Thanks Quilter’s Guild of Indianapolis South!

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.

Strawberry Preserves

Strawberry Preserves

It was so wonderful to present the quilts from my book plus my new patterns to all my friends! To say I got a warm reception would be an understatement. A special thank you to Terri and Margie for all their help, and to Elizabeth for taking photos.

Snake Eyes

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?

Stargazer

Goodnight Moon, Goodnight Stars

Mirage

At the meeting I shared some of my more recent patterns as well, such as Brickyard…

Brickyard

and Stepping Stones.

Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones Alternate

The meeting concluded with my favorite part: Show and Tell!

Thank you, QGIS, for inviting me to come visit. I had an awesome time!

If you'd like any of these patterns, check out my online shop.

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Tell me…what do you like best about your guild meetings?

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