Wednesday, February 4, 2015

It takes a Quillage

Lots of pictures of quilts came from my recent trip to teach 3 days of workshops at Kanuga Conference Center in Hendersonville, NC. Here are two photos of quilts that were made (or are being made) as a group effort.

Jan, Charlotta, and Mary (left to right) have been coming to Kanuga with their friend Michele for 10 years. They are fast friends at the conference and for all the days they quilt at home. Jan and Charlotta live in Tennesse, though not near each other and Mary and Michele live in Atlanta. They have embarked on a Round Robin project and proudly showed off the quilts they are helping each other design and sew. Jan is a veterinarian, Charlotta a lawyer, Michele is a journalist and Mary is a scientist. Quilting binds them together. 
Jacalyn quilts with a group that made blocks for each other last year. Here is the block Jacalyn chose. Her friends did a great job of making the blocks in vibrant colors. Jacalyn completed the free motion machine quilting and binding at Kanuga, then started another project.

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