The May 11 meeting at North Lake Presbyterian Church saw 25 quilters in attendance. Of those, four were first-time visitors. Among them, we welcomed Debra who was visiting from the Orlando MQG.
The meeting program came from members! Everyone was invited to share a traditional quilt, or an attempt at making a modern quilt that perhaps failed. With each quilt shown the question we answered was: What modern elements could have been incorporated to make the quilt more modern, and position it further to the right on the modern continuum?
Members are encouraged to visit the MQG's resources page to view Jacquie Gering's September 2014 webinar "Modern Quilting: Know It When You See It," for a more complete understanding of the continuum, and what constitutes a modern quilt.
Members shared their "I tried to make it modern" quilts:
|Debra, our guest from Orlando MQG|
|Beth with two one-hour baskets and Riley Blake "Cottage Garden" challenge quilt|
Monday, June 8, 6:30 pm
North Lake Presbyterian Church
Program: a demonstration of how to sew blocks for the "Mountain Top" quilt that members are being asked to sew for this year's donation quilt. Watch this 27 second video to see how easy it is to make!