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****Membership & Guild Info***
*2019 Cabin Fever Quilt Show
*Honoring our local Veterans
*S&B Education
*2018 Programs, Workshops, & Sew Groups
*2018 Delta County Fair, August 5th-12th
*2018 Block of the Month
*2018 February Frolic
*Where Do S&B Quilters Shop???

Calendar Events
Saturday, December 1st - Christmas Party & Potluck with our 2018 Raffle Quilt Drawing
2018 OFFICERS & VOLUNTEERS
Click to download & view the list THIS Adobe PDF file

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Monday Nov 19
CARING/VET QUILTS-HOTCHKISS
10:00am-3:00pm North Fork Ambulance Training Center in Hotchkiss
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Wednesday Nov 21
SURFACE CREEK QUILTERS
1:00pm-3:30pm Grand Mesa Baptist Church - Cedaredge
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2018 Officers

President:
Laura McCurdy
Vice President:
Kathy Carlson
Secretary:
Shari Davis
Treasurer:
Sue Ellen Gary
Programs:
Laura McCurdy

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2018Raf.JPG.jpg2018 RAFFLE QUILT                                                                         
The blocks in this quilt are from "LeMoyne Stars Made Easy " by Sharyn Squier Craig, Basket blocks came from book called "Women of Design Quilts in the Newspaper" by Barbara Brackman, and the border is a sculptured border from the pattern called "Quilters Rose" by Roxanne Carter.
This quilt was made by S&B Quilters and quilted by Gayle Smith.
Thank You to Robyn Rienhard & all who helped with this quilt.

Each year our Guild selects a quilt design for the next year's raffle quilt. Guild members complete blocks for the quilt. Tickets are $1.00 each. The winner will be drawn at our December meeting that is the first Saturday which is our Christmas Party. Monies raised from the raffle ticket sales benefit our Guild's continuing Quilting education program for our Guild members.

***Congratulations to the 2017 Raffle Quilt winner - Mel Marty.***

 
Our Mission is to promote quilting and to expand and enhance our knowledge and enjoyment of quilting and quilting techniques in an atmosphere of sharing fellowship. It is also to provide a source of information and inspiration for fellow quilters and to preserve the heritage of quilting. For more information about the Guild and Membership, please select the Membership/Guild Info page listed in the left legend.
Bylaws click this to view Adobe PDF file
THANK YOU for visiting our website & our Facebook page. S&B Quilters' Guild has something for everyone from the beginner to the experienced quilter. Whether your interests may be traditional, contemporary, country, art or anything in between. S&B Education touches on the basic skills of quilting to the more experienced. Come join us at our monthly meetings. Check out our website's monthly calendar for the Sew Groups & Class schedules.
Everyone is welcome to come, share, learn, & stitch!!!


Congratulations to S&B Quilters' Guild
Wednesday evening, November 14th, 2018 Hotchkiss Chamber of Commerce presented S&B Quilters' Guild
with the 2018 Non-Profit of the Year Award.
Catherine Caldwell presented the award to Guild members Sallie, Wanda, & Rita.
Thank You!!! to the HCC for recognizing the Guild with this award for all the
charitable works that we share with our community. We are honored to receive this award.
The Guild was officially formed in 1989.
Kudos to all the quilters of our guild past, present, and current!!!!


*****EVENTS COMING IN 2018*****

*****PROGRAMS & CLASSES COMING IN 2018*****

Saturday, December 1st Guild meeting
Christmas Party and Raffle Quilt Drawing


*****PROGRAMS & CLASSES COMING IN 2019*****
Saturday, January 12th Guild meeting
We will be having a Welcome Tea and refreshments after the business meeting for our new members with all of our Guild members. More information to come.

Friday, February 8th
Ruler Work Quilting 101 with Heather Lofstrom
Heather will be teaching hands on basics with your domestic sewing machine with the Westalee Quilting Rulers. This is a 4 hour class.
Here is more information about the class and supply list click this to view Adobe PDF file
Note you will need to purchase what is required for class:
Ruler Work Quilting Foot for your machine model & Ruler Work Quilting Rulers
Refer to the supply list for prior purchase of tools, quilt sandwiches, and other supplies needed for the class.
Alice will be handling sign ups for this class starting at our November 10th Guild meeting.


Saturday, March 9th Guild Meeting
Finalizing preparations for the 2019 Cabin Fever Quilt Show
Friday, March 15th, Saturday, March 16th, & Sunday, March 17th
2019 Cabin Fever Quilt Show

Thursday, April 11th & Friday, April 12th
Jill McCloy Miniature Quilt Classes
More information to come.
Saturday, April 13th Guild Meeting
Program will be Jill McCloy.


****2018 BLOCK OF THE MONTH****
Chairman for 2018 Block of the month is LaVerne Dawson with Bev Shiflet and Cheryl Oberle.
Go to “BlockCentral.com” and find Sentimental Journey, the name of our b-o-m quilt.
Click here to get pattern information
You’ll be able to download all 12 monthly patterns for free!
It’s “artistic license” for whatever color fabrics you choose.
With our quilt show scheduled for 2019, we hope to have an impressive selection of quilts to show off.
Call LaVerne Dawson 874-1822, Cheryl Oberle 872-4531 or Bev Shiflet 872-4430.


****2018 VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR ****
To be announced at our December 1st meeting.
 
 
GUILD NEWSLETTER
October 2018 click to download THIS Adobe PDF file
September 2018 click to download THIS Adobe PDF file
July 2018 click to download THIS Adobe PDF file



****SEW GROUP DETAIL INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND ON THE WEB PAGE - 2016 PROGRAMS, WORKSHOPS, & SEW GROUPS****
****The Members Only Page has the patterns for the Guild Name Tag and Mug Bag & the Bingo game.****

***NEW CLASSES***
Guild Class Attendance Policy
If an instructor requires a minimum number in attendance and you’ve signed up & paid, the guild is not responsible to pay for cancellations. If you cancel less than 2 weeks before the class you will forfeit your fee. You may receive a refund if you cancel prior to two weeks before the class & you have found someone to take your place. The program and education committees may make exceptions to this policy on a case by case basis. Payment for the class is required at sign up.
Adopted 12/3/2016.


****S&B EDUCATION****

More information to come for 1st Friday Sew Days in 2019.

You may contact Rita if you would like to sign up for any of these days. email - rasussman1223@gmail.com or 970-872-4894.


For more detail information - you may contact us via email at - sbquilters1989@gmail.com for more information.
Check the website calendar in the left legend for the scheduled Fridays.
Class fee is $5.00, payment is required at sign up. If there is an additional fee it will be noted.
These will be held at Memorial Hall starting at 9:00am-3:00pm. Bring your lunch, snacks, drinks with your project, cutting, pressing, & sewing supplies that you will need. Please, also, bring your sewing machine manual.


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 COMMUNITY PROJECTS
****CARING/VET QUILTS****

VET/CARING QUILT REQUEST FORM click to download THIS Adobe PDF file

These two groups have merged. They are meeting the Third Monday of the month at 10 a.m. at the Starting September 2018 - new location. North Fork Ambulance Training Center in Hotchkiss at 110 East Hotchkiss Ave.
2018 Co-Chairs Anita Bogle and Ann Perry.

Caring Quilts are shared with various community organizations, individuals in need, & county services.
This is our small way of giving back to those in need in our local community.

Veterans' Quilts
This is our way of honoring and saying thank you to these Veterans for their valor and courage to defend our country. Veterans' Quilts will continue to be shared with various Veterans organizations & Veterans in our community.


***Visit the Veterans Quilts Project Page for more information & pictures from previous years.***

Quilts are made throughout the year from fabric and supplies that are donated by the members and the community.
If you would like to donate to either one of these fulfilling outreaches or would like more information, please contact S&B Quilters' Guild by email - sbquilters1989@gmail.com or by snail mail - P.O. Box 803 Hotchkiss, CO 81419.
Thank You to all who volunteer to help & for your generous donations to all of our Guild's Community Projects.

S&B Quilters welcomed local Veterans & their families to honor them on Saturday, November 10th, 2018. The event was held at Memorial Hall in Hotchkiss, CO. prior to the Guild meeting. A reception followed with each Veteran selecting a handmade quilt that was made by a S&B Quilter.
 
S&B Guild 2018 Challenges

2018 Guild Challenge
2018 Co Chairs are Sue Caven and Sue Newcomb.
2018 challenge rules are to have 'Bees' anywhere in the fabric or designs for your entry.
There were great and creative challenge entrees at the picnic. Thank you all for participating.

WIPS(formerly UFOs) Project
Tammy Marty is the 2018 Chairman.
WIPS is defined as a project that has been started - with at least some fabric cut. Each January, everyone that wishes to participate fills out their WIPS list including the date the project was originally started & a brief description. One copy is given to the WIPS committee chairman & one is kept by the participate. During the year members bring their completed UFOs for Sew & Share. These will then be crossed off their list.
Prizes will be given at the December meeting for those completing the most items on their list.

WIP SIGN UP SHEET click to download THIS Adobe PDF file

 

2018 Ugly Fabric Challenge
Co-Chairs are Connie Barry & Michelle Meyers.

Bring your 1 yard of 100% cotton fabric in a brown paper sack to the January 13th, 2018 meeting. If you are unable to attend, please send with a friend.

This is VOLUNTARY. The Co-Chairs number all the bags received & each participant is given a bag. The completed project is returned in the numbered bag at the June 9th Guild meeting. These creations are unveiled and returned to the original owner.

Complete a project using the “ugly” fabric as a primary/focus fabric on the right side or outside of your project. You may make anything you’d like. There are no limits to where your creativity can go.

On June 9th, 2018 - Return your completed project in a brown paper bag to Michelle and Connie at the beginning of the meeting. If you are not able to attend, please ensure someone returns your project for you. The reveal will be done during the meeting.

Please feel free to call Connie or Michelle if you have questions. Thanks for your participation.
 


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