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May 2019: Carl Stevens presents

Social time We had quite a buzz of activity during our half hour of social time: Enjoying refreshments – many thanks to the hospitality committee. Browsing the information table – many thanks to Debbie for her huge efforts setting it … Continue reading

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April 2019: Busting UFOs

Social time We had lots of fun at our April meeting. MJ had “hidden” plastic Easter eggs throughout the room and members and guests were encouraged to collect them. Inside each egg was a candy treat and a number for … Continue reading

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March 2019: HissyFitz presents

Social time Prior to the start of the meeting, members and guests mingled and visited while also enjoying the following: Our new “member information” table – thanks to Debbie for setting it up and providing great supplies and printed materials … Continue reading

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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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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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Sept 2018 -Judging Quilt Shows

In the Eyes of the Judge At our September meeting, we welcomed Scott Murkin physician and Certified National Quilt Judge who shared his experiences as a quilt show judge. Philosophies of judges Scott noted there are different philosophies when it … Continue reading

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June 2018: Wool Applique

Fun with wool We started the meeting with Helen sharing her love of wool appliqué. She began by telling us what we needed and where to find it. Wool is the obvious first supply, and while it can be purchased, … Continue reading

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