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IT'S TIME TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP!
Download and send in your membership form (PDF) or get one at the meeting.

SPEAKER FOR THE
NEXT MEETING

April 21, 2015: General Meeting
Speaker: Cindy Needham "For the Love of Linens Truck Show"
Desc: Cindy is a Whole Cloth Quilter. She brings a lot of her quilts and tell stories about them.

April 22, 2015: Workshop
Title: Cindy Needham "Wholecloth Linen Quilts"
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Desc: This is a one of a kind workshop where you learn how to turn ordinary vintage linens into heirloom wholecloth quilts. Cindy will teach you all the tips and techniques including dealing with stains , holes, special basting techniques, designing wholecloth quilts, how to work with lace, crochet, etc. She brings oodles of quilts and samples for fondling and inspiration. She will also bring her stash of stencils for your use as you design your quilt. If you don't want to create a linen wholecloth quilt you are more than welcome to bring ordinary fabric to mark. Please bring a "sacrifice" linen for your first piece and bring other linens if you can to mark for future quilts.


VOLUNTEER
You are encouraged toparticipate in the guild in some manner. It not only helps the guild, but also gives you a chance to connect with other members.
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GOT IDEAS?
This is YOUR Guild and we’d like to know what your wish list is for it. Do you know about a great teacher or presenter you would love us to try to book for one of our Guild meetings or workshops? Is there a quilting/sewing/art technique you’ve been dying to learn more about? Do you have suggestions for making our guild programs and workshops better? We’d love to hear from you!