Click over to the membership page and click on the 2015 form. Go ahead and print one out and pay your dues at the September meeting. One less thing on your end-of-the-year things-to-do list.
Linda Everhart will be the speaker at the Sept. 25 meeting.
Everhart considers herself a traditionalist who has developed shortcuts that result in all quilters being able to create intricate designs. Her program is entitled, “Don’t Sweat the Details.”
Everhart will teach a reverse applique workshop on Sept. 26. Several patterns will be available. Cost is $35 to QUILT members and $40 to non-members. Contact Nora Krein at [email protected] for information or to enroll.
For more information about Everhart go to http://quiltingamongfriends.com/
The meet is scheduled for 7 p.m. At St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 2898 S. 48th St., Springdale.
guild retreat 2014 Registration form now available. Save your place now.
Lola Jenkins will be our guest Aug. 28. Her program is entitled Miss Bubble Buster.
Lola will present a work shop on Aug 29 entitled “Fantasy Collage.” Here are some details:
Full Day Class
Students will learn to make a collage quilt approximately 18 x 18 in size. Students will use large panels mixed with a variety of beautiful fabrics to create a work of art that requires no art training. Techniques used will include but not be limited to, paints, oil pastels, and colored pencils. Students will complete the project in class and no sewing machine will be required. Students need to bring a foam core display board to use as a portable design wall and ironing board. In addition, students should bring the following: scissors (small scissors that can cut tiny pieces if needed), pins, small iron, 1 big glue stick, fusible web of choice (suggestion: wonder under web about 1/3 of a yard), appliqué pressing sheet (optional), and batting about 20 x 20 warm and natural or 100% wool. Students need to bring a large panel that inspires them and scraps of a variety of fabrics from their stash that they think would go well with the panel chosen. Suggestions: flowers, water, rocks, sky, lighthouse, house, boats, and any other elements that you thing might be helpful. Optional kit is available for $30 ( kit includes all fabrics needed for the class). Optional kit fee is in additon to the workshop tuition and is optional.
Cost is $40 for QUILT members and $45 for non-members (does not include optional kit fee).
For more information or to register, contact Nora Krein at [email protected]
The first Quilt Show Committee meeting will be held on Monday, July 21st at Wendy’s near I-49 in Springdale at 5:45pm. This meeting will concentrate on categories and other related items that are necessary to include on the registration/entry form.
Noted quilter Jane Sassaman will visit the guild in August 2015.
To learn more about her, go to http://www.janesassaman.com/.
Retreat to the Hills will be moving to the Inn of the Ozarks in Eureka Springs this October.
Chairwoman Toni Fenton will be posting details soon. Please check the right hand side of the page under “Retreat to the Hills” for details and forms.
Entries are now being accepted for the 37th Ozark Quilt Fair, Saturday, September 13 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History. Quilters and quilt lovers are invited to display new and antique quilts for show and sale on the museum grounds. The entry fee is $10 per exhibitor. Cash prize Viewer’s Choice awards will be given for first ($50), second ($35), and third ($15) place winners in both new and antique quilt categories. The entry deadline is September 10.Entry forms are available at the museum website, www.shilohmuseum.org, or by calling 750-8165. The Ozark Quilt Fair is sponsored by Arvest Bank.
Quilting Series and Quilt Display at FPL
The Fayetteville Public Library will offer a Quilting Series as part of the summer Explore Your Senses Series for adults. The Quilting Series facilitated by Paula Mariedaughter of Lonesome Pine Quilts will be Wednesdays in June from 6pm to 7:45pm in the Walker Community Room. No registration is required; the workshops are free and open to the public.
Explore Your Senses – Quilting Series
Antique Quilts: A Visual Feast of Plain & Fancy
June 4 from 6-7:30, Walker Community Room
Quilts reveal much about their maker and her life. See the vintage quilts and explore the stories contained in the fabric and the stitches. Learn useful information to help you date quilts from 1870-1970.
Contemporary Quilts: Building on our Past
June 11 from 6-7:30, Henry Board Room
Today’s quilt makers still play with fabric-from feed sacks to batiks to hand dyed fabrics. The many avenues of piecing, applique and quilting all offer challenges to anyone intrigued by fabric. We quilters explore this broad range of quilting territory with quilts that range from traditional to political to whimsical to outrageous. Come see what we are sewing today.
Memory & Scrapbook Quilts: Historical Documents, Personal Mementos
June 18 from 6-7:30, Walker Community Room
View quilts with vivid stories and colorful characters. Memory quilts may contain photo transfer pictures of family and friends, cartoon segments, favorite t-shirts, etc. Scrapbook quilts include souvenirs and artifacts from our lives. Think how your own memories could be translated into fabric.
Sew Your Own Log Cabin Block: Create with Needle, Thread and Fabric Scraps
June 25 from 6-7:30, Walker Community Room
Bring your tools (including a pincushion and scissors). We will provide equipment and fabric, encouragement and instruction following a short display of log cabin quilts. Beginners welcome.
Quilt Display – A Quilt Walk: A Story of Piecing Memories
May 30 – July 30
Reading Room, 2nd Floor FPL
The display is free and open to the public.
About Paula Mariedaughter
Paula is an avid quilt maker and amateur historian. She has been collecting vintage textiles since the early 1970s and has taught quilting in the area for nineteen years. She has a political science degree from Maryville College located in the mountains of east Tennessee where she first developed her interest in homesteading skills. Her presentations always include props and artifacts from earlier eras as well as her collection of quilts with “personality”. Paula currently teaches quilting classes at Lonesome Pine Quilts, located 16 miles southeast of Fayetteville on Highway 16E.
See her website and classes at http://paulamariedaughter.com/