Our guild has many activities available for members to enjoy and/or participate in, including
Block of the Month
This year we’re doing “classic” Block of the Month. Each month for $2 you will get a focal fabric and instructions to complete a block. You take it home add your own fabrics to complete it and bring it back to the next meeting. Your name will go into the bag and the name drawn will will all of the returned blocks plus extra fabric to complete the quilt. Each month will be a different pattern and fabric to purchase for $2 for a whole new quilt. This is a very easy way to win a brand new UFO!! If you have any questions contact Barbara Baker.
The Challenge this year is to make a Monochromatic Quilt.Participants drew a bag in which a color chart for a specific color was contained. The challenge was to make a quilt using ONLY those colors. No trading colors; use only the colors on the color card – no additional colors may be used. Fabrics may contain white or black if the predominant color i from the card. No more than 5% white or black.Projects can be any item no larger than a twin size quilt.Projects will be displayed and voted on at the October 1 meeting.
Valerie Price, Rhonda Myers, Margo Wilson
All members are invited to meet and socialize at our “coffee klatches,” at the La Bou Restaurant, 6801 Five Star Blvd, Rocklin, CA, every Tuesday from 8-9:30 am. Come for all or part of the time.
We now have a ‘Free Stuff’ area for quilt-related items that you no longer want, such as patterns, orphan blocks, fabrics, etc. Just bring your items to the meeting and put them in the ‘Free Stuff’ area. During the meeting someone might look at your donation and see a treasure. Please check after break to see if your donation was taken . If not, please take it home; you can always bring it back next month. Any free stuff left after the meeting will be discarded.
Kathy Black, Anna Morillas, Billie Sanderson
Get ‘Er Done (GED)
Do you have unfinished projects needing your attention? Want some motivation for finishing one or more of them? Participate in GED: We take sign-ups in specified months; sign up with $2 and a list of 10 unfinished projects in no particular order. We’ll draw a number and you are tasked with finishing that number project on your list and bringing it back in 2 months. You can join any time. For questions or more information, contact Bev Rognlein.
The Guild maintains a library of quilting books for members’ use. Guild members can check out up to three books a month, which are due back at the following guild meeting.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
Sew and Sew Raffle
At each meeting, the Sew and Sew Raffle committee presents fabric, books, patterns, and other quilt-related treasures for which members and guests can purchase tickets. For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org/
What’s our favorite activity? Quilting. What’s our second favorite activity? Snacking. At every meeting, we ask certain members to bring finger-food snacks for guild members to enjoy. They need to be brought to the kitchen by 6:15pm on the night of the meeting. Please be sure to sign in to let us know who brought what. Contact Bobbie Cornejo with any questions.
Snack Hostesses for June 2018:
- Rhonda Meyers
- Sandy Nelson
- Caroline Newton
- Claire Norton
- Judy Osa
- Karen Ostiguy
- Martha Overman
- Charlotte Owendyk
- Bobbie Paclik
- Jerry Paddeck
- Carrie Paddeck Cotton
- Janet Paehlig
- Patsy Pavan
- Bonnie Peach
- Diane Perry
- Janet Petre