Lake Oconee Quilt Guild Newsletter   
 
September 2019
The Guild Meeting will be Tues, Sep 3rd, at the Lutheran Church.
In this issue:

SOCIAL - Kathy Sands & Gloria Pingry

Welcome back Quilters. Just kick back and have a cup of coffee or tea, some munchies and let’s relive our Summer vacations!

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE - Kaye Hlavaty


Welcome back to another great year as a Member of the Lake Oconee Quilt Guild!  In case you haven’t heard,  Mary Ellen’s house sold and so she will not be the President this year.  This means that, as Vice President, I was moved into the Presidency.  I am excited about working with the great Board Members who were already in place and ready to start the new Guild year!
The Board met on July 11 to begin planning what promises to be a fabulous year.  It was decided that the September meeting would be a perfect time for each Program Chair to fill us in on the plans for the new Guild year.  Want to know how to access the list the Guild’s library books?  Ready to learn about the exciting challenge Cookie has planned for us this year; and how about the plans for the December and June socials?  And, of course, everyone wants to start marking their calendars with the programs planned for us to enjoy.  Be sure to come to the September meeting to get these questions and others answered! 
The September meeting is also the perfect time to get reacquainted with your quilting buddies while enjoying treats provided by the Board Members.  It is also the time to show your completed projects during what is always an awesome Show and Tell.  In addition, it’s a great meeting to bring Visitors to so that they can get excited about the new Guild year, too!
Looking forward to seeing you in September!

LIBRARY - Carol McRae & Donna Blackwell 

Books due in September:
 
“Quilt Challenge – Kay Crane
 “Rectangle Pizzazz”
 “The Ultimate Guide to Machine Quilting”
 “Machine Freehand Patterns”
 “Blendable Curves”
 “Amish Quilt Stories & Techniques”
 “Flip Flop Paper Piecing”;
 
 “Flying Colors  - Shari Ball
 
 “Modern Quilt Magic”  Karen Vemuri
”The Quilter’s Album of Patchwork Patterns”  -  Pam Parish
 
“Modern Quilt Magic”; “Quilts of Valor – a 50 State Salute”  -  Martha Herb
 
New Books in our Library:
 
 “Quick/Easy Quilts for Kids”;
 “Animal Attractions”;
“Keepsake Baby Quilts from Scraps”
“Top it With a Runner”


 
MEMBERSHIP -  Kathy Henderson & Becky Kercado

We are looking forward to the 2020 Guild year!  Currently there are 104 Members and 53 of those have paid their dues for the upcoming year.  There's still time to send in your dues so you don't have to stand in line at the September meeting.  We will also be updating our Member photographs for the website at the meeting, so plan to look your best!  We look forward to seeing all of you on September 3rd.
 
RAFFLE TABLE - Anneleas Greene & Sonya Winterrowd

We have diligently been searching for unique items for you! Guess what? BINGO! See you in September.

 
WAYS AND MEANS – Pat Gray

Tickets for our raffle quilt will be printed and ready to pick up at our October meeting.  Each Member is asked to take a pack of 30 tickets for $25 (cash or checks payable to LOQG).

Tickets are sold for $1 each or 6 for $5.  Start thinking of your list of prospective buyers since this is one of our main fund raisers and helps us to have such good programs.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
If you are a new Member, or if you would like to update your photograph that is currently in the Member Photo Directory, please be prepared to have your photograph taken by Ed Kercado during the September Guild Meeting.  Ed will have his camera equipment set up and ready to "strike your beauty"!

PROGRAMS - Shari Ball and Theresa Jackson


We would like to reinstitute having a Member of the Month.  

> The following is a list of upcoming Programs for 2019-2020.

> September 3, Member of the Month:  Kay Khlavaty,  our new President.
> We will also have the opportunity to purchase fabric, some kits, red-work, notions and patterns, some are Judy Niemeyer, at a 50% discount.  Alicia Whitehouse will be the seller.  She will accept cash, check and credit cards.

> October 1, Joyce Daniels will give us a presentation on Heirloom Sewing.  There will also be a workshop following the Guild meeting.  The workshop is for an heirloom pouch.

> November 5,  There will be a Quilts of Valor presentation to 5 or 6 Veterans.

> December 3, Holiday Luncheon, there will be no Program.

> January 7, Jennifer McClanahan:  her presentation will include a trunk show of how fabric selection can make a traditional quilt look modern.  Following the meeting she will give a class on needle turn appliqué.

> February 4, Our own Kris Rulison and Carolyn White will give a presentation on Free Motion Quilting.    

> March 3, Sandy Gilreath will have a Trunk Show Presentation.  Possible topic, Living the Blue Life (Indigo).   Workshop following the Guild Meeting;  Topic  to be announced.

> April 7, Candace Hassen, Quilt Pattern Designer, will show us how to stay organized, get things finished and have fun doing it.  She will inspire us with her Trunk Show and tell us how she is Inspired.  Workshop to follow Guild Meeting; project TBA

> May 5, Cookie Noel/Challenge Chair.  This will be the end of the year Challenge reveal by Guild Members.  These will be on display in June in Milledgeville.

> June 2, Closing Luncheon






 

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