Tuesday, June 13, 2017

May guild meeting

President’s Message: 
Hi everyone!  I’m sorry I’m not going to be at quilt guild meeting this month, but I have a family reunion in Manti. I look forward to seeing what every buddy is working on next month. Don’t forget Patsy will be doing our sew in and will be teaching some fun machine quilting techniques and ideas for you to pass onto your quilter.  Bring your paper and pencil to get some fun design ideas. Also bring your show and tell and your progress on your Kim Diehl quilt in addition to your post cards for Patsy. I can’t wait to see you all next month! Thanks to Viv and Sheri for helping out while I’m away. Have fun !!   XOXO, See you Thursday... Smooches Ruth
Happy Quilting

Michelle Stay has the June OTT light

UFO due for April Meeting is? #9

Kim Diehl Project:  We will be making the quilt called “Farmgirl Finery” from the Simple Appeal book. Everyone who participates has to have their own book. Contact – Michelle Stay if you have any questions.

Fabric Post Cards: You are to fill out the back like a post card and explain what the front is for/about.  We are going to be exchanging these every month.
 Any questions contact Patsy Shelton
June Fabric Post card theme:  “June Bug”

Butterfly appliqué:  Challenge due (our August Guild meeting) Summer Picnic in August.  It can be anything you want (quilt, wall hanging etc) finished or unfinished. Prizes will be awarded.

June 2017 Sew-In Information:
Bring your own paper and pencil. Patsy will be showing us different techniques to learn machine quilting on your domestic machine, and find ideas for your long arm quilter.  A great opportunity to learn from a talented friend and enjoy some down time with amazing friends. Come join us at 10 a.m.

August Birthday Party: Is being held at Chancellor Gardens: Please bring 3 to share at the trunk show set up is at 11 eat at 11:30 August 17th Map and driving instructions will be included in Next month’s newsletter along with more information.  

Let the show and tell, begin, Enjoy the show: 

Free Quilting Clip Art | Rene Creates: Happy National Quilting Day!!!
A beautiful Hawaiian applique blcok

A touch of  Halloween, beautiful job done. 

Friends enjoying some down time and relaxing before guild meeting started. 
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Diane job well done. 

Check out the detail on this fun Halloween Table topper by Sue Tubbs

flowers are all a bloom on this lovely piece

love the piece work and the red center

A quilt is one block at a time even if it takes a few years to complete. 

Friends helping friends. 

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A lovely wedding quilt from Grandma, The Cinderella colors are the best.

Karen gave us a mini show and tell. 

Karen is on a roll and it is fun to see her beautiful work. 

One block at a time, one month at at Time Karen did a nice job on all of it. 

Sue Hales did an amazing job on this mystery quilt.

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Ruth showing us the project she will be teaching at annual meeting. Are you signed up?

Tye Dyed what an amazing work of art. 

Ruth didn't stop at just dying the quilt backs she did her own jacket. 

What a work of art. Thank you for sharing.
Image result for Free Quilting Clip ArtThank for stopping by and visiting. See you next month.

Monday, May 15, 2017

April guild meeting

President’s Message: 
Be ready to bring in your UFO’s and “egg”stravagant post cards to trade! And of course we have to bring in our finished inside stars for “Let’s make a Diehl”…  Vivian is going to have us making fidget quilts. If you have anything that you want to bring as well, I’m sure she’d appreciate it. Well, back to work quilting! I hope to see you all at Quilt Guild!!! 

Happy Quilting , Ruth Davis 

Related imageClara Anderson has the April OTT light
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UFO due for April Meeting is? #3 

April Fabric Post card theme:  “Egg”stravagant

FIDGET QUILTS  (Community Service Project) – Fidget quilts (lap quilt) for Alzheimer’s patients, they are given to the elderly people with Alzheimer’s so they can keep their hands busy. It helps to calm them.  Donations of textured fabric (satin, velvet, minky, corduroy, denim, and some colorful cotton) We are in need of backs and suggest using fleece or minky 18 ½ x 21 ½ inches.  Preferred batting warm and natural 18 ½ x 21 ½ inches. Zippers, large buttons, closures, and pocket, Thank you for your support. Kits are available, and donations still needed. Please make blocks 7 ½ x 9 ½ inches

With Easter around the corner, my little buddy asked Grandma to make her a dress. So I learned how to smock and did the top, This darling dress is hemmed with a crochet binding from sew n save and is fully lined.  She loved her dress. What a princess. 

Fidget quilts on show, didn't the guild members to a great job! Thank you goes out to Vivian for heading this project up. 

One block at at time to get this quilt done. Sue did a fantastic job. 
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Everyone is here and having a fun time visiting and sharing 

Michelle showing us our next step in the Kim Diehl project 

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 Fabric Post Cards: Which one is your favorite?

Emily show casing her newest creations 

month by month, this a quilt was taken apart and reassembled and washed good. What a breath taking job:! 

This quilt tells a tale of  this family. What a beautiful job well done, 

The hand work is amazing ! 

Blocks with in a block 

stack and wak  

Crochet blanket for my little buddy. 

Easter is is all over the house, and this quilt laid on my bed.

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I couldn't resist sharing with you my little buddy who sews along side me. We have fun and she loves using her own sewing machine to do her sewing, It works almost as good as grandma's it just stamps the  fabric instead of sewing it together, 

Have a fantastic day.