Thursday, September 5, 2019

September Newslatter



The Purpose of this organization shall be to create, stimulate and maintain an interest in all matters pertaining to the making of quilts; and to establish and promote educational endeavors through quilts.

September 16, 2019
Parkview Church of Christ
1912 Burbank Rd.
Wooster, OH  44691

You should have received several e-mails from me about the Mt. Hope Show.  Tree City has a booth to promote our 2020 quilt show plus several members entered quilts.  The Show is Sept. 5-7.  You can check Amish Country Quilt Festival on line for more information. 

Also several guild members will be appearing at the Wayne County Fair, not on the stage in front of the grandstand but in the Grange Rotunda on Sept. 11, at 1pm.  Please come out to support the guild.  Good to see members in the audience.

Please be thinking about the Christmas Party and plan to attend.  We will be having a sign up sheet so we have an idea of how many to plan for.  December only a few months away. 



 
2019 Monthly Programs

January_ Introduction of Officers and Challenges for the year
February- Brent Golias Physical Therapist
March- Brandy Warthman Quilts of Valor
 April- Carloyn Mann- Art quilts
May- Karen Benke The Little Red Quilt House
June-Picnic
July-Ugly Fabric Challenge due
August- Quilting skills workshop 
September-
October- Last minute gifts and ornaments
November-Election of Officers, vote for QOTY
December- Christmas Party

Quilters-  If you have signed up for the Labyrinth Walk class on September 28 - I made a HUGE mistake on the cutting instructions.  Please change the thirty 1 1/2 inch strips to 1 and 1/4 inch strips.  I'm sorry.  I hope none of you have already cut these.  
Laura Nolletti



I just received a letter and some flyers from NEORQC with information about the 2020 NEORQC Getaway for February 14-16, 2020 in Boardman, Ohio.  The Getaway is called "Quilting is My Super Power", and Laura Nolletti is one of the instructors.  Registration begins August 1, 2019.  Do you think we should send a separate announcement, or include it in the next newsletter?  I have brochures to take to the next meeting.  There is information on the internet at www.neorqconline.orgwith the class descriptions. Judy Mallonn (I had forwarded above earlier.  Thanks Ruth)

 I would just remind members to keep working on their
challenges and quilts for the show! It's less than a year away!
Have a creative day! Jeri

       Following, from Mary Mahoney on show committee, about entering items from the various classes offered by the Tree City. Quilt Guild
It's a good idea to keep a list of the quilts you would like to submit for our 2020 quilt show.  Please note as well, if that quilt was made from a workshop you took with our guild.  We do have a category for workshop quilts and we'd like to keep them together at the show.  Here is a list of the 2018 workshops to help you remember what might qualify in this category:

Pat Hall's Rug class
Kay Nixon's Fabric bowl workshop
Laura Noletti's Convex Illusion class
Stacie Miller's Market Bag & Mary Mahoney's No Sew Gift Bag class
Laura Noletti's Paper Pieced Animal pattern workshop
Shirley Roger's 5 yard quilt 
Below List of upcoming shows

Quilt National, May 25 to September 22, Dairy Barn Arts Center, Athens



Willoughby Hills Quilt Guild, Quilt Exhibit & Reception, Friday, September 6, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Willoughby Hills Community Center, 35400 Chardon Road, Willoughby Hills

Streetsboro Quilt Guild 32nd Quilt Show, Friday & Saturday, October 4 - 5.  Friday 10 am - 6 pm, Saturday 10 am - 4 pm, Faith Baptist Church, 9890 St. Rt. 43 (at Frost Road), Streetsboro

Wildwood Quilt Gild Annual Quilt Show, Sunday, November 3, 10 am - 4 pm, Mentor Senior Center, 8484 Munson Rd., Mentor, benigarg@oh.rr.com

If you want to hold some of these until closer to the date, I would think that would be fine.


Workshops:

Hi, Quilters,
Here is the updated list for the upcoming workshops, including the Sew-Ins.
Save the date and there will be sign-up sheets at the meetings for upcoming classes.
Sally

Frank - May 4 - Bag - carry all Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4
Sew-In - Friday, May 17, Fireside Room, 9:30 - 4 (sew sale and machine quilting demo)
Sew-In - Saturday, July 13, Fellowship Hall, 9:30 - 4
Marilyn - Aug. 3, Machine Quilting on the home machine, Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4
Jeri - August 13 - quilt carrier, Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4
Laura - Sept. 28 - Labyrinth, Fellowship Hall, 9:00 - 4 - see above
Vicky - Nov. 9 - LeMoyne Star, Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4

The Monthly Ongoing Hand Workers will meet on the first Friday of each month from 9:00 to 11:50 at Parkview Christian Church, in the Fireside Room.  Meeting dates for 2019: Jan 4, Feb. 1, March 1, April 12, May 3, June 7, July 12, Aug. 2, Sept 6, Oct. 4, Nov. 1 and Dec 6.  (These dates are subject to change)  Join us and bring your handwork of any kind (no sewing machines) a small snack to share, and show and tell.  Guests are always welcome.  Contact Sally Kitchen at 330-345-5702 with any questions. 
               

ACCUCUT
Please see Ruth Bishop if you wish to use the guild’s AccuCut. 
 
QUILT SERVICES
Quilting by the MillSarah Bistline 10474 Old Mill Road, Spencer, Ohio 44275; 330-667-2257 or 330-606-6609.  You need to have your backing 4” longer and wider than your top.  Batting is available.  
 
barb’s Bobbin Box Sewing; Barb Byler; 239 Jane Drive, Smithville, Ohio 44677.  330-988-0992. Sewing for all your needs!  Free Motion and Computer Aided Quilting:Memory Bears; Pillows; Quilts; T-Shirt Quilts; Window Treatments; Home Decor.   Please give me a call.  
Canterberry Quilting;   Susan Bateman, 1809 Sherck Blvd., Wooster, Ohio, 44691.  PH:  720-260-3028, E-Mail:  canterberryquilting@gmail.com.   Hand-guided machine quilting.  Custom, Edge-to-Edge, etc.  

Lone Pine Quilting Services includes longarm machine quilting; binding, and repair services; Speciality Threads and Batting.  PH 330-466-3682, email lonepinequiltingservices@gmail.com. new member Barb Caperton. 
2019 officers
President, Kim Panter; V. President,  Marilyn Nisius;  Secretary, Mary Schultz;  Treasurer, Judy Mallonn
Members at Large;  Kennetta Sampsel, Staycie Miller 

Please note that minutes were sent to you earlier.  Let me know if you did not receive.  Thanks and keep on sewing and quilting.    Ruth

Thursday, August 8, 2019

August Newsletter


The Purpose of this organization shall be to create, stimulate and maintain an interest in all matters pertaining to the making of quilts; and to establish and promote educational endeavors through quilts.

August 12, 2019, 7PM
Parkview Church of Christ
1912 Burbank Rd.
Wooster, OH  44691


Happy Summer Fellow TCQers,
You know the old saying “Watch what you ask for, you just might get it”? Well we asked and asked for the rain to end and for our summer to begin and boy did it! The heat has been miserable. BUT the good part of that is I hope you stayed in and worked on your quilts for the quilt show. The show will be here before you know it and it is going to be a great one. 
 
I am getting ready for a trip to Florida, I leave July 26th and will be back on August 8th. I planned the dates this time, not my husband and so I WILL be here for the August meeting on the 12th. Speaking of that our guest speaker this month will come from a new quilt shop in Loudonville. It is called The Alabaster Mouse. It is located next door to Buzzards Shoe store and is more than just a quilt shop. They carry yarn, needle work, collectables and gifts.  I told them that they can vend if they wish and they will be doing that! So bring your allowance so that you can buy some of their beautiful fabrics!
 
I was made aware of this new shop during a retreat at the Millersburg Hotel where I learned how to make Black and white thread portraits with Teri Tope. It was a great weekend and the Hotel Millersburg Restaurant and Hotel were marvelous. If you ever get a chance to attend an event there I highly recommend it. Anyway, Marie White the owner of The Alabaster Mouse came and set up some vending and we were able to purchase her fabrics. She carries a good variety of batiks and reproduction fabrics. Also modern fabrics. 
 
I hope that your summer is going well and that you are finding a balance between enjoying the season and sewing. 
 
Kim
 
2019 Monthly Programs

January_ Introduction of Officers and Challenges for the year
February- Brent Golias Physical Therapist
March- Brandy Warthman Quilts of Valor
 April- Carloyn Mann- Art quilts
May- Karen Benke The Little Red Quilt House
June-Picnic
July-Ugly Fabric Challenge due
August- Quilting skills workshop 
September-
October- Last minute gifts and ornaments
November-Election of Officers, vote for QOTY
December- Christmas Party

Quilters-  If you have signed up for the Labyrinth Walk class on September 28 - I made aHUGE mistake on the cutting instructions.  Please change the thirty 1 1/2 inch ststrips to 1 and 1/4 inch strips.  I'm sorry.  I hope none of you have already cut these.  
Laura Nolletti



I just received a letter and some flyers from NEORQC with information about the 2020 NEORQC Getaway for February 14-16, 2020 in Boardman, Ohio.  The Getaway is called "Quilting is My Super Power", and Laura Nolletti is one of the instructors.  Registration begins August 1, 2019.  Do you think we should send a separate announcement, or include it in the next newsletter?  I have brochures to take to the next meeting.  There is information on the internet at www.neorqconline.orgwith the class descriptions. Judy Mallonn (I had forwarded above earlier.  Thanks Ruth)

 I would just remind members to keep working on their
challenges and quilts for the show! It's less than a year away!
Have a creative day! Jeri

       Following, from Mary Mahoney on show committee, about entering items from the various classes offered by the Tree City. Quilt Guild
It's a good idea to keep a list of the quilts you would like to submit for our 2020 quilt show.  Please note as well, if that quilt was made from a workshop you took with our guild.  We do have a category for workshop quilts and we'd like to keep them together at the show.  Here is a list of the 2018 workshops to help you remember what might qualify in this category:

Pat Hall's Rug class
Kay Nixon's Fabric bowl workshop
Laura Noletti's Convex Illusion class
Stacie Miller's Market Bag & Mary Mahoney's No Sew Gift Bag class
Laura Noletti's Paper Pieced Animal pattern workshop
Shirley Roger's 5 yard quilt 
Below List of upcoming shows

Quilt National, May 25 to September 22, Dairy Barn Arts Center, Athens



Willoughby Hills Quilt Guild, Quilt Exhibit & Reception, Friday, September 6, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Willoughby Hills Community Center, 35400 Chardon Road, Willoughby Hills

Streetsboro Quilt Guild 32nd Quilt Show, Friday & Saturday, October 4 - 5.  Friday 10 am - 6 pm, Saturday 10 am - 4 pm, Faith Baptist Church, 9890 St. Rt. 43 (at Frost Road), Streetsboro

Wildwood Quilt Gild Annual Quilt Show, Sunday, November 3, 10 am - 4 pm, Mentor Senior Center, 8484 Munson Rd., Mentor, benigarg@oh.rr.com

If you want to hold some of these until closer to the date, I would think that would be fine.


Workshops:

Hi, Quilters,
Here is the updated list for the upcoming workshops, including the Sew-Ins.
Save the date and there will be sign-up sheets at the meetings for upcoming classes.
Sally

Frank - May 4 - Bag - carry all Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4
Sew-In - Friday, May 17, Fireside Room, 9:30 - 4 (sew sale and machine quilting demo)
Sew-In - Saturday, July 13, Fellowship Hall, 9:30 - 4
Marilyn - Aug. 3, Machine Quilting on the home machine, Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4
Jeri - August 13 - quilt carrier, Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4
Laura - Sept. 28 - Labyrinth, Fellowship Hall, 9:00 - 4 - see above
Vicky - Nov. 9 - LeMoyne Star, Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4

The Monthly Ongoing Hand Workers will meet on the first Friday of each month from 9:00 to 11:50 at Parkview Christian Church, in the Fireside Room.  Meeting dates for 2019: Jan 4, Feb. 1, March 1, April 12, May 3, June 7, July 12, Aug. 2, Sept 6, Oct. 4, Nov. 1 and Dec 6.  (These dates are subject to change)  Join us and bring your handwork of any kind (no sewing machines) a small snack to share, and show and tell.  Guests are always welcome.  Contact Sally Kitchen at 330-345-5702 with any questions. 
               

ACCUCUT
Please see Ruth Bishop if you wish to use the guild’s AccuCut. 
 
QUILT SERVICES
Quilting by the MillSarah Bistline 10474 Old Mill Road, Spencer, Ohio 44275; 330-667-2257 or 330-606-6609.  You need to have your backing 4” longer and wider than your top.  Batting is available.  
 
barb’s Bobbin Box Sewing; Barb Byler; 239 Jane Drive, Smithville, Ohio 44677.  330-988-0992. Sewing for all your needs!  Free Motion and Computer Aided Quilting:Memory Bears; Pillows; Quilts; T-Shirt Quilts; Window Treatments; Home Decor.   Please give me a call.  
Canterberry Quilting;   Susan Bateman, 1809 Sherck Blvd., Wooster, Ohio, 44691.  PH:  720-260-3028, E-Mail:  canterberryquilting@gmail.com.   Hand-guided machine quilting.  Custom, Edge-to-Edge, etc.  

Lone Pine Quilting Services includes longarm machine quilting; binding, and repair services; Speciality Threads and Batting.  PH 330-466-3682, email lonepinequiltingservices@gmail.com. new member Barb Caperton. 
2019 officers
President, Kim Panter; V. President,  Marilyn Nisius;  Secretary, Mary Schultz;  Treasurer, Judy Mallonn
Members at Large;  Kennetta Sampsel, Staycie Miller 

Please note that minutes were sent to you earlier.  Let me know if you did not receive.  Mary's minutes are always very complete.    Thanks, Ruth

Monday, July 8, 2019

July Newsletter

The Purpose of this organization shall be to create, stimulate and maintain an interest in all matters pertaining to the making of quilts; and to establish and promote educational endeavors through quilts.

July 8, 2019 at 7pm
Parkview Church
1912 Burbank Rd.
Wooster, OH  44691


2019 Tree City Quilters Ugly Fabric Challenge due at July meeting.  
 

2019 Monthly Programs

January_ Introduction of Officers and Challenges for the year
February- Brent Golias Physical Therapist
March- Brandy Warthman Quilts of Valor
 April- Carloyn Mann- Art quilts
May- Karen Benke The Little Red Quilt House
June-Picnic
July-Ugly Fabric Challenge due
August- Quilting skills workshop 
September-
October- Last minute gifts and ornaments
November-Election of Officers, vote for QOTY
December- Christmas Party


 I would just remind members to keep working on their
challenges and quilts for the show! It's less than a year away!
Have a creative day! Jeri

       Following, from Mary Mahoney on show committee, about entering items from the various classes offered by the Tree City. Quilt Guild
It's a good idea to keep a list of the quilts you would like to submit for our 2020 quilt show.  Please note as well, if that quilt was made from a workshop you took with our guild.  We do have a category for workshop quilts and we'd like to keep them together at the show.  Here is a list of the 2018 workshops to help you remember what might qualify in this category:

Pat Hall's Rug class
Kay Nixon's Fabric bowl workshop
Laura Noletti's Convex Illusion class
Stacie Miller's Market Bag & Mary Mahoney's No Sew Gift Bag class
Laura Noletti's Paper Pieced Animal pattern workshop
Shirley Roger's 5 yard quilt 
Below List of upcoming shows

Quilt National, May 25 to September 22, Dairy Barn Arts Center, Athens

The Old Uniontown Quilt Guild Annual Quilt Show, Friday & Saturday, July 12, 9am-5pm & July 13, 9am - 4pm Ray & Joan Kroc Center, Salvation Army: 
527 East Liberty Street, Ashland.  Raffling a Baby Lock Sewing Machine, demos, door prizes. Admission:  $5.00 adult.

United Quilt Guild 10th Biennial Quilt Show, Friday & Saturday, July 19 & 20, 10 am - 5 p.m, Sunday, July 21: 1-5 p.m., First Friends Church, 1028 Jennings Avenue, Salem

Willoughby Hills Quilt Guild, Quilt Exhibit & Reception, Friday, September 6, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Willoughby Hills Community Center, 35400 Chardon Road, Willoughby Hills

Streetsboro Quilt Guild 32nd Quilt Show, Friday & Saturday, October 4 - 5.  Friday 10 am - 6 pm, Saturday 10 am - 4 pm, Faith Baptist Church, 9890 St. Rt. 43 (at Frost Road), Streetsboro

Wildwood Quilt Gild Annual Quilt Show, Sunday, November 3, 10 am - 4 pm, Mentor Senior Center, 8484 Munson Rd., Mentor, benigarg@oh.rr.com

If you want to hold some of these until closer to the date, I would think that would be fine.


Workshops:

Hi, Quilters,
Here is the updated list for the upcoming workshops, including the Sew-Ins.
Save the date and there will be sign-up sheets at the meetings for upcoming classes.
Sally

Frank - May 4 - Bag - carry all Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4
Sew-In - Friday, May 17, Fireside Room, 9:30 - 4 (sew sale and machine quilting demo)
Sew-In - Saturday, July 13, Fellowship Hall, 9:30 - 4
Marilyn - Aug. 3, Machine Quilting on the home machine, Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4
Jeri - August 13 - quilt carrier, Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4
Laura - Sept. 28 - Labyrinth, Fellowship Hall, 9:00 - 4
Vicky - Nov. 9 - LeMoyne Star, Fireside Room, 9:00 - 4

The Monthly Ongoing Hand Workers will meet on the first Friday of each month from 9:00 to 11:50 at Parkview Christian Church, in the Fireside Room.  Meeting dates for 2019: Jan 4, Feb. 1, March 1, April 12, May 3, June 7, July 12, Aug. 2, Sept 6, Oct. 4, Nov. 1 and Dec 6.  (These dates are subject to change)  Join us and bring your handwork of any kind (no sewing machines) a small snack to share, and show and tell.  Guests are always welcome.  Contact Sally Kitchen at 330-345-5702 with any questions. 
               

ACCUCUT
Please see Ruth Bishop if you wish to use the guild’s AccuCut. 
 
QUILT SERVICES
Quilting by the MillSarah Bistline 10474 Old Mill Road, Spencer, Ohio 44275; 330-667-2257 or 330-606-6609.  You need to have your backing 4” longer and wider than your top.  Batting is available.  
 
barb’s Bobbin Box Sewing; Barb Byler; 239 Jane Drive, Smithville, Ohio 44677.  330-988-0992. Sewing for all your needs!  Free Motion and Computer Aided Quilting:Memory Bears; Pillows; Quilts; T-Shirt Quilts; Window Treatments; Home Decor.   Please give me a call.  
Canterberry Quilting;   Susan Bateman, 1809 Sherck Blvd., Wooster, Ohio, 44691.  PH:  720-260-3028, E-Mail:  canterberryquilting@gmail.com.   Hand-guided machine quilting.  Custom, Edge-to-Edge, etc.  

Lone Pine Quilting Services includes longarm machine quilting; binding services; Speciality Threads and Batting.  PH 330-466-3682, email lonepinequiltingservices.com. new member Barb Caperton. 
2019 officers
President, Kim Panter; V. President,  Marilyn Nisius;  Secretary, Mary Schultz;  Treasurer, Judy Mallonn
Members at Large;  Kennetta Sampsel, Staycie Miller