Quick note from our Chair, Paula

Ladies and Gentlemen ,

At our February meeting (Sat 3rd Feb), Judith Hollies will have a one day pop-up shop where you will have a little time to browse and shop.

Then six of our members will be stationed at six tables, and  each will deliver  a fifteen-minute demonstration.  Members will be divided into groups of ten or twelve,  with each group spending the allotted time at each table, until everyone has had the opportunity to visit  all  six  tables.

Enjoy each visit.

Hopefully you will leave with new tips and ideas.

                                                    Workshops

WE have at least two spaces at Gillian Barr’s workshop on Sunday 4th February 10 o’clock in the Lagan room.

Please get in touch with either Adrienne or myself [ phone numbers on your membership card ]as soon as possible these will be allocated first come first in.

Requirements list for these on NIPG website.

We also have some places on Janet McCallum’s workshop,  where you will be able to use a lot of your scraps  to make a baby quilt/summer table cloth for outdoors bed quilt/a small piece for an exhibition. Lots of possibilities.

                                    Titanic exhibition in April

DIVE INTO YOUR STASH of quilts for our Titanic exhibition. You will not need a hanging sleeve or pole for these. Just have them ready for the April meeting

Mary will have forms for you to fill in, which will be pinned to back of your piece when you hand it in  Cant wait to see all your exciting ideas

Looking forward to February meeting

Paula

 

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