Upcoming Guild Meeting – June 14, 2017

June 14 – Maxine Rosenthal

“One Block Wonders”

“One Block Wonders” – Maxine Rosenthal came to quilting via a path that included writing software and refinishing furniture. Fascinated by kaleidoscopes, she explores the patterns that develop when fabric is cut and re-joined to create new designs.  Her book is titled:  One-Block Wonders: One Fabric, One Shape, One-of-a-Kind Quilts.  If you have made a one block wonder quilt, make sure you bring it for Show & Tell.

Membership Renewal 2017-2018

Membership would like to thank everyone who has already submitted their renewal dues!

For those who are still planning to renew….renewals will not be accepted after the June 14 Guild Meeting.  Please print your renewal forms from the website (link below) since there are a limited number available at the Guild meeting. Renewals can be mailed in to the Guild PO Box or brought to the meeting. We are still looking to ensure 36 remaining members renew.  Remind your friends they need to have it in by the June meeting.

Debbi Fair and Lee Paylor.



Positions still needed for up coming Guild Year

Thanks so much to Dorcas Weist for agreeing to take on Fat Quarters for next year and to Gail Pickett for agreeing to take Soldiers’ Quilts.
I still need someone to head up Hospitality.  I have two people already who are willing to serve on the committee and room for more, but they do need a leader.  It will require providing refreshments/luncheon for the December and May meetings.  I do not anticipate any other events for next year.  I also need a volunteer to take on Events.  That would involve planning two sew-ins during the year outside of guild meetings.  Maybe a trip to Hershey if people are interested and any other outside things that might appeal to you or members.
Please consider taking one of these jobs for next year and give yourself a chance to meet new friends and enjoy the fun of the guild.  These are not board positions, they are much needed committee positions.  Thank you for considering them.
Pat Barton