It may seem from my recent infrequent blog post that I’ve been away, but I’ve just been busy designing new patterns. Lots of things to show you, but for now I want to tell you about my recent visit to the Quilter’s Guild of Indianapolis South.
I belong to QGI (the Quilter’s Guild of Indianapolis), and even served as its President a few years ago. Our guild is large, with around 400 members. We have three meetings every month: two during the day (one on the Northside and one on the Southside) plus an evening meeting. I recently got the privilege of presenting my trunk show at our Southside meeting, known affectionately as QGI South.
I love showing my quilt patterns in alternate colorways because I think that helps a quilter to imagine my pattern in their favorite colors instead of mine. Isn’t it amazing how different each quilt looks in these photos?
At the meeting I shared some of my more recent patterns as well, such as Brickyard…
and Stepping Stones.
The meeting concluded with my favorite part: Show and Tell!
Thank you, QGIS, for inviting me to come visit. I had an awesome time!
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