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Saturday, May 18, 2019

May Meeting



Next Year's Executive

President - Sharon R
Vice President - Mary W
Secretary - Sharon G
Treasurer - Sharon T
Blog - Yvonne Y
Library - Susan C
Membership - Judy B
Out Reach - Edith W
Program - Kim Z



The CQA Guild Challenge winners
Lorna  - first place - her quilt will be sent to CQA
Lucille - second place
Lindsay - third place

Lorna's quilt

The Banquet is on June 13 at the Highland Country Club at 1922 Highland Heights, London, On.  There will be an Iron Quilter Competition that starts at 6 pm. Tickets are $40.00.  Email Kim for tickets at kjzwicker1164@live.ca  
The winner of the $100.00 visa card is Lorna.  You get a ticket if you quilt a quilt or bind a quilt for the Out Reach program. Edith reported that 1/3 of the membership has helped put quilt tops together, quilt and bind these quilts.

Lorraine reported that Home County has lost Arts funding due to the Ford Government cuts. So we will not be participating at the Home County as we did in the last few years.

Upcoming dates:
June 22 - Retreat Day 9-4
July 13 Out Reach sewing day 9-4
August 24 Out Reach sewing day 9-4

There will be a Crossover Potluck on August 15 at Edith's starting at 6 pm.  This is when the new executive begins their duties...

Quilts of Valour












Show and Tell
Beth  front

Beth - back

Barb B

Barb B

Sheila

Ronda - Hexagon Star

Susan D- Fleur - Paris Flea Market

Charlene - Gypsy Wife pattern by Jen Kingsmill

Joy - Falling Charms

Joy - Rhythm and Blues

Toni - Retro Gaming Revival Quilt Along she is doing

Mary Jane - backpack

Mary Jane - Aztec Sky



Tuesday, May 7, 2019

May Meeting

At the May meeting the CQA Challenge quilts are due.  Bring your quilt in the teal plastic bag provided at last month's meeting or an opaque bag of your own if you were not in attendance.  We will be giving quilts to the Quilts of Valour.  Our May meeting is when the new executive is announced.  Treasurer is still open if you would like to be our new treasurer.
Don't forget to bring: Name tag, Chatelaine, Notion of the month: This month we are bringing baby items to be donated to the food bank... baby wipes, diapers, formula and jars of baby food.
As an early FYI there will be a Sewing Retreat day on June 22.  We will be having an OutReach Sewing day on July 13 and again on August 24.  More info to follow...

Sunday, April 21, 2019

Go With the Flow Workshop

The workshop with Mary Elizabeth Kinch was lots of fun!  We learned about strip piecing and colour choice.  Teresa and Yvonne were there too.
Lina

Sharon

Mary

Candi

Susan
Mibsie

Kim and Gail

Saturday, April 20, 2019

April Meeting

Teresa welcomed our vendor for the evening  - Tammy from The Quilt Kitchen from Exeter and our guest speaker - Mary Elizabeth Kinch.

The Quilt Challenge is due at the May meeting.  If you were in attendance you received a blue bag so you can put your challenge quilt in and be anonymous when you bring the quilt in May.  If you were not in attendance please bring your challenge quilt in a non-transparent bag.  Judy B and Barb A will be the judges for the Quilt Challenge.

We are going to have elections at the May meeting.  Currently looking for a Secretary and a Treasurer
The London Modern Guild has invited us to their Trunk Show 10 quilts  on May 10 at 7 pm at the Boyle Community Center in London... cost is $15.00

Judy reported that we are at 95 members.  Kim spoke about the workshop happening the next day and she is looking for ideas for the year end banquet in June.  CQA is at the same time...

Susan reported that there is a new  book - Quilters Pre cuts and  will be ordering Children's Quilting - 14 projects. 
Edith related that Penny gave 2 quilts to CAS and she brought 10 quilts and 9 pillowslips to Rotholme House.  Barb B brought in 2 quilts to donate.  Edith has lots of quilt tops at home.  She is hoping to have an Out Reach sew in day over the summer.

Sharon T has some leftover labels from the quilt show if you are interested.

Mary Elizabeth Kinch shared her trunk show with us.  When she was younger she worked at Black Creek Pioneer Village and this is where she learned to quilt and her love of antique quilts began. Mary Elizabeth studied with quilt makers and textile artists.



















Show and Tell

Gail - Foothills Quilt

Maureen  - Foothills Quilt

Gail  - Challenge for another guild - Batik bag

Maureen - Let's be Friends Quilt along

Lorraine - dresses

Lyndsey - Marvel  quilt front

Lyndsey - Marvel quilt back

Karen B - Family

Jacqui -  selvege pillow

Jacqui  -Kaffe Fasset quilt 

Jacqui - Duck panel quilt

Jacqui - woven table runner

Beth - Norfolk bag

Lucille - Quilt for a Cure

Irene - Batman

Mary - 3 bags



Debbie - Baby quilt

Debbie - table runner for another guild challege - it won 1st place

Susan D - pillow

Cindy F - Cream and taupe quilt front

and back