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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Mountain Laurel Quilt Guild Meeting

I had an incredible time last week and I have had some delays in getting back into the swing of things here.  Without further ado.....
Last Monday night was the Mountain Laurel Quilt Guild Meeting in Wellsboro, PA.  I had learned just before I left that Linda Poole was going to be their speaker.  Back in March,  Linda Poole had come to The Gathering of Quilters here in OH.  I loved her presentation and was so thrilled when I got to take her Bended Bias Class held at the Sonflower Quilt Store in Sylvania, OH.  I loved the class and promised not to let my table runner become a UFO.
When I got to the Guild Meeting last Monday night I was so excited I could not stop telling my girlfriends how much they were going to enjoy the program.  I snuck up on Linda and surprised her.  I was glad she remembered me.  Of course she was surprised to see me there and I told her I was "stalking" her....LOL.

Here Linda is peaking out from behind her beautiful fairy quilt.  I was so busy enjoying her lecture I did not take any pictures of her speaking so I posted this one below. 
 
This is the table runner I started when I took her class back in March.  Below are some of her absolutely gorgeous quilts she shared with us.  Many of these are from her book, Turkish Delights, that is no longer available except through Linda's website.  Bended Bias Applique is also a great book Linda has written.
Linda  shares the influences that all of her travels have had on her quilting.  You will never look at your travel experiences the same after you hear Linda's excellent lecture. 


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This quilt is from Linda's book, Quilted Fairie Tales.  Not only is Linda a Quilt Designer, she is also a a gifted Writer as well.   Every fairy in her book has it's own poem. 
Below is a photo of my table topper still in progress.  I really enjoyed Linda's class and think she is an top notch instructor.  Don't miss taking her classes if you get the chance....you will be thrilled you did.
Oh, did I mention Linda also designs fabrics?  Some people are just so talented!!  Check out her Iridescence line with Avlyn Fabrics.


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sure... you were stalking her... bwhahahahahaa! Welcome home! I hope you're refreshed and ready to tackle life...

Hugs!

P.S. I feel a trip north coming on. I'll let ya know...LOL!

Barb said...

I have never seen those designs before, very unique and fun.

MJE said...

It was a wonderful week with you Kelly. Glad you got to go to the quilt meeting with me and if the blogging world only knew how you helped Linda entertain us by holding up her quilts. I was pleased to see her work in person.

MJ

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Been missing you girl! What beautiful work. Glad you had such a fun time.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Been missing you girl! What beautiful work. Glad you had such a fun time.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Her fabric is beautiful! I would love to see it in person!

Sheila said...

Hmmm...how did you change the background on your bias design from Sonflower class?? I'm so observant. Like the pink much better, by the way!

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