We last met on July 21st at 10 a.m. also at the Jimmie B. Keel library, with seven members in attendance. It was a great meeting, where we discussed upcoming meeting plans, various challenges and goings-on in the modern quilting world, as well as had a brief sew-and-share before the Sew Day.
Don't forget our Name Tag challenge is wrapping up at our next meeting - be sure to bring your finished name tag for a chance to win a prize!
Mark your calendar for these other challenges and goings-on:
a. Salt Lake Modern Quilt guild – EZ Dresden challenge
i. Link up your quilt/project using Dresden wedges in some way between September 1-9, awesome prizes in various categories
ii. For more info, check: http://www.slmqg.com/ez-dresden-challenge/
b. DC Modern Quilt Guild – 100 Quilts for Kids charity drive
i. Make a baby or toddler sized quilt and donate it to an organization in the community, like Ronald MacDonald House, local military support organization, homeless shelters, etc.
1. Then after you donate, you can link up your finished quilt online for a chance to win some great prizes!
ii. For more info, check: http://www.swimbikequilt.com/
c. QuiltCon block challenge
i. Using the colors of the QuiltCon logo, make a block, to be used as a part of a quilt(s) for Austin Children’s Shelter or possibly for a quilt to be raffled off at QuiltCon in February.
ii. Blocks should be 12 ½” tall x the width of your choice. That could mean 12 ½” x 5”, 12 ½” x 24”, or anything wider, more narrow, or in between. Be creative!
iii. Deadline: August 15th
i. The Modern Quilt Guild is holding its first conference February 21-24 in Austin, TX, with Denyse Schmidt as the keynote speaker.