Today was the last SOSAH Day of the summer. It was a smallish group that met online, but it was fun to see each other and hear about what some of us are doing these days.
After several very hot days in Vancouver, we were glad the temperature has dropped to bearable. There are even rumours of rain.
Projects on the go included a convergence quilt from the Spring workshop, a “leftover” quilt, placemats made with charm squares, hexies, and a little sleeping bag for a child’s stuffie.
Our impromptu Show and Tell included a holder for playing cards, smocked dresses, and a picture of a family home created with fabric and free motion quilting.
The Seminole Workshop coming this fall was mentioned, and we learned that fat quarters will work for seminole strips as well as width-of-fabric pieces.
On a serious note, we agreed that COVID remains very much with us, and we must take care whether we are travelling or staying in our own community.
Thanks to Marilyn and Barb for organizing this meetup.
Happy summer. Happy quilting. Stay safe.