We showed case "Hawaiian Quilting History and Method" by Carrie Fondi in our August meeting.
BOM: July Tall Ship block shared by Betty Fessler and Renee Schultz-Hein
2023 Mystery Quilt completed by (from left to right): Shirley Liskey, Pam Ayle, Gail Coyle, Barbara Peebles, Gretchen Moore, Renee Schultz-Hein, Marj Sweeney, Shery Loewen
Show & Tell: Rebecca Scroggins, Marjean Evans, Nanette Ettinger, Linda Morrison, Christy Thompson, and Kathy Davidson
Mel Beach was our speaker for the month of July. We got to see her amazing quilts focus on free motion quilting as a painting with threads.
Mystery quilt partially completed by Suzanne Hoyt, Renee Schultz-Hein, Shirley Liskey, and Barbara Peebles
Show & Tell: Rich Scroggins , Kathy Davidson, and Lianna Burger
In the June meeting, we had Kim Bromwell for a speaker and workshop. Her trunk show was whimsical and fun to watch.
Show & Tell:
Marj Sweeney, Shery Loewen, Suzanne Hoyt, Rebecca Scroggins, Shirley Liskey, Martha De Leon
This month we celebrated the guild's birthday. We had a great feast and thank you to all the ladies who shared their yummy food! Our speaker of the month was Coleen Granger. She came back to us to share her wonderful stories, sense of humor, and amazing art works. The topic of Coleen's lecture was "Playing with Precuts - It's about a variety of ways to use precut packs." The Sunday class with Coleen was on "Ninja Star + other Granger's UFO". Students learned to make Ninja Star using paper piecing technique.
Show and Tell:
Kerry Hansing, Rebecca Scroggins, Betty Fessler, Linda Morrison, Kathy Davidson, Nanette Ettinger, Phillis Tapia, Pat Dandy
A sneak-peak to the work-in-progress of 2023 opportunity quilt, "Storm of the Sea", presented by Shirley Liskey and Rene Schultz-Hein
Contributors: Shirley Liskey, Rene Schultz-Hein, Barbara Peebles, Pam Ayle, Jane Alameda, Gail Coyle, Gretchen Moore, Shery Loewen, Marj Sweeney.
We had Julie Curry as a lecturer in our April meeting. Julie's specialty is creating and teaching scrappy quilts. Julie had shared her colorful journey as a scrappy quilter, described various types and styles of scrappy quits, and shared her special secrets to success which she had learned over the decades. The Sunday workshop with Julie was how to make scrappy Pineapple quilt block
Show and Tell
Great art works were shared by Linda Morrison, Terry Caselton, Chrisy Bengston, Lianna Burger, and Gretchen Moore.
Block #9 "The Mandolin Player"
We were lucky to have Kerry Hershey, one of our guild's member, an expert quilter, and teacher of 30 years to share her trunk show before she moves to Montana. All her quilts were beautiful with fascinating stories. Our best wish to Kerry and her family with the move.
Show & Tell:
Great art works done by Betty Fessler, Kathy Davidson, Lynn Goos, Kyndell Phels, Nanette Ettinger, Linda Morrison, Christy Bengston, Tina Maldonado, Daphne Alexander, Marj Sweeney, Gretchen Moore
Block of the Month from January - March
The feature in our February meeting was "Round Robin Demonstration". Four 15-20 minutes demonstrations given by the experts in our Guild:
Class offered on Sunday at Scott’s Valley Women’s Club was on UFO's where members bring projects they are working on and Jane Alameda and Marj Sweeney will be there to help. Gretchen More was there if anyone wants to make 3-D flowers.
Show & Tell: by Quepha Arnold and Cynthia Martelle
We had a great start of the new 2022 year on Saturday, 01/08/2022 meeting. We are back to the Lakeport Senior Center which seems cozier and nicer with the full kitchen accommodation. This month , we had a wonderful and inspiring speaker Sandra L. Mollon. She is a textile artist, instructor, author, and designer. Her lecture was “Adapting an Image for an Art Quilt” . The presentation was part trunk show and part power point lecture showing how to choose photos to work from, posterization of images, and finally the nuts and bolts of assembly and quilting. Below are some of her works.
The skill day with Sandra was on Sunday, January 9, 2022 on the subject “Thread Painting”. Participants were given a choice of images printed on fabric, and using free motion thread play, the image is covered in stitches to make a wonderful thread painted art project suitable for framing or other sewing projects. The class was amazing with great techniques. Everyone had fun and learned a lot.
January 2022 Show and Tell shared by Suzanne Lee, and Jane Ahrens.
After over 10 months of Zoom meetings, we are finally able to meet in person starting in July this year. It was wonderful to see those who showed at our monthly meetings!!! We also had a Christmas party in December, Saturday 12/11/2021, with a nice feast, gifts exchange and it was a blast.
Our guild member makes and donates baby quilt to all babies born at Adventist Health Hospital in Clearlake. This year, we have been giving out 10-15 baby quilts each month and we received wonderful thank you notes from baby quilt recipients.
Here is the slide show featuring art works done by members from this month Show & Tell.
Our monthly Treasure Chest Raffle activity.
Our active guild is filled with talented quilters who love to share their love of quilting. This is the place to see and share what we are up to.