Monday, February 25, 2013

QuiltCon - The Final Day

Well, QuiltCon officially wrapped up yesterday and it was one heck of a show.  Day four consisted of several lectures that were very interactive and talked a lot about the Modern Quilt Guild as a whole.

After checking out of our hotel, we went and saw Mary Fons talk about the future of quilting.  She was such an engaging, entertaining and passionate speaker.  I really enjoyed what she had to say.

This was followed by a lecture on color by Luana Rubin.

At this point, it was all MQG focused.  Alissa Height Carlton talked about all of the changes and events for the guild.

We then listened to two panel discussions on guilds, and the most interesting, various activities guilds can participate in.  I took a lot out of the last panel and came away with some great ideas for the Boston MQG.

It was then time to head to the airport, where our flight was delayed and I didn't end up getting back to my aunt's house until after 2am.  I'm all inspired to quilt after spending four days talking, seeing and hearing all about quilts.  

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