February 10th, 2019 General Meeting
Catonsville Public Library
Annual membership guild dues are to be paid on/before Feb 28th. Our membership in the national guild must be updated in early March. You must pay on time to be included in the emailings for meeting information and workshop registration. You can pay by check made out to Baltimore Modern Quilt Guild and handed or mailed to Jane Schiemer (treasurer) ... or by PayPal to Baltimore Modern Quilt Guild. As voted on last winter, annual dues are now $50 (of which $35 goes to national).
Our chapter's retreat is set up with a date (October 3 - 6, 2019) and place (Pearlstone Retreat Center, Reisterstown, MD). We have arranged a time spread of Thursday afternoon after 4 p.m. through Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m. This will allow for more day pass attendees on the weekend.
The March meeting will include a lecture by Jackie Gehring; workshop with her is planned for the Saturday before the meeting. Registration will open later this week.
The May meeting is the designated time for the Members Only workshop. This year it will be a sewing day for paper piecing the guild’s crab logo. In May our meeting date is traditionally the third Sunday (Mothers Day is the second Sunday). This year’s members only workshop should be held on Saturday, May 18th. Watch for more details.
In June we have Chawne Kimber teaching. We are thinking of holding this in conjunction with a local art college of some kind as Chawne is a recognized artist. This will require advertising, etc. The program committee is working on details.
Since we had no meeting in January, there was extensive Show and Tell today. Also, the members present sorted out by membership number. If you choose to participate in the Name Tag Swap, longer term members will be swapping with newer members. Watch for details.
There were some results shown from 2018 and older
guild projects, bees, workshops, etc.:
Phyllis Cook participated in the mystery quilt project in 2017.
She made her blocks into pillows for a friend.
These are two of the four results.
These folks made tops and quilts as the result of Bee projects.
Phyllis, Rose and Marcia shared the baskets they made
at the 2018 retreat from donated TimTex materials/pattern.
These are two of the many projects made as a
result of workshops offered by the guild last year.
Pam Fischer recently finished this quilt in a beginning class.
Gayne Barlow-Kemper has been finishing projects recently,
including items for her grand-daughter. She will be practicing English
Paper Piecing on her coming vacation to the West Coast.
Dianna Bear designed an iPhone/iPad prop
pillow and an appliqued tree wall hanging.
Pat Simrell finished two quilts - one with Kaffe Fassett style
floral prints and the other a Christmas tree sampler.
Claire Allen quilted a sampler (from Bee blocks?).
Denise Fedde completed a block of the month quilt from
Springwater Designs and a baby quilt for friends.
M J Snyder made a quilt for Comfort Cases and
a quilt for her grandson's birthday.
Diana Morraye made a wonky Christmas tree quilt.
Diana Fertsch finished a beginning quilt from cool colored batiks.
Kate Lane bought an antique YoYo top and finished another TShirt quilt.
Mary Sloat is working on an Arches quilt and made
a Sloth quilt for her grandson.
Sarah Lefebvre made a tote bag, a new name tag for herself and a mini quilt.
Laura Baltatzis quilted a Twister 'board' and a Checker 'board' for her family.
I (Linda Schiffer) completed Summer 2018, a daily temperature quilt.
Susan Brightman finished a black and white print sampler quilt.
Rebecca Nichols finished a number of quilts with her new longarm setup.
Kathy Schwabeland has also been finishing projects, some of
them started in workshops or exchanges in our guild.
Mary Thomas made an Everyday Clutch, a bargello
quilt and a sample of our Chapter Logo.
Rebecca Severt finished a quilt started in a Becky Goldsmith class.
Rebecca Rusch finished a Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt.
Ruthie Gumnitzky shared a quilted table runner.
Jane Schiemer made a professional tote.
Summer Rankin made a quilted tea post cosy.
Rose Daley made a quilted Jelly Roll Rug for her husband.
Photos taken and post written by Linda Schiffer.
Please report errors and such to me directly.
My apologies for any of the same!
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