Saturday, 10 September 2016

MMQG September Meeting Recap

This past Thursday evening, Sept 8, our monthly meeting was held.  There were 20 members and one guest in attendance .
Our President, Adrienne, started off the meeting by selecting a winner of the name tag drawing...it was Susan B!

Next up...Participants of the Paint Chip Challenge shared their creations.   Photos of projects taken with the color chips and will be posted for voting by members online by Monday, September 12th. Stay tuned!

Then it was on to guild business and of course, an awesome Show and Share. As usual, we have lots of photos to show.

Dena has a completed top!  

Anja sewed up the cutest flower

Val  and her skull quilt


Linda's BOM is totally finished

Lovin' that snail

Linda loves the addition to her sewing room...aka The Sty!

Mary and her lovely bag made with fabrics from France

Jeanette's quilt top is ready for quilting

Andrea showing off some handquilted blocks made by her Mom

Susan has her items all ready for the Royal Lepage auction in December

Gail #1 

Gail #2

Gail #3 (Gail has been sewing like crazy lately!)





Shelly made this cuddle quilt for her 6ft4 hubby!

Our guest of the evening brought along her latest creations to show us too.

She is hand quilting this one.  




Great job, Andrea!

Adrienne's awesome sewing machine

An awesome meeting with awesome  quilters!  Our next meeting will be held on October 13.  Get in touch if you need details.  


3 comments:

  1. That's some incredible show 'n tell! I laughed at the 6'4" cuddle quilt! And loved Andrea's green quilt,more energy being my favorite color. And that Gail! Her machine has been smokin' hot lately! Wow! Looking forward to the paint chip challenge reveal! Everyone's work is wonderful, as always! XO

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  2. What fabulous quilts! The talent in this little group is exceptional. Love seeing everyone and their creations!

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  3. So much talent and inspiration. I have to admit that my favourite is the Skull quilt by Val.

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