Calling All PTQG Members! All blocks will be made for the Quilts of Valor Foundation It is my wish that every PTQG member will make at least ONE quilt block to go towards a quilt of comfort for those who fought for our freedom. How do you play? It’s so simple! 1. You can enter either as a chapter or as an individual. 2. We are looking for 12 ½” unfinished quilt blocks made with ¼” seam allowance. These can be made in any technique, but remember most of these blocks made into quilts will probably get a lot of use. 3. Use only patrioticFind out more »
Saturday, April 7, 9:30AM - 3:30 PM 1st Congo Church 19 Gloucester Hill Rd. New Gloucester, ME 04260 Modern Quilts Exhibit Demonstrations Education about the Modern Quilt Movement Handmade Items For Sale Make-n-Take Activities Delicious Food Raffle! Win a Wheeled Utility Cart Filled With Goodies FMI visit MaineModernQuilters.com or contact email@example.com Suggested donation $5. Hosted by Maine Modern Quilters: a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild and The Modern Quilt Guild.Find out more »
Lunch will be available. Button & Seaglass Jewelry - Half Square Quilt Shop - Footprints Quilt Shoppe - AcuEdge Sharpening (Bring your Scissoes)
Salad Bar Supper
Donations of pet supplies of food, paper towels, ect. for Animal Shelters
Program: Trunk Show by members of Lakeside Quilters
Vendor: Bolt from Cornish, Maine
Members encouraged to bring Show and Tell
Admission: $3.00 and two 2 1/2 x wof strips
Speaker: Sarah Carpenter - Art Quilts
There will be finger foods, door prizes, show-n-tell.
If you bring in a 12 1/2" bird block, you may go home with a flock of them!
RSVP by March 31 through your Area 4 Chapter or to Kennebec Valley Quilters at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-588-9102
APRIL 21 & 22, 2018 ROWE SCHOOL, 52 SCHOOL ST., YARMOUTH, MAINE Hours: Saturday, April 21, 2018, 10am to 4pm Sunday, April 22, 2018, 11am to 3pm DISPLAY: 100+ Maine-Made Quilts and Quilted Items RAFFLE: Themed Baskets and Handmade Items VENDORS: Fabric and Needlecraft Items BARGAINS: Pre-Owned Fabric, Books and Supplies DEMOS: Needlecraft Techniques Wall art, home decor, children's quilts, traditional & modern bed quilts, military veterans' quilts, needlecraft bargains and unique gifts -- this event has something for everyone to enjoy. Easy parking and handicapped accessible, all displays and shopping are on one level in a spacious, comfortable environment. DIRECTIONS: TakeFind out more »
Guest Speaker - Donna Gillis. She will explain her process for making quilts especially memory quilts.
Lunch will be provided.
Rather than bringing a quilt block, they are asking for donations for the Homeless Shelter for Women and Families in Rumford.
They could use the following items:
Aluminum foil, Ziplock bags, Trash bags, Plastic wrap, Household cleaning products, Canned goods--non-perishable foods, Quilts, Towels-bath and kitchen, Washcloths, Deodorant-male and female, Body wash, Razors-male and female, Toothpaste, Hairbrushes and combs, Diapers-size 3 and up, Baby wipes, Baby powder, Baby lotion, Baby blankets.
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Pine Tree Quilters’ Guild Members’ Meeting, at Thomas College, Waterville, April 28, at 10:00 a.m. Pine Tree Quilters’ Guild Members’ Meeting, (April 28) invites Robin Long for a lecture. Also Workshops, April 27 & 29, at locations listed on Registration form. Did you make a New Year’s resolution to learn a new technique in 2018? Do you love the Mariner’s Compass block, but just think that it looks too hard? Do you want a break from paper piecing? Perhaps you just want to make an “Oh, WOW!!!” quilt for someone or something special? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then opportunity awaits! RobinFind out more »
Theme: The Enchantment of Katahdin
Raffle: Queen Size Quilt “Enchanted Pond”
Raffle: Painting by Sandra Troutt
Vendors, Sale Table and Coffee & Sweets
Booth by Maine Quilts of Valor
For more information contact Linda Labby, @ email@example.com
Come straight into town, take your first left after the 2 nd set of street lights. Signs will be out.Find out more »
May 19, Saturday – 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and May 20, Sunday – 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Where: Farmington Grange Hall 124 Bridge Street, West Farmington (rte 43 west) Next to the Post office Quilt show with 200 quilts will feature quilts made by Patricia Libby. Raffle quilt is made by Lucy Sorensen titled "My Husbands' Favorite" - 69 x 69. Winner of the raffle quilt will be drawn at 2:45 pm on Sunday. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5 For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »