Before I get to some of the people I met in Cincinnati, let me mention the lovely ladies I traveled with - Brenda of Pink Castle Fabrics and justabitfrayed, Anna of woollykat and Ashley of SassafrasGirl.  They were great traveling companions and didn't even complain...

There is so much to tell about our fantastic trip to Cincinnati, I think I'm going to have to break it down into three posts.  First, the quilts; second, the people; third, the fabric. We were so excited to see the Cincinnati Modern Quilt Guild's exhibit...

Even before we finished our Robert Kaufman No Prints Allowed challenge, Free Spirit offered modern quilt guilds an opportunity to get free Jay McCarroll Habitat fabric.  Being in the midst of the RK challenge, we weren't quite ready for another one at the Ann Arbor...

At our last Ann Arbor Modern Quilt Guild meeting we had a mug rug swap.  We had so much fun!  It was organized the way many families do holiday gift exchanges.  All the mug rugs were wrapped.  We each picked a number.  Number one picked...

I've been working on a few small projects lately.  At our last Brighton Modern Quilters meeting we all agreed to make nametags for ourselves for future meetings.  I decided to make my nametag about 4" wide and 2 1/2" high and that I wanted to...