Hospitality - Havasu Stitchers →
Hospitality - Havasu Stitchers →
An Affiliate of the Arizona Quilters Guild volume 25, Number 7 July, 2018 PRESIDENT’S CORNER—CATHY GEER Hospitality PLEASE SIGN UP TO BRING SNACKS TO THE GENERAL MEETINGS! WE ALL LOVE TO SAMPLE A COOKIE OR BAR DURING THE BREAK! HOW ABOUT OFFERING TO BAKE OR PICK THEM UP THEM IN OCTOBER? Judy Pedersen & Carolyn Walters See You At: Havasu Stitchers Chapter Meeting Thursday, July 12, 2018...6;30pm Quality Inn - Lake Havasu City, AZ Agenda: 6:30 PM - Call Meeting To Order Approval of Minutes of June 14, 2018 Meeting Membership - Welcome Guests & New Members...”Old” Members Too! Social Experience - It’s Always a Surprise !
Treasurer’s Report Education Report Committee Reports Old Business New Business Tips & Tricks - “Quick & Easy Cord Keeper” 50/50 Drawing Demos...Previously Known as “Wound Wobbin” • Judy Pederson - “Mitered Borders” Break 50/50 Drawing Show & Tell Meeting Adjourns - 8 PM ish Keep Your Face To The Sunshine & You Cannot See a Shadow...Helen Keller
2 What’s Inside … Page President’s Corner 1 Library/Guild Information 2 Membership/Birthdays 3-5 New Members/B-Days/Belated B-Days 6 Quilt Documentation/BOF Quilt Show 7 Community Outreach/Brown Bag Challenge/ Ways-Means 8 Past Meeting Minutes 9 Calendar of the Month 10 Christmas Party Flyer 11 Quilting At The Lake Information 12 Meeting Highlights Member Vendors Information 13-17 18-19 Library Victoria Frances Havasu Stitchers Quilt Guild P. O. Box 2875 Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86405 is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the art and education of quilting. Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.HavasuStitchers.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/havasustitchers General Meetings held on the second Thursday of every month, 6:30 PM, Quality Inn 271 S. Lake Havasu Avenue, Lake Havasu City, AZ Board Meetings are held the first Thursday of every month, 4:30 PM At the library The Dangling Thread is a monthly publication of the Havasu Stitchers available on the website and distributed to members via email.
Editor: Marti Layne TRANSITION HOUSE Dottie Holman will be collecting donations for the Transition House at the General Meeting. Please bring your toiletry items and help your community! Officers for 2018/2019 President : Cathy Geer First VP Education : Mindy Hoium 2nd VP Membership: Karen Bock/Barbara Smith Treasurer: Deanna Pepe Secretary: Sherri Ashford/Mary Beth Peters DONATIONS Please keep the Guild in mind when you declutter your sewing area! National Quilt Day is looking for items for the garage sale! Dear Stitchers, Your Library Table will be open at the July meeting! Please stop by and see all the goodies we have for you!
3 We value your membership . Have you renewed? As you might know there are two portions to a current membership. Arizona Quilt Guild is the main guild and their fee is $25 to renew AND Havasu Stitchers has a fee of $10. Forms are at- tached for your convenience. Please renew prior to June 30, 2018. There is a late fee starting July 1, 2018. See the membership table at the meeting on June 14th, , with any questions. We will have forms there too. Happy Stitching, Membership
4 MEMBERSHIP DUES RENEWAL PROCESS Please be aware that there are two parts to the annual membership dues pay- ment process, as indicated below. Step One: To renew Havasu Stitcher’s portion of the dues, please complete the form provided. The fee is $10.00 annually and can be paid at the meetings (via cash or check) or mailed to: Havasu Stitchers, PO Box 2875, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86406-2875. Step Two: To renew AQG’s portion of the dues, please go online to arizonaquilt- ersguild.com and follow the prompts. You can sign up as a new or a renewing member. This is a simple process. Also, if you don’t remember your password just follow those prompts and your password can be updated and/or changed online. It only takes a few minutes. Help is available from JoAnn Rice, AQG Membership Chair at 480-515-9190 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org, please leave your name and number and she will call you back.
AQG fees are as follows: $30.00 for new members $25.00 for renewing members $30.00 for late renewing members $25.00 for Havasu Stitchers Charter Members $0.00 for new/renewing Youth Members (under 16) – AQG gets $10 paid by Havasu Stitchers **Please pay both portions of your dues by June 30th to avoid late fees. Starting July 1, the late fee is imposed. Thank you and let us know if we can assist you. Havasu Stitchers - Membership
6 WE WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME THESE NEW MEMBERS TO HAVASU QUILTERS! SANDY WILLIAMS JONE RENOE BARBARA CURTIN-BOYCE Please take a moment at our July meeting and say hello, and make them welcome And so glad they joined! Nancy Fickey 7/1 Charlene Steinhoff 7/1 Zola Staurt 7/2 Nancy Reed 7/5 Ildiko Dancs 7/6 Dannell Lee 7/7 Bette Carbone 7/10 Rebecca Paris 7/11 Bev Bronson 7/13 Linda Kjorsstad 7/13 Deanna Pepe 7/16 HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THESE STITCHERS! Membership Karen Bock/Barbara Smith Lanae Spellman-Douglas 7/16 Shauna Martin 7/17 Bonnie Johnson 7/19 Sherry Schulenburg 7/19 Janet Nash 7/20 Jerry Liliethal 7/24 Terri Madsen 7/20 Jane Galea 7/27 Gail Kaplenski 7/27 Patti Larson 7/27 June Birthday Members! Judy Bartlett 6/1 Lou Ann Rawls 6/5 Joanne Mill 6/17 Janet Condon 6/26 Maurine Gray 6/3 Patti Gillen 6/6 Tess Armstrong/Harp 6/18 Barbara Masden 6/29 Donna Rhyner 6/4 Bonnie Fryer 6/7 Darlene Eliasson 6/23 June Trubia 6/30 Sherri Ahrens 6/5 Loretta Frilot 6/8 Pat Engen 6/23 Judy Justus 6/5 Ellie Scarmardo 6/9 Leslie Stocket 6/23 Louise Moser 6/5 Linda Whitford 6/13 Linda Nosal 6/24
7 QUILT DOCUMENTATION Linda Visnaw Quilt documentation will be on the 3rd MONDAY of Each Month… Beginning at 1 PM at Copper Canyon Quilt shop. Please call and reserve your date and pick up your required paperwork at the quilt shop be- forehand, It is anticipated that the committee will be able to document about 4 quilts per month. Thank you to Copper Canyon Quilts for their ongoing help. Quilt Documentation News: There will be no documentation in July and August. Contact Linda Lahan, email@example.com , or set up your appointment at the meeting. Sunshine Joan Wurster Please let the Sunshine Chairman know if you would like to have a card sent to one of our members. Please put Sunshine Lady in the Re: section of the e-mail.
“Nothing truly stops you. Nothing truly holds you back. For your own will is always within your control. Sickness may challenge your body. But are you merely your body? Lameness may impede your legs. But you are not merely your legs. Your will is bigger than your legs. Your will needn’t be affected by an incident unless you let it.” ~ Epictetus Quilt Show Committee Meeting Meets every 3rd Thursday of each moth at Copper Canyon Quilting at 4pm. All are welcome to come and see how the Show is progressing.
Come help us out!
8 Community Outreach Our goal: To share our love of sewing and help people in our community. Mona Bolen/Linda Higuera BUY RAFFLE TICKETS AT THE MEETING & WIN FUN PRIZE BASKETS OR 50/50 MONEY! Remember, it only takes one ticket to win! WAYS AND MEANS We are a group of caring quilters who gather once a month to create useful, needed and function- al items to reach out to our care homes to help the guests enjoy the late years of their lives. We invite all Guild Members to join us : We will be meeting this month on July 18, 2018 9:00 am At Fabrics Unlimited 2089 W. Acoma Blvd Here Is My Brown Bag Challenge The Brown Bag Challenge is underway. You have 4 months to choose your 4 fat quarters going into your Brown Bag. Do you have a favorite color scheme such as blue & white, pastel shades of Easter, or Christmas. What about the 4th of July or the warm colors of Autumn? The fabric choice is yours in this challenge. Melody Myers
9 Past Meeting Minutes Havasu Stitchers General Meeting Minutes June 14, 2018 - Quality Inn The meeting was called to order by President Cathy Geer at 6:30 p.m. Motion to approve the May 10, 2018 minutes made by Victoria Frances; second by Lisa Mousel; motion carried. President Cathy Geer called for all guests to rise and had them introduce themselves. Called for number of members present and 60 members with 2 new members. Cathy then shared “Generational Truths” with the group. We were all asked to use the website and Cathy gave kudos to Kevin Cabbage for the great revamp- ing of the site. Cathy then read a thank you the Havasu Stitchers received from “Child Help”. She then shared a “Tip/Trick” for all of us using your acrylic machine table and the flashlight on your phone to have an instant light box. Cathy did an introduction around the room introducing the different committees and the vendors present.
Treasurer Report given by President, Cathy Geer. Announced that the Havasu Stitchers had $15,925 avail- able to the guild. Quilting at the Lake Chairman Linda Visnaw announced that registration was open for QAL and the com- mittee was giving a free class away to the member that brought in the most outside signups for classes at QAL; this will run from this meeting to October meeting. Linda also announced that at each meeting the team would highlight one teacher on the roster for Quilting at the Lake. A power point presentation on the entire event will be done at the August meeting.
Group was given a break for visiting the different committees and vendors. Meeting called back to order. President Cathy Geer then turned the meeting over to the two demo presenters, Phyllis Barton on Borders and Bindings and the Sheri Lilienthal with AccuQuilt Cutters. Winners of the 50/50 prizes were Pat Stumpf and Donna Rhymer. President Cathy Geer brought the meeting back to order from the demos and started show and tell. There were 9 presenters of some fabulous quilts. Motion to adjourn made by Lisa Mousel and second by Roberta Simpkins. Meeting adjourned at 8:02. Respectfully submitted, Sherri M. Ashford, Co-Secretary
10 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 Havasu Stitchers Board Meeting 4:00pm Copper Canyon Quilting 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Havasu Stitchers Gen. Meeting 6:30 Quality Inn 13 14 15 16 17 18 Community Out- reach 9:00am Fabric Unlimited 19 Quilt Show Meeting 4:00pm Copper Canyon Quilting 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 July 2018
12 QAL Information For more information and register goto www.HavasuStitcher.com Questions? QAL2018@gamil.com
13 Meeting Highlights 2018-2019 President, Cathy Geer, calls the meeting to order... GUILD COMMITTIES WERE WELL REPRESENTED ! MEMBERSHIP HOSPITALITY QUILTING AT THE LAKE
14 Meeting Highlights THE LOCAL QUILT SHOPS WERE IN ATTENDANCE COPPER CANYON QUILTING & EDGE TO EDGE QUILTING HAVASU QUILTS SEW WHAT QUILTING CABBAGE PATCH QUILTING THE MEETING INCLUDED SOME WONDERFUL DEMO’S FROM PHYLLIS BARTON & SHERI LILLENTHAL of FABRIC’S UNLIMITED Sheri demonstrate for the group how the Accuquilt worked, and how transportable it is. Jut look at the amazing cuts this handy little machine is capable of doing!
15 PHYLLIS BARTON SPOKE ABOUT BORDERS! YOU COULD HEAR A PIN DROP...THE INFORMATION SHE SHARED WAS SO INTERSTING!
16 MIGHT AS WELL STAY IN A SEW! JUST LIKE THESE FOLKS DID FOR SHOW AND TELL... Kevin Cabbage Showed us 3 quilted treasures! Nancy Peterson Shirley Rogers Nancy Fickey
17 WE HAD SO MANY GIFTED QUILTER’S YOU JUST HAVE TO SEE THEM ALL! Janet Condon Audrey King was busy! Eileen Johnson Janie Steele Ann Creek Sue Austin
18 Thanks to our member venders ...
19 Thanks to our member venders...