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40th Anniversary Guild Meeting

Kelly Zuber organized a 40th Anniversary Challenge quilt project to commemorate this milestone for the guild. Participants chose a year to represent. There were 2 rules: the year had to be displayed in 3 inch numbers, and the combined perimeter measurement of the quilt could not exceed 81 inches (symbolizing the year the guild was founded – 1981.) Most of the photos in this post were taken by Kelly Zuber.

Please note: as of this date, the years 1992 and 2006 were still available for making a challenge quilt; quilts for the years 2002, 2003, 2008 and 2010 had not been turned in.

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September 13, 2021 Show and Tell

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40th Anniversary Quilt Blocks

Saturday Sept 18, At 12 noon, Kelly Zuber will be in the parking lot of the church where the guild meets to pick up anniversary quilts that were not turned in at Monday’s  meeting. She’d be glad to talk to you about making one of these small quilts to celebrate our guild’s 40th anniversary. The years that have not been adopted yet are 1998, 2006, 2011, and 2013. 

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Quilting Questions Workshop

Programs is hosting a Quilting Questions workshop, Saturday September 19 and October 9 from 10-2pm at Christ Lutheran Church

Drop by between 10-2pm with any quilting design, ruler use, patchwork issues, homemachine quilting, and binding questions that are on your mind. Or, bring ANY quilting question you may have. Several experienced quilters from the guild will help with the clinics. There is no fee for attending the clinics. Coffee and donuts will be available.

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July 2021 Show and Tell

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Patchwork Illusions Workshop

Sue Thurston and Sue Berry are holding a workshop Saturday, July 10 at Cave Spring Methodist Church, beginning at 10am, to work together and provide instruction on how to follow the Karen Combs pattern and build the Patchwork Illusions blocks.  Anyone interested needs to purchase a pattern from Karen Combs website (

If you are interested in attending please let Sue Berry and Sue Thurston know so they can setup enough tables, and provide you a list of supplies you will need.