Every year the Patchworks Pals from St Anne de Ruisseau and our guild get together for fun sewing days. In May they joined us and we all made
The day was filled with laughs, sharing and good food. Nothing is more fun than getting together with other quilters. And the aprons were all so gorgeous!
Some came to hand quilt on our charity quilts .The hall was buzzing with quilters ' high energies
I am still on a roll with my place mats. I made a set for a friend and
added a table topper
The fruit of the spirit is "Joy" And "Self-control "
"Joy" and " Patience"
"Peace" and "Gentleness"
"Goodness and "Love"
Prince Charles and Camilla were in the Maritimes and I noticed she had Nova Scotia tartan on her outfit.
so I decided to make a table topper with the plaid for the guild's emporium and maybe a visitor this summer to our province.
This one I made because the colors were so bright and cheery, with the "dot" fabric from Mrs Pugley's Emporium
Christmas décor was not forgotten so I made a few
with a Christmas theme
and some Red Cardinals
I did move away from the Spiral Placemats and started working on
my Family tree quilt
This is the first block
Then off to my "Words To Live By Quilt "
Here is BOM Block #3 Kindness .
The new mystery challenge for the guild is to make a quilt with a white or off white background and one other color, therefore the quilt is only two colors. At first I thought ohhh, I think I will skip this challenge as I am not fond of making two color quilts but then Paula, the member of the guild who puts out our Mystery quilt challenges, indicated we could use different shades of the color. Now I am on the prowl for a pattern and set my project in motion for next year.