Right now, my quilt guild is putting on its annual quilt show. Here are a few (okay, a lot of) photos from when I went today.
We are very fortunate to be able to hold it at the local art academy, The Honolulu Academy of Arts. We hold it for about 10 days each year.
In the past, there has been a featured artist that shows their work in the lobby. This year, the committee decided to feature our community service projects.
Na Lima Aloha (The Hands of Love) makes quilts for various groups around the island of Oahu.
The smaller quilts are some of the quilts we donated to the tsunami refugees.
Wounded Warrior quilts – quilts given to the Marine Base Kaneohe for those wounded in service.
Home of the Brave quilts (top). These quilts are given to family members of deceased service members from Hawaii.
Operation Kid Comfort (bottom). These photo quilts are given to children of deployed service members.
That what was on the wall of the lobby. To the right, was the reception area where you can buy calendars, pins, and fabric postcards).
That is Connie sitting at the reception table with this year’s opportunity quilt behind her.