Games are for Everyone Quilt Blocks
Our own Anne Sullivan is passionate about everything she does, and that includes quilting and gaming. Next week, when thousands of game developers and game industry professionals descend on San Francisco for the Game Developer’s Conference (GDC), Anne will combine these passions by providing a stack of heart blocks for people to sign to show their support for the Games are for Everyone movement. Anne will collect the blocks after the show and turn them into a quilt (or quilts if there are enough blocks). They’ll be available for display as a show of group support and welcome to all gamers. You can read more about the Games are for Everyone movement on Anne’s Play-crafts post.
If you are interested in making hearts for an upcoming event, please let Anne know!
Our own Gabrielle Robles was one of three featured Quiltcon volunteers in today’s MQG newsletter!
I guess they were as impressed with her infectious smile and outgoing personality as we are. If you are not getting the MQG Newsletter and would like to, go to http://www.themodernquiltguild.com/, scroll down to the aqua box that says Sign up for the MQG Newsletter, and click Subscribe.
Laura Ryle, SBAMQG member, won the Judges’ Choice Award for her quilt “Improv in Orange,” which began its life in a Jacquie Gering workshop. Laura says that she likes the back as much as the front (we do, too).
Laura also displayed her Redwoods quilt. Can you see the sunlight shining down through the branches?
Several other SBAMQG members displayed their artistry at the PVQA show. Here is Renee Tallman with her two:
Karen Foster’s “Goats Askew” was also shown.
Other SBAMQG members with quilts in the show included Sharon Cooper and Carole Rossi.