LEMON CRISP COOKIES
1 pkg. Duncan Hines lemon cake mix
1 cup Rice Crispy Cereal
1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
2 eggs, beaten
1 tsp. lemon juice
In large bowl, combine all ingredients until well mixed (dough will be crumbly.)
Shape into 1 inch balls. Place 2" apart on ungreased baking sheets. (I use parchment paper) Bake 350* 10 to 12 minutes or until set or lightly brown. Cool for 1 minute, remove from pan to a wire rack to cool completely.
MINI HAM AND SWISS PARTY ROLLS
sliced Ham at least 1/2 lb.
1 pkg. King's Hawaiian rolls
1/2 cup melted butter
1/2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1/2 tsp. dry mustard
1 to 2 tsp. onion powder (or dried onion)
1 TBS. poppy seed
The rolls will look like a large solid piece of bread. Leave the rolls intact and slice the loaf in half with a long knife to form a top layer and a bottom layer. Place ham and cheese on bottom layer of rolls, then place top layer of rolls over ham and cheese and place in a 9 x 13 pan. Mix remaining ingredients together and pour mixture over rolls.
Bake at 350* for 15 to 20 minutes. Let them cool slightly before cutting into individual sandwiches.
Please see Becky Hamilton if you wish to use the guild’s AccuCut.
Quilting by the Mill, Sarah Bistline 10368 Old Mill Road, Spencer, Ohio 44275; 330-667-2257 or 330-606-6609. www.quiltingbythemill.com You need to have your backing 4” longer and wider than your top. Batting is available. Do you want to quilt your own top? Ask me about renting time on the Gamill Premier.
Spoke N Stitch, Kim Panter; 16780 Burkhart Road, Orrville, Ohio 44667. I am willing to pick up and deliver in the Wayne/Holmes area. Phone number; 330-682-0711 (home) and 330-601-6096 (cell) I have my cell with me all the time. Please give me a call!
ThreeB’s Memory Quilts, Barb Byler; 239 Jane Drive, Smithville, Ohio 44677. I design and sew your t-shirts (sweatshirts, button-downs, etc.) into quilts. Photographs can also be added. firstname.lastname@example.org or
Tree City Quilters’ Guild; Officers 2015
President: Barb Byler Vice President; Sally Kitchen
Secretary; Kim Panter Treasurer; Dot Anderson
Members at Large; Jane Richardson and Tonya Wellert
WHO IS THIS?: If you would kindly fill out this sheet and hand it or email it to Barb, it would be greatly appreciated! Tell us about yourself…with a little paragraph or a listing of facts. Please DO NOT show or share this information with anyone. The following list is a few prompts for to get you started. Feel free to add more!
Lived in different places:
Do or did for a living:
Someone “famous” in your family tree?
Like what about quilting?
Barb brought the meeting to order at 7:00PM by welcoming our guests. Tonight they were Mary
Catherine Rohr, Connie Batdorf, Connie Hart and Michelle Gibson. Karen and Sue Fleming who
visited last month became members!
Barb told us that the sign in table will now be out in the hallway. Please stop by there and sign in
before the meeting. She also asked that if you do not receive the newsletter by the 27th of the
month to let her know. Mary Lou said that the newsletter is also posted on our blog.
Sally made a motion to accept the minutes from the last meeting. Lola Franks seconded that
motion and they were aproved.
Kim read the findings of the by laws review committee. a small discussion followed. Formal
proposals and discussions will happen over the next few months.
The " Who is this" members from last month were Betty Boreman and Sarah McKee.
Janet McFarland showed us how simple household items can be used for our quilting needs.
Wax paper to clean our iron and pants hangers to store our table runners. Thanks Janet!
Barb alerted us that there will be a sewing machine for sale in the next newsletter.
Community Projects- Ruth delivered baby blankets to the pregnancy center, they were very
grateful. Also Orrville hospital would be happy to have a first baby boy/girl quilt for the new year.
Shirley will be making that girl quilt and Jane will be making the boy quilt.
Trips and workshops- The handworkers will be meeting on May the first and Mary Lou will be
doing a demo on wool felting to make little animals and such.
Sarah Bistline is trying to organize a bus trip, cost will be about $45.00 more info to follow.
Laura Noletti will be teaching a machine quilting class on 5/30 from 9:30-2:00 at the church.
Small charge will be applied for supplies.
Picnic. Them is Christmas in July.
Quilt Show meeting at Mary Lous on 4/27 at 7:00PM
The program tonight was given by Jan Householder on her project the Giving Doll. Very
informative and inspiring.
Refreshments followed by Vicky, Becky and Bonnie.
Respectfully submitted by
Kim Panter, secretary