October Doings


The last day of Sept is upon us and it’s raining.  This is a sure sign that we must finish up our garden and yard work for the season and make plans for our winter ahead in the sewing room.

Guild business mtg – Oct 6   We have 3 groups of 6 people in the COOKIE TIN EXCHANGE – so please remember your boxes to be passed to the first person in your group.

Remember your table toppers if you have promised them for HAW. If you have a top that you have not completed, please bring it back and we will get it finished for you.

Fiberspeak– Oct 13 – meeting at Lo’s. The mini challenge for the month is on the theme of apples.

Hands Across the Water-Sat Oct 15th

we need volunteers for set-up, clean-up,carpool drivers,hostesses and other areas. TIME TO SIGN THE VOLUNTEER SHEETS!!

Reminders

1.block is Broken Dishes ( make as many as you wish)http://www.quilterscache.com/B/BrokenDishesBlock.html

2.fat quarter exchange is food or beverage related.

3.challenge is a tea cosy- make it stylish, funky,retro or ???

4.Remember your recipe for the recipe book. Find old family favorites,time honored and reliable,fast,easy and delicious.

5.Have you got a apron for the apron fashion show?

Thursday DEMO NIGHT-A Double Header on Oct 20th

1st hour– bring your loonies and toonies for the guild’s Library Book Garage Sale. Also stay tuned as other people may share a table as they clear and sort their sewing room.

 2nd Hour- Blocking and Squareing your Quilt

Come and relax,all you need is a pen and paper. Nina will lead a discussion and demo about improving the finished appearance of your quilts. You will go home with a checklist of points for improving the quality of your work.  Shawn will speak about points to consider before you head to your friendly local Long Arm machine quilter.

COMMUNITY QUILTS -SUNDAY Oct 30th

Inventory of guild fabrics is being checked, batting has been ordered, basteing spray is at the ready. Ready-Set-Go!!

I have 5 quilts to be sandwiched, some scraps to be cut, some string blocks to construct. Who’s going to help me? Our workbees are informal and unstructured. If you have no project to work on, then please come and join a group as we need pressers, cutters, sewers, and assemblers. And there is always binding to sew if you want to sit and have a cuppa coffee.

 

And last but not least – see a change in the Program schedule for November’s Demo night.

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