She entertained us with a slideshow about life up north, her teaching experiences, exploring the landscape, and how to pronounce Tuktoyaktuk.
The she showed us some crafts and needlework. Heather has picked up a beading habit, and has tried basket weaving with willow reeds.
There are lots of items made from seal fur.
Afterwards, we had show and tell.
Heather showed how she has six runners done at once on the longarm, quilted by Ridge Machine Quilting.
Fran did FIVE lap quilts, using up her stash.
Rose Marie kept busy with a baby quilt and pillowcases.
Ethel made a stack and whack quilt.
Debbie did a modern attic window and stairway quilt.
Linda also did pillowcases and some wall hanging s for her church.
Brenda embroidered some Christmas pillows.
Sandra did a Christmas bargello runner.
Debbie did some lap quilts as well as Christmas runners and wall hangings.
Diane di the MacDonald House wall hanging.
Toni made sleeping bags for her three lucky grandchildren.
Joyce did a winter runner and a rope basket.
The fabric for the rope basket was given to her by her 95 year old friend at Meals on Wheels.
Elaine is working on this gorgeous quilt, all designed by her. It just needs quilted.
And Elaine also had this quilt finally quilted. She started it back in the nineties!