Everyone Is Welcome
No Challenge Is Required
Meetings Include:
Show 'N Tell
Being Supportive of Each Other

(See the chart at the bottom of the page for the upcoming year)

Sunday, April 12, 2015


Next Meeting:  April 22,2015 at Jeri's Bring batting ideas.
Library Quilt Show May 9, 2015 Speaker at 2p.m. at the library
(Deadline May 8, no later than 3p.m.)  Click HERE for details
Mystery Quilt information is available on blog.  If you want to bring fabric choices and/or first blocks to next meeting.  The Next Mystery will be presented at our May meeting.

Show and Tell

Chiska forgot to bring them, but she made Pi Day of the Century Shirts (mathematical PI) for her family.

Sweetie Pi, Mud Pi, and Super Pi

Sue had a fun show and tell for us with this wood sewing table she got at a garage sale the fits her Featherweight perfectly.  She was also wearing this gorgeous scarf that she made.  She even spun the wool.

Carol brought two fun projects that she made at a craft night at My Favorite Things

It was only $10 each project and you got to use their supplies (paint etc).

Kathy made a robe for her son-in-law

with a cell phone pocket

Here she is modeling it.

Sue brought this cute wall hanging her daughter made her.

Isn't the quilting fun?

Then Sue used this to show us some binding techniques. 
 Go here to see the technique she shared with us.

It makes perfect mitered corners and reduces the bulk where it's joined. 

She brought a second handout, if you're interested in it let me know and I'll e-mail it to you.

Just a quick blog note, I'm still learning how to do this.  I think I've set things up so you'll be e-mailed each time a new post is posted.  In order to have a page with posts on it I have to post it on the main page.  What that means is the Mystery Quilt will have it's posts on the main page, but they will be sort of indexed in the tab at the top of the page.  Hopefully that makes sense.

One other Mystery Quilt note, I misplaced the border fabric requirements so I will post those as soon as I track them down.  Thanks so much for your patience with this!

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