We are so excited to announce that our very own, BMQG member and Social Media Coordinator, Sarah Lefebvre, won 1st place in the 2019 Modern Quilt Guild - Riley Blake Challenge.
Congrats Sarah on a beautiful quilt and a well deserved win!
Thursday, June 13, 2019
General Meeting, June 9, 2019, Arbutus Public Library
Rose Daley led the meeting. We had Chawne Kimber, who taught a Small Piecing class on Saturday for the guild, lecturing on When the Cotton Was High.
Chawne is well known for her political expression quilts, some of which we got to see during the lecture.
Show and Tell:
M J Snyder shared her crab logo block and a recently finished quilt.
Amy Hood showed her finished dress made from fabric she dyed herself as well as three small quilts.
Elizabeth Timmons shows a her-made jacket.
Marcia Schwartz shared a table runner, wall hanging and
finished top from her last year's Quilt In A Box swap.
Sarah Leffebvre share a finished quilt.
Betty Racicot made a charity quilt for the guild.
Stephanie Strunge shared her guild crab logo block but
I could not catch a photo as she moved too fast. :)
Rebecca Ruch shared another charity quilt and a simple drawstring backpack,
especially good for shopping trips to Sheep and Wool Festival.
Janet Schoenfeld shared a finished quilt and a top.
Rose Daley has discovered that making small quilts means she can finish more.
Ann Hussein shared her heart quilt, with thanks to all that contributed purple fabrics.
Michelle Morrison shared her finished rainbow beauty.
Daniela Syed shared a bag she made and a small house themed quilt. She will send out
instructions for similar house blocks to make a bingo quilt soon.
Rebecca Nichols presented a quilt using Kaffe Collective fabrics, inspired by Monet's waterlilies.
Kate Lane shared a commission quilt she made using the giftee's uniforms from school.
Jane Schemier made a quilt using the design scheme arrangements
made during a guild meeting project last year.
Monica Richardson shared her crab logo block made at May's members only workshop.
Photographs and posting by Linda Schiffer