Show & Tell - December 2014

Decembers Pot Luck is always a great time. Festive tables are set, excitement grows as wrapped packages are brought in and mouths water as the dishes are set out on the tables.

Show & Tell - November 2014

Karen Eckmeier's (our guest lecturer/teacher) method of layering and topstitching technique in her landscape quilts as well as in clothing and other quilts are stunning. Karen turns fabric into pieces of quilted art work. 

Show & Tell - October 2014

The Guild had it's own pumpkin festival and to help celebrate was our speaker Maureen Blanchard owner of Cobblestone Quilts, Townsend, MA. 

Members were to guess how many pumpkin seeds were in this head. Would you believe well over 300!

Show & Tell - September 2014

Through the generosity of the members, it is possible for all to gather prior to the meeting for conversation, coffee/tea and wonderful eats. We call it the Snack 'n Yack time. 

Show & Tell - August 2014

Sharon N. showed one (out of two) of her first quilts. The designs for both were something to see....AND it's a beginners quilt. Amazing.

Show & Tell - July 2014

Show & Tell continues with Guild Members "first quilt" or quilt project. Shown is Anne-Marie with her first quilt. Through the four blocks, she learned different techniques.

Most of the first quilts shown were all hand quilted and some hand pieced as well. 

Show & Tell - June 2014

It was with pleasure that the BFQG honored and gifted two WW II Veterans,  Bob Sundeen and Frank Lindh, each with a Quilt of Valor. Pictured with the men are Tommi  and Pam.

Show & Tell - May 2014

Helen H. celebrating 95 years. A secret to a long life? Helen stays active, quilts, attends Guild meetings, etc. A great example of how we should "all grow up." The Guild is blessed to have you!

Guild Quilt Retreat - April 26 2014

A retreat environment to help one create beautiful quilts in a very relaxed atmosphere. You don't even have to cook a meal! 

Show & Tell - April 2014

The first of an annual fund raiser for the New England Quilt Museum. What a great time we all had and it was made possible through donations of quilt related treasures from members who in turn purchased "new" treasures.