I have joined the Salt Lake Modern Quilt Guild and I went Thursday night to my 2nd meeting I am still pretty nervous to go, as every one other then me is female (yes women can be scary). I took my blue and yellow batik and showed it off along with my soldier's star and my not yet completed gray batik. But that is not what I want to talk about. The first meeting I went too there was a lady that was also new and she shared a quilt that she was working on that was built in sections (and quilted in sections) and then completed by sewing those sections together. It generated a lot of questions from others (and me also as a queen size quilt could be difficult to sew on a small machine. She brought the completed quilt and showed it off (it was a wonderful quilt with chickens on it) for her son, but she also brought a sample of how to do the quilt. Above is one half of the sample and below is the back.
Its not a great picture but you can see that flap (the green cloth in middle), you put the 2 parts of the quilt together and sew on the strip above then on the bottom sew one half and the put flap over and sew it down. I tried finding the name of this technique on the web, but could not find something like it. Any way I am looking for more info on this, if any one has some links they could share let me know.
Also the last 3 days (Thursday and Friday and over night/Saturday morning) I spent at Camp Tracy with my 11 year old scouts. So here is a rare picture of me doing my scouting at camp. 100 pictures taken and only 2 of me sadly oh well.