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Now I am off to prepare my fabric for the Guild's workshop tomorrow. We are all making a Christmas Aporn to wear at our Christmas Tea which will be held on November 18th.
Elaine and I had our apron last year at the Christmas Tea . ( The pattern is a Pattern Basket )Since I have one, tomorrow I will be making one for my grand-daughter Laurène who is now a member of the guild.
Road Trip and a fun week-end in Amherst. Looking forward to the workshop and the Fibre Arts Festival. Besides my sister Simone and friend Elaine, there will be a few other Guild members attending Karen's workshop this year. I am sooo looking forward to them meeting Karen .
I have been sewing regularly but mostly finishing projects. I am quilting Liette's placemats. Eeek... 12 same projects to do. That is why I am not fond of making placemats.
I made this table topper from a Fons and Porter magazine, Quilting Celebrations Winter 2012
Today one of the Guild's members, Louisette and I went in the school in Saulnierville to introduce the program for the kids sewing. We will be going to teach them how to quilt at all levels. They were all excited to hear about our plan to teach them to make quilting projects. This will be part of their art class.