Hello Modern Quilters,
Are you ready to jump back into the modern quilting world? The location for our next meeting (Tuesday January 24) has changed slightly. We’ll be meeting in the church’s activity building on the west side of the parking lot. The time is the same, 5:30 social time and 6 for the meeting. Here’s what’s happening!
Hello Modern Quilters!
Did you remember our meeting is early this month? It’s next Tuesday the 18th. Come for refreshments and to socialize at 5:30. The meeting will start at 6. Here’s what you need to know. Continue reading
Hello Modern Quilters,
With the holidays behind us and this frigid weather keeping me indoors I’m ready to tackle some new projects. Oh and maybe finish some old ones. Can’t wait to meet up and see what everyone’s been working on. See you January 26 at 6:00 pm at Christ Lutheran Church, 311 N. Hershey, Normal, IL. Visitors welcome as always! January’s meeting will be fun and frantic. There’s a lot going on!
10,000th Member Announcement— Who was the MQG’s 10,000th member? One of BNMQG’s members that’s who! Come to the meeting to find out who she is and see the things she won.
Block Lotto— Can’t wait to see these! We will be collecting your money upfront for the next block when we give you the background fabric so bring your dollars.
Raffle Fabric— Patty Young and solids.
Goals–Did you complete all the goals for 2015 that you wrote last January? No? Me neither, but it did provide some focus for the projects I did complete. We’ll be writing new goals for 2016 so give it some thought.
Blog–We now have a BNMQG blog and we’ll take a few minutes to get everybody signed up.
Show and Tell–bring your modern creations so we can ooh and ahh!
Program–Cheryl Adam is a wonderful designer and quilt maker. Here is some info about the program in her own words. “I have been asked to speak about designing. I will attempt to tell you what I do to design a quilt for different work situations and for my own work. I will tell you a little of my thought process, the tools I use, and maybe even admitting some mistakes. I will talk a little about how I decide which fabrics to use and why I choose these. Please come with questions-even about something you are working on.”