Santa Rosa Quilt Guild March 1, 2012 Business Meeting Minutes Santa Rosa Quilt Guild Minutes of Business meeting on March 1, 2012 President Janice Juul called the Meeting to order at 10:00 a.m. She requested cell phones be turned off or to vibrate. Three guests were introduced. Minutes–Patricia Kearns, Recording Secretary Janice Juul advised that […]
Archive for March, 2012
Quilt show entries for WINE COUNTRY QUILT SHOW Hello fellow quilters!! The deadline date approaches, April 4th, for the Wine Country Quilt Show for quilt show entries. You have all been a bit slow this year. There are so few entries that it is scary (40)!!! Please don’t be afraid of the computerized entry process. […]
Dear SRQG Members, At our 3/23/12 Board meeting the board proposed a change to the by-laws to extend term limits for our elected officers from 2 years to 3 years. I have attached the amendment proposal which also includes an explanation for making the change as well as the voting procedure. The information will also […]
I encourage all members who haven’t yet picked up their tickets for the Opportunity Quilt to do so at the next meeting. The first meeting in April. This gives me time to go through them to make sure you have filled out all of your stubs. If you miss any I fill them out for […]
A very big CONGRATULATIONS to Nancy Parmelee as her Quilt has been accepted at Paducah!
To all SRQG members, The board has changed the date of the SRQG Tri-guild luncheon to make it available for all the guilds. The new date for the luncheon is Saturday, April 6, 2013. Please make a note of this date on your calendars. Thank you, Janice Juul
Here is a link for the pattern Super-Sized 9 Patch by Anita Grossman Solomon and Quilt Maker Magazine. The size of 34 1/2 x 40 1/2 will be just fine for our Community Quilts that go to the hospitals. Cut out 3 at a time and sew only 8 seams to completion. Super-Sized 9 Patch
A very cool link sent by Linda Gilbert. Thank you, Linda “Artist Simon Beck must really love the cold weather! Along the frozen lakes of Savoie, France, he spends days plodding through the snow in raquettes (snowshoes), creating these sensational patterns of snow art. Working for 5-9 hours a day, each final piece is typically […]
“Here is the link to the pattern for the scarf I had on at Thursday’s meeting: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/promenade-scarf Thanks for passing it along. Laura”
Hi SRQG Members, Marilyn Altenbach sent me this link. Since I just taught the TSW on “Circles” I thought you might want some ideas on how you can embellish them. http://www.visionsartmuseum.org/news.asp – Sharon ‘the Librarian’ Fry While the workshop is in San Diego, the photos are certainly worth viewing for lots of ideas.