Last weekend, three of the MQGs in the Pacific Northwest got together - members of the Portland Modern Quilt Guild, the Seattle Modern Quilt Guild and the Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild converged on Seattle last weekend for chatting, charity sewing, shopping, etc. It was intense, exhausting and a lot of fun.
Krista has a lovely recap with photos (I barely took any -- too busy chatting, sewing and shopping!), as does the PMQG blog.
We received our pouches from the PMQG/VMQG pouch swap at our August meeting! I scored two lovely pouches that I absolutely adore. They are both very different yet both very "me" - well done, partners!
First up, the happy pouch made by Heather of Joy of All Crafts. Isn't it sweet? Look at that FQ embroidered on the top, and that adorable elephant. LOVE!
Photo by Sonja Callaghan
Next, here's a photo of happy me with my second pouch also taken by Sonja (Artisania) at the guild meeting. This pouch was made by Anne. And I love it, too! You can't see in the photo but I am wearing turquoise shoes that match the fabric in the pouch perfectly, and doesn't it go well with my VMQG tshirt? Serendipity!
I managed a small amount of sewing today, at my daughter's behest. She selected a halter top pattern from the Sewing Modkid Style book I won from Fat Quarterly a while ago. It came together VERY quickly and happens to match the skirt I made her a little while ago.
Also rocking the back-to-school haircut!
The book is all about sewing with knits, and it has completely demystified the world of knits for me! It's a fabulous reference and the patterns are cute, too. I will absolutely be making more from this book over the next little while.
I'll be back soon with something really fun to share so don't go away, okay?