Correction: For background:
Cut (1) 4.5 strip subcut into
(4) 4.5"  x 4.5" squares
(4) 3.5" x 3.5" sqaures


Please bring your completed block to the April meeting. Do not square it up,

we'll do it together.

Any questions? Contact Margo.


June: Foundation Paper Piecing with Linda Puhle



July: Save your Selvage Project

    with Zosia Koehler


August: Barn Quilt Painting

    with Sandy Davis


​September: Quilt Show at the

    Horse Center 


October: Quilt Retreat 


November: Organization: Tips and Tricks


December: Christmas Party, Quilt Challenge Reveal and Community Support Project.

Programs for 2024

 

    Materials for Improv Workshop


     Sewing Machine

     Neutral colored thread

     Seam Ripper                            

     Pins or Fabric Glue
     Cutting Mat and Rotary Cutter (rulers optional )
     12 to 24 fat eighths or fat quarters of solid fabric
          Even scraps of solids are fine 
          Fabric that “reads” as solid will also work
          A few scraps of prints will add some variety
     1 yard solid background fabric. Choose a color,

          avoid whites.

     If you don’t have a lot of solids the Quiltery has

     agreed to curate a few bundles of solids to help

     you out. 

     We hope everyone who wants to play with fabric

     for an afternoon will join in on March the 9th.

     Questions call Gregg at 615-828-9343 or

     email to greggcolson@icloud.com



Market Table


If you have some items to sell, review the Market Rules below and bring them to the guild meeting. Please clearly label the item with your name and price. We ask that you donate at least 10% of the sale price back to the guild in support of our annual Quilt Show.



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Raffle Quilt

"UFO Challenge"

Unfinished Objects...


You know, those parts and pieces of a quilt or ...five that you have stashed in a drawer, corner or shelf. Pull them out, list them on the form below and send it back to Susan. Then, Get Busy!! 

​It feels so good to

finish some of the UFOs​.


Get Ready!! Zosia and Margo have some fun things planned for the new year!! It's a year of TRANSITION so be prepared for some changes and a good time! Invite a friend and join us for great conversations, delicious food and be prepared to learn (or share) a few quilting and sewing tidbits!


Colorfast Flower and Leaves 


Flowers: Marigolds, Cosmos (darker colors are better), Calendula petals, Impatiens,

Rose (darker colors), Clematis, Petunia, Day Lilies, Nasturtium, Cypress Vine, Hydrangea,

Coreopsis, Sunflower, Phlox or Dame's Rocket, Purple Sage, Black Eyed Susan Vine,

Black Hollyhock, Pincushion flower.and Morning Glory

Leaves: Nasturtium, Parsley, Motherwort, Indigo, Japanese Maple, Dill?,

Coreopsis, Marigold, Cosmos, Smoke Bush-cotinus, anf Fig