Sunday, February 7, 2010

Dixie Quilt Guild February Meeting

Yesterday was the Dixie Quilt Guild's February Meeting.
I am always so impressed with the amazing talent from our guild. We are surrounded by so many award winners. Four from our group were selected to go to Road to California last month.
Show and Tell is one of my favorite parts of the meeting.

This art quilt will be part of a show at a local gallery.



One member took Annie Unrein's Quilted Photography class.
This picture was made without any sewing, except at the end where you can quilt the completed piece.
She used 1/2 inch squares mapped out from a specialized computer program

Many of our members are International travelers.
Suzanne Dandoy has spent quite a bit of time in Africa. While there, she collected beautiful fabrics.



Suzanne also made this wall hanging out of men's ties.

Margaret Miller made this fun quilt using the new Lila Tueller Santorini line.
Doesn't this make you think Spring is right around the corner?

Another member just got back from Japan where she purchased a lot of Indigo. She had a display at the back of the room of some of her fabrics, but I didn't get back there in time to take pictures.

by Emily Jones


also by Emily Jones

Patti VanOordt's quilt was selected for Road To California.
Patti's quilt also is also featured on the cover of the IMQA (International Machine Quilters Assn.) Calendar this year!
Congratulations Patti!
Beautiful work.

8 comments:

Stephanie said...

I've always wanted to try a dresden out of men's ties. One day when I have an old collection from my mom...

call me crazy said...

Wow! What inspiration! They are all beautiful! Thanks for the photos~ :-)

Joyce said...

Wonderful quilt show! I can't believe how much you get done and how busy you are.. how do you do it??? Thanks for sharing love your blog!

karenfae said...

great looking quilts, the guild I use to belong to was quite small and you never saw this kind of talent!
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Rae Ann said...

You do have an outstanding group of quilters in your guild. It makes me wish that I lived closer so I could also be a part. All of the quilts were out of this world. WOW!

Material Mary said...

I always love to see what your guild is up to and this time the quilts are gorgeous as usual.
Mary

PattyBYoung said...

You post such beautiful pictures! Thank you!
Patty
http://pattybenneryoungagain.blogspot.com/

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

This stuff isn't for the faint of heart. This is called superior quilting even for Dixie Divas.