Mary Huey joined us for the first meeting and she really did inspire me. I have been using fabric that has been sitting on my shelves for awhile and thinking of ways to rework some UFOs I may never finish.
As for sewing I did lots today. The weather cooled down quite a bit and I thought I need a scarf. I'm not sure how I ran across this blog the other day but I'm certainly glad I did. Sew homegrown from Japan has this great pattern for an infinity scarf made with just 2 fat quarters. I had fun putting this together and it went quite quickly.
That isn't a great photo but it really is a great scarf. I still need to do the hand quilting and remove the gray basting stitches. I can see making many of these as gifts.
Here's some photos I took during the first lecture for the guild. I was sitting in the very back of room at the workshop table. So these photos don't show lots of detail. I hope for the February meeting to move much closer to the stage during the lecture but we'll see how that works.