Monday, December 22, 2014

Victoria Modern Quilt Guild Christmas Party..

I plucked up my courage and attended the lively group of nearly 80 something members, I was a week kneed child as I stood and shared my "Beach House Crazy Quilt" to the members. Such lovely women and 1 man welcomed me with open arms. People wonder of what it must be like to quilt. Followers online tell me that people are interested in reading your story.

This member below made this beautiful quilt for her father who is a retired navy officer. These blocks are all navigational signs used while at sea.

Stuffed toys are so much fun to make at this time of year and this VMQG member has a lovely laugh and smile to go with it.

This member shared this awesome small zippered tote perfect for my hand embroidery supplies.

This gorgeous quilt is machine quilted by a quilter that is going to do some for me later on.

And this is my mug and rug to trade with at the VMQG year end party.

I'm sorry to not have updated you all with my new studio, its crapped and fun to share with my son as its his office where my new studio is located. 

Happy Christmas to all.

Happy New Year to you and yours. We'll see you in the new year.


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