The program for this meeting was Christmas in August . . . uhhhh . . . well, it is okay to bend a few rules now and again, especially when it comes to quilting! And apparently a lot of members thought so too, because attendance was really good, and it seems as though everyone in attendance had a Christmas project to show, resulting in the biggest show and tell ever !! Oh, and everyone who brought a Christmas project to show and share got their name entered into a door prize drawing, which could help explain the huge participation! But, hey, whatever works. So, after a short business meeting, we got right down to it.
I am putting the pictures in smaller groups to make sure everyone is included.
The binding fabric I showed is unique; there is a cutting line and when you fold it over for your binding, one side will be scalloped and the other polka dot. It came from Fish Museum and Circus, a very interesting site which carries a variety of products for sewing and quilting, including a FREE pdf pattern, Circus Tent Quilt, a quick pattern, especially if you have not used your Strip trading pieces yet! Check them out. https://fishmuseumandcircus.com/
Hope to see you at the “usual” meeting place in September when Mary Houseman will speak about Featherweight sewing machines.