PARTICIPATION IS VOLUNTARY FOR ALL
***2021 BLOCK OF THE MONTH – APPLIQUE****
Jan Lesser is 2021 Chair
It is your choice of method for applique and you may but do not have to mirror the image when tracing. Also you may do them with the crayon method instead. Unlock your inner creativity when sewing these blocks. These are really darling blocks and great for a baby or child’s quilt or just for fun quilt for you. REMEMBER TO PRINT AS ACTUAL SIZE when printing from ADOBE.
Unfinished block size is 12 1/2 inches; finished block size is 12 inches; there are 12 blocks
There will be a new block for each month. You will receive an email each month with 2 months of blocks. You may contact Jan(874-9878) for any questions. Thank you Jan
***2021 GUILD CHALLENGE****
Kay Denison is 2021 Chair
The challenge is to make a miniature quilt that is 12″x12″ with a minimum of 25 pieces. At the July meeting the completed challenges will be revealed. Thank you for your participation.
Sue Caven is the 2021 Chair
UFOS/WIPs is defined as a project that has been started – with at least some fabric cut. Each January, everyone that wishes to participate fills out their WIPs list including the date the project was originally started & a brief description. One copy is given to the WIPs committee chairman & one is kept by the participate. During the year members bring their completed WIPs for Sew & Share. These will then be crossed off their list. These were started 2018 or earlier.
WIPS SIGN UP SHEET Select to view & print this Adobe PDF file
****2021 UGLY FABRIC CHALLENGE****
Sue Ellen Gary is 2021 Chair
In January participants are to bring 1 yard of “ugly” 100% cotton fabric in a brown paper sack. Turn your bag into Sue Ellen at the beginning of the meeting. At the end of the meeting, pick up an exchanged bag from Sue Ellen
The bags are numbered when received & each participant is given a bag. The completed project is returned in the numbered bag at the June Guild meeting. These creations are unveiled and returned to the original owner.
Complete a project using the “ugly” fabric as a primary/focus fabric on the right side or outside of your project. You may make anything you’d like. There are no limits to where your creativity can go.
At the June meeting, return your completed project in a brown paper bag to Sue Ellen at the beginning of the meeting. If you are not able to attend, please ensure someone returns your project for you. The reveal will be done during the meeting.
Please feel free to call Sue Ellen if you have questions. Thank you for your participation.