Feb Workshop

Feb. workshop will be on Saturday the 23rd at 4-H Camp Overlook at the quilt camp.  This will be a great chance  to see the great facility that Overlook provides. Donna Hastings will give a mini trunk show to help you to solve those what to do with orphan blocks.  Bring your  orphans and she will help you find creative ways to use them.  Bring your machines and work on them or work on other UFOs.  As always bring a dish to pass.  Please let Mary Moore know if you can attend.  quiltypeep@gmail.com

AQG Ribbon Challenge

Make a panel 18 inches wide and 36 inches high with a knife edge binding. It must have on the left side a 3 inch wide section of the target fabric anywhere along the edge that then continuously crosses the panel to a 3 inch wide section anywhere on the right side. In crossing the panel it may widen, shrink down, meander, be incorporated in the design, however you wish. We will give you a fat quarter and if you want to use more of it you may purchase or get some from us if we have more. Please add a sleeve for hanging

The reveal will be in May with prizes for the most original panels. This will give everyone a chance to show their creativity and ability.

LPCA Quilt Show Reception

 

The opening reception of the Lake Placid Center for the Arts Quilt Show was a great success.  The Center was impressed with our participation at the opening.  We also received great press from the Adirondack Enterprise’s front page story,  www.adirondackdailyenterprise.com/news/local-news/2019/01/some-of-the-north-countrys-best-quilters-on-display-at-lpca/

 

 

December Workshop

The December workshop was very successful.  Many wonderful t-shirt dresses and shorts were created to be brought to the refuge center in Texas.  Some of us haven’t made clothes before and we {actually me) learned that if you follow directions in the right order, shorts have 2 legs instead of one.  Fun workshop.