I received a great little needle-book from Pamela Barber - it's a 'book' made of fabric with felt 'pages' so I have a neat little place to keep my needles and scissors for hand sewing. It's so sweet, and the quilting on it is fantastic!
The board members this year really did an amazing job at wrangling the 230+ members of our guild to keep things happily rolling along! Thanks to Mary Ann, Kelly, Suzanne, Lisa, and Cath - they all really excelled at making it a fun year with lots of things to do, and I, for one, am appreciative of all the work that they put into it.
One event PMQG hosts is a monthly charity sew organized by Cath Hall of Wombat Quilts. Each time a group meets, there is a simple block pattern to make using a bunch of scrap fabrics donated by individual members of the guild. This time we made a scrappy 7.5" block with 2" white borders. There were about 10 of us there and we made enough of these blocks for another quilt top for Project Linus.
|PMQG members at charity sew day at Modern Domestic - Quilts on display by: Elizabeth Hartman|
|Scrap Station... so fun to dig!|