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December 2 – 2014 HOLIDAY PARTY(see newsletter for details
January 6/7 – Jan Soules and workshop – Spiderweb quilt – only a few spaces left!
February 3 – Pat Fryer, PTQG member and owner/creator of villarosadesign.com – no workshop scheduled.
March 3 – Guild Mixer and Challenge "Time" – no workshop scheduled
Kathleen Stanley is taking signups for the workshops, the cost is only $25 per member, $35 nonmembers if space available; contact Kathleen at 346-1415 or email@example.com.
Scholarships are available, please contact Anne Wilson.
I hope everyone is off to a great start for 2014's Holiday Season! As the year winds to a close wewill celebrate at our guild Holiday Party on December 2. Chair Marjorie McConnell and her livelycommittee of Kathy Biggi, Heidi Emmett and Sally Monestier have been very busy. We have a change of venue that has GROWN UP TABLES! The festivities will be at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, off Highway 174 on Osborne Hill Road, at 5:45. See the details in the newsletter, it promises to be a fun evening! Arrival 5:45-6:00, starting at 6:15 PROMPT.
Don't forget that membership dues are to be paid by January 15 in order to be included in the new roster. Marta Price has graciously volunteered to be membership chair in 2015 and will be collecting dues and forms at the December 2 evening meeting. Please use the form attached or print the one online. We have scholarships available if the $25 membership fee is a factor, just contact me at contact info below, and know that it will be treated confidentially.
It has been my honor to serve as president this year, thank you all for making my term a very enjoyable time. I had not expected to have so much fun and am so proud to be associated with such a wonderful group of talented and generous quilters. Quilters are the very BEST!
See you at the party on Tuesday, December 2nd!
January 6th Program - Jan Soules
Jan began her quilting career in 2000 when her daughter requested a baby quilt for Isabelle, Jan's first granddaughter. Since then, she has passionately followed her love for quilting by taking many classes and learning to use all tools and techniques from experienced teachers. In recent years she has experimented with her own designs and has participated in a small art group. She has also dyed some of her own fabric.
In addition to her love of quilting, Jan is also an expert tournament bridge player. She has traveled around the country competing with her husband, Gary. Of course, they visit quilt shops along the way!
Join us on January 6th to hear Jan share her quilting experiences: Spectacular Borders: From Basics to Beyond!
30th Annual "SPRINGTIME IN THE PINES" Quilt Show
PTQG 2014 Quilt Show Winners