October 2020 Meeting

The next meeting is on Sunday, October 25th!!!! In-person again!!!!!!!!!


We have both a Sew Day and Regular Meeting at Home Inn and Suites (253 Willis Crescent). Come and Go from 9 am to 8 pm. The meeting is from 2 to 4 pm. But see next paragraph for COVID-19 restrictions.

Please RSVP if you are attending to Sherry ( smbirnie@gmail.com) and let her know if you are coming to the sew day and/or the meeting. RSVP’s are mandatory. We have a limit of 12 to sew and 15 for the meeting. If you arrive without RSVPing and the 12 sew spots are taken, we will invite you back for the meeting in the afternoon. Also, we are saving the spots for current members and will only make spots available to others, if available. We won’t be having a potluck. And we hope everyone brings their masks and wears them as needed to respect social distancing rules. Please remember hand sanitizer though we are sure to have lots available.

Meeting Agenda (2:00 to 4:00):

  • Icebreaker
  • Education – Bev is going to lead an improv exercise demonstrating 3 possibilities: one with wedges, one with strip sets, and one with curves. Then you are most welcome to play with whatever technique you would like to try out and Bev will be pleased to help.
  • Show & Tell and Book, Blog, or Bolt – Show us what you’ve made and your works in progress. We all want to know what new and interesting things YOU know about.

We hope to see you there!

September 2020 Meeting Review

We followed the Covid-19 safety rules and had a fabulous sew day. Welcome to the new members who joined this Fall and shared their awesome projects and ideas! For the education topic at our 2:00 meeting, Darla Clinton taught us many features of Instagram, the preferred platform of MANY quilters. Thank-you so much to Darla for this lesson as this will help pass some of the very long winter that is approaching. Instagram is full of techniques, tutorials, tips and tricks, and even quilting bees and swaps. This was an interesting experience because we were finally in-person but our faces were buried in our phones to learn the app.

This post has gone up so quickly because Bev has given us the “Wedge Challenge”. Hopefully everyone will get sewing and showing. See some of the many samples she brought to inspire us below. So for our November 22nd meeting, make something with a wedge. Anything! Wedge away!! Bring it to our show-and-tell.