NEXT MEETING: Monday, July 15th, 2019, 6:30 pm

PROGRAM: "Christmas in July" Quilted Christmas Tree. Bring in 8 strips of fabric, cut into 2 1/2 inch squares. One piece of 5 1/2" fabric for the bottom and flathead pins.

Hand work time 5:30 pm
Refreshments 6:00 pm, provided by the Jelly Roll's

Remember your SHOW 'n TELL items

Also remember to sign in at the door for the Secretary's records.

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PROGRAM: Flowers and Spring From A-K members

Our May program was put on by guild members with last names starting from A through K and was to be representations of Flowers - Spring, remind you of this time of the year.
 Vevia had trouble finding something springy, so she decided to dress up in flowers to show off her Oct - Dec Flowers that cover the back of John's chair.
 Hayley brought in a delightful spring offering.
Carol B's morning glories were a big hit.

 Sara's baskets of flowers was also an older pattern that charmed everyone.
 Dixie brought in 3 offerings.  Who can forget that spring time is also the time that school is out
 Easter abounds
and spring colors are popping up everywhere.

 Jane might not like triangles, but she did an awesome job on this bright piece.
 Iowana proudly displayed her Jacobean quilt that she has taken to an appraiser and now even more than ever - she is handling it with WHITE kid gloves.
 Janet's older quilt is full of flowers and though it might have been in the early days of her quilting, she did great with her points.
 Jenell is still working on her spring-ie version, it is from a mystery quilt in a magazine and come to find out, Lisa is doing the same one.  It would be great if when they are both done, we got to see them side by side.  It is always fun to see one idea in different color ways.
 Jenell also had this lovely rose to show us.
 Donna brought in some family heirlooms (none of which she has the honor of owning - what a shame) that really showed off the idea of spring.  This grandmother's flower garden, Donna brought bolts home for her mother-in-law to choose fabric from back when Chloe (sp?) had her shop.
 Quite a few family names are starting to fade on this signature quilt that is in Donna's family, the colors are still very vivid.
 Sharon's quilt was full of flower material and great on point.
 Cindy took a Grand Champion on her applique flower baskets and we can sure see why.
 Leila's flowers were much admired with the action that is going on there.
 And of course the Montana Stars presented a great display of spring refreshments. 
Thank you to all those that were able to bring in their quilts for the program.  Looking forward always to see what fellow members have done.

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