Signs of Spring have shown up here on the Jersey Shore and these butterflies are here for it! Lucky member, Susan A got to take them all home and corral them into a quilt. We are taking advantage of the beautiful weather with outdoor festivities, like ice dying. Laura S is going to school us in this technique in her yard next weekend. Plan to see some mandala inspired projects post ice dying!! Our June meeting is one of my personal favorites, it’s a backyard potluck/meeting. This year Linda D is hosting us at her Bradley Beach home just steps from the ocean. These are my favorite because they are low key gatherings where we get to connect on a more casual level while sharing food and projects. They’ll be a fun game of Left Right Center, the fat quarter version led by Denise R. I’m looking forward to just relaxing and chatting with everyone.

Aren’t these beautiful!

Our member led program this month was all about using social media. Instagram in particular. Brigit C gave us a really good presentation and slideshow about everything Instagram like privacy, and how to use hashtags, both as a “filing” tool and a method of researching. Some of us who considered ourselves seasoned even learned a few things, thank you Brigit!

Linda D made herself this really nifty travel iron case and I have a feeling she’s going to be teaching us how to make one soon too!
Linda has been working on this one for her grandson. She appliquéd all of those trucks and the checkerboard borders are perfection! I’m so glad she could pry it away from the little guy to share it with us tonight!
Wendy just became our newest guild member and she wowed the crowd with this gorgeous version of Taren Studios “Through Love” quilt. She created this as an anniversary gift. I may have already purchased the pattern for a bridal shower gift as well!
Elizabeth’s love for the dragonfly on display once again with this beautiful panel turned quilt!
Lauren, another brand new addition to our guild, really blew us all away with her creativity here. She is going to be a wonderful addition to the group, welcome Lauren!!
Katie’s finished jelly roll quilt. It’s a beauty!
Katie confiscated this from her husband to show us, a gorgeous flannel quilt she made for him!
Anne created this quilt from her daughter’s receiving blankets for herself. So pretty!
Susan decided to show us her first quilt she ever made. Quite an adventurous undertaking for a first project and she aced it!
Camille makes the absolute best pillows!
Camille also made this amazing quilt and she did all the quilting on her domestic machine. It’s so large our photographer had a time getting a picture of it.
And not surprisingly, some pillows to got with it!!
MaryJane, our resident button enthusiast, and her submission for this years Button Society exhibit. Part two of her show and tell is that blouse she’s wearing, made in part with a cat fabric. How fun!
This is so beautiful!
Our guest for the evening shared this beauty!
Eileen’s Peanut Butter quilt, a free pattern and sew along from Then Came June.
The back.

And that’s a wrap for May! There’s a lot of fun stuff happening here so stay tuned. See you in June

Tulip Time at the JSMQG

Would you look at all of those amazing tulips!!

Tulips were the theme of our monthly block lotto and they did not disappoint! I can’t wait to see how winner, Barbara P puts these together.

Some of us took the tulip theme next level and couldn’t resist making all sorts of things

Laura K whipped up this impressive wall hanging!
MaryJane P got out her graph paper and started making tulip blocks in multiple sizes

We had a JellyRoll Reunion! some of us who made jellyroll race quilts at our last sew in reunited them at our meeting!

Every meeting of the Jersey Shore MQG includes an educational/instructional portion. This month our resident Art Teacher, Brooke C, gave us an in depth look at the Color Wheel. Brooke schooled us in color and value, secondary and tertiary colors, and how to use the color wheel to pull fabrics for a quilt. It was really very interesting. Thank you Brooke!

Never a shortage of Show and Tell from our membership either. This month we tried something a little different and asked to see Spring themed projects

A cute finish from Elizabeth who just returned from her winter stint in Florida
Speaking of tulips, MaryJane brought in her first ever tulip themed quilt from the 90s.
Some spring themed pansies from Susan A!
Two cute little bunny wall hangings from Eileen D

It wasn’t all flowers and bunnies though, here’s some more pretties from our members and guests

Newer member Laura K says we are inspiring her to finish some old works in progress. Happy to be if service Laura!! Great job on the blue and white wall hanging and this gorgeous Stitch Happens sampler! You’ve now inspired me to make mine since I have the pattern about five years now!
Camielle M wows is every time with her pillows. These Jersey Shore ladies loved the crab!
Brandy B showed us her SuperNova quilt and honestly who does not love a good pieced backing!! Bravo 👏
Proud plant lover, Julia P, created this adorable quilted basket/plant holder. How cute!!
Our guest, Wendy, created quite a stir when she showed us this string pieced star quilt. It’s was all the buzz and everyone wants to make one. Stick around we may just be doing a string piecing program in the future!
Brooke needed a quilt for a new baby, how cute is this!
And of course then big brother will need one too so Brooke had these two finishes!
This beauty was made by Elizabeth!
Another guest, Susan G, gave us the honor of debuting her first, ever quilt at our meeting. How great is that! And that backing she chose is absolute perfection. Great job Susan!
Christine S showed us this pillow and shockingly there was an incredible amount of interest in learning this technique. I think we can make that happen. Thanks Christine!

Sherre was busy this month. Here’s a few she turned out!

There’s lots of good things in the works here at the JSMQG including ice dying, barn quilts, our annual outdoor meeting and potluck and a trip to a bar! That’s right! We will be attending the annual fundraiser of Team Shamrock as a group, at Bar A this summer where we will have a quilt as part of the gift auction. That should be so much fun. Stay tuned!

Friends Who Sew Together

We had a race! Not your typical race but a JellyRoll race. More importantly though, we raced together, a whole bunch of us on a rainy, cold Saturday in March at Old Spool Sewing. It was the perfect day to sew-in, who am I kidding they’re all perfect days, and we sewed and laughed and chatted and ate. Somehow there’s always food involved! Our youngest member and queen of the jelly roll quilts, Brooke C, had the idea to get us all together. She showed us most of her quilts and talked about different ways to make jelly roll quilts. Then it was time to put the pedal to metal and get sewing. It was such a fun day! We have so many newer members to our guild it was an opportunity to be together outside of a meeting in a much more relaxed atmosphere and really get to know one another. It was great!

There was also shopping as our host and owner of Old Spool Sewing Studio offered us a generous discount on backing and binding fabric for our JellyRoll quilts and come on you know we can’t stop there! It was just an all around great day!

Please enjoy our mostly finished quilt tops!

A variation of a JellyRoll quilt.
And this genius use of 2 1/2” strips rolled precisely to create this work of art!

Love these days of sewing together with friends!


March at the JSMQG was all about shamrocks. Our block lotto participants made two each of a shamrock block, one for the winner Brigit C, and one for a donation quilt for Team Shamrock. Team Shamrock has an annual fundraiser in August at Bar A in Lake Como. For the past two years we’ve been donating a quilt for their gift auction. Last year that event netted over $40,000 for Tunnel to Towers and we are always happy to lend a hand. This year their event happens to fall on our meeting night and our members voted unanimously to attend it in lieu of a meeting. Stay tuned for pictures from that night.

Preparing to assemble this for Team Shamrock!
April will be all about tulips! So cute!!
Linda D schooled us about starch this month. Every month we have an instructional portion to our meetings.
Linda demonstrated different methods of starching and different products, including how to prepare your own starch from vodka. Who knew! She also showed us examples of what happens when starched fabric is washed in different water and dryer temperatures. So interesting. And if that wasn’t enough, Linda also demonstrated how to use freezer paper for appliqué projects. It was a great night for learning, thank you Linda
A new segment of our meeting nights, I’ve asked Julia, our host and owner of Old Spool Sewing Studio, to take a few minutes to highlight new fabric and products to the shop. Not only did she show us this cool vintage inspired seed packet panel and coordinating prints she had a few samples made up of things you could use them for. So many of us were inspired by that the fabric was flying out the door after the meeting!

And as always, show and tell.

Sherre M showed us four versions of the same quilt And she still had time to make one more quilt.
Julia made a wallet!
Susan made a lovely heart table runner.
Deb H made a soft book for her grandson from a panel she bought at Old Spool
Mary Jane was so busy selling raffle tickets she had no time to sew, so instead she shared this book about the infamous Red and White quilt show at the Armory in NYC. Thanks MaryJane!
Nellie had two wall hangings she shared with us!

That about wraps up March for us.

Quilts For Today and Tomorrow Exhibit

Our first exhibit, commemorating our tenth anniversary as a guild, was a whopping success! The month long event at the Belmar Arts Council was well attended by the public, we had viewers still coming in as we were taking the show down. Opening Reception was literally standing room only. Refreshments, wine, and entertainment provide by local musician, Matt Trice, was enjoyed by all. I do believe records were broken at the BAC!

There were 56 quilt entries from the JSMQG and 7 entries from the public. Without these two men it would’ve taken so much longer than the two days it did to hang the entire show.

Linda D, June M, Eileen D, Steve and Chris M, The hanging crew!
Our quilt hangers enjoying a meal post exhibit compliments of the JSMQG members, well deserved!

The exhibit, opening reception, and the response from the public went far beyond any expectations I had, it was nothing short of phenomenal.

The people have spoken! Viewers Choice went to Rosemary C for her ‘Suitcase’ quilt, her inspiration came from a cross country move while still working and good friend who opened her doors and let her live out of her suitcase temporarily. Nicely done! Rosemary went home with a gift card to Old Spool Sewing Studio!

Some of the quilts that were on display. There is an awful lot of talent amongst us!

MaryJane P and Laura S
June M
MaryEllen C and Deb H selling raffle tickets and mystery fabric bags while manning the show. We had members taking turns there for the entire month, to answer questions.
Pam H and her mom enjoying the opening reception.
“Jersey Shore Waves” a raffle quilt made by our members. Tickets still available by contacting a member or through our website http://www.jerseyshoremqg.com. Drawing to be held on June 8,2023

Success! A great experience all around. With the influx of new members, this event allowed us to take time to form new friendships and bond as a guild. We are more than just a group of quilters, we are friends! Here’s to us!! The Jersey Shore Modern Quilt Guild. See you in 2025!!


February 2023

Here we are in February already and our ever popular block lotto block was “Hearts on Point”. Brooke told us to make scrappy hearts in pink or red on a scrappy low volume background. How stinkin cute are these and lucky Denise got to call them hers! I cannot wait to see how she puts them together.

MaryEllen enjoyed this block so much she made herself a table topper how fun?!!
You’ll never guess what we’re making for March?! Scrappy shamrocks on an off white background. Each of us will contribute two blocks, one for the winning member and one for us to make a quilt for Team Shamrock (Tunnel to Towers) August fundraiser at Bar Anticipation in Lake Como. Kathy Cunningham is gonna love this one!

Our meeting consisted of a quick business portion and show and tell. We had so much to talk about our exhibit that was opening in just a few days that we skipped having our monthly program. So here’s our little quilt parade.

Brooke did show us one of her completed jelly roll quilts and has organized a jelly roll sew-in for March 25th. She’ll be teaching the group her methods for making these.
First up June with her mini quilt she made for her MQG partner. These swaps take place during Quilt Con either in person if you’re both attending or virtually. This came out great June!
This bargello beauty is made by Dev H, only a few days earlier she was in Old Spool purchasing 12 different fabrics for this. It’s gorgeous and inspired by the northern lights.
Deb hasn’t been with us for a while so she had a few to show like this pretty!
And this one,
A great string quilt from Linda D.
Linda has also been busy appliquéing these trucks for a quilt for her grandson
Here we have Julia showing off a quilt made by her husband Patrick! Awesome!!
Another jelly roll quilt by Brooke.
Brooke gave us a sneak peek at her “Stay at Home Quilt” which will be featured in our exhibit. It holds some beautiful meanings for her, isn’t it great!
Brigit too gave us a peek at her mini quilt for the exhibit, a tiny reminder of her baby quilt. She did a great job!!
We had a guest tonight. Not only did Susan bring this runner to show us, she actually became our latest member. So happy to have you Susan!!
And another runner that Susan made.
MaryJane brought this little stunner in to show us. It is the first quilt she ever entered into a exhibit. She also brought in a photo of herself with the quilt at the show in 1984?
This cute panel is the start of a a bag that Pam will be selling at the exhibit and marked the proceeds to go to the guild. Very generous of you Pam!
We all loved this one Anne brought in to show!

Last but not least, Sherre missed a meeting so she had quite a few finishes to show us.

This was one of the ShopHop quilts.
Cute owls!!

That’s it for now.

Hope to see all of you at our first official quilt exhibit at the Belmar Arts Center. The show runs from 2/14-3/11. Join us for our opening reception on Saturday February 18th from 3-5!!

Stay tuned for lots of photos from this event.


Another jam packed meeting at Old Spool Sewing Studio, where we once again added two new members! Warm welcome to Camille and Laura, we’re happy to have you on board!!

We are just weeks away from our first ever quilt exhibit and knee deep in planning, organizing and advertising. We have a gorgeous quilt to raffle, with all proceeds to fund supplies we need to continue to support the community with quilts and handmade items for donation and fundraisers.

Jersey Shore Waves, made by the members of the JSMQG

If you are reading this blog, we surely hope to see you at the Belmar Arts Center between February 13th and March 11th 2023 to see our work! There will be an Opening Reception with entertainment on February 18th from 3-5pm, come and join us and say hi! Information about the show and the Arts Center can be found here https://www.belmararts.org/

Our resident bag maker and entrepreneur Pam H, gave a wonderful presentation on everything zippers! She went through every possible zipper choice and their applications.

Here Pam is talking about her first sewing book from grade school!
And her first sewing project from 3rd grade!

Our monthly Block Lotto program is always wildly poplar. Brooke introduces a block to us every month and gives us instructions and design parameters and we all make one block. The blocks are collected and one winner takes them home to make a quilt for themselves. Here’s Januarys blocks on display, a poinsettia

And June M, was our lucky winner! Stay tuned for February and some scrappy hearts

As always our members have been busy creating

Denise R had this gorgeous quilt to show, what a great color combination!
MaryJane is participating in a mystery quilt with Bonnie Hunter, again that color combination is beautiful!
New member Camille showed us her puppy, pillow that is! How cute is he??
And a really clever embroidery case that Camille created as a gift for a friend!!
MaryEllen’s brother brought her back these amazing fabrics from a trip to Africa and here’s what she did with a few of them. The black background really makes these pop. Just gorgeous!
And an improv art quilt MaryEllen created, she’s incredibly talented!
Elizabeth had this dragonfly quilt to show, she has this thing for dragonflies!
And another great one from Elizabeth.
Linda D made this for her husband but apparently it’s too short for him and so back to the machine she goes!
Eileen D finally got this quilted from an improvisational curves class she took earlier this year at Old Spool Sewing. She tried some freehand quilting on her longarm.
June showed us this tablecloth she had created.
And a runner that June created with leftovers from another project and she embellished it with machine embroidery
Linda D showed us a project she took on this past summer. She had a beautiful, 50 year old, full length wool coat that the lining had become worn and shredded in some places. She removed it, made waxed paper patterns and replaced the entire lining with this fun fabric she picked up at Old Spool. Bravo Linda!
And we had a sneak peek of Brandy’s art quilt for our exhibit. Can’t wait to see this one finished!

That’s it for January, if you’re looking for us we’ll be at our machines getting ready for our exhibit.

Making a Difference

In our own quiet way, the Jersey Shore Modern Quilt Guild has been supporting our community through quilts for raffle, quilts for comfort to individuals, and other handmade items for ten years. Most recently, we presented twenty quilts, made and donated by our members to Mary’s Place by the Sea in Ocean Grove NJ. Mary’s Place is a respite for women battling cancer, a place where they can take a pause and relax in the most beautiful, serene setting one block from the ocean. While there, the guests are treated to a plant based diet, oncology massage, Reiki, counseling, yoga and so much more and it is all available at no cost. Mary’s Place is funded through local and corporate donations, grants and volunteers.

On the last day before the world shut down for the pandemic, we delivered a sizable batch of quilts to Mary’s Place. Two years later when they opened back up for guests, we received a beautiful, heartfelt letter of thanks from a woman who spent the first weekend they were back open there. Reading that letter was so heartwarming. We rarely get feedback directly from a recipient of our work and it got us all excited to continue doing this. It’s the collective thing that we all love to do and it’s truly making a difference. A win win!

From left to right. Clare Freda (Mary’s Place) Linda Duffy (JSMQG) June Mellinger ( Treasurer JSMQG) Eileen DiPietro (President/Community Outreach Chair JSMQG)

Wrapping Up 2022 – December

2022 has been a whirlwind of a year for this guild. We are wrapping up the year with 28 paid members and a few more promised, that is more than double where we were when the world shut down. That is crazy! We had a full house in December, literally, with members, a half dozen guests, the local press and their photographer. And our long awaited guest speaker Kathy Cunningham, board member and top fundraiser for Tunnel To Towers. We have been partnering with Kathy and her Team Shamrock for quite some time, providing a quilt for her big fundraiser every summer at Bar Anticipation, as well as making quilts for the catastrophically injured service members for whom Tunnel to Towers and Team Shamrock build smart homes. Most of our members hadn’t previously met Kathy so we invited her to come speak. Kathy told us about how her brother perished on 9/11 and she made it her mission to do good and never forget. She gave us so much insight into what the organization does and it’s plans for the future. Everyone seemed to enjoy it and now there’s a face to the name.

A picture of her team, Team Shamrock (Kathy’s brother Donald Robertson had a shamrock tattoo)
A giveaway!
The quilt our members made for Staff Sergeant, Ben Webb, the next smart home recipient, scheduled to be ready in March in Union Beach NJ

Laura was our Block Lotto winner this month. She literally won a forest full of trees!

Here’s next month’s

These are so pretty, I can’t wait to see them all!

This year, we challenged our members to take a step outside of their comfort zone and make a mini art quilt. Shortly after that challenge went out, an opportunity arose for us to have our first ever public quilt exhibit. So, as part of our exhibit there will be a special display of our shore themed art mini quilts, each of which will have a reference to the number ten in honor of our tenth anniversary and as a challenge to our guests to find the number 10. Here’s a peak at a few that have been

November’s block lotto winner, Katie, brought in her assembled quilt already and she was kind enough to offer it as a donation. We will be gifting this to Mary’s Place by the Sea for their Spring gala fundraising event!!

It was also our holiday party. There were lots of treats to eat and a pincushion swap. A fun time was had by all!

2023 is already shaping up to be another fun filled year. Stay tuned for lots of details about our upcoming exhibit in February at the Belmar Arts Council, so exciting!!

Happy holidays!!


November in New Jersey is typically all about crisp weather and an explosion of Fall colors, we’ve had the colors but not much chill in the air. It’s coming though! Members made chevron blocks in Fall themed colors for our block lotto drawing and wowza they looked awesome. Congratulations to new member, Katie who won these. We cannot wait to see this as an awesome quilt!

On to trees for the December block, these are cute!

Brooke is really outdoing herself in choosing blocks every month. Thank you!

We are knee deep in preparing for our first ever Quilt Exhibit to be held at the Belmar Arts Council in February 2023. All of us are working on a mini art quilt, inspired by the Jersey Shore and with a nod to the number 10 somewhere to commemorate our 10 year anniversary. I’m excited to see museum goers trying to spot the “10” in our art!

This amazing collaborative quilt, spearheaded by one of our newer members, Helen, and pieced, quilted, and bound by members will be up for raffle the entire month of our exhibit and beyond. Whatever proceeds from the raffle will go towards purchasing supplies for our work in the community.

Ocean Waves

Speaking of Community, we will be making a donation of approximately 18 quilts to Mary’s Place by the Sea in Ocean Grove in early December. Mary’s Place is a retreat for women battling cancer where guests stay free of charge thanks to the generosity of their supporters. Women stay for a weekend and are treated to nutritious meals, counseling, therapy and their spa, all in the beautiful Victorian building with multiple porches lined with rocking chairs, just steps from the sea. Stay tuned to see the amazing work of our guild members when we make this donation.

Part of every meeting is our Program segment. These are member led and have proven to be both educational and very well received. This month Linda Duffy demonstrated several methods for making multiple half square triangles. Whether you’re new to this craft or have been at it for years, there is always something to learn Sewing strips together to produce half square triangles was new to me! Linda is also a firm believer in starching fabric prior to cutting for precision cutting and piecing and she touched on that in her tutorial, but has promised to devote an entire Program to starching, different types and even mixing your own next year. Thanks Linda

Last month our Program was about unusual machine feet led by June Mellinger. At that time June, who had a 25 year career at Brother Sewing Machine, offered a foot of the month for us. So this month she schooled us about the benefits of a binding foot. Very interesting. While she was demonstrating that someone noticed the embroidery on the back of her jacket. According to Junes husband, no surface is untouched by June’s machine embroidery. All of her quilts are quilted using her Brother machine embroidery function.

More show and tell!

Eileen participated in Kaitlyn of Knot and Thread’s Patchwork Duffle sew along. She used all fabrics from the original Cotton and Steel, now Ruby Star Society’s collections. Simple in design, Eileen used her longarm to quilt up the panel of patchwork before cutting the bag pieces which produced a fantastic looking quilted bag.
Our guest, Ann, showed us this lovely, non traditional tshirt quilt she made for her son.
MaryJane has been at it again, using the same fabric she managed to make three quilts and a pieced back, so really four quilts. And always with a story!! That’s what we love about her!!!
Gotta love Brandy, this has been a work in progress since the Queen Bee days of when we used to meet in Ocean Grove. This quilt is 120” square, anyone want to hand bind this baby?!?!
Julia’s husband Patrick made this beauty!! It reminds me of a take on an Irish chain. We can’t get Patrick to join us at a meeting 🤔 but we’d sure love to have him!!!
Brooke had some extra blocks from her Block Lotto spoils and whipped up a few pillow, how cute!!
Brooke made a jelly roll quilt
and, she tried her hand at some spider web quilting. Great job!

And a whole cloth baby quilt backed with minky!

Debbie Loeb finished two quilts she’ll be donating to our Community Outreach efforts, a super cute take on a modern bear paw and a baby quilt using leftover half square triangles from another project. Thanks Deb!!
Lastly, in preparation for the upcoming exhibit, Eileen prepared two different methods for hanging a quilt. A hanging sleeve for the back of a larger quilt and corner pockets to hang minis along with a handout of instructions.

That’s a wrap for November. Next month we’ll be celebrating the holiday together with a little party and a pincushion swap. Looking forward to that and winding down the year. Plans are being made for 2023 with lots of new and fresh ideas. Our little guild had gone from a handful of members to 30 and counting and I could not be happier about that. The more the merrier!!

Happy holidays to all!


Nothing says Fall like some pumpkins and it was a pumpkin party at our monthly meeting last night. Brooke gave us this awesome block for the Block Lotto and finally….she won them herself! Don’t you just love a good fall quilt!

Next month we’ll be completing a chevron looking block in fall colors, that’s going to be a fun one too!

There was much to talk about regarding our Quilts For Today and Tomorrow exhibit coming in February 2023 at the Belmar Arts Council. Everything is moving ahead and coming along quite nicely. Lucky for us that Virginia took the lead on all of the designing and printing of pamphlets and raffle tickets and our hostess, Julia is getting all the technical stuff organized. Thank you ladies June and I were able to participate in the intake of the BACs new show opening this Saturday night. It gave us the chance to see the inner workings and answered a ton of questions for us.

We had a fabulous program about machine feet. June, our foot specialist talked about some unusual machine feet. Isn’t it just the best when you learn something new. More than one of us was going home to make samples of different stitches using different feet. This will be a regular feature in our meeting now.

Something else that’s been happening regularly is guests. We’ve been having guests at almost every meeting lately and a majority of them end up joining! Last night we had two local ladies join us!

And now for your viewing pleasure, a little show and tell

Mary Ellen just continues to wow us with these art quilts of hers!
Linda got a jump start on her holiday sewing making three Christmas quilts for her kids.
Elizabeth took one of her UFOs and completed it and it looks beautiful.
Sherre finished her quilt that was Old Spool’s Shop Hop kit, before the Shop Hop was over. No surprise there!

Also from Sherre, she used this photo from her daughters room to create the quilt above. Nice work!

Brandy is on a roll, look at this huge quilt she finished!!
Also Brandy, she channeled her inner Sherre and already finished her Block Lotto win. Tremendous!!
Julia had a costumer come into the shop looking to sell this absolutely stunning, vintage variation of a double wedding ring quilt. She’s busy researching and trying to determine the age because there is no label on it. PSA This is the reason it is so important to label your work!!
MaryJane finished this little beauty and decided to hand embroider that center block to tie in the colors of the quilt. looks beautiful!

MaryJane also brought in this mini to show and so that we could see her method for hanging minis. Thank you.

June has a finished top from a retreat she went to recently in Pennsylvania. It’s so pretty.
And least but certainly not least our Ocean Waves quilt I’m finished and bound and ready to be photographed for entry in the MQG challenger. This quilt will be raffled off coinciding with our Exhibit at the Belmar arts Council, in an effort to raise funds for our continued work in the community

Members were also reminded that MQG Mini Swap is still open for sign ups if you’re interested. June talked a little about the process and showed us the quilt she received in the last swap.

Happy sewing!