President Lori Jarmin started the meeting with announcements:
The Shelley Library is holding their annual quilt show on February 24 and 25th. For more information e-mail Kaylene Christensen at firstname.lastname@example.org or watch for updates to the website www.northbingham.lili.org
Connie Tabor showed one of the quilts (Split Rail) that will be taught
in her class on February 12th.
Those that had already signed up received a handout with instructions
on what to bring to the class.
The class on March 5th, being taught by Julia Wareing is a pattern from the Moda Love blog tour using layer cakes, charm packs and mini charm packs.
Joyce Lewis holding a miniature of the pattern that was made by Lori Jarmin using the mini charm pack.
Coming in April will be an applique class taught by Madge Lindsay and Connie Tabor. Methods such as needle turn, ruching, and broderie perse will be taught.
Madge Lindsay tells new members about the Elizabeth Baskets and the need for baby quilts, onesies and receiving blankets.
Editha VanOrden - our librarian - says we are not checking out books and wonders if we need to keep the library. This is to be discussed at the next board meeting.
Lori Jarmin introduced our next raffle quilt to be raffled at the Eastern Idaho State Fair. It is a quilt by Pat Speth from her book Nickel Quilts.
Julia Wareing made the blocks to show what colors to use for the blocks. The fabrics should be Kansas Troubles, Thimbleberries and Civil War.
Julie Martin handed out fabric for her friendship blocks
that will be made by the membership.
SHOW & TELL AND PHD'S
Joyce Lewis shows the baby quilt that was started at Charity Day.
Audrey Eberhard shows her PHD #4 - Spinning stars
to be used as a table topper.
to be used as a table topper.
Nancy Furniss showed the quilt she made for her husband for Christmas. It is a Kim Diehl pattern with no applique. Quilted by Connie Tabor.
Jonnel Kelley shows her cross stitch
Jonnel Kelley shows her "beetle bag".
She got the pattern at the 2014 "Quilt Fest".
Jonnel Kelley - "Beetle Bag" opened!
"Birch Tree" made with friendship blocks
Disappearing Nine Patch - made from a block exchange
Quilts made by Brenda Anderson (right) - patterns from Kim Diehl's
Simple Whatnots collection #2 available from Madsen's in Idaho Falls.
Doris Coffey - PHD # 1 Hexagons - hand stitched and hand quilted
Doris Coffey - PHD # 6B - Basket Weave - quilted by Connie Tabor
Doris Coffey - "Solomon's Puzzle" PHD # 11 - quilted by Deborah Poole
Trudy Stubbs - PHD # 6 Sunflowers - quilted with the McTavishing technique
Connie Tabor, Carol Dilg showing baby quilts made for charity,
quilted by Valarie Lemas and binding by Trudy Stubbs, right
4 burp cloths for Elizabeth Baskets
Trudy Stubbs showing bag made with fabric selvages
Fabric selvages made a cute tissue holder!
Trudy Stubbs - Front of the quilt made for her son - pattern "X's and O's"
PHD # 2 - King Size
Trudy Stubbs - Back of the above quilt - using squares of Christmas fabrics
Pat Goode - baby quilt made for her grandson
Pat Goode - Cottage Basket tablerunner
Linda Michaelson - 2 placemats - Chickadees - Linda's favorite bird
Used a product called "soft and stable" available at
Day Dream Quilt Shop in Idaho Falls
Linda Michaelson - 2 autumn placemats
Lori Jarmin - Christmas Table Mat - pattern by Kim Diehl
Lori Jarmin - Baby Quilt
Lori Jarmin - baby quilt - disappearing 9 patch and pinwheels
made with leftovers from the quilt
Serena Yancey - PHD - Snowman Row Quilt
Serena Yancey - tied quilt - made from Mary Englebright fabrics
Pattern is "Trip Around the World"
Ann Faulkner - block of the month - "1850's square"
"Chinese Auction" or to be politically correct
"Stash for Cash"
or just our way of recycling!
Judy Kirkham and Karen Price looking for some bargains
Lots and Lots of stash!
Joyce Lewis and Lori Jarmin collecting the items and calling out the winners
Joyce Lewis, Lori Jarmin, Mary Hege, Julia Wareing
calling names and delivering the stash to the rightful owner.
Julia Wareing delivering!
Thanks to all the members that help set up the "auction" and sold tickets
Madge Lindsay, Diantha Hatch, Mary Hege, Trudy Stubbs, Linda Michaelson,
Joyce Brower, Rosy Neitzel, Candy High, Connie Tabor, Editha VanOrden
and Lori Jarmin. Let me know if I forgot anyone!