This is the Newsletter of the Hands of Friendship Quilt Guild of Kirksville, Missouri.

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2017 — SEPTEMBER SHOW & TELL and PROGRAM

The September Program was the 2016-2017 HOF Challenge Reveal, “Curved Quilts”. The rules: Your quilt had to have curved piecing in it.

Members were encouraged to enter their quilt for judging (by silent ballot) by guild members. If you didn’t finish it in time for this reveal, you are encouraged to finish it in time for the quilt show in June. All entries will be hung together at the show.

There were 12 participants. Kay Beach, Debra Freese, Elsie Gaber, Joan Harrison, Diane Jarvis, Linda Kowalski, Andrea O’Brien, Marilyn Peck, Cathy Poyner, Celia Riggle, Bonnie Schultz, and Rose Marie Smith.

The winners were as follows:

  • 1st–Debra Freese ($25 gift certificate from Wildflower Quilting)
  • 2nd–Linda Kowalski ($20 gift certificate from Grandma’s Room)
  • 3rd–Diane Jarvis ($15 gift certificate from Hobby Lobby)
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The 2016-2017 HOF CHALLENGE winners! Debra Freese, Linda Kowalski, Diane Jarvis

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And here are photos of the other participants’ beautiful quilts! It was so hard to choose a favorite. They were all gorgeous!! Thanks for everyone’s participation. We look forward to seeing them at the 2018 HOF Quilt Show.

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SEPTEMBER SHOW & TELL: We had a great Show & Tell this month. Here’s a collection of everyone’s beautiful quilts.

SHOW & TELL: 

  • Meredith Willcox:
    • Quilt in navy blue;
    • Counted cross-stitch with a Christmas theme;
    • Embroidered butterflies with lime green;
    • Stack & Whack in navy blue with dark blue back.
  • Amanda Moots:
    • Linus blanket, of patchwork, hand quilted by her.
  • Barb Roberts:
    • 3 old antique blocks that were purchased & she hand-quilted them, using antique green fabric.
  • Alice Allinson:
    • Baby Quilt for co-worker who is having a girl; in pinks with pink giraffes.
    • King-size wedding quilt in golds and cream
  • Susan Chidester:
    • Large 4-patches in oranges & light green, outlined in white with orange backing;
    • Large diamond-shaped pieces in teal & purples.
    • A challenge quilt in moss green, purples, and lavender.
  • Kathaleen Winkleman:
    • First completed quilt made from Jelly Roll in purple/aqua.  She said it was a “learning experience.”
    • A “tell”:  Finished two other quilts for granddaughters.
  • Barb Bevell:
    • Memory Pillow for husband from his work shirts (he works for Southwestern Bell). She utilized the buttons on the front of the shirt as the closure.
    • First “block of the month” fromShelley Pagliai’s newest pattern, “Sew Sweet”.
  • Mary Shoaf:
    • She took a Lenny Wiener Class and made two portrait quilts from photos for her daughters.
  • Marilyn Peck:
    • Quilt top to go in “great-grandbaby’s hope chest” even though none of her grandchildren are married at this time.
  • Maria Bradshaw:
    • Linus blanket in dark blue with lavender back.
  • Mary Magruder:
    • Veteran’s quilt top in “Spin Cycle” pattern; blue print with flag print.
  • Kathy East:
    • Veteran’s quilt top in “Spin Cycle” pattern, red print with flag print.

2017 — SEPTEMBER MINUTES

HANDS OF FRIENDSHIP QUILT GUILD

MINUTES

SEPTEMBER 20, 2017

The Hands of Friendship Quilt Guild met Wednesday, September 20, 2017, at the Adair County Annex.  President Brenda Moore called the meeting to order at 6:33 p.m.  Roll call was answered by 39 members. Guests Judy Gooch, Kneka Smith, Michaella Peck, Jessica Jones, and Meghan Jones were introduced. Several of our guests became members tonight.

The President announced the September birthdays and Treasurer Joan Harrison gave the Treasurer’s Report, with little activity this month.  Minutes of the August meeting were approved as sent out.

Kneka Smith, spoke on behalf of the Girl Scouts and told about an upcoming project/competition. The Girl Scouts are required to use three (3) fabrics that are provided by the Girl Scouts. They can use other fabrics in the block, but they MUST use a part of the three fabrics provided.  They will meet ½ day on October 21,when they will design and cut their pieces, and another half day on November 11, when they will sew their blocks together.  Both these sessions will begin at 9:00 a.m.  Extra machines will be needed and several Guild members volunteered to bring one and assist however they can.  This project will be held at the Kirksville Art Center’s current location on Baltimore Street in the old US Cellular building.  To date, 13 young ladies have signed up to attend.

Andrea O’Brien presented a proposal made by the Kirksville Arts Council for the Hands of Friendship Quilt Guild to meet in their temporary location in the old U.S. Cellular Building on the corner of Baltimore and La Harpe Streets, across the street south of Faith Lutheran Church.  When the Arts Council rebuilds in the future, we can also meet in their new building.  There will be no rental fee and there is more room in this location than at the Adair County Annex Building.   Amanda Moots made a motion to accept this offer of the Kirksville Arts Council, seconded by Sarah Spearman, and the motion carried unanimously.  It was agreed to keep the Adair County Annex as a backup.  Quilt ‘Til U Wilt will be at the Adair County Annex for the rest of 2017, and our regular meetings will be at the Kirksville Arts Council building beginning next month on October 18, 2017.  Andrea will contact the Kirksville Art Center with this information.

OLD BUSINESS:

Rose Marie Smith needs updates of addresses, phone numbers, TONIGHT for the 2017-2018 program book.  Also, ALL committees must be filled tonight so the new book can be printed!

Quilt Show Committee sign-ups are also needed tonight!  Linda Kowalski volunteered to make the raffle quilt for the 2018 Quilt Show and Carol Cunningham volunteered to bind it.  A BIG thank you to both ladies!

Courtesy:  John Harrison has had 3 blood transfusions recently.  Marsha Yahl had a problem with her foot but is doing better.  She is currently wearing a “boot.”

 

PROGRAM:  

2016-2017 HOF CHALLENGE REVEAL   (link to photos)

Twelve quilts were displayed in the Reveal.  All quilts were to have curves in their design with Kay Beach and Diane Jarvis in charge of the Reveal.  Following the secret ballot vote, the following winners were announced:

  1. Debra Freese:  $25 gift certificate from Wildflower Quilting
  2. Linda Kowalski:  $20 gift certificate from Grandma’s Room (Mary Shoaf)
  3. Diane Jarvis  $15 gift certificate to Hobby Lobby

Other participants were:  Kay Beach, Elsie Gaber, Joan Harrison, Andrea O’Brien, Marilyn Peck, Cathy Poyner, Celia Riggle, Bonnie Schultz, and Rose Marie Smith.

OTHER BUSINESS:

2016-2017 UFO REVEAL:

Barb Bevell announced that 200 UFO’s were completed this year and there was a drawing for the following  prizes:

  1. Cathy Poyner:  $25 gift certificate (MO Star Quilts) “Completed all twelve projects”
  2. Kathy East:  $15 gift certificate (MO Star Quilts) “One chance/each UFO completed”
  3. Karen Farnsworth:  $10 gift certificate (MO Star Quilts) “One chance for filling out a UFO form whether they completed any UFO’s or not”

The 2017-2018 HOF UFO Challenge has officially started. The goal is to encourage members to write down their UFOs and try to finish them throughout this next year. Prizes will be drawn for three categories:

  • Drawing #1: Those who have completed all twelve projects
  • Drawing #2: One chance/each UFO completed
  • Drawing #3: One chance for just participating

The “block” was handed out. Members will have 1 month to fill them in and the drawing will be AUGUST, 2018.

CONGRATULATIONS to Shelly and Rose Marie!! It was announced that Shelly Pagliai received “Honorable Mention” at the Paducah Quilt Show and Rose Marie Smith has a quilt in the Iowa Quilt Show.

The program in October will be presented by Gloria Horne.  She is the State Director for the ”Quilts of Valor” program.

SHOW & TELL:  (link to photos)

  • Meredith Willcox:
    • Quilt in navy blue;
    • Counted cross-stitch with a Christmas theme;
    • Embroidered butterflies with lime green;
    • Stack & Whack in navy blue with dark blue back.
  • Amanda Moots:
    • Linus blanket, of patchwork, hand quilted by her.
  • Barb Roberts:
    • 3 old antique blocks that were purchased & she hand-quilted them, using antique green fabric.
  • Alice Allinson:
    • Baby Quilt for co-worker who is having a girl; in pinks with pink giraffes.
    • King-size wedding quilt in golds and cream
  • Susan Chidester:
    • Large 4-patches in oranges & light green, outlined in white with orange backing;
    • Large diamond-shaped pieces in teal & purples.
    • A challenge quilt in moss green, purples, and lavender.
  • Kathaleen Winkleman:
    • First completed quilt made from Jelly Roll in purple/aqua.  She said it was a “learning experience.”
    • A “tell”:  Finished two other quilts for granddaughters.
  • Barb Bevell:
    • Memory Pillow for husband from his work shirts (he works for Southwestern Bell). She utilized the buttons on the front of the shirt as the closure.
    • First “block of the month” fromShelley Pagliai’s newest pattern, “Sew Sweet”.
  • Mary Shoaf:
    • She took a Lenny Wiener Class and made two portrait quilts from photos for her daughters.
  • Marilyn Peck:
    • Quilt top to go in “great-grandbaby’s hope chest” even though none of her grandchildren are married at this time.
  • Maria Bradshaw:
    • Linus blanket in dark blue with lavender back.
  • Mary Magruder:
    • Veteran’s quilt top in “Spin Cycle” pattern; blue print with flag print.
  • Kathy East:
    • Veteran’s quilt top in “Spin Cycle” pattern, red print with flag print.

President Brenda Moore reminded everyone that the October 18 meeting will be at the Kirksville Art Center building and it will be open by 6:00 p.m.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:46 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Kathy

Kathy East, Secretary.

2017 — AUGUST SHOW & TELL and PROGRAM

There was some awesome Show & Tell at the August meeting. Hope you were able to attend. If not, here are the pictures.

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SHOW & TELL:

  •      Linda Kowalski:
    • A very large quilt with bright-colored triangles trimmed with gray fabrics.
  •      Elsie Gaber:
    • “Friends To the Second Power”: made for Ron.  Very bright colors with orange backing, quilted by Joan Harrison.
  •      Shelley Pagliai:
    • This is her pattern for the Traditional “Sew Sweet” version of the Block of the Month series from Sew Sweet Quilt Shop, done in pastels.
  •      Amanda Moots:
    • Quilt with blue and white quilted squares on navy blue, quilted by her.
  •      Barb Roberts:
    • Square blocks made from old quilts that were not in good shape.
  •      Debra Freese:
    • “Study In Applique,”  She used “needle turn appliqué,” “freezer paper appliqué” on both top and bottom.
  •    Liz Mills:
    • Charity Quilt,“ in bright colors, “quilted as you go.”
  •   Bonnie Schultz /Sherry Bratten:
    • Bonnie Schultz made a hand-quilted quilt for Sherry’s birthday in maroons, grays, and white.
  •    Mary Magruder:
    • “Fly Away.”
  •    Joan Harrison:
    • Veteran’s quilt in red, white, and blue
    • Quilt made for a doctor in Jefferson City.
  •    Kathy East:
    • Quilt with a “railroad” theme for a friend who is a resident of Clarence Nursing Home.
  •    Rose Marie Smith:
    • Pretty yellow and pink baby quilt.

A PRAISE!:  Rose Marie Smith reported her lost quilt has been found in Salt Lake City, Utah.  A woman there bought a number of unclaimed packages at the UPS Warehouse.  One contained her niece’s quilt with her name inside the quilt:  The woman contacted Rose Marie’s niece and then sent it to her!

PROGRAM:

The main theme of the program was preserving our quilt heritage through record-keeping, labels, and photographs. Shelly, Rose Marie, and Barb B. offered examples of how they keep track of important information.

For the second part of the program, members were encouraged to bring quilts they would like to have photographed. These were hung and pictures taken. There are lots of close-up shots that show the quilting and other details, too. Enjoy!

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2017 – JULY SHOW & TELL and PROGRAM

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SHOW & TELL:

  • Beverly Compton
    • displayed her wall hanging from last year’s retreat.
  • Marilyn Peck:
    • Quilt designed by Jenny Doane of Missouri Star Quilting, featuring “cats.”
  • Meredith Willcox:
    • Quilt with a green background, featuring cats designed by Jenny Doane.
  • Elaine Scudder:
    • two wall hangings with flowers, her first finished quilted items.
  • Kim Sampson:
    • quilt for 8-year-old granddaughter for her bedroom in their new house. “Pretty In Pink” with pinks and black and white polka dot print will look great in her room.
    • quilt for 11-year-old grandson, “Falling Charms” pattern with very bright light green to match his walls in their new house.
  • Debra Freese:
    • beautiful quilt made from Riley Blake fabrics picked out by her daughter. She quilted it herself.
  • Andrea O’Brien:
    • quilt for medical student who just graduated from ATSU and asked if she could use some of his ATSU items had in one of her quilts. She used them in a quilt for him and will deliver it to him soon in Norfolk, VA, where he is entering the Navy. She also used prints with anchors and patriotic prints in the quilt.
    • baby quilt with deer made for a staff member who is having a baby boy soon.
  • Kathy East:
    • Veteran’s quilt for a WWII veteran who lives in St. Louis. They hope to get it to him soon.
    • A “tell” about a dress requested by granddaughter-in-law, Liz, for 1-year-old great-granddaughter, Brynlee. It will be made from a picture using black & white “cow print, and red bandana print fabrics chosen by Liz from Kathy’s stash.  Kathy is doing a “trial run” with some never-used fabric purchased for her at a thrift store by a son in the Kansas City area.  He thought there was probably 10 yards, 60” wide white fabric on a roll but when she got the fabric home, there was 37 ½ yards on the roll & it ended up costing her 17 cents a yard!  She cut the fabric into 1 yard and 5 yard sections so she could wash it and is finding more and more uses for that fabric all the time.
  • Elsie Gaber & Meredith Willcox
    • displayed a quilt with embroidered floral blocks, which will be raffled off at the 2018 Rotary auction. The proceeds will go to their humanitarian projects.
    • This quilt has had quite a history!

1. Kathy East saw the blocks at a La Plata yard sale but decided she did not want to do all the embroidery that was not finished; so she didn’t buy them.

2. Some time later, Kathy went to the La Plata Christian Ministries and the blocks had been donated to them. The workers saved them for Kathy because they knew she made quilts.

3. Kathy still did not want to do the embroidery but took them to a Quilt Guild meeting & placed them on the UFO table.

4. Di Zook bought them to give to Meredith.

5. Meredith finished the embroidery and even had the embroidery thread that matched what had already been done!

6. Meredith and Elsie set the blocks together with fabrics from Meredith’s stash and fabric sent to Meredith from North Carolina by Vel Pauls.

7. It is now completed but Meredith who didn’t want another king-size quilt, and offered it to Elsie for the 2018 Rotary auction.

8. Elsie gratefully accepted Meredith’s generous offer!

PROGRAM:

Kay Beach, founding member, gave us the History of the Hands of Friendship Quilt Guild. It was good to hear how it was started back in 1985 from an ad in the paper. Ann Truitt and a few ladies who were interested in quilting, got together to share ideas and show their completed quilts to each other.

Three months after the first meeting, they put on the first quilt show in the Court House. They hung some quilts and placed some of the quilts over chairs and on tables. They charged 50 cent admission. Not only have they held a quilt show each year (Court House, YMCA, Rehoboth Church, William Matthew Middle School), they have also had a raffle quilt, too.

Meetings were held in each other’s homes until they got too large, then the meeting was moved to the YMCA, later to the First United Methodist Church, and now the Adair County Annex. Kay related several amusing things that happened through the years and her program was enjoyed by all!
Respectfully submitted,

 

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2017 — JUNE SHOW & TELL

2017 — APRIL SHOW & TELL

At the April 19 meeting we had lots of beautiful show and tell. Enjoy!

2017 MARCH SHOW & TELL

There was a big Show & Tell turnout this month! Enjoy all the beautiful projects our members brought to share.

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