We ate, we drank, we shared class ideas and looked at displays and bought fabric and patterns and discussed Gees Bend Quilters and the Modern Quilt Guild and debated modern vs. traditional quilting (I insist it doesn't have to be one or the other, for pete's sake), and talked patterns and what we liked and didn't, and it was just a great day of creativity and I was EXHAUSTED at 5:00 but it was all good.
We looked through the pages of the new Stitch magazine, and found this:
just as Marcia was teaching her Sashiko embroidery class. So cool! So, I snapped a few pics of the designs drawn onto fabric, but alas, didn't get any of the embroidery:
Lisa stopped in, wearing her Peasant Dress - she's made 4 of them, I think (she's beat me - I have only 3!)
then Cheryl stopped in wearing her Schoolhouse Tunic, made of Tina Given's Haven's Edge voile:
And I didn't yet snap a picture of Bralia's 3 Patch Quilt, which she made with Heather Bailey's Pop Garden....it's beautiful! Her class starts Sunday, Jan. 29 - a 3 part....are you signed up yet?!