Last night was our guild meeting - and we had Gail Garber from New Mexico as our speaker. Her program was wonderful! In addition to being a quilter, she loves to hike and she is a HUGE supporter of wild bird rescue. Which totally relates to her quilting focus of free-form flying geese.
Her quilted geese fly in circles, arcs, and every way possible. The quilts she shared were amazing! It was a fun evening.
You know, when we moved to Auburn I was not expecting much from the guild here. Boy, was I wrong! It's definitely a more laid back guild, but I like that. They bring in very good speakers and teachers. Next year, Sue Spargo will be here! Yes, in little bitty Auburn! I've taken a two day class from her already, but I know I'll take Sue's classes again when she comes. Maybe this will give me a push to get out my Sue Spargo projects and finish some of them... I think I have about 5 of them...
So what else is going on around here? A friend is coming by this morning. I've decided it's time to stop
I have other stuff I need to to re-home - this is one of my goals this year.