tag:countylinequilters.org,2013:/posts County Line Quilters 2018-08-10T03:17:16Z tag:countylinequilters.org,2013:Post/1272830 2018-04-15T00:25:45Z 2018-04-15T01:14:01Z Quilt Show 2018

Just a glimpse of the first day of our Quilt Show! More to come!

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tag:countylinequilters.org,2013:Post/1266488 2018-03-29T14:24:13Z 2018-03-31T00:48:48Z Upcoming Quilt Show: Please Read!

Hope you are planning to attend our show!  

April 14 and 15 at St. Cyril’s Social Hall from 10-5   
 Everyone has been working hard to provide you with a memorable experience.    In addition to over 100 beautiful and creative quilts made by our members, there is our lovely guild quilt to raffle, lots of Mini’s for raffle, and a raffle for a Brother 575 Sewing Machine, generously donated by Byrnes Sewing Connection, and two door prizes per hour! Lots to see and do! 

Both Saturday and Sunday we will feature free demos designed to enhance your quilting skills.                                        

For those of you who like vendors, we have The Sewing Room, The Quilt Ledger, Aesthetics, Deb Tucker’s 180 Design, and Celebration of Life Designs. 
Our kitchen will be open for you to purchase lunch or snacks to complete your day!
We’re ready to entertain you, so please remember to join us!
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tag:countylinequilters.org,2013:Post/1266463 2018-03-29T13:00:40Z 2018-03-29T13:03:11Z Guest Speakers for Monthly Meetings

April      Rachel Derstine     

“My Quilt Journey, Boundries and Beyond”

May       Jen Lackovic        

“   Vintage Buttons and Quilting”

June      Norma McAfee      

“200 Years of American Quilting”


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tag:countylinequilters.org,2013:Post/1225220 2018-01-02T16:51:47Z 2018-03-24T11:15:53Z Letter from our President to welcome the NewYear!

Happy New Year Quilters,

The Romans had it all together when they decided to have a god with two faces to look back and to look forward. Janus was the deity to show us how to hope for the future and remember what has occurred in the past.

So, a special time for the Romans was selected. January is here. Time to remember and a plan.

For me, I remember the fantastic quilts that were shared, the interesting speakers, and the fabulous treats that members have brought in to share. The procedures we went through to reach our non-profit status were complex and successful. Budgets were considered and voted into use.

The quilters that have been active and caring are the most important and impressive of the last fifteen months. Committee chairs and Officers have done the activities that make our group so productive. Look to the last page of this newsletter to see who they are and remember what they have done. Our budget and finances are healthy. We have increased the frequency of speakers. Members have volunteered to chair our upcoming quilt extravaganza and the worker bees are making it all happen.

I see progress, but even more exciting are the plans for the future. I look forward to seeing so many wonderful quilts on display at St. Cyril’s Church event hall. I am eager to see members setting up our show to share the art of quilting. Our January meeting will be devoted to organizing donated item for the show and it will be heartwarming to see members working together to organize fabric, yardage, color and pattern. It will be exciting to witness the winning ticket randomly picked for the

winner of our bright and beautiful raffle quilt and even more exciting to see the winners of the minis. If you have never been to a County Line Show, you will be awed by the creativity.

See you at the meeting,

Carol Breinig President

www.countylinequilters.org

  

 

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tag:countylinequilters.org,2013:Post/1196777 2017-10-08T14:45:36Z 2018-08-10T03:17:16Z "Around the Garden Path" Quilt Show
County Line Quilters Presents

“Around the Garden Path”

We invite you to join us for our all-new quilt show, showcasing the talents of our County Line Quilters.
Demonstrations, Vendors, Raffle Quilts, Door Prizes and most importantly … IDEAS and INSPIRATION!

when
Saturday & Sunday
April 14th & 15th, 2018
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

where
St. Cyril of Jerusalem 
Social Hall 
1410 Almshouse Rd.
Jamison, PA 18929

google map link
https://goo.gl/maps/dxSMvGKB3Kt

Admission $7, children under 12 free, please no strollers. Handicapped accessible.


For those CLQ members interested in entering a quilt in the show
please fill out the registration form found here:

https://goo.gl/forms/DDcznrAvodcwZKZy2

Limit 2 quilts per member.

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