Quilters Summer Break: June 15th – August 22nd.This Monday,June 14th will be out last “drop-off” for the summer. There will also be a General meeting. Plan to bring your lunch and money to buy raffle tickets! And don’t forget your mask!
Flea Market preparation: Kick-off meeting on June 15, then workdays Tuesday’s and Thursday’s throughout July.
The Big Flea Market: August 7th-8th
Seasons in the Woods is scheduled earlier than usual, and will be held the weekend of September 25 & 26
Last Monday one of our newest members, Caroline Earhart, taught a class called “Sun Printing”. Upon seeing this technique used by Caroline in some of her quilts, we convinced her to teach a class for those who wanted to learn. Students spent time gathering leaves, sticks, ferns, branches, and bark before the class day, to put designs on fabric using solar energy.
We are looking forward to seeing what these ladies create from this amazing fabric!
It’s that time when the Independence Hall Quilters Guild takes their summer break and the Community Center begins setting up for the annual Flea Market (first weekend in August)
The Quilt Guild’s last meeting is June 20th, then we start back up on Labor Day Monday, September 5th. And what do we do in the months in between? Well, we help with the flea market effort, work on comfort quilt kits that we “checked out”, and then there are our own quilts we entered into the quilt show to finish and sew sleeves on the back for hanging them on frames.
The first Monday of September marks the end of our Guild’s summer break. It was fun to catch up with fellow members, and guests, while foraging through the heaping gorgeous fabrics on the “free” table.
Comfort Quilts were finished over the summer and turned into Susan to put away until needed. ♥ Please note that she has a few that still need binding ♥
Hopefully most of us were able to rest and relax over the break, because now we must get seriously busy – Quilt Faire is only 1 month away…
Yep! Check out our countdown in the sidebar…
Next week I should have the down-low on Arnold’s newest ‘crafty’ store. 🙂