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HELD ON THE LAST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH FROM 7:00-9:00PM CENTRAL
Join the AccountaBee to meet some quilting accountability buddies - support each other as you work through your goals and projects. Bring your unfinished (or un-started!) objects you just need a little push to get stitching! Open to current active AMQG members, register here to get the Zoom link.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from Zoom containing information about joining the meeting.
Any questions please reach out to: email@example.com
Get together with fellow quilters and enjoy a Sunday afternoon quilting, doing handwork, chatting, sharing project ideas, etc.
Show and Tell - Bring items to share, we love to see what you have been working on.
Bring some hand sewing, crochet, knitting, or needlework and sip and sew with friends!
This is an informal gathering to enjoy sewing and friendship. We hope to see you there!
November Host: Eve Trester-Wilson - 4703 Hilwin Circle, Austin
December Host: Donna Phelps - 2120 Hawthorne Loop, Driftwood
Get together with fellow quilters and enjoy some Wednesday morning quilting, handwork, chatting, sharing project ideas, etc.
Contact April Atlas with questions: 305-505-3061 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for our December 2023 monthly meeting!
You are invited to arrive at the church starting at 6:00 PM for our annual Homemade Holiday Hootenanny! The guild will provide beverages and anyone who would like to is encouraged to bring along a snack to share - sweet or savory the choice it yours, but smallish finger foods would be best.
After normal meeting business we will spend the evening swapping our handmade gifts White Elephant style. Remember that your gift must be handmade and fit inside a lunch sized brown paper bag (don't worry if you don't have a bag, we will have extras that you can slip your gift into when you get to the church). We also ask that you pin a little note on your gift to let the recipient know who made it.
Big Top Quilt
This is a complicated wedge-based pattern that
uses foundation paper piecing, templates,
curved piecing and giant blocks! Brigit will walk the
participants through the pattern and explain
some of the unusual techniques that result in
this truly unique quilt. We will talk about how to
use color to quiet or enliven the design with a
demonstration of different color schemes and
quilts that use solids and prints. Participants will
complete one wedge in the class, giving them all
the skills they need to complete the pattern.