I am usually not one to toot my own horn, but don’t know if anyone from the guild went to the fair. Anyway, thought you might want to put on the blog that one of our members won the People’s Choice Award at the fair. That would be me, Ginger Dale.
Very interesting the difference between a quilt show and the state fair. Whole different audience!! There were about 150 quilts displayed and over 1000 votes cast. Most of the remarks given on my quilt were they appreciated story of the quilt and they liked being able to see the state flowers from where they have lived, etc.
If you would like more information or enter a quilt please go to Fab @ Fifty: Celebrating 50 Years of the Annual Quilt Show! at the Old Aurora Colony Museum
15018 2nd St NE, Aurora, OR 97002
Old Aurora Colony entry form. I will bring the information to the General Meeting on October 13th. The Show starts October 14th and ends October 23rd.
Special speaker, Peggy Gelbrich, showing her trunk of many lovely quilts!
Members Show & Tell
Jean Amundson showing her all state flower quilt!
Diane Tillotson shares her wall hanging quilt of cherries for sale!
Lisa Taylor displays her Halloween Quilt that was darling!
Jan Hoffman and Kathy Lambrecht were winners in the Quilters Surprise! drawing.
Block of the Month winner…Bette Talmage, congrats!
Peggy Gelbrich Glorious Clam Workshop showing layouts
Layout for a Quilt
A layout for a table runner
Another layout for a table runner
We are still looking for help on the workshop and program committee. If you can help even with some of the meetings or workshops let me know. It takes a village or many hands make light the work with this committee. The more people we have helping the easier it will be. We will train and you get to pick the workshops and programs, how fun. We have many resources for programs and workshops too.
Peggy Gelbrich wanted everyone to know that this pattern is called Magic of Winter Sampler by Jason Yenter. It is an older pattern booklet and might be hard to find. I can’t remember who asked for this for this pattern name so will have this for the blog.
Finishing School will be meeting on Thu. Sep. 22 from 10am to 4pm at the Carriage House at the Lincoln County Historical Museum at 545 SW 9th St., Newport.
It is a great time to work on a project without being interrupted. You may bring your machine or hand work we will have an iron there for you to use. You may come at any time and stay as long as you like. Bring a sack lunch or go out whatever you would rather do. It is also a great way to get to know other guild members and get help on a project that you need advice on.
A fun time is had by all.
Please help me find an open box of finished quilt blocks plus other important information, which was on the table @ the general meeting with 2 veteran quilts. Somehow the box of veterans blocks went missing. We seriously need them returned please. Just let me know & I can meet u or pick them up. I appreciate it.
Rose Shaw 541-961-2959.
To read the Aug. 2022 Board Meeting Minutes click here
We have 6 open spots available for anyone wishing to join us Jan. 31st – Feb. 3rd, 2023 for the OCQG Retreat. Please notify, either Gail Chipman or Patti Stephens (Co-Chairs) if interested in filling one of the spots. If you have any questions, as a member already signed up or as someone considering signing up, contact Gail Chipman at 541-602-7760 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The 6 available spots are now open to non-members/guests. It will be a “first come first serve” at this point.
**$50 Deposit (if not already paid) will be due on or before the September meeting 9/8/22. If you won’t be attending the meeting in person, be sure to mail your
check to either Gail or Patti by 9/8/22.
**Your unpaid balance (if not already paid) is due on or before the December meeting 12/8/22.
We are all looking forward to a full and very fun retreat. Since last year was cancelled, we are overdue for a wonderful time at the Oregon Gardens Retreat.
Gail & Patti
The 2023 Raffle Quilt Committee would like to gather bids on quilting next year’s raffle quilt. It is about 78” square. The guild will provide a wide-back backing and a Quilter’s Dream Request batting. Please suggest the following: type and color(s) of thread you propose to use, whether the quilting will be semi-custom or all custom, an approximate finish date, your designs, and the cost. Have I forgotten something important?
These photos from my design wall aren’t very good and are just intended to give you a basic idea of the quilt. (Storm at Sea blocks, graduated shades of teal.) If you’d like to see the quilt in person, you can come to my house, to a Bayshore Friday, or we can meet somewhere else—just let me know!
Thanks in advance on behalf of the 2023 Raffle Quilt Committee: Georgia Sabourin, Meralee Wilson, Darcy de la Rosa and me. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Regards, Jean Amundson
To read the Aug. 2022 General Meeting Minutes click here
This quilt was made from squares bought at the Boutique just 10 days ago at the Quilt Show. She wanted to thank the person that sold the squares and share the quilt.