What a great January meeting! We heard and saw the journey’s of three great members. Mary Ginn, Helen Gosselin and Carol Robinson. So very different in the journey’s they have had but yet all with the love of quilting and some great samples for us to see and enjoy. Many members comment that journey’s is one of their favorite meetings when we have it. Thanks again ladies for taking the time to lug all your samples for us to see and enjoy.
Quilt Show Entry Form now Online.
Copies will be available at the FEBRUARY and MARCH meetings. Deadline is March 21st.
Please enter ANY quilt you think might be finished- it is easier to delete an entry than to add one.
Judging Application Form is now online.
Copies will be at February and March meetings
Please consider having your quilt judged- the evaluation form is quite simple:
Two comment areas-
“Best Features of this Quilt are” and “Areas that most need improvement”.
It is intended to improve your quilt making skills- not to be critical. This can be a great learning tool.
Right now we are asking for ONE quilt per person to be judged. We can have up to 60 quilts- we hope to do that in the first round of applicants.
Mary Ginn and Pat Lucey
The Quilt Show entry forms will be available online in February.
It is being revised to allow for entering a quilt to be judged.
Forms will be going directly to Roselie Berard.
NEEDED: people willing to help the judge as she marks each quilt- runners and scribes.
Thanks, Pat Lucey and Mary Ginn
Sewing at the Kelley Library tonight, January 18, is cancelled due to weather. See you at the Guild meeting on Thursday.
Just a reminder that there is no meeting in November. Our Holiday Party is scheduled for December 2nd.
Please bring a stuffed animal donation.
Dress in your Holiday Garb!
Bring a main dish, salad or dessert with a serving utensil for the Potluck dinner.
You will also need to bring your own plate and silverware.
The newsletter will be available before Thanksgiving!
I have been involved in 4H for over thirty years and each year have the privilege of giving a trophy to the best quilter. This year, the quilt was spectacular and I wanted to share a picture of what a teenager can produce!