Nolting longarm machine use at the Henhouse rates are as follows AFTER YOU HAVE TAKEN THE CLASS.
Members only — there will be a fee of $20.00 per hour, to cover the cost of machine usage and supplies when quilting your own quilt.
NON-Members — there will be a fee of $30.00 per hour, to cover the cost of machine usage and supplies when quilting your own quilt.
YOU MUST TAKE THE NOLTING CLASS IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO USE THE MACHINE. Contact the guild to inquire about future classes. The last class was offered in September, 2018.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the guild. Please complete the form below. You may contact Rita at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This beautiful string quilt made of batiks will be the raffle quilt for the 2019 Spring Tea.
There is a new tab on our website for the GOLDEN THIMBLE AWARD. Information includes:
If you would like to be a member of the guild, please complete the membership form below. You may contact Rita at email@example.com for meeting information.
The guild bylaws were amended on 03/26/2018. Current bylaws have been added to our website. You may now view them by clicking on THE BYLAWS tab at the top of the page.
These items were shown during Show N Tell at the July meeting.
Here’s another charity quilt that was completed this month. It’s a “cheater” panel quilt that was donated to the guild. It measures 35″ x 44″.
It was longarm quilted with a clam shell design. Glad someone made more labels!
Here’s the back. Sue thought this big print would look good on a kid’s quilt. She was right!
Welcome to Scrap Saturday. Today is FIELD TRIP day to the United Quilt Guild Quilt Show in Salem. Check back next week to view some photos. For today take a look at the cute charity crib quilt finished this week.
What a fun texture this Double Bubble quilting pattern is.
A kid’s print was used on the back.
Thanks to the member that made the labels and put them at the Hen House!