Thursday, October 19, 2017

October Block of the Month


This month's BOM was presented by Debra Agnew. 
Click  HERE for directions. You will be taken to Quilters Cache.com 
(Be sure to click on page 2 at the bottom of page 1 for the rest of the directions).


We are doing something new for the BOM program starting this October. A sampler quilt !
Each person who is signed up to present the BOM thus far, should choose a 12" block (12 1/2" unfinished) that they like...the only requirement is the size.
BOM presenters can be found  HERE.
Every guild member who makes the block will keep her own block. You can use what ever fabric line you want to....example - Christmas fabrics, batiks, blue, or scrappy, etc .....you choose.
At the end of the 12 month BOM , each person who participated will have her own sampler quilt and can finish it like you want to.
BUT HERE'S THE BEST PART !!
When you bring your block back to each guild meeting, (starting 
in November), you'll get one check by your name......

Don't worry a check by your name in this case is a good thing !
For every check you have at the end of the 12 month BOM program, we will double that !.... and your name will be put in a drawing to win a $150.00 gift certificate to a quilt shop (which is yet to be determined)
For instance if you bring your blocks 12 times during the year, you'll get your name in the drawing 24 times. If you only bring your block 10 times, you name will be in the drawing 20 times....etc.
We hope to get great participation doing the BOM ! 
This way everybody is a winner !















Tuesday, September 26, 2017

September 2017 Monthly Meeting

Deborah Agnew shows her "Welcome Fall" wall hanging.

Deborah Agnew- another cute wall hanging !
Deborah also showed this super cute halloween wall hanging that has 
pumpkins lights on it !.....she's sew ready for fall !
  Deborah shows this pretty machine embroidered table runner.
 Gladys showed a snowman table runner she's working on.
 Gladys Paul calls this quilt "Midnight Mischief"....cute !
 Gladys Paul- "Star of the North"
 Gladys Paul - made a quilters tote complete with lots of pockets 
and even a place to hold a cutting mat.
 Debra Lehman showed a quilt made for her granddaughter. 
Notice the cute fuzzy shoes (Jan)
Judy Northcutt shows a quilt that belonged to her mother. Judy's mom cut the Dutch Dolls out in the 1960's. Judy appliqued and completed the quilt for her granddaughter.
 Wanda Jackson showed a Christmas quilt she embroidered 
and Angela McCorkle quilted it for her. ...sew pretty ! 
 Vickie Mazurek shows 3 bed runners she made for the Hospice Care Unit in Abilene. 
This is the 1st one made from Pat Sloan fabrics.
 #2 strip quilt made by foundation piecing.
  #3 made from squash blossom blocks that Becky Martin won in the BOM drawing several months back. Becky gave them to Vickie because she REALLY liked the block !
Vickie made a fall and a Christmas wall hanging for her mother Helen,
 who resides in South Dakota.
Helen is 93 years young ! Awesome !
The September program was presented by Marijane Gilley.....How to make fabric pumpkins.
September prize drawings winners ! Beverly, Muriel, Biolanda, Gladys, Jan and Joy.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

August 2017 Monthly Meeting


 Show & Tell

 Millie Schwab: A finished row-by-row quilt. The patterns came from Vita Weehunt's shop.
 Jessica Reynolds: Double Wedding Ring quilt made for an upcoming wedding.
 Laynie Evans, Jan Cates granddaughter, made this pillow using a quilt as you go technique. She entered it in the district 4-H competition and won a second place ! Way to go girl !
 Gladys Paul made a "Sausage" pillow case and 
 a Christmas table runner.
 Vita Weehunt calls this quilt "Cascade" made from a Missouri Star quilt pattern.
 Joy Ivy was given this hand-pieced "Grandmother's Flower Garden" 
quilt top from a friends estate. 
 Karen Woodcox: Callie's Watermelon Quilt, made from left over first birthday decoration fabric. 
 Look at this quilt label Karen made for the watermelon quilt !
 Karen also made this wedding quilt for her daughter.
Mildred Turner shows a 1930's friendship quilt that was made for a lady from Bangs.
August Program  was presented by Jessica Reynolds on how to make blocks using 
Moda's "Cup Cake Recipe".
August prize winners: Judy, Laynie, Vickie, Connie and Biolanda.