One nice thing about hand sewing is that you can take it outside. Although every day lately hasn’t been warm and sunny, I’ve had the pleasure of taking advantage of the days that have been by sitting on my patio hand quilting and sewing down bindings. It’s been a strange winter for all of us but, although we still need to be vigilant, there is a feeling of hope in the air. I’m so thankful that we have been able to continue to enjoy our meetings and be of service to the community. I’m really looking forward to the May program presented by one of our own, Joan Watkins. I can’t wait to try out her technique.
Our May meeting will include the election of a new president. I wish to say that it has been a pleasure to serve as president of the guild and I look forward to continued participation in a different roll. Our team of dedicated committee members is what makes this guild the wonderful entity that it is. The opportunity to work and commune with other quilting enthusiasts, especially during this time of relative isolation, has been inspiring and fulfilling. See ya’ on Zoom!