I belong to Courthouse Quilters in Dickson County. It's a 25-mile drive. Yes, there are other guilds closer to me and I have belonged to a couple of them. But I find this group of ladies so down-to-earth and open and, well, just refreshing! We have lots of talented members who share their knowledge and expertise. We don't stand on protocol. Our "official" meeting time is 5:30 p.m., but we start gathering at 9 a.m. to sit and sew and socialize. It is so uplifting to open the door to the church basement and hear conversations and laughing. Today is guild day and this is what I will be working on.
Celtic Solstice, of course. It's cut and ready to go. (The divided tray fits in the Protect-n-Stor boxes I talked about here.) Today I'll mark the diagonal line on the squares and pin matched sets together (that's my O brain objecting to totally scrappy). Sewing will be done at retreat tomorrow.
Scarlet and Grey - Go Buckeyes: Cutting the pieces for a new class sample. You'll have to wait to see that one. I'm still trying to decide which colors to put where.
Star Gazing: Also by Margot Languedoc Designs, another new project that will be going with me to retreat: The blocks are big. This one will go together fast. I still need 2 or 3 more fabrics for the stars which I'm hoping to pull from my newly-acquired "Scrumptious" layer cake. The Scrumptious background is the inspiration for the colors I pulled from my stash.
Linking up with Bonnie and Judy.