Hello, friends! Chelsi and I visited with the Beach Cities Quilt Guild in Mission Viejo, California at the end of last week. We presented a trunk show on scrap quilts, enjoyed some yummy food and lovely rain. And we shared an all-day workshop with a full class of wonderful quilters. I’m sharing some quilts and project bags from the visit today. And I have a free PDF printable to share that will help keep track of your quilting and sewing.
Project Bags, Quilts + Weekly Quilting Goals
First, a little history: Chelsi and I visited the Beach Cities Quilt Guild in February 2022. We were thrilled to be able to visit again at the end of last week. This incredible group of quilters not only create beautiful work but also focus on the philanthropic aspect of gifting quilts to those in need. We were beyond grateful to receive an invitation to return this year. Last week we brought almost six suitcases full of scrap quilts to share with the group. And we shared thoughts about scraps and our scrap quilting ideas.
Last year’s workshop featured curved piecing and my Balboa quilt pattern. This year I was able to see several finished quilt tops from class (some are not pictured here). This was such a treat! And many of the same students were in class again this year for my Home Sweet Home Row Quilt class. In this year’s workshop I shared different techniques and rulers for the blocks in each row.
Free Weekly Quilting Goals Printable
Finally, I have a fun printable to share with you today. This PDF contains four categories including: Sewing, Organizing, Scrap Management, and Works in Progress. Add as many projects in each category as you’d like (up to 5). Then print off a new copy for following weeks to help keep you on track. Get the Weekly Quilting Goals PDF here or click on the button below.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Happy quilting!
Judy Ducrou says
love the show and tell photos Sherri and the pouches is there a pattern for these.
thank you Judy Ducrou
Kathy M says
Check the youube playlist for the Fat Quarter Shop. Sherri did a tutorial showing how to make a bag of this style.
Christine Huff says
IS THERE A PATTERN?
Where can we get the darling charms?
Kathy M says
Don’t know where these charms are from but, I have purchased 2 different sets from Amazon. They were good quality and are used for jewelry making. One contained charms in the shape of sewing items and the other are just random objects. I would guess they are also available from craft stores that jewelry making supplies.
The pouches are super in your fabrics. Thank you for sharing your quilt adventures, all the quilts are gorgeous!
Is there a pattern for the pouches?
leontine stark says
I happened on your u-tube broadcast and got hooked immediately. Your channel also gave me new enthusiasm for quilting and purchasing more fabric(which I don’t need). I love all your collections and now I am on the hunt for all of them.
Just thank you for the podcast & also your creativity. My next project is “Happy Spools” and can’t wait to get started.
Jan from TN says
I clicked the link in my emailed blog post for the Sewing Tasks PDF. That link brought me to this page but it has a link for Weekly Quilting Goals. I also tried doing a search but cannot find a PDF entitled Sewing Tasks. How do I find the PDF for Sewing Tasks? Thanks!
sherri McConnell says
The Weekly Quilting Goals PDF is the one for Weekly Sewing Tasks 🙂 Thanks!
Nancy Morneault says
Thank you for the organizing printable. I’m always looking for a better way to stay on track.
Unless I missed it, is there a pattern and if so, where do I find it?