We had several demos at the TOGA also.
Margaret showed us how to make a simple chicken pin cushion only using 2 1/2 squares. My cats decided mine was the right size for a cat toy. Sigh.
Lisa demoed how to rewire a chain stitcher.
Kay showed us how to make a simple, no waste flying geese. I have not had a chance to make mine yet.
Sue demoed an exploding pineapple block. It took a few minutes for me to understand how to make it, but I think it will be a fun block. She said you have to have two fabrics that greatly contrast for it to look right. This would be a great red and white quilt!
This is my "oh, I get it now" look.
Here she is showing us how she finds her 1/4 inch block.
This is great seam guide she uses.
Sharon demoed binding on her machine (a Pfaff treadle).
This was a really cool hot bowl holder. I am going to make these for Christmas presents!
There were more demos, but I missed a couple. I can't wait to share a couple of others, but they get their own posts! I wanted to apologize again for the cell phone pics. I still have not found the camera charger.
I wanted to thank every one who took their time to teach us something new!