Thanks Mudsock Quilters Guild!

Some of you may have noticed that I’ve been away, but I’ve been busy too! Lots of things to show you, but for now I want to tell you about my recent visit to the Mudsock Quilters Guild.

I presented a trunk show of my quilts and the guild members couldn’t have been more wonderful. Mudsock Quilters Guild meets nearby, so I saw a lot of familiar faces. I brought a smiling face with me as well—my daughter Katerina—who’ll be returning to college way too soon for me.

Some of the quilts I showed are patterns included in my book, while others are patterns I've recently added to my shop. Still others are quilts I'd hope to create patterns for soon. Do you get that I like to create quilt patterns? <grin>

I love visiting different guilds because I get so inspired! I’ve been feeling a bit “tapped out” lately so this visit couldn’t have come at a better time. Here are just a few of the quilts I saw during Show and Tell—one of my favorite part of any guild meeting.

I love seeing kids at a guild meeting! Even if they don’t seem interested, they are learning to love color and design and to appreciate what we all do. I used to bring my daughter to meetings even when she was too young to join our guild, and now she’s a quilter with several completed quilts to her credit.

 

Mudsock is a fairly new guild, and a lot of their members are new quilters. So one of their members is teaching these newbies how to quilt. How cool is that?

Thank you, Mudsock, for inviting me to come visit. I had an awesome time! If you're visiting my blog for the first time, be sure to sign up for my newsletter or follow me through social media. You'll find both of those options in my sidebar. You might find my private Facebook group fun! There we share our latest achievements (and lots of versions of Stepping Stones!)

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