I've had a lot of quilty things going on lately, but I've struggled to turn them into blog posts. Last Monday, the Mad City Quilt Guild had a workshop scheduled with Jacquie Gering, but unfortunately, she had an emergency and couldn't make it from Chicago to Madison. In addition to the workshop, she was going to speak at our evening guild meeting. We needed a last minute replacement, so I volunteered!
In January, I was scheduled to present a paper piecing demo, but our meeting was cancelled due to the Polar Vortex. This worked out pretty well, because I had a lot of the prep still handy from a few months ago. The talk was a lot of fun and I really enjoyed sharing one of my favorite techniques. I don't have any nice photos to share of the evening (I was a bit busy!), but I can include a few pics of things I shared in the trunk show portion of the talk:
My first paper piecing project (I use them as coasters!)
A Mariner's Compass wallhanging (still needs to be quilted)
One of many trees I've been making with no real purpose:
A Christmas Tree I drafted last year (not yet quilted)
My Circle of Geese:
A baby quilt for Little Leah:
And a baby quilt for Amelie (Kaffe Fassett's pattern)
But wait, I have more to share!! I'll keep it brief and maybe post more on this later...
Last Saturday the Mad Mod Quilt Guild had a Sew Day at The Electric Needle. I was able to join in for a few hours and made an adorable little gnome. I was a bit distracted and didn't get any pics!! Maybe tomorrow?
And finally-- tomorrow is a big day. I have the day off from work, so I can attend the Prairie Heritage Quilt Show in Sun Prairie. I entered 2 quilts. AND-- this coincides nicely with the afternoon meeting of the Mad City Quilt Guild. Hooray!! See? Sew much going on!