Monday, November 10, 2008

Teaching and talking...

Another busy quilting day!This afternoon was the last quilt class at the senior's centre. Here are some of the students with their quilt tops. For about half of the class it was the first quilt they have ever made and they did a great job! I love how each quilt is so different using the same pattern.
At night I drove to the Norfolk Twilight Quilters Guild to give a lecture. This guild was amazing! They had an oil spill in their town this morning that shut down their usual meeting venue. But they quickly scouted out another location to meet, called all the members, and squished together so they could still have their guild meeting! No one wants to miss out on guild night! There were some real quiltaholics in this wonderful group of ladies!
Here is a view of part of the quilt guild members from the speaker's point of view.
And here is Barb Meyer who gave me this beautiful quilted thank-you note! Thanks Barb! And a big thank you to Janice for inviting me and making all the arrangements. It was a fun evening!


Gina said...

What great quilts.

love and hugs Gina xxx

Pattie D said...

You have been busy! How do you get it all done girl???? I love you fabrics you picked up. The ladies quilts are fabulous, good job to you and them!
Thanks for sharing it with us.

Julie said...

Looks like fun!

Jean said...

I like the ladies' quilts- they look so happy too. What did you lecture about at the guild meeting? Is this your guild? Sounds like a fun day.

Helen in the UK said...

The seniors quilts look great. Unfortunately the picture is too small to get a good look at the different colour combos used - love seeing how 1 quilt pattern can look so different when made up by different quilters :)