Our Guest Speaker Wowed everyone! Here are some highlights of her talent!
Members were able to sell their handicraft on this evening there was lots to see and buy our Guild library continued to purge their books and magazines. Members were busy catching up on what they have been doing the last month and getting ready to save their seats for our guest speaker.
We had a full house tonight with guests and members to see our speaker!
What a great time with Karen Kay Buckley and her journey of Quilting not only was she so entertaining with her journey but the quilts she shared were very inspiring. Karen Kay spoke of her beginnings and the support she received from her dear husband, inspiration on a journey that brings us from her first block to magnificent designs created by her.
Elaine Theriault (aka CrazyQuilterOnaBike) is a teacher, writer and pattern designer completely obsessed with all things quilting. She entertained us all with her collection of group quilts.. and stories to go with them. What a fun, varied collection!
We were also happy to have a display of 8 x 10″ quilts from SAQA members.. here are a few images from the large collection Tracey Lawko brought.
And finally, here are the quilts on display for Show and Share.
Libs Elliott was our guest speaker for the evening, and she gave a fascinating talk about her quilting techniques and journey, with slideshow. Then we were treated to a display of a selection of her quilts.
We also unveiled the Top Ten viewer’s choice quilts.. photos can be seen on the Recent Quilt Show page.
Show and Share photos:
We had a very exciting and stimulating presentation by Ana Buzzalino. Here are some of her works she shared with us:
Here are a few photos taken at her InkTense workshop:
What an exciting evening we had! Our meeting was abuzz- friends to re-connect with, workshops to sign up for, fabric and books for sale, tons of community quilting to work on.
Here are the photos from the Show and Tell portion of our meeting:
Celeste Compion of Meerkat Trading gave a talk on the history of Shweshwe fabrics, unique to South Africa. They make wonderful clothes as well as quilts, check out the outfit!