Modern Sunbonnet Sue's Musings

Musings from the mind of a modern day Sue:
Groovy Girls

Our local quilt shop is hosting the Groovy Girls Club again this year. What fun it was last year socializing with other quilters, receiving the pattern extras and making such neat projects. Terry Atkinson, of Atkinson Designs, has a talent for making projects so simple, yet professional looking. I expect this year's club to be no different from last year, and am amazed how she is able to continue coming up with such groovy ideas for projects. This month features an e-Reader cover and the extras offer so many more options. Can't tell you about those, because they are exclusive to Groovy Girls Club members.

If you don't know about Groovy Girls, check with your local quilt shop. See if they carry Atkinson Designs patterns. Then, ask if they'll consider having a Groovy Girls Club. My two sisters and I are attending at Common Threads quilt shop. Then, we take turns purchasing the patterns and share them amongst ourselves when we have my Sisters in Stitches sewing days. We know what projects we'll be working on next time - Groovy Girls projects to bring back to show & tell.


Published Sat, Oct 1 2011 5:49 PM by Pamela


# re: Groovy Girls@ Sunday, October 2, 2011 5:43 AM

Just joined Groovy Girls at my local club. First meeting was yesterday and it featured the e-reader cover and book discussion.