Our Next Guild Meeting is
Monday, January 17th, 2011.
Remember: Our meeting is one week later than usual!
Fat Quarter for January will be yellows and greens…can you guess why??
from the President
I’m so excited to be your new
president. Thank you for your
support. I never expected this when I
came to my first meeting almost 4 years ago. I’ve made many friends and hope to
make even more as you and I work together.
Some of those friends include Marilyn Ulrich and the 2010 board, all of
whom did a terrific job last year. Thank
you very much.
While you won’t be dazzled by a
body of work from me (this body’s been working full time), like many of you, I
have a great collection of fabric that I sometimes hate to cut and have many
boxes labeled ‘work in progress’. Still
I hope to inspire you with new ideas and fun activities. I encourage your participation and creativity
so that we are all constantly energized and awed at the works we create. Bring along a visitor, we’d love to grow and
share our wonderful guild.
This is a big transition year for
the guild as we officially become a 501c3 nonprofit organization. We’ll have additional responsibilities with
that as we continue to serve our community in many ways, new and old.
I’m told that I’m a great
listener. Please feel free to share your
ideas with me and the other board members.
See you at the next meeting!
The meeting begins at 7:00
pm. Unless you are assisting with setup,
please don’t enter the meeting room before 6:30 pm. When you arrive at the meeting, remember to
check-in at the membership table and pick up your door prize ticket if you are
wearing your cloth nametag. As always,
please turn your cell phones off during the meeting.
Wanda B, Cindy M., Cathy N., and Ruth P. have volunteered
to bring refreshments for our January meeting.
If anyone finds
they cannot bring what they volunteered to contribute, please call Rosemary F.
at 388-5407. Thanks ladies.
Please consider filling one of the
positions open for our Guild for 2011.
We are still in need of a Hospitality, member survey committee, and
Raffle Quilt Sales Team. Please contact
Martha S. if interested or be ready to volunteer at our January meeting!
***Audit Committee Members needed
NOW –please call Martha*****
The books added to the library
this month are Photo Fabric Play,
by Krista Camacho Halligan and Hobo Quilts. The January raffle book is A Baker’s Dozen: 13 Quilts from Jelly Rolls,
Layer Cakes, and More! by the staff at “That Patchwork Place”. Tickets
are $1 each/6 for $5. In addition, we will have a selection of books to check
out and you may return any books previously checked out. Thank you for your
support of the Guild Library.
January-Janelle Rebick, our own member,
will present fabric dying. Janelle dyed
fabric last summer for our August quilt show.
It was very attractive and I now own some!
February-Bobbe Schafer will share her love
of aprons with us. Bobbe will present: Aprons: Memories from the Past,
and her patterns may be available. If
you want to view more information, please go to www.bobbeschafer.com.
March-Oregon Quilt Documentation
April-Jean Wells will present a ‘Color’
workshops scheduled for January. We’ll
keep you posted about workshops for 2011!
Happy New Year!
raffle quilt will be debuted at the January Guild meeting. It was shown to the
Board early this month, and, as described by the committee, it’s an art quilt!
It’s beautiful and the Board thinks it will have a unique attraction to all in
Central Oregon and especially to local businesses. The Board decided this would
be a good time to change the raffle ticket price to $5.00 along with limiting
the total number of tickets to be sold to 1,000. Taking these actions also
keeps the Guild consistent with our anticipated 501(c)(3) status. Stay tuned
for more information as the ticket details are worked out.
R. and Donna C.
us for 3 days and two nights of quilting fun at the 7th Mountain Resort. Dates this year are April 15th, 16th, and
17th. The cost of $250 includes meals,
lodging, door prizes, and a spacious sewing table. A $100 deposit is required to secure your
space. You won’t want to miss all the
fun! Come to January’s meeting ready to
secure your spot for MBQG Retreat 2011!
date: Aspen Ridge Retirement Community (1025 NE Purcell) is having
its annual quilt show on Saturday, January 29th. Guild members are
welcome to enter their quilts in this show. For more information, call
Aspen Ridge at 541-385-8500.
Norma W., and Karen F.
Mary T., Norma W. and Karen F as new committee heads of Community Quilts. We look forward to many new quilts donated by
our members so that we can continue our mission to donate to our many community
programs. Remember to attend our monthly
Community Quilts day each month at Nativity Lutheran Church. We’ll keep you posted about upcoming
sessions. Keep up the great work in 2011
for our Community Quilt Committee!
Monthly Food Drive
Please remember each month to bring
a couple of the below listed items for the food drive at the Nativity Lutheran
Church. There will be boxes in the lobby for your donations. The
need is GREAT! As the list changes, we'll advise.
THANKS so much!
5 lb. bags of white sugar 5# bag of white flour
spaghetti in sauce Canned tomatoes (diced)
Plain vegetable oil Small
Dry black or pinto beans White
rice (not instant)
Canned tuna Canned
peaches or pears Small ketchup
Kraft Macaroni & cheese Boxed cereal
Liquid detergent in small bottles, such as the
$1.00 size at the Dollar Store
you have any news among our guild member, such as births, weddings, illness or
passing, please contact Libby S. 541-330-8186 (email@example.com).
behalf of the Mt. Bachelor Guild members, as donation was sent to Partners in
Care in memory of Marsha B. and a donation was sent to The Kids Center in
memory of Norma W-H.’s husband, Van. Jane
Lind might enjoy a note or cheer as she recovers from surgery. Please see our roster for her address.
you as a guild for your wonderful donation to Kids' Center in memory of my
husband, Van. Kids’ Center was one of his favorite charities.
Thanks to so many of you for your prayers, kindnesses, love and support. Your donations to charities, flowers, plants,
cards, calls and e-mails were very much appreciated.
now you’ve been pouring over the Quilter’s Affair listings deciding which
fabulous class you’ll take and what fun event you’ll join. We also
have so many opportunities for classes at all of our local quilt shops in Bend,
Redmond, LaPine, Prineville and Sisters. Get inspired at any one of
them. Thank you to Darlene P. for
taking over this position for our Guild.
Quilting Frame For Sale
will be having a silent auction on the quilting frame donated by a community
member. Some details: never been used, cloth leaders with Grid Lines,
adjustable legs (up to 6”) Twist n’ Lock Rails, Tension control ratchets. Valued at $1800. Bidding will begin at 6:30 with a minimum bid
of $250 and $25 increments to increase the bid.
At our January meeting, a guild member may be the new owner of this
fabulous Quilting Frame! All proceeds
will go to the Guild.
Donna C. 01/03
Betty G 01/07
Tarn S. 01/07
Ruth P. 01/10
Mary R. 01/12
Karen C. 01/18
Kathe S. 01/19
Karen W. 01/20
Lani S. 01/27
Darlene P. 01/28
Helen B. 01/31
Kathleen G. 01/31
meeting MBQG—Monday, 1/17/11
Shop Hop---April 28,29,30, May 1st
(Alphabetically by store name,
104 NW 4th St, Prineville 447-1338 www.thequiltshack.com
Happy New Year from The Quilt
Shack! Our Block of the Month will be starting January 15, 2011.
You still have time to sign up, it's only $5.00 a month that includes: blocks,
sashing, boarder & binding. Plus, there are two BOMs to choose from;
one is a mystery and the other you get to see with more information on the
May your new year be a very special
h Rhonda and Friends f
926 NE Greenwood Ave. , Bend 541-728-0527
Happy New Year Everyone! In January
we are not having a First Friday exhibit; instead we will be renovating the
Quilt Gallery to make the future exhibits more attractive....very exciting!
But the weekend of January 7, 8 and
9 is the SAVE DAVE Sale! Marilyn is
taking all of the staff away for a weekend quilting retreat and Dave and a
volunteer will be by themselves the whole weekend. Dave will negotiate with
anyone and everyone on what you pay at the cash register. So let’s see...... he
loves the Oregon Ducks, beer and flattery....and you need to drop in and see
what kind of bargain he’s going to give you!
January 13th is the next meeting of
the Novel Idea Quilt and Book Club and
it’s not too late to join. Participants will need to read the book Kapitoil by Teddy Wayne (the 2011 Deschutes Library’s chosen novel).
The daytime group meets at 10 AM and the evening group at 7PM. The quilts will
then be in the Quilt Gallery’s April exhibit. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A Modern Quilt Guild interest group has
been formed and meets at QuiltWorks the first and third Tuesdays of the month
from 5 to 8 PM. Bring a project, quilt, sew and meet some others that are
interested in non-traditional quilting. For more info check out www.modernquiltguild.com.
Thanks for visiting QuiltWorks!
h Marilyn and Dave f
Sew Many Quilts
Wilson #170, Bend 385-7166 www.sewmanyquiltsinbend.com
Happy New Year to all of our
wonderful friends and customers. You are the reason we are in business. We
appreciate each and every one of you and hope that 2011 brings you joy, good
health, blessings, and many happy hours quilting.
This winter we are offering several
classes in addition to the basic quilting, hand appliqué, hand embroidery,
machine embroidery, etc. that we usually offer. Browse through the classes listed on our
then call or come in to sign up for those that peak your interest. Choose from
unique classes such as – “Every Quilt Has a History,” “Blast to the Past,” “Bag
Ladies,” “Table Runner of the Month,” “Classic Vest,” and more.
Maybe you’re interested in joining
one of our groups that meet monthly (or more often) such as our “Software
Society,” “Hollyberries Club,” “Last Saturday Club,” “Scrappy-Quarter Club,”
“Machine Embroidery Club,” “Lovers of Wool Sit ‘n Stitch,” “Ladies Night Out,”
“Quilting Divas,” “Sit ‘n Stitch Hand Embroidery Group,” and others. We’re also
offering several new blocks of the month. You can choose from appliqué, machine
embroidery, hand embroidery, wool appliqué, and pieced quilts. We have
something for everyone! Stop by the shop and bring in your “show and tell.” We
love to have you share your projects with us.
We’re expecting many new batiks in
January, as well as other new fabrics. Be sure to check them out!
h Gail, Sharon, and Staff f
Cascade,(P.O. Box 280, 97759) Sisters 549-6061 www.stitchinpost.com
What’s New at the Stitchin’ Post!
Just in! Jenaveve – the gorgeous and
sophisticated new line of cotton linen by Valori Wells!
The colors are deep and rich and the drape
of the fabric is fabulous. Val has already made several bags and skirts! There
is a pattern booklet available for this line, to give you ideas on how to use
this lovely linen. Other new fabrics include Amy Butler’s new line – Soul
Blossoms – which is available in quilting cotton, decorator weight
cotton, and in a laminated fabric as well. Another line by a very popular
designer is Lonni Rossi’s Urban Shades—the
colors of this line are warm and earthy.
include “Bali Bowls” with Jackie Erickson, “Art Fairy Digital Collage & Mixed-Media Art Quilt” with Kathy Shaker,
“Tango Tumble” with Lawry Thorn, and “Star of the Orient” with Ann Richardson.
Jean will also be teaching a “Gum Drop Footstool” class on January 9th. See http://www.stitchinpost.com/classes.html
or call the store for more details.
We have some
great winter yarns, and our free Wednesday
Sit & Knit sessions have become quite popular. One group meets from
1 – 4 pm, and the second group meets from 5 – 8 pm. We have a large selection
of knitting patterns from Church Mouse—everything from baby blankets &
washcloths to berets and fingerless gloves. Or why not learn a new skill in our
“Rose Intarsia Fingerless Gloves” class with Catherine Childress? This
three-session class begins January 13th and is recommended for intermediate knitters.
Have you tried
the European Drinking Chocolate
from Sipping Dreams yet? It’s a truly decadent treat—almost like drinking a
chocolate bar! Sooooo good! This has been a very popular item in
Twigs—the perfect thing
for a romantic evening with your sweetie, or just to pamper yourself. Twigs is
still your hot spot for all your gifting needs—birthdays, baby showers,
etc.––for both the big and small people in your life.
Stitchin’ Post Staff f
20225 Badger Road, Bend 383-4310 www.bjsquiltbasket.com or Vicki@bjsquiltbasket.com
Happy New Year!! Can’t believe
it’s that time of year already, but we are up and running for 2011!! Hope
you’ve been by to join our First Saturday Block of the Month – it’s going to be
very fun this year!! Also, we’ve just begun some of our appliqué blocks
of the month – very nice ones, please take a look on our website to see what
we’re doing, or better yet, come by, and then you can see all the new fabric
lines that are flowing in the door! Our Dr. Seuss flannel will be here
soon, we also got a wonderful new flannel line that would make a wonderful rag
quilt for that special gentleman in your life!! Don’t forget to check out
our new Blog too. Wow - I’m moving up in
the world!! I’ll see if I can keep up!
Thank you so much for your business
& friendship in 2010 & look forward to see you in the New Year!!
hVicki & Stafff
20225 Badger Road (inside BJ’s), Bend 383-1999 www.cynthiassewingcenter.com
Check our website for special classes, demonstrations and new
products available. We welcome you to
visit our store for new product demos and information.
Jerry, Lisa, Ann, Bob, Kris, and Elaine f
1542 S Hwy 97, Redmond 548-6909
We’re doing New Year’s Housecleaning and you can find some
wonderful bargains! Many fabrics are 30%
off and we also have a table of $4/yard fabric for backings, etc. Remember our new hours: T-F 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sat. 10 a.m. -2
p.m. Hope to see you soon!
51425 Hwy. 97, La Pine 536-2360 homesteadquiltsonline.com
Homestead Quilts wishes everyone a Happy New Year. Stop by to
check out our SALE items and as usual Guild Tuesday 20% discount is
available. We are closed on Sundays for the winter, but visit our website for
other news about classes, etc. We are
busy planning for CO SHOP HOP April 28, 29, 30 and May 1.
h Cathy and Staff f
306 NW 7th St., Redmond OR 97756, 541-923-1600
We are so excited about the new Amy Butler line "Soul
Blossoms” We have cotton, home décor
and laminated fabric in this line. Also
new are: Celestial Dreams (Laurel
Birch), Matisse (Alexander Henry), and collections from MODA: La Petiite Ecole,
Giddy, and Java. Also, check out the new garment quality fabric, 6 new bolts of
cotton lawn for scarf making, etc. Guild
members get 15% off all non sale items. (Non-guild members get a mere 10%
off). We hope to see you in 2011!
Sewing & Vacuum Center
304 NE 3rd St., Bend 382-3882
We welcome in the New Year and wish all
of you the best for 2011. Stop by and check out our great selection of
machines. We provide support to each of
our customers and know you will enjoy the many products we offer to help your
sewing projects flourish!
11th ST. Suite #1, Terrebonne,
Located one block east of Highway 97
in Terrebonne (541-548-8119)
Happy New Year,
hKathy & Friendsh