First was the reveal of our Five Funky Flowers group quilt! This picture is not good because it was on the wall at an awkward angle.
Five members of the bee each made one or more red/purple flowers, and then we divided each into four quarters and divided them back up. After deciding how to construct our new flower from the four sections, we each added stems, leaves, quilting, and other embellishments. We each bound our own section, and Roberta whip-stitched the five sections together. My flower is the one in the center with the dark stem and leaves. The quilt will be shown at the next guild quilt show in March.
Roberta Morgan showed off some of her tissue-bleed fabric projects. That was our project last month, wherein we used wet colored tissue paper to tint commercial fabric.
This one is a landscape with amazingly strong color tones. It reminds me of a watercolor painting.
She got some great colors on this one, too.
I finished my fabric-colored journal in time for the meeting. The cover is quilted to a piece of Timtex interfacing, then fused to a piece of snow-dyed fabric that I made years ago.