variable cross-hatch on the quilt itself…..
It really is an effective way to quilt an overall design.
This bag was made starting with a panel and then adding thread painting and other embellishments to it….
It was amazing and I now own the book that describes how to do the embellishments!!
One of the quilts was a Hawaiian-style applique and I love that the blanket-stitch is applied with the “points” going outward…..
It adds so much to the design!!!
Finally, have a look at this amazing scarf……
I REALLY want to make a shorter version of this and turn it into a spring-time wall hanging!!
I found the entire night to be encouraging, inspirational and a fantastic break in the monotony of “social distancing”!!
A little while back I had a fortune cookie with this inside……
MAY IT BE SO!!!
REMEMBER that “MOVE IT!! – A Free-Motion Quilting Bootcamp” is now live!! Check out this video for more…..
If you are interested, you can sign up HERE……
3 thoughts on “The joys of Show and Tell”
I SO enjoyed this show and tell–almost as good as being there in person.
It was so much fun to see the quilts in person and their makers as well!!!
That is wonderful to be able to get together and share your projects. I think that is one of the best parts of being in the quilting community.