The June meeting was called to order by Alice Baumgartner in place of our absent president, Lori Jarmin.  She made the following announcements:

Board Meeting is July 2, 2015 at 10:00 am.

Our next meeting will be our picnic at Jensen Grove on July 23, 2015 at 11:00 am.  Those members with last names A - L should bring a side dish, salad or dessert.  The club will provide the chicken.

Connie Tabor talked about the upcoming Eastern Idaho State Fair (September 5 - September 12).  Dates for entering into the fair are August 28, 29 from 11:00 am - 8:00 pm. She handed out fair books for those members that wanted them.  The online website is http://www.funatthefair.com/ for those that want to print or fill out entry forms.

Karen Price presented the block of the month - "Rosebud"

The finished Raffle Quilt was presented with thanks to Lori Jarmin for putting the quilt together, Terilee Jacobson for machine quilting and Janey Cook for doing the binding.

Joyce Brower handed out packets of tickets for members to sell before the fair starts and will have a sign up sheet next month for selling tickets at the fair. Proceeds from the ticket sales will go to the 
Blackfoot Meals on Wheels program.

Karen Price gave a book report on the book "40 Fabulous Quick Cut Quilts" by Evelyn Sloppy.  She made a sample of the cover quilt block 
titled "Honeyberries"


Joyce Brower showing her friendship block for Jonnel Kelley

Ann Faulkner showing her friendship block for Jonnel Kelley

Madge Lindsay holding block from Connie Tabor, Sally Strawn, 
Ann Faulkner, and Leora Melton showing 
their friendship blocks for Karen Price.


Linda Watson - 3 tablerunners - PHD"S # 2,11,12

Nancy Furniss showing block of the month 
from May meeting,  "Spring Star"

Jean Korth - PHD # 2 - Gentlemen's Quarter pattern

Linda Michaelson - 2 mug rugs

Linda Michaelson -  Christmas stocking

Linda Michaelson - iron caddy

 Linda Michaelson - PHD # 3 - Fox Quilt she made for herself

Trudy Stubbs - PHD # 2

 Trudy Stubbs - quilt she made at Julia Wareing's class

 Trudy Stubbs - Cowbow Quilt - PHD # 1

Trudy Stubbs - 9 patch, quarter square triangles

Julie Martin - Made from homespun fabrics - a wedding quilt for Reagan and Tyler - to be used as a ball game quilt - machine quilted by Connie Tabor
Left - helping to show is Alice Baumgartner

Diantha Hatch - 3 zippered bags

Diantha Hatch - last month block of the month - "Spring Star"

Diantha Hatch - t-shirt quilt made for youngest son

Lynda Sponenburgh - 5 PHD'S - 5,7,8,10, 20
Kim Diehl pattern - "Cloud Nine"

Kim Diehl pattern - "Sunday Supper"

Kim Diehl pattern - "Meandering"

Kim Diehl pattern - Idaho Lily - hand applique - needle turn method
 Lynda Sponenburgh - pattern by Lori Holt - "Apron Strings"
Ann Faulkner - "Blue Creation"  took 7 years to complete
Right - friend Sally Strawn

Doris Coffey - PHD # 1, t-shirt quilt for granddaughter
Doris Coffey - PHD # 13 - machine quilted by Shirley Wilson

Garnalee Harrington - blanket for Elizabeth Basket
Garnalee and her husband leaving for a mission to the Phillipines for 18 months.

Jonnel Kelley - made for her husband - farm lap quilt

Mary Hege - PHD'S - baby crib quilts

 Mary Hege - PHD - Mystery Quilt - made with members of the 
"Stitch and Giggle" Quilt Club

Elaine McNair - Made for her youngest granddaughter, 
that picked out the fabric - Pattern is called "Square Dance"
Quilted by LeeAnn Price

Elaine McNair - pillow sham and pillows to go with quilt 

Carol Dilg - Made for18 year old granddaughter 
that just graduated from High School

Binders of Quilter's Newsletter Magazine donated by Dixie Jacky,
a long time member that is moving to Boise to be near her grandkids.
We will miss you!!!!!!!

Other magazines donated by Trudy Stubbs.  Thank You!!!


Lori Jarmin, president, greeted the members and made the following announcements:

The charity raffle quilt top is done and will be quilted by Terilee Jacobson.  It will be ready to be shown at the June meeting and there will be packets with a photo and tickets for each member to sell.  Joyce Brower will be in charge of this.

June 4th at 10:00 am there will be a board meeting that will cover the rest of the summer activities and fall planning.

Our summer picnic will be our meeting for July.  It will be at Jensen Grove at the pavillion and not the shelter.  More information will be available at our June meeting.

Lori Jarmin asked the question "Why do we quilt"?  She does it for her family and friends and Julia Wareing said it is her creative outlet and also nurturing her family.  I think we can all agree that we love the socialization and the creativity that we get from being a club member.

The BLOCK OF THE MONTH was presented by Editha VanOrden.  
It is called "Spring Star".

Friendship Blocks were done for Garnalee Harrington by:
Nan Harrison, Editha VanOrden, Gloria Udy

Friendship Blocks were done for Jonnel Kelley:
Editha VanOrden, Alice Baumgartner, Audrey Eberhard, Dixie Jacky (held by Lori Jarmin), Nancy Furniss, DeeJuana Dalley

Friendship blocks were done for Karen Price:
 Joyce Lewis, Alice Elison, Dianth Hatch, Doris Coffey, Editha VanOrden
Janine Shigihara, Nancy Furniss

Audrey Eberhard, Tiffany Lamb, Madge Lindsay, Trudy Stubbs, 
Scarlett Atkins, Linda Michaelson

Nancy Furniss gave a BOOK REPORT and showed her example of one of the projects in the book by Janet Houts, and Jean Ann Wright.  She highly recommended this book titled "Circle of Nine".

Lori suggested that we make a list of our favorite websites for shopping, quilt ideas, blogs and bring them to our next meeting so we can have the list for the members.  She follows the following blog:
http://luciethehappyquilter.com/ about a long arm quilter that lives in England.

It was suggested by Diantha Hatch that we have a list of local quilters and places to take our machines for servicing.  A paper was handed out to write these down and copies will be given out at our next club meeting.

Alice Baumgartner gave a demo on ROTARY MAT CARE:  She handed out the following information:

Keep Clean!
Use soft brush, a plastic scrubby or art gum eraser.
Keep Moist!
Wipe with wet cloth and dry before storing.
Soak 15 to 20 minutes flat in cool water with
1/4 cup white vinegar to one gallon water.
Keep Flat!
Do not store on end.  Lay flat to store, under bed, on table or hang from hanger.
Definitely NO HEAT!
Do not put hot things on top of mat.  Don't iron on mat, Don't leave in the car because heat warps your mat.
You should clean and hydrate your mat at least 2 times per year.


Marty Freeburne - PHD - denim quilt with fabric from Hawaii 
made for her grandson in Hawaii 

 Back of denim quilt - has no batting

Doris Coffey - PHD # 11 - made for her granddaughter 
for her high school graduation

Vee Gibson - PHD # 16 - feather pattern from Pinterest

Nan Harrison - Receiving blanket for Elizabeth Baskets
 Nan Harrison - log cabin quilted by her daughter in Colorado
 Nan Harrison - quilt made by her daughter in Colorado 
the hearts are satin stitched on

Tiffany Lamb - PHD # 20  Twister wall hangings made for her friend

 Tiffany Lamb - Twister wall hanging made for her friend

Diantha Hatch - Wall Hanging 

Diantha Hatch - block of the month from February
"Antique Tile "

Garnalee Harrington - Receiving blanket and burps  
donated to the Elizabeth Baskets
 Garnalee Harrington - Receiving blanket and burps
donated to the Elizabeth Baskets

Garnalee Harrington - for grandson's graduation

Joyce Brower - "Salt Water Taffy" baby quilt
saw this at the fair and has been wanting to make it

Scarlett Atkins - PHD - her first quilt! and she quilted it herself 
She just started making quilts October 2014
 Scarlett Atkins - PHD - Fourth of July throw 

Linda Michaelson - PHD # 11 - Wool Ruby Beholder bag 
made in class taught my Mary Woods 
 Linda Michaelson - PHD # 2 "Tristan's Quilt" pattern is "Rick Rack 9" 
by Bonnie Hunter, quilted by Connie Tabor

Trudy Stubbs - PHD # 5  Goat bag made for Debbie Bass

 Trudy Stubbs - sweater dress - with added buttons 
it will look like a watermelon

Susan Spencer - PHD # 2 or 3
Dr. Seuss  "The Cat in the Hat" quilt made for grandbaby
 Susan Spencer - PHD # 2 or 3  Feathered Star quilt 
made from a Block of the Month by Marti Michell

Karen Price - Yo Yo flag quilt

Margaret Peterson - Reversible placemats- made with Peltex

Lynda Sponenburgh - PHD - "Widdlytinks"
Whatknots Club - by Kim Diehl
 Lynda Sponenburgh - PHD - "Laundry Day" - Kim Diehl pattern
Lynda Sponenburgh - PHD - "Barn Star" - Kim Diehl pattern
 Lynda Sponenburgh - PHD 

Marilyn Andersen - first quilt made by her daughter
quilted by Shelly Day

Vickie Mendenhall - 2 sets of booties - donated to the Elizabeth Baskets

Madge Lindsay - quilt  made for her daughter's birthday
home machine quilted by Madge

Madge Lindsay - set blocks for Berniece Hoskins - former member 
Friendship blocks from 1995 - 1996 - machine quilted by Madge

Valarie Lemas - has made 10 of these bags for friends and has 
donated this one to the Elizabeth Baskets - "The Cat in the Hat" fabric

Valarie Lemas - baby quilt made for her friends daughter
 Valarie Lemas - "Grandmother's Flower Garden"  
 has worked on it for two years and plans to hand quilt

Valarie Lemas - Flag of Scotland - made for friend's wife 
because she was born in Scotland

Audrey Eberhard - did binding for baby quilt 
made and quilted by Connie Tabor and donated to the Elizabeth Baskets