Monday, March 14, 2016
February 27, 2016 -- PTQ Meeting Minutes
Saturday, February 27, 2016 -- PTQ meeting minutes
Vice President Karen A. called the meeting to order at 9:35.
A brief report on Lauren and her dad was given.
The results of the email voting for Fall Gathering projects were given. The bags made from fat quarters and the row marker pins have been the top vote earners. Carol brought fat quarters to begin work on the bag project at sit-n-sew today. Gwen is in process of organizing the supplies order for the row marker pins.
Suggestion was made that projects not selected could be made and donated as door prizes or for the silent auction.
Fall Gathering T-shirts: Marianne brought the catalog for ordering T Shirts. Three button collared shirts are available. The guild discussed purchasing the “penny” type smock apron with small ties on each side as used in retail settings. Suggestion was made that a dozen of these be ordered, imprinted, and placed in the guild supplies to be used by members for any events. Karen appointed Marianne and Naomi to come before the guild with a presentation for a vote.
Personal Quilt Goals for 2016 sheets are due by March 26. List 3 goals you set for yourself for the year and if you complete them, your name goes in the pot for the drawing. Goals can be anything from unfinished quilts you want to complete, a new quilt you want to make, organizing a craft space, or learning a new technique. Cost to participate in this challenge is $5.
Report on Linda D. recovery from stroke. Sandi reported a projected date to go home is March 15. Sue Skipper had a card for all to send well wishes. Donations were made to cover flowers.
Karen reminded us that during our guild March 12 meeting we will have Nancy Losier(SP??) presenting a demonstration she calls, “An Easier Way to Piece Joseph’s Coat.”
New member, Pat H. from Shuqualak. She is a lifetime friend of Linda B. and enjoys hand quilting.
Gwen passed out save the date fliers for the Mickey Depre July 18 – 19 Starkville classes sponsored by MQA.
Show and tell.