I’m kind of a mess, so yesterday it was a blessing to be surrounded by friends, and many whom I consider family at The Seattle Modern Quilt Guild’s Holiday Sew-In at Island Quilter on Vashon Island.
Island Quilter’s bright and large space accommodated our large group.
It was Merry Christmas to us, because Anja and Paul opened up what they call “The Vault.” Which meant there were loads of out of print fabrics for us to purchase! I went home with some Lizzy House Pearl Bracelet.
Working on gifts was of course high on the agenda and I heard between the mimosa’s and cookies that some made it a highly productive day.
I managed some infinity scarves and an apron. I love the pharmacy on the island too for gifts and picked up some awesome stocking stuffers.
A little show and tell of our newest baby quilt.
Thanks to all who made it a great time! You are all sunshine on a cloudy day and I really needed it.
It looks like a fabulous space to visit, and that vault looks amazing!
Well done quilting, and a beautiful presentation. Thank you for sharing. Mtetar
I love that space! I bet there was lots of giggling, too!
Sarah M. Ehret says
Are you okay?
from you two Seattle based classes
Everything good here, just very sad about Friday’s events. xo
Sewing is the best therapy ~ I love the sew days of the PMQG too ~ so wonderful to be around lots of creativity!
wow! dying over some of that fabric in the vault 🙂
Looks like a lovely day, with lovely people.
Ali M says
Sigh, I just found your blog through the flickr board for the Seattle Modern Quilt guild, I kinda wish I hadn’t because now I know Vashon Island is keeping some of my most wanted fabric somewhere on it. 😉