Here are the Show & Tell pictures from the February 2019 meeting. Because everyone was cooped up so long in January, there was a LOT of projects that were completed. Enjoy all the beautiful quilts!
Just FYI, since I was unable to announce this at the January meeting, I’m doing it here!I will be bringing a plastic tote to begin collecting for “Nana’s Second Thoughts” at the February meeting. If you have been setting aside items for Nana’s, now is the time to clear that space and let me store it for you. If you have fabric to donate, sooner is better for my committee. It will allow us more time to prepare and package it for resale.Thank-you!!
The December Christmas party was a big hit! A big thanks to our Christmas Party committee for a successful event.
“We had a great Christmas Dinner/Party in December thanks to the hard work and planning of the Christmas Committee (Kim, Maria, Deb, Alice, Andrea, and April). Congratulations on a job well done! The decorations were gorgeous, the food was delicious, the entertainment and games were great and the fellowship was the unsurpassed!” — Brenda Moore, President
Here are some pictures from the event. Enjoy!
The Hands of Friendship Quilt Guild has recently begun to partner with the Kirksville Arts Association. This partnership will provide us with a closer working relationship with the KV Arts and allow more community exposure to what we do through quilt education. We currently meet in their temporary space on south Baltimore, in Kirksville.
This partnership was mentioned in the December MOSAIC News & Notes.
Also featured in the newsletter, was the “2nd Weekend of Quilting” class, co-taught by Alice Allinson and Andrea O’Brien, on October 6, 2018. Alice and Andi led twelve women through the proper cutting, pressing, and piecing techniques for the “Double Churn Dash” block, by Missouri Star Quilt Company.
Alice and Andi’s next “confident beginner” quilting class will be May 4, 2019 at the Arts Association Building. This will be geared toward the quilters from the October class, but also suitable for others who wish to learn about quilting.
We had a great program on how to make Rope Baskets, given by Deb Freese and Barb Roberts. Deb demonstrated how to start a basket and build layers onto the basket. She also shared how to wrap fabric over the rope for an added effect. Barb shared many examples of finished baskets and different styles of hot mats. Kits were available for purchase, too.
There are loads of pictures to enjoy. So, sit back and be inspired. (The photos from the Show & Tell are at the end.)
Photos from the November Program:
November Show & Tell Photos: