Who are the quilt police and how not to be one? @ the March 11th meeting

Do you think sometimes there's a quilting police person watching your every quilty move?

Do you need some encouragement break-free from the "rules of quilting?"

Are there really any rules anyway?

If you ever used colours that aren't supposed to go together or changed a pattern to make it work better for you or maybe you just didn't know what you were doing and did it anyways- we want to hear your stories at our March meeting.

March's program is "Break the Rules" please bring in any quilty project you have done where you supposedly "broke" the rules. Bring it your quilt creations and share your stories with us!

We want to see it, let's see how creative we all are. This will be a fun night, not quilting police!!!

Also, we will be voting on the CQA member challenge (the green fabric challenge). Members will vote on which quilt we want to have represent our guild, it does not have to be modern to represent us.


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