I had a great time at our guild meeting yesterday. I hadn't been able to go for a couple of months, and I don't know if I'll make it back there again before we move. Our Blogging program went well, and hopefully some folks who have never visited a quilting blog will now dive in and enjoy!
Don't forget, you can still enter my giveaway through Friday, March 16 at noon by leaving a comment here. And be sure to sign up for Lisa and Susan's giveaways, too!
And now for show and tell:
This is the Caldwell Memorial Quilt made by many women in our guild to honor two of our members, a father and daughter, who tragically died in an automobile accident three years ago. The quilt will be presented to the American Village in Montevallo later this week and will hang in the President's Home there.
The period reproduction fabrics came from all over the country, some from other countries.
The hand quilting is absolutely exquisite!
This gorgeous appliqué quilt was made by Damie Brown. Lovely!
And Lura made this adorable bag. Love it!
I've been sewing this morning since 6:15. I have a lot I want to accomplish today, quilting-wise. I'll take a break this afternoon to vote, though. Then back to the needle and thread!