Comfort Quilt Project

Art Exibit at NECC

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Hello all, At our last meeting there was an art fundraiser going on in the next room.  It was for an organization called “Believe Anything and Everything is Possible”.  This organization is dedicated to individuals going through cancer treatments.  I have talked to Priscilla Westaway the founder and she would love to have us make quilts for her cause.  Our quilts will be given to cancer patients for comfort during treatment.  Lap size quilts will work well for this project.   We had a total of 76 quilts given to our two organizations last year.  What an awesome group of quilters we are.  More information about this group can be found at www.believeanything.org.  I will have an information sheet available at our next meeting.

Mary Wilkes

A Thank You from Liberty House

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We received a note of thanks from Liberty House. Click here to read it in its entirety.

Comfort Quits

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The comfort quilts will be presented to our groups, Community Crossroads and Liberty House, at this month’s meeting. I will be accepting quilts at that meeting.

Thank you,

Mary Wilkes

Comfort Quilt Help Needed

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A group of Georgetown quilters who make lap robes and wall hanging for Georgetown Veterans received a donation of 12-15 bed sized quilt tops. We are hoping Guild longarmers and machine quilters might take on quilting a top as part of our donation to Liberty House in Manchester, NH

If you are willing or want more information, please contact Judy Naylor at judy.naylor@gmail.com or 978.352.2210.

Thanks in advance for your help with this project.

A Thank You and A Request for pictures

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Hello all!  I hope everyone enjoyed the last meeting.  It was very hectic for me.  We had some technical difficulties that needed to be worked out.  One issue was, my camera did not have a battery in it.  Therefore, I do not have any pictures of the changing of the board, thanking Ann for her service, naming of Quilter of the Year and Show and Tell.  I would like to post some pictures to our Facebook page.  So, if you have pictures would you share them with me?  Please send them to me by email at liz@swanquilting.com.  Or, if you prefer, and you use Dropbox, share your folder with me.  I would appreciate any and all pictures I can get.

I would like to say a public thank you to all who made this a memorable time for me.  Thank you, Ann Hockmeyer for being a great President and for the pin, bell and beautiful flowers.  Thank you, Nancy Dempsey, for naming me Quilter of the Year.  I was very surprised and humbled by it.  And the orchid is beautiful!  I really love it.  Thanks to Ann Hockmeyer, Betty Hastings and Marianne Karp for their hand in it.

Thank you to all members for electing me as President.  I look forward to your help and support in the coming year.  Thank you to the new Executive Board for stepping up.  I look forward to working with you.  Thank you to the 73 members who made quilts for Kulea.  I am truly overwhelmed by your generosity.  Finally, thank you to the Raffle Quilt committee for a beautiful quilt that, I hope, will make lots of money for the guild.  Can wait to quilt it!

Lots to be thankful for!  Enjoy your summer.  See you in September!

Liz Swan

Kulea Childcare Villages Comfort Quilts

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Thank you to everyone who is making a quilt for the Kulea Childcare Villages charity.  I have one more spot available for a member who is making a twin-size quilt to have it quilted by me for $20.00.  Click here for more information. If you are interested please contact me, Liz Swan, at http://www.swanquilting.com or email at liz@swanquilting.com.

 

Liz

Fabric for Charity Quilts

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Fabric has generously been donated for use in our charity quilts. I will be cutting it into 1/2 yard pieces and it will be at the Charity table at the January meeting. Anyone interested is welcome to take some for use in their charity quilt.

Is there anyone that is interested in getting together to work on charity quilts?  If so please let me know.

Sue Molin