The Central Florida Modern Quilt Guild met Monday, March 10 at North Lake Presbyterian Church in Lady Lake, Florida.
In a new segment to each meeting, Carly shared her personal quilt story, telling how she began quilting three years ago. She share her first quilt, made for her grandmother using fabrics of special significance to family members.
Our chapter leader, Karen, introduced our new activity of selling $1 chances to win a pass-along basket of modern quilting goodies that will be refreshed each month by the recipient. Monies raised will be used to purchase supplies to make a thank-you quilt for North Lake Presbyterian Church.
The evening's focus was on WIPs or UFOs, as individuals chose to share their ongoing/unfinished modern projects.
|Karen's Mod Century lap quilt top, orange peel pattern|
|Karen's Patchwork Chevron quilt top|
|Karen's Visa Versa BOM blocks|
|Diane's original design, foundation paper-pieced sewing machine cover|
|Carly's wonky star quilt top|
|Lynda's circle's, sewn after seeing last month's program|
|Linda T. "All Squared Up" quilt top made with 20 new Kona colors|
|Linda H.'s Blogger's BOM quilt top, and border blocks to be added|
|One of several mini quilts Carly made for her cats|
|Lynda's "What Does Max Say?" child's quilt|
|Linda H.'s Radiant Orchid Pantone challenge wall hanging|
Plan to attend our Sew-In on Saturday, April 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Oxford Community Center. Cost is $5, payable to Karen. Coffee will be provided. Bring your lunch or plan to go out and pick up something. Come to sew on whatever you wish!