Condolences to the Molin Family

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Sue Molin’s mother, Gladys Andrew, passed away yesterday 11/26 in due to complications of Alzheimers’ disease.   Obituary notice will appear in newspapers serving Hampton Falls, Portsmouth, NH and Topsfield, MA area.   A family memorial will be held in January.

Our sincerest condolences to the Molin and Andrew family.

Congratulations to MVQ Exhibitors at “A Quilters Gathering”

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MVQ was well represented at the Quilters Gathering last weekend in Nashua!

Ildi Tary won a red ribbon for hand quilting [second to Linda Roy!]- quite an accomplishment. Her “New Beginnings” quilt was awarded the Jeannie Glenfield Memorial Ribbon.

Deb Kelso, Jeannie Robertson, Janet Lee Santeusanio , Cathy Harnisch, Janice Jones, Maggie Judd and Mary Ginn ,all made this year’s show a sight to behold with their  entries.

And, of course, our special invitational exhibit “Seven Sisters or Sew” . Sixteen small quilts were shown as an example of our “Creative Collectivity!”  This exhibit was first shown at the MVQ Quilt Show in April of 2011.  The Gathering planners saw it and thus the invitation!  We are proud to be a part of MVQ!

No November meeting

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MVQ does not have a meeting in November. December 1st [note change of date from the usual 3rd Thursday] will be our Holiday potluck.

The November/December newsletter will be published the week of November 14th.

Boxford Apple Festival

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This Saturday, September 17th.

Time; 10 to 3

Where: East Boxford Village

Needed : people to sit with Raffle Quilt

Talk to Marylou Kilcoyne or Pat Lucey

Sign up at meeting

September Newsletter now online

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The September Newsletter has been posted under “Newsletters”

Happenings at The New England Quilt Museum

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Happenings at The New England Quilt Museum
18 Shattuck Street
Lowell, MA 01852
Phone 978-452-4207

Quilter of the Year 2010 – 2011

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This year’s Quilter of the Year is a woman who has been a member for about ten plus years.

She has served the guild in many capacities in a very quiet gentle way.  She has taught classes over the years at a local quilt shop in her area, she has shared her journey with us, she has been the guild treasurer and she has won ribbons for her quilting at many of our guilt shows.  She co-chaired this year’s quilt show and our winner is Mary Ginn.