She loves quilting, embroidery and Pojagi, a quilting technique that she learned while living in South Korea, with her family. Pojagi is a traditional Korean art form that uses translucent fabrics and reversible patchwork
Her work has been published in Canadian Quilter magazine, as well as Quilters World, and Stitch magazines.
Boutique Sew Days
Tammy led the group on our May Boutique Sew Day
Everyone enjoyed making these simple iPad tablet pouches, and the bonus item
– a cell phone stand.
All of the items we have made also make wonderful gift items too!
I wonder what the next project will be?
Please check and see if you have any outstanding books, magazines, etc. from our guild library.
If you find any, please contact Laura or Paula, using the guild email address –
We have been holding a boutique workshop each month, to learn how to make various items for our next quilt show. Members are volunteering to lead the group, so we can learn from their experience in making the items.
EASY ZIPPERED ELECTRONIC POUCH
(tablet or computer)
FREE WORKSHOP- FOR GUILD MEMBERS
SATURDAY – MAY 15 – 0900
Join Tammy Bentley for these sew easy projects!
There is a small project list, with instructions that can be adjusted to your technology.
Please contact Tammy for your fabric requirements list, and to receive your
Our guest this month is Darcy Hunter, from New Brunswick.
She will talk about her passion for art quilts and fibre art. She can be found on Facebook, and has an Etsy shop, with patterns, kits, and some supplies
Zoom Sew Day
April Boutique Sew Day
We had 17 members participating in our Boutique sew day. Mary Lou helped guide the group making double zipper pouches. We learned a new way to install a zipper, and everyone completed their pouch in record time! I’m sure that there will be many more made in the future!