November 18, 2014 Meeting Minutes
The meeting was called to order by President Joy Ivy.
Roll was called, there were 25 members present.
Minutes were read by Vickie Mazurek, Shelia Smith read the treasurer report.
Sunshine Report: Mildred broke her wrist at the Hamilton Holiday Market, Donna Hector’s husband passed away. Donna is part of the night quilt guild.
Wee Care: Ruby reported 7 quilts/blankets to take to the hospital.
CPS Bags: No report.
Old Business: Lana Webb reported that $104.00 was made selling tickets on the donation quilt at the Hamilton Holiday Market. Nancy Tubb and Norma Bessent are taking the quilt to the Goldthwaite Arts and Crafts Festival November 29th.
New Business: Discussion about separating the donation quilt from the quilt show. Doniene Fullager made a motion to discuss it at a later date, LaTrelle Locks second the motion.
Robin Moody presented the “Magazine Challenge”. Numbers were drawn, the picture on that page number in your magazine is the inspiration for a project you will bring back in February.
Christmas party was discussed. We will start at 10:30. Things to bring are a covered dish, Robin will bring the meat. Also bring 3 fat quarters for the dice game and a gift for Chinese gift game..$10-15
Show & Tell: Doris Rice showed a quilt she made from her block in the Quiltmakers Magazine and a travel bag.
Doniene Fullagaer showed her “Star of Wonder” Christmas quilt made of homespun plaids.
Patsy Oherlien showed a Spiderweb quilt that belonged her grandmother and told a funny story about “the cigarette burns” in it. She also showed a cowl collar.
Sherri Marshall showed an autumn table runner and a graduation quilt she made.
Elaine Anderson showed the Card Tricks quilt she made from the BOM blocks she won last month.
Millie Shwab demonstrated different ways to make the disappearing block.
The “Brown Bag Projects” were revealed.
Winners : Penny Auction winners were, Jeanie, Doris and Robin. Door Prize winners were, Wanda and Ruby. Fat Quarter winner was, Doris.
Respectfully submitted by, Vickie Mazurek, Secretary.