The Greater Ann Arbor Quilt Guild contacted me early last year in May. The guild program director Lottie Parker did a great job staying in touch throughout the year and made sure my stay there was comfortable.
I taught two classes - Windmill class was scheduled the day before the guild meeting and Peppermint Pinwheels was scheduled on the day after the meeting. Here are some of the pictures of guild members' work from the Windmills class..
Speaking of Winmills, I also have some pictures from class at Sisters to share.
She worked her magic in the class and had her top ready before even leaving the class.
As I was setting up my quilts on the stage and catching my breath before the talk (as I always do since my first experience) people were trickling in the auditorium.
I spotted those two members with Julie Sefton's book, Build A Barn!
I was thrilled to see it and had to take this picture.
Sunday's Peppermint Pinwheel class was also as much fun and as colorful as ever.
We had some very prolific group of quilters! They all ended up making at least four or more blocks on the day of the class. I loved the variety of fabrics in the class.
Thank you Sonya, Lottie, Judy, Carol and everyone at Greater Ann Arbor Quilt Guild for your warm hospitality. You made my experience memorable!
After the classes I visited a dear friend on Beaver island. I can't wait to share the story about that in a day or two. Stay tuned!