Reminder: Guild meeting Tuesday!

I always try to find interesting and inspiring quilts to show on my posts and with Thanksgiving right around the corner, I really wanted to show a quilt that featured my favorite part about Thanksgiving but gosh darn, no one has ever apparently made a "mashed potato quilt", or at least taken a photo of it and put it on the internet. Get on it, quilters! :)

Miniature Fall Art Quilt by UniquelyJenCreations
You've got a few days left before our meeting to finish your Itty Bitty Picture Perfect quilts for our annual Grab Game:

  1. Make a winter themed mini quilt that has a raw size of 8 3/4" x 10 1/2" before binding. The quilt should be in portrait orientation. 
  2. Hem one of the short edges of a piece of fabric 8 3/4" x 9 1/2" and add it to the back of the quilt, raw edge aligned to the top. This will act as the sleeve for the acrylic stand.
  3. Add a binding as normal.
  4. Stand back and marvel at your creativity and craftsmanship/womansship!

To make sure everyone who participates goes home with something awesome, please make your quilt beautiful and steal-worthy, something that you'd really like to keep!

Please bring it (and NOT the acrylic stand - leave that at home) in an unmarked bag.

Here's your reminder list of things to bring:

  • Your homemade name badge
  • Your Raincross Quilt Guild pin, which is now worth an EXTRA ticket in the door prize drawing! If you don't have one, you can purchase one for $5 at the door.
  • Star block of month
  • Itty Bitty Picture Perfect quilt
  • If you were born in March, May, September, or November, you are invited to bring a snack to share (but it's not required!)
  • Bottled water or other nonalcoholic drink
See you all Tuesday!
- Cassandra G.


Carol Holmes said...

LOL I can always depend on you for an itty bitty laugh. HO HO HO
I'm almost done with my Itty Bitty Quilt. See you Tuesday.

Samantha Nichols said...

mmmashed potato quilt block... I love them but I really didn't ever think of immortalizing them in a quilt....!

The Raincross Quilt Guild said...

And now the wheels are spinning! Maybe a block for each tasty morsel of the Thanksgiving meal. :)

Sue Carter said...

Thank you for your great posts!

Barbara M. said...

You're just too funny! Thanks for our periodic dose of Ha Ha!!