Saturday, August 15, 2015

Pictures From Kansas Troubles Designer Lynne Hagmeier and Grandson Cooper

Lynne Hagmeier came to visit us from the state of Kansas to tell us about the beginnings of the Kansas Troubles shop and design line of fabrics that she produces.  She was accompanied by her grandson Cooper. 

Lynne brought in many wonderful quilts, wallhangings and other projects for us to see.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Kansas Troubles Lynne Hagmeier Visits Pieces and Patches

These ladies loved what they made  in their workshop with Kansas Troubles owner and designer Lynne Hagmeier. 

Monday, July 13, 2015

Promoting Quilting At Our Public Libraries

Window Displays from Pieces and Patches Quilt Guild at the Meijer Branch of the Jackson Public Library.
                                                                                                    Patriotic Quilt Display from Pieces and Patches Quilt Guild on display at the Spring Arbor Branch of the Jackson Public Library. 

 Many thanks to  Ann Midkiff and her committee for arranging these wonderful displays.

Swirling Table Runner Workshop with Anne Marcellis - June 29, 2015

 Anne with Janice *  Beautiful Blues

                                                  Sharon's Batiks

 Anne's Beautiful Runner Under Construction

 Dixie's Very First Quilt Workshop

 Anne and Becky with Solid Fabric Swirling Runner

Our end of the afternoon projects 

Thursday, June 25, 2015

June 29, 2015 Anne Marcellis, Creative Quilting

Anne in front of one of her creative quilts
Don't miss catching up with
Anne (Garberich) Marcellis, former Pieces and Patches guild member and see what's she's been up to in her quilting adventure, Monday, June 29 at our guild meeting.

Kay Nickols Visits Pieces & Patches

Michigan Quilter and Author Kay Nickols visited our guild on Monday, May 18, 2015.  She taught a workshop during the day and then presented    "Not One, But Two Trunk Shows" in the evening.  She is famous for her books and patterns that feature the use of one border fabric to make an entire quilt in her books
Wonderful 1 Fabric Quilts and
Wonderful 1 Fabric Curves.


Our Mystery Quilt Reveal was
0n May 18, 2015
The pattern for the Mystery Quilts this year was designed by Debbie Caffrey and called "Undercover in Long Beach II".  The clues were given out over several months with the final reveal at our May meeting.  What a great job the participants did and have varied the results!    If you've never tried a one, maybe next time!