Our guild offers many exciting programs to inspire quilters of all levels, from the beginner to the advanced quilter. Alison, Jean and Liz are keeping our calendar full of great speakers and fun programs, with a few surprises along the way.
Stay updated via guild meetings, newsletters, and this website for more news on our events. If you have an idea, we’d love to hear from you!
PROGRAMS FOR 2017 – 2018
SEPTEMBER 5TH – Welcome Back! Introducing a NEW Challenge! Summer Project SHOW AND TELL!
OCTOBER 3RD – JANET HEINES of FARMHOUSE QUILTS – Will be present and vending.
NOVEMBER 7TH – ERIN UNDERWOOD trunk show!
The SCISSOR MAN has rescheduled and will be available. Bring in your scissors for sharpening. Payment by cash or check is appreciated.
DECEMBER 5TH – HOLIDAY PARTY! Come and enjoy!
JANUARY 2ND – Starting out the new year with PRO BONO NIGHT! Come and help sew Pro Bono Quilts.
Saturday, January 20 WORKSHOP – Michelle Hyatt’s Sew On The Go Workshop.
FEBRUARY 6TH – ESTERITA AUSTIN
MARCH 6TH – HONEY BEE RAFFLE!
APRIL 3RD – SURPRISE EVENT AT THE MEETING!!!!
QUILT CAMP WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY APRIL 21ST.
MAY 8TH – SURPRISE EVENT!!!
JUNE 5TH – OUR YEAR END PARTY! Come and celebrate with us!
October- Presentation and vending from the Quilt Basket, Pawlings, NY (Home of the Cuties)
November– Presentation by the fabulous Meg Cox– Author, Quilter
December- Holiday party – Members Only!
Saturday, January 28th we have Michelle Renee Hiatt returning for a workshop by popular demand- chase away those winter doldrums with a fun and exciting quilting workshop. It will be held at Christ Lutheran Church.
Saturday, March 11th Workshop with Michele Scott Details will be forthcoming.
Here are some examples of programs from previous years:
February 2015 – Victoria Findlay Wolfe
February 2014 – Jessica Alexandrakis from Hicksville is the author of “Quilting on the Go”
May 2014 – Jackie Kunkel from Canton Village Quilt Works will be joining us.
October 2014 – Pat Sloan
November 2014 – Sue Reich
These are some of the programs the Guild enjoyed in 2012:
Here are examples of the 2011-2012 events we enjoyed:
Rosy, Kate, and Bette said farewell to their role of program co-chairs this month. We invite HQ members to pay tribute to their Quilt Inspiration. Who inspired you to quilt? Do you own or have a photo of a quilt that person made? Or have you made a quilt based on techniques you learned from the quilter who inspired you? We hope that members will volunteer to share a 5 to 10 minute tribute to their Quilt Inspiration, the quilter who inspired them to embark on their creative quilting journey. We’re sure that there are many wonderful stories of Quilt Inspiration among our members. We look forward to hearing them in May.
APRIL 3, 2012:
Our April meeting was greatly enhanced by the presentation of a historical segment from the DVD “Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics”. We thank Linda for lending us her copy.
For anyone who’d like to purchase their own copy of the 2 disc DVD, here is a link: http://www.amazon.com/Why-Quilts-Matter-History-Politics/dp/0615453759/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1333655292&sr=8-1
Many of us enjoyed watching “Why Quilts Matter” during our April 2012 meeting. We now own a copy which is available for loan – sign up at the Book Raffle table. If you’d like to own your own copy (and skip the wait), there is now a special discount available for guilds members who might want to purchase the DVD “Why Quilts Matter” at a 40% discount off the retail price of $40. The deal requires a minimum order of 4 DVDs, so if four or more members want to buy the DVD for $24 plus shipping, we could take advantage of the reduced price. If anyone is interested, please email Bette Ingoglia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 6, 2012: The Honey Bee Basket Raffle was a huge success! 72 baskets were assembled and raffled off to many lucky winners. Thanks to all who donated goods for this event and special thanks to Lorraine L who lent the Programs team her professional gift basket skills!
FEBRUARY, 2012: We were delighted to have Anita Grossman Solomon demonstrate some of her newest “Make It Simpler” techniques and present a trunk show of her work at our meeting. The following Saturday, many members enjoyed attending Anita’s Arrowhead quilt block class.
JANUARY, 2012: Pro-bono night At our January meeting, Programs joined Pro Bono in hosting Huntington Quilters’ Jelly Roll Contest. Want to learn more about Jelly Roll quilts? Here’s a video on how a jelly roll quilt is made: