NEXT MEETING – August 26, 2014
PROGRAM: Frieda Anderson
Frieda Anderson will talk about “Fun, Fast, Fusing”. She will walk you through the process of making two of her fused quilts as well as showing you how her work has evolved and where her inspiration comes from. Frieda will bring many of her quilts for display as well as her patterns and fabrics for sale.
Frieda is an award winning quilt artist. She is a faculty member of the Chicago School of Fusing. Fusing is a fun and fast way to make beautiful art quilts to hang in your home or give to your special friends. Her patterns and quilts have been featured in many international magazines and she has published several books, including “Fun Fast Fusies – Love to Quilt” and “Fabric to Dye For”.
There will also be a workshop given by Frieda Anderson the following day, Wednesday, Aug 27. See this post for more information about the workshop.
5″ Charm Square Fabric Exchange
These year for the Fabric Swaps we will be swapping 5″ charm squares. In August, we are swapping scarlet and gray prints. Please drop your 5″ charms in the basket marked SWAPS and pick up the preceding month’s swap from the box marked 5″ SWAP RETURN.
Biennual Quilt Show – Sep 23, 2014
Our guild quilt show will be held September 23, 2014 from 6:30-8:30 PM at:
Mifflin Presbyterian Church
123 Granville Street
Admission is free. Light refreshments will be provided. There will be several goodie baskets raffled off as well as a quilt raffle.
A variety of volunteers needed. Contact Karla Zadnik at email@example.com if you are interested.
Here are the entry forms and flyers related to the quilt show:
These are photos of our current raffle quilt. Tickets are now being sold and the winner will be chosen at our biennial quilt show in September. Contact JoAnn Newsome for more raffle tickets to sell.
IMPORTANT – OUR NEW MEETING PLACE IS:
The Olde Gahanna Sanctuary
82 N High St
Gahanna, OH 43230
A free public parking lot is located across the street and behind the Sanctuary. Also, the Creekside business district on Mill Street provides an enclosed, underground parking facility within easy walking distance.
Here’s the link to our June 2014 newsletter, “The Running Stitch”.