Last weekend I attended the fall convention of the Georgia Quilt Council in Carrollton, GA. After all the years I’ve been quilting, this was my first time attending the council’s meeting, and I was impressed. These ladies know quilting and know Georgia. I met many wonderful quilters, appraisers, shop owners, historians, guild officers, and teachers. It was a “who’s who” of quilters in Georgia. I was so busy in my booth I didn’t take photos of the speakers, but here’s peek at one of the quilts displayed at the convention:
Carrollton welcomed us with quilts hung in the shop windows on the town square:
Next was a tour of the facility that will house the new Southeast Quilt and Textile Museum:
The above photo is of an interior wall of the facility, which used to house cotton bales for GoldKist. The building was badly burned in a fire in the early 1900’s, and you can still see the outline of the hay bales on the walls.
I had a lovely time at the fall convention, and here’s a quick bulletin of events coming up and an invitation to join me. If you can’t, hop on over to my Color Mastery blog and enjoy the resources there until you can attend one my lectures or workshops:
Oct. 13, Creative Quilter’s Guide to Color, Cotton Patch Quilters, Athens, GA
Oct. 17, Machine Quilting Mastery, Sew Memorable, Dawsonville, GA
Nov. 7, Color Mastery for Any Quilter, Quilt Shop on the Square, Ellijay, GA
Hope to see you soon in one of my workshops – let’s make a colorful quilt together!