The Independence Hall Quilter’s Guild meets on Monday mornings. Our meetings are normally great, however last weeks meeting was particularly outstanding. And unlike Vegas, we are happy to talk about it.
Our very own Katie Arndt celebrated her 97th birthday with us, and graciously spoke about the wisdom she gathered over the years. Katie is one of our guild’s ‘founding quilter’ and worked on the bicentennial quilt which was IHQ’s first project.
Happy 97th Birthday Katie!
Katie’s humor keeps us in stitches. (Stitches, get it?)
But wait, there’s more!
Roxanne Borean, producer and director of this year’s Quilt Camp skit, arranged a special encore performance for those of us who did not make it to camp.
The actors seemed to have the most fun of all!
The story took a backseat to the way it was presented. Being a visual skit, the “troop” used props, signs, sewing notions, and miscellaneous junk to convey the story that Roxanne narrated.
A Dark Cloud Looms
All eyes on center stage
We laughed hysterically when the “dark cloud” loomed, and when Diane Mitchell and Margaret Zavertnik showed the passing of time. Watching them trying to keep a straight face was an entire giggle of its own. When the skit was over, Carolyn Rector and Eileen Roberson closed the curtains.
The Curtains Close. (The End)
You may have noticed in the background the beautiful quilts, wall hangings, table runners and pillowcases hanging on the walls. When a member finishes a comfort quilt, or personal project, it gets hung on the wall for a day to be admired before it goes out to brighten someone else’s day. It’s hard to let them go sometimes – but, it’s what we do.
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