July 2018 Meeting Minutes

President Loree called the meeting to order at 10 a.m.

President’s Activity: Advent Calendar for Christmas in July. $1 ticket for a prize.
OLD BUSINESS:
  • Sign up for food items.
  • Quilt Con registration open to the public.
  • Michael Miller fabric challenge
  • Pat is unable to complete the Dress a Girl project. Maureen agreed to take it over and will develop a plan for completion.
  • Continue making auction items for Instagram auction. All items are due by the October 13th meeting. Auction will take place November 1-15. Popular auction items: Pillow covers, Tote bags, Zippy pouches. Check out our Pinterest page for bazaar ideas. Keep with the Modern theme.
  • Blog posting should be up to date. Lisa would be interested in the blog posting.

Door prizes winners: Bobbi, Laraine, Loree, Lisa, Maureen

NEW BUSINESS
  • All projects that the guild is expected to fund with fabric, batting, backing, etc., must be approved by the membership at large through a proposal process.
  • Fake email to ECMQG probably a Cox thing. Don’t click on the links Virus possibilities.
  • Charity Quilts for 2018: Hospice quilt, completed. Popsicle quilt – to be completed. Be thinking of possible charities and/or projects you would like to manage.
  • Laraine volunteered to put together another plus quilt from the blocks donated last year. Rachael volunteered to quilt it.
  • Plus Quilt completed by Loree from plus blocks made last year was given to Faye’s Uncle who was a World War II veteran
  • Christmas in July fabric swap was fun, fun, fun!
  • Possible paint chip challenge was discussed.

Anniversary scrap swap activity. Randomly pick 3 crayon colors. Your scrap fabrics are to match the crayon color palate allowing for variations in tints, tones, and shades. Your scrap baggy may also have a neutral of your choice – white, beige, gray or black. Bring baggy of scraps to next meeting. We will blind swap the baggies. Swappers will then meet with their partner to discuss design options. Makers are to create at least a 12” X 18” table topper and may add one color.

Faye won the triangle strip block lottery! Lisa presented the improv circle block. You may use solids or prints. Trim blocks to 12.5”. Check the Facebook PDF files for a copy of the instructions. Great presentation Lisa!


Show and Tell
  • Laraine made a wall hanging with beautiful quilting. She also showed her finished spool Block Lottery.
  • Marcia made a random square quilt with butterfly fusible appliqué
  • Lisa is making a patriotic economy hour glass block in red white and blue.
  • Maureen is making buckets like Marcy’s scrap buckets from the sew Modern labs. She showed an Alison Glass lap quilt, and a Beachy Blue quilt for a fellow dissertation committee member.
  • Rachael making a panel quilt for a baby! Welcome back Rachael!
A delightful luncheon followed the meeting with a productive sew day.

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