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November Guild Meeting • 2020

All who attended our Quilter University November Guild Meeting went out with diplomas in their hands! We learned from some of the masters in our guild: Sarah Sass taught us about collage quilts by Laura Heine, Kelley Bachli demonstrated how to mark our quilts, Patti Reyes put all our fears to rest about sewing curves,… Continue reading November Guild Meeting • 2020

October 2020 Guild Meeting

We had a most successful meeting this past Saturday, October 3, 2020, where we were able to see the places where some of our members sew. Hosted by the IEMQG, and conducted by our Co-Program Chair, Laura Greene, under the direction of our President Gayle Bennett, our meeting had a lot of moving parts. For… Continue reading October 2020 Guild Meeting

Member Get-Togethers

We’ve scheduled a couple of get-togethers, if you are interested. First one is in Real Life, in the open air:October 12th (a holiday) at 11:00 a.m.Victoria Arbors Park in Rancho CucamongaBring a picnic lunch, lawn chair, mask, Show-and-Share items. Take home charity quilt kits, batting for charity quilts. You can also pick up rope for… Continue reading Member Get-Togethers

Our Guild Members Write…

We’ve had some thoughtful responses to our call for sharing. This month, we asked two questions, and we’ll start out with this one: Question 1: How has your fabric shopping changed since Covid-10 hit?  Do you do more online shopping? Gayle writes: I have long been a devoted online shopper of fabric, to the point… Continue reading Our Guild Members Write…

Heat Wave News!

Is it hot enough for you? In 1911, fans and ice were luxuries, air conditioning unknown. “On July 4, temperatures hit 103 in Portland, 104 in Boston (a record that still stands), 105 in Vernon, Vt., and 106 in Nashua, N.H., and Bangor, Maine. At least 200 died from drowning, trying to cool off in… Continue reading Heat Wave News!


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