Monthly Guild meeting. Hope to see you there!
We meet in the main church building.
9:30 am - Meet, sign in, social visiting
10:00 - Business meeting, Program, Show and Tell, Door Prizes
Sherilyn Mortensen - A Trunk Full of Curves and Sew Much More!
What could be better than a trunk full of Sea Sherilyn Sew and Sew Kind of Wonderful designs, beautifully custom quilted by Sherilyn Mortensen?
Sherilyn Mortensen has spent the last 20 years enjoying some form of quilting. In the past 7 years her interest, skill level and passion for quilting has tremendously increased with the wonderful addition of free-motion/long-arm quilting. She took to free-motion quilting very quickly and easily. Her QUILTY pleasures and passions include free-motion quilting for herself and clients, pattern designing and teaching. She enjoys her association with Gammill as one of their talented quilt artists. After spending a few years designing patterns with her sister’s at Sew Kind of Wonderful, she decided to start her own business, Sea Sherilyn Sew but still enjoys working and collaborating with her talented sisters. Sherilyn lives in beautiful Tyler, TX. She and her husband raised their 3 children in warm and sunny Central Florida. She still has plenty of sand between her toes and the ocean is definitely her happy place! Hence the “Sea” in Sea Sherilyn Sew. She also spent time living in beautiful Colorado’s Western slope and the gorgeous Cache Valley in Utah. Life as a wife, mother, grandmother, friend and quilter brings her the greatest joy!
Learn more about Sherilyn at https://www.seasherilynsew.com/
Quilts of Valor Celebration
Catherine Cureton - Running Doe Trunk Show
A lifelong seamstress, Catherine's real passion for sewing began in college when she fell in love with a quilt from the Moda Bakeshop on Pinterest & made her first "real" quilt. From there, one thing led to another and she found herself working at a quilt shop, owning a longarm, and designing quilt patterns for Villa Rosa Designs under the name Running Doe Quilts. She now lives in Whitehouse with her husband and 3 kids, sewing and quilting every chance she gets.
Annette Plog - Building a Fabric Stash
Annette has been quilting since she learned to piece her first quilt, a Lone Star Quilt, in 1987. Being a lover of antique quilts, reproducing these quilts is one of her favorite processes. Through the study of fabric history, collecting antique quilts and an informal education involving classes, reading and learning from the antique dealers has added to her fabric knowledge. Annette has authored two books, True Blue Quilts and Time Honored Traditions, along with teaching, lecturing, writing patterns and displaying her own quilts at various shows. Her first fabric line with Windham, Petite Perennials, is the next step in her love of fabric and quilting. Reproduction fabrics are her first fabric love!
Quilters Guild of East Texas is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. PO Box 130773, Tyler, TX 75713-0773