Oneida Quilt Guild meeting February 10, 2022
Shara Olsen presenting the Friendship Quilt to Barbara Lesher
President Shara Olson welcomed everyone. Bonnie Howard and Nyla Evans donated 16 quilts to the Long-term Care Center from the Guild. The appliqued friendship quilt was presented to Barbara Lesher. Debbie Schoolcraft, representative for the Utah Quilt Guild let us know that the web site has ticket for sale for the Rusty Barn Show. They are also offering online classes April 2 - May 9th. Tammy Benson has checked on a place for the quilt show during the Welsh Festival. We will be using the Coop building.
Barbara Jaussi has volunteered to oversee next year’s friendship quilt. This year anyone interested will receive a piece of pink floral fabric that they will incorporate into a 12 ½” block of their choice as the focal fabric.
We have been busy this last month. In our show & tell Patty Walczkowski showed a pretty baby quilt. Jean Lucht showed us her valentine heart pillow. Debbie Clark showed us a goat quilt that she had made. Ruth Zivkovic brought a valentine wall hanging that used dollies around the hearts. Judy H Jones showed a lap quilt that her daughter had made from her father’s shirts. Christine Davis displayed the design board that she had made after last month demonstration. Two new members
Ester and Naomi showed us what they were working on. Ester displayed a beautiful purple black and white star quilt she is making, and Naomi showed blocks that she had sewn from last year’s beginner quilt class. Audrey Juassi has been busy again this month. She has made a Dresden plate quilt top and she is also in the process of hand quilting an amazing small patch (1” finished squares) quilt. Nila Evans showed a cute truck quilt and a red and pink strip quilt with appliqued hearts. Cindy Gevas showed a church block from a quilt kit she is making. Miley brought a fox quilt and Sheri Wangsgaard brought a quilt of squares set on point. Rosalie Silvester and Brenda Daniels showed the block they make in last month class. Brenda also showed a double-sided table runner.
Jean Lucht gave a demonstration on the making a strip table runner. She also explained the different ways in which you can buy precut fabric, such as jellyrolls, fat quarters, layer cakes, etc.
Following a soup luncheon. Patty Walczkowski gave a class on the second of six-beginner blocks, a four patch/ nine patch square block. There was also a quilt on that was tied by those not sewing. Many brought the projects they were working on to sew as well.