One area was set up for those who didn't want to take classes, but opted instead to sit and work on their own projects.
Annie Unrein taught Texture Magic.
With over 30 students in her class, Annie let each person select one of her Texture Magic friendly patterns for their project.
So fun to be with such wonderful (and talented!) women.
I roomed with Bev and Margaret.
Margaret showed a history of the quilts she has made for Guild events over the years.
For our banquet and trunk show, we met at WildCat Willies in Springdale, Utah.
A few of Margaret's quilts:
There were a lot of door prizes. At the end of the evening, they even had a drawing for the table decorations.
Benita was wondering what she should do with her table decoration. We thought she came up with a great idea. Easter is just around the corner, and she just might be needing a hat.
Tessie came up with an even better idea. She nicknamed her centerpieces "Horsie and Boots".
(I even told her I was planning on putting this picture on my blog!)
There is a lot of laughter in our guild.