Tuesday, June 22, 2010

June Newsletter


June 10, 2010

CALL MEETING TO ORDER: President Elaine Anderson called the meeting to order at 7 PM. There were 26 members present. There were no guests.

MINUTES: Judy Gifford requested a correction to the May 13, 2010 minutes. Four of the items that Judy presented during show and tell were left off the list. Those items are: Marilyn‟s basket block, red Christmas star block, Caroline‟s sampler autumn block, and Sherry‟s joy basket block. Judy had a total of 33 items in the May 13 show and tell. A motion was made and seconded to accept the May 13, 2010 minutes with this correction. No discussion. Unanimous approval.

TREASURER: Delores presented the financial report. The current balance is $3,930.20 (same as reported on May 13, 2010). There were no expenses this past month, or any income. A motion was made and seconded to accept the financial report. No discussion. Treasurers report was approved as presented.

VP: Quilts hung for June are provided by Sue Cleland, Deloris Hagman and Ginny Coates. July quilts will be provided by Marilyn Varick, Ruth Angerhofer, and Bobby Augustine.
Librarian: Carolyn reported that the new American Quilters magazine is being circulated this evening. There are new books in the library that can be checked out. Sandy Taylor has brought in magazines for give away.
Historian: There was no historian‟s report.
Program: There is no program report this evening.

2010 CITH Raffle Quilt: The quilt is now off the frame. Volunteers are being requested to hand quilt the borders. Jan Weisser will take the quilt this evening to start working on the hand quilting. Contact Jan or Beth if you are interested in doing some of the hand quilting. Nancy Cuckler has volunteered to do the binding.

Garden Walk: This is scheduled for June 26 from 9:30 AM until 2 PM. There are five gardens scheduled for the walk. There is still a need for more quilts (lap size or smaller), as well as more guild members to be in the gardens with quilts. Sign up sheets for quilts and volunteers were passed around. Take your quilts to Beth at 235 N. 6th St. between June 14 and June 22. If you want others to know who made the quilt, put a label on
the front of the quilt. Beth and Elaine will do a preview of the quilts and decide in which gardens the quilts will be shown.

Fall River County Fair: Karen will take items for the “Best in Show” basket. The guild provides a basket of quilting notions, fabric and $50 to the “Best in Show” winner. The County Fair is August 5 through 7. Karen will send out a list of the fair categories and the awards. Volunteers will be needed to hang the quilts on August 5. You may drop your quilts off at Nancy‟s (310 S. 5th; 745-5029).
Fall Heritage Festival: Elaine reported that the guild board of officers met earlier this week to discuss the fall heritage festival. It is the recommendation of the board that the guild not participate in the fall heritage festival in Hot Springs, but that we participate in the Edgemont Fall Festival. Karen made a motion to accept the board‟s recommendation and Bobbie seconded the motion. No discussion. Unanimous approval.

Made in South Dakota: There is a web site set up for those who might want to sell their made in South Dakota items. For information go to www.madeinsouthdakota.com.

1. Be thinking about your entries for the county fair. Remember the challenge quilt theme is “The Fairest of Them All”.
2. Black Hills quilter‟s guild quilt show is this weekend.
3. Judy Gifford will be teaching a beginning paper piece class in Edgemont on June 26 from 10 AM until 3 PM.
4. June 15th Cora and her husband will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. There will be a potluck at Angostura on June 19 from 4 PM until 9 PM. It will be at lot 54 in the Cascade campground.

NEXT BUSINESS MEETING: The next business meeting is July 8, 2010 at 7 PM.
Come early (after 5 PM) and enjoy fellowship with others, and work on a project.

NEXT WORKDAY: July 10, 2010 will be the next work day. This will be a work on your own. Don‟t forget a potluck item.

ADJOURN: Deloris Hagman moved to adjourn the meeting, and Cora seconded the motion. Passed unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 7:25 PM.

BLOCK DRAWING: Delores Hickman won the block drawing. She has chosen butterflies as her theme. Blocks are to be 12 ½ unfinished, and are to be “lovely” colors on a cream or off white background.

Caroline Standen: Elaine‟s block; birdhouse wall hanging.
Delores Hickman: Barn block; hexagon flower table topper.
Mary Sue Waxler: Barn block; Prairie View Church quilt; bluebird quilt.
Ginny Coates: Prairie View Church quilt.
Arlene Mitchard: Trip Around the World (my second quilt).
Helen Schillinger: Red and black wall hanging.
Sheryl Brost: Barn block; joy block; basket wall hanging.
Carolyn Terrill: Barn block; Christmas block; butterfly hexagon; 1st quilt.
Nancy Cuckler: 2 wall hangings; flower basket 1st quilt made from 1952 „til 1987.
Gloria Korell: Flowers of the 50 states 1st quilt made.
Cora Fuger: 1st (45 years old), 2nd (1998) and 3rd quilt (2003) made.
Judy Gifford: Elaine‟s barn block; mini feathered star; #16 project warmth; #17 project warmth; #18 project warmth; 2011 BHQG challenge quilt; surprise anniversary quilt; Walworth County block; and Green County block (hen & chick.
Bobbie Augustine: Iris wall hanging; felted wool star wall hanging.
Laurna Nelson: Elaine‟s block; pot holder; shop hop quilt.
Jan Weisser: Elaine‟s block; hexagon wreath wall hanging.
Margaret Bartolome: Miniature quilt (unbound).
Julie Standen: 1st quilt; block for Elaine; scrappy star quilt.
Sherry Nusbaum: Pearl‟s hummingbird block.
Joan Nettinga: 2 blocks for past president Julie.
Dorothy Denison: Eskimo quilt; salmon quilt.
Debbie Foust: Reversible coffee fabric wall hanging.

Thursday, July 8, 7:00 p.m. Regular monthly business meeting. Don‟t forget to come and socialize and work on a project anytime after 5:00 P.M. Bring a sack lunch.
Saturday, July 10, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. –You may quilt on your own or work on Charity Quilts or the 2011 raffle quilt blocks or quilt on the 2010 raffle quilt border if it is available. Lot‟s to choose from. Don‟t forget to bring a dish to share.

Tips: When assembling the blocks for a quilt top, number the rows from top to bottom and pin a scrap of paper with the number to the left-hand block in each row. When finished piecing all the blocks in a row, press the seam allowances in one direction and place a straight pin in the left-hand block, pointing in the direction of the seams. Press the seams of the next row in the opposite direction.

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