Sewing day at the guild always fulfills its goal.
***To pass on the skills we are blessed with and help one another.***
We have maintained this goal for the past three years and as we enter in our fourth year we will continue to focus on this objective,
making everyone recognize we all have skills to share. Each member is appreciative of the camaraderie that has been formed amongst the 100 members. We meet to enjoy each others company and have fun doing what we love, "sewing". No one claims to be an expert and everyone is accepted for the lovely being they are. There are no judges, no managers and we all appreciate the beautiful projects that inspire us to continue our quest to pass on the art of quilting.
I feel so blessed to be part of such a wonderful group of women
♥♥♥Association La Guilde Acadienne de Clare ♥♥♥
Last Saturday was our sewing day and we made aprons.
Serious contemplation going on with Clara, Simone and Paulette
Bonnie's apron is coming along
Cecile chooses pastel colors for hers
This one is Clara's
Paulette has her appliqué planned out
Barbara is going right to town with hers
Marilyn and her lovely smile tackles her strips
Paulette and Marilyn share ideas
This one will be perfect for Elise at Christmas
Karen has the country look with her Kansas Trouble Jelly roll
Member Joanne from Manitoba is able to join us this winter in person ♥
Today is a storm day
and I am home
Storm days are always the best for sewing and enjoying an Acadian dish of "Fricot" and homemade fudge.
(Fricot is a chicken stew with potato dumplings) perfect for a below zero temperature day.
For my sewing I plan to work on my Bargello. It is coming along well. I am not very fond of this pattern as I find it monotonous just sewing strips. Those who have never made one think it is very complicated but in fact it is very straight forward and has limited challenges. However there is a movie on Vu I want to watch so I will be able to watch and sew at the same time while my Fricot cooks.