Following a short business meeting,
Kim Nugent of Samplers Not Forgotten provide a presentation. Participants were able to leave with finished scissors fobs. The meeting was followed by an afternoon class which was very informative. For those in the afternoon class, you can purchase “Fray Block” online through Amazon. It is also available at Joann’s for $4.99. (Maybe someone will email me photos or post them on FB and I can update here.)
For our Stitch-a-long,
the “Girls at the Guild”, we will be working on rows 6-7-8 for May into June. We encourage you to bring your piece to our monthly meeting and share your progress.
Guild President, Susan D. discovered that she had a red ribbon that does not belong to her in with her pieces from Woodlawn. If you are missing a red ribbon, let Susan know at the next meeting.
The Delaware Sampler Discovery Group
The group is sponsoring Delaware Sampler ID Days on June 13 (Biggs Museum) and September 19 (Lewes Historical Society).
The Hagley Museum
A curator talk on hooked rugs will be on Tuesday, May 12. Check out their website https://www.facebook.com/MainLineQuiltersGuild/photos/a.292406564163137.65514.292400724163721/853959818007806/?type=1
Penn Market Days
May 15 -16 at the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center—some of the presentations included “Berlin Work” by Candace Perry; “Intro to Sampler Connoisseurship” by Amy Finkel; and “Threads of Time: Needlework and Quilts of Aging Women”.
For further information: http://schwenkfelder.com/Penn-Market
June Meeting - UPDATED
Mary Ditty will have a presentation on some of her antiques.