According to the folks at Generation Q Magazine, their latest issue is out!
Looks like there are lots of fun features, but specifically I wanted to point out a couple of fun features:
“No issue of Generation Q would be complete without a cocktail, and in May-June, we’ve got the GenQ Mule, a light, refreshing pour that’s perfect for summer (and a wee bit of quilting).”
….and also…..and possibly even more important (than drinks? what?)….
“We’ve also got fresh, fun projects and/or conversation from a host of quilterati, including Katy Jones, Mandy Leins, Casey York, Lisa Bee-Wilson, Sheila Sinclair Snyder, Wendy Sheppard, Sherri Noel, Paula Mills, Jessica Levitt, Jackie Kunkel “
My quilt group, the Pine Needlers, did a round-robin project where each month you did a row for the person whose quilt you were passed. There were ten people in the project, so it took ten months to finish the project. And at the end, we sure did have some spectacular quilts! This is one of the ten quilts.
The Quilted Bee
And yes, using black thread, I added the antennae!
The Quilted LadyBug
Each person signed their row on the front of the quilt.
Birds in the Sky
There are so many cute rows!
I have the first book Gwen Marston and Freddy Moran did on the subject of Collaboration and now they’ve come out with another, Collaborate Again:Freewheeling Twists on Traditional Quilt Designs. I love the first book and am looking forward to getting their second one as well. I done several collaborations – one with my friend Leslie, one with my Kaffe Group through Piece by Piece Quilt Shop, and several with my quilt group, the Pine Needlers. All have turned out spectacular and were really fun to do. You just don’t know what you will end up with…which for me is the point. Stretch yourself! Enjoy the process!
Freddy & Gwen Collaborate Again: Freewheeling Twists on Traditional Quilt Designs