Virtual Meetup Details

Extreme Log Cabin = Spiral - Karin Lusnak

The technique I use to create spirals, a favorite motif in my quilts, evolved from experiments with Log Cabin blocks.  Along with the many examples of spirals in nature such as seashells, air currents and the double helix of DNA, there are connotations of growth and natural progression that are usually delightful associations when I view my work.

Every month:  In addition to our presentation, we’ll see what’s new with Inspired By, Lone Robin, Postcard Exchange, and a Show and Tell of any pieces you have created and would like to share.

Two ways to share your work during Meetup

  • Send images at least 3 days before the meeting to with your full name and any of the following: title, dimensions, inspirations, postcard partner names.
  • Hold your item(s) up to the camera during the meeting.

Members: You can share your work anytime on the EBHQ website by uploading a photo to the appropriate Member Album.

Lone Robin Member Gallery

Inspired by Member Gallery

To join in our fabric postcard swap:

Select “Yes” to the Postcard Exchange when you register for MeetupMail your homemade fabric postcard within two weeks of receiving your partner’s name and address, then look forward to receiving one in the mail! If you are not attending Meetup but want to participate, email your name and address to For examples and a tutorial on fabric postcards see Susan Dague’s webpage

Meetup Hosts

Valerie, Claire, and Fredda

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Postcard Exchange

Sample postcards by Nancy Wiilliams, Michelle Radcliffe, Michelle Leveler, Ellen Switkes, Nancy Cayton and Claire Sherman

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