Tuesday, April 19, 2011

works of heart

Cherri stitching a quilt binding in her studio.

I was supposed to be somewhere else last week, but a change of plans found me at one of the quilting bees for Quilts for Quake Survivors at Cherri's "Sew On" studio in North Portland. It was a real pleasure meeting Cherri, and other members of the Portland Modern Quilt Guild; including Susan and Daniela who are leading this effort.

Rachel, wearing red, at the helm of the quilting machine, worked her magic on several quilts.

Paula brought her photography equipment to record the quilts...this one is mine.

A yummy quilt being photographed. Some of the quilts will be sold on etsy for Mercy Corps, and others will go directly to Japan.

Monica took a few shots of her blocks up on the design board. I've been following Monica's awesome (and funny!) blog for some time so it was a nice surprise to meet her in person at the quilting bee.

It was a productive couple of days at Cherri's studio, and a very good time.

4 comments:

Paula McNamee said...

Suzanne, your quilt looks beautiful. What a fun and worthwhile project.

Tory Brokenshire said...

It looks like you all had a great time and for such an important cause. Your quilt looks beautiful Suzanne.

Lisa said...

Love the colors of your quilt...my favs aqua and green.

Dayna Collins said...

Looks like it was a fun time! Amazing quilts.