Author Archives: B. Taylor

February 2019: Quilts from the Mill

Judi Bastion presents For our February meeting, we welcomed Judi Bastion who shared pieces from Quilts from the Mill – her fourth series. She described a series as a set of quilts with something in common – a series could be based … Continue reading

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A birthday tea party

What a fun time we had celebrating with Frances for her birthday. We threw a tea party that was enjoyed by all. Lisa had “fun” washing all the teacups in her collection and dusting the surfaces where they usually reside, … Continue reading

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January 2019: Getting organized

Our first meeting of 2019 was a time to get organized – mainly to hear from and selected nonprofits we will sew for this year and also to hear from committee chairs so members could volunteer to join one or … Continue reading

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Holiday party 2018

The fun begins with food After a mega snowstorm delayed our party (and everything else) for a week, we gathered on December 18th to celebrate the holidays and another successful year as a guild. It turns out we are creative … Continue reading

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Elon craft fair 2018

We had a great day hanging out at Elon Community Church’s Secondhand Santa and Craft Fair. We had good sales of our boutique items, and raffle ticket sales were steady as well. Thanks to all our members for their contributions of … Continue reading

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Nov 2018: Prepping for the longarmer

Prepping your quilt and backing for longarm quilting For tonight’s program, we welcomed member Gail Von Hoene of Stitch Meisters who shared tips on how to prepare a quilt top and backing for longarm quilting. Topics included the pros and … Continue reading

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Sewing at Alamance House Nov 2018

Terri-Lynne, Ann, Barbara, Ilona, and Kathy turned out on the first Tuesday of November to join in the sewing fun with residents of Alamance House. Three residents were eager to sew, and Terri-Lynne had come up with a project that involved … Continue reading

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