Staying Connected #1

Hi Seymour Quilters. What a strange and troubling world it is right now with COVID-19 news all around us.

Although our guild activities are on hold for the time being, we can use our blog and website to stay connected.

Are you quilting these days? As they say, quilting gives us a place to go when we have to stay where we are. Hopefully, your quilting space is a calm and comforting place to be!

Here are some photos of projects that members are working on. A sort of online show and tell. Many thanks to those who shared these pictures.

If you would like to share your quilt photos, too, send them along to me for the next “Staying Connected” post. Judy S

From Maureen … A baby quilt needing to be finished.
From Maureen … My collage turtle needing much work.
From Maureen … A baby quilt to be cut, etc. before the child gets too big. He is now 3 months old.
From Maureen … The Big Red Door on Littlewood Lane. My best friend’s house, north of Fredericton at Island View. Felted landscape, appliqué. A place of love and laughter.
From Judy S … One of my “Colour Gone Wild” quilts. This was a personal stash busting challenge to see if I could combine fabrics of many genres by colour and contrast.
From Kathryn … Here is a small project I am working on.
From Yoskyl … Made with my pesky hexagons.! I have finally used them all up!
Marilyn’s Trend Tex Challenge quilt … My Show and Tell – I like the simplicity of the Roman numerals for the number 2020 so I used them in the challenge. The title is “2020 Pieced Together”. It is entirely pieced mostly using improv and a straight edge.
From Linda D … my Highland Cow wall hanging
From Linda D … sewing the Highland Cow wall hanging
And a last picture … just because he’s so darn cute!

Choose optimism … it feels better!

2 thoughts on “Staying Connected #1

  1. You all did a splendid job on your projects. I can’t compete with artists like Maureen O or Linda D or Marilyn C and precise sewing like Kathryn G and Judy S but Yoskyl’s hexagon’s are more suited to my skills. I’d love to see what others are doing? I need more ideas.

  2. Excellent!!! Love to see the next postings of progress. Love the cow Linda D!!! Well done.

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