Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Upcoming Meeting - June 2nd



The next meeting will be Sunday, June 2nd at 2:00pm.  The meeting will be at Seams Like Home.

Bring finished and in progress quilting projects for show and tell.  Be inspired to try a new technique or use a new fabric.

Current Challenge:
Create a quilt at least 36" x 45" with either green fabric or a pieced word. Or bump up the challenge and make a quilt with both green fabric and pieced words.  Challenge quilts are due in June.

Current Charity Quilt Block Projects:
1.  Create a scrappy log cabin block 18" finished.  Use scraps and make the block as wonky or not as you like.
2.  Using blocks painted by children, create a quilt top that will later be quilted to fleece.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Upcoming Meeting - May 19


The next meeting will be Sunday, May 19th at 2:00pm.  The meeting will be at Seams Like Home.

Bring finished and in progress quilting projects for show and tell.  Be inspired to try a new technique or use a new fabric.

Current Challenge:
Create a quilt at least 36" x 45" with either green fabric or a pieced word. Or bump up the challenge and make a quilt with both green fabric and pieced words.  Challenge quilts are due in June.

Current Charity Quilt Block Projects:
1.  Create a scrappy log cabin block 18" finished.  Use scraps and make the block as wonky or not as you like.
2.  Using blocks painted by children, create a quilt top that will later be quilted to fleece.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Upcoming Meeting - May 5


The next meeting will be Sunday, May 5th at 2:00pm.  The meeting will be at Seams Like Home.

Bring finished and in progress quilting projects for show and tell.  Be inspired to try a new technique or use a new fabric.

Current Challenge:
Create a quilt at least 36" x 45" with either green fabric or a pieced word. Or bump up the challenge and make a quilt with both green fabric and pieced words.  Challenge quilts are due in June.

Current Charity Quilt Block Project:
Create a scrappy log cabin block 18" finished.  Use scraps and make the block as wonky or not as you like.

We will also discuss an additional charity project using blocks created by children.