Want Some Inspiration ?

  I find the work of Victoria Finlay Wolfe inspirational.  If you visit her blog here this week, she has a link to watch her recent episode on "The Quilt Show" for free.  You do have to sign up for a free account.

I love her quilts and hope you check out the show and her blog.
Elizabeth VK

February Program with Show and Tell

       At the general meeting today we enjoyed a great informational program from Suzi Parron on barn quilts.  You can find out more at her website.  http://barnquiltinfo.com/
  


Here are some photos from today’s Show and Tell.



Jan showed 2 quilt tops.  Here is one. 
 


JoAnn showed 2 interpretations of the same image.
   
 


Anita used fabric her husband dyed to make bowties for  a wedding party.
 


Judy made this quilt for her son to celebrate his promotion.



Jane showed one of flannels and the second using a border print in the sashing.  


Teresa showed this idea for using large blocks of lovely fabric. 

Linda showed this paper-pieced block of the month castle.


Jolene made this gift for a baby girl. 

 Ann finished her "Scrappy Trip" from Bonnie Hunter's workshop. 

Dorothy finished quilting her hexie "Midnight Garden" quilt. 


February Events

Feb.11th  9:30 AM                           Day Bee                                                       2nd Tuesday
at the home of Adele H  DUE TO THE NASTY WEATHER, 
TODAY’S DAY BEE HAS BEEN CANCELLED. 
STAY SAFE AND WARM!


­­­Feb. 18th  9:30 AM                  General Meeting                                                  3rd Tuesday
at Seven Oaks Presbyterian Church                                    
530 St. Andrews Rd, Columbia
FELLOWSHIP HALL            Our February program will be "The Quilt Trail" presented by Suzi Parron.  

Suzi Parron, author of Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement, has spent the past year traveling the country speaking to quilt guilds and other groups about barn quilts and the many other painted quilts that make up the quilt trail.
Suzi will take you on a journey along the quilt trail, beginning with the very first barn quilt, which stemmed from Donna Sue Groves and her wish to honor her mother's quilting art. Suzi's presentation features over one hundred stunning photographs of barn quilts, some of which rival cloth quilts in their intricacy. You will hear
stories of some of the individuals who have painted quilt blocks to honor loved ones or their local culture, along with a few humorous anecdotes.
The presentation is both informative and entertaining, as Suzi explores the way in which our quilting heritage takes on new meaning as this movement continues to expand.
Suzi will have books available for signing after her lecture.
          
Feb. 27th  7:00 PM                        Knight Bee                 ­­                       Last Thurs. of the month
at the home of Linda V                          

Feb. 24th  7:00 PM                         Quilt Mavens                                                  4th Monday       
at the home of Jean M

Feb.25th  9:30 AM                       Comfort Quilts Sew Day                                   4th Tuesday
at Seven Oaks Presbyterian Church 

in SS classroom