Sherri Colette opened the zoom meeting at 6:30 pm. January 26th
Tonight's program is Showcasing Heirloom Quilts and Needlework.
Visitor, Hannah Edwards, was welcomed.
All members ,outgoing and incoming, were thanked for their service.
Treasurer, Karen Camm, reported that there are 24 paid members. If you haven't
paid your dues you can send them via Paypal to Karen.
Social Media- Ellen Quillen asked that you send her a message if you don't want
something shared on Instagram or Facebook.
Fundraising- Heather Zifchak reported that we will continue doing Mrs. Pumpkin's.
We make $5.00 for each chicken pie sold, and there is no inventory or risk involved.
Swaps- Kara mentioned we'll be making quilted bowls. Requirements are they will be delivered
or mailed by March 23rd. If you wear a nametag to a meeting, you will receive extra raffle tickets.
Community Outreach- Beverly Swaim is collecting dental health products for Social Services
between Feb. 4-14, and also donated Quilts sized 45-60 inches can be left at her home,
Her address is 2960 Kedron Ct., Winston- Salem. (336)655-4186.
Quilt Con has opened back up for registration. Lee Monroe reported that most of
the lectures have room, and quite a few classes have openings. All classes are pre-recorded
and can be re-watched during Quilt Con.
Programs- Roseanne Morgan introduced Ann Monroe who is in charge of February's
program which is reviewing several fairly new quilt books. Each volunteer will
spend 5 minutes describing her favorite part of the assigned book.
Modern Patchwork Home- Ellen Quillen
Sew and Quilt and Tilda- Heather Zifchak
Handmade Getaway - Ann Monroe
Kaffe Quilts in America- Cynthia Lees
The meeting in March will explore Cotton- from field to manufacturing.
Several members shared their beautiful heirloom quilts and needlework.
Our next meeting is February 23rd. you will receive a zoom invite to the meeting.
Be sure to bring your show n' tell !
Elizabeth Morgan, Secretary