July 2019 Meeting Minutes

Be sure to complete the COMQG 2020 program request survey. Another link will be sent for those who didn’t see it in the first email (myself included!)

The August meeting will be at Dabble & Stitch and the register will be open for any purchases (did I just hear some excited cheers??)

Quilt Con Charity Quilt – looking for 2 co-chairs to coordinate the design challenge within the guild, selecting the fabrics and getting the quilt sewn and shipped.

Make Modern is a digital quilting magazine that is featuring our guild this month! How cool is that??

You all should have received an email from the Modern Quilt Guild with info on two new challenges: American Patchwork & Quilting Challenge and Me + You Indah Batik Fabric Challenge.

The fund raising quilt is done and looks AMAZING! Well done everyone who helped. Next step is to sell tickets. More to come, but Marah did confirm we’ll have the Community Table at the Worthington Farmers Market on September 21. We’ll be selling tickets and talking with the public 7:30AM-1:00PM.

Lissa delivered 94 placemats to Meals on Wheels. Again, Well Done everyone who contributed.

Last year Joann Fabrics gave us bolts of fabric to design the quilt now hanging at their flagship store at Polaris. There are more than 10 bolts of fabric remaining many of which haven’t been opened. What do we want to do with them? Some ideas were: donate to My Very Own Blanket or James Stitching Sisters. Anyone else with ideas, please bring them to the August meeting where we’ll discuss again.

The Family picnic has been moved from July to Sunday September 15. Same place as last year in Bexley.

Social chairs, Randa and Cynthia are coordinating another happy hour. Stay tuned for details.

State Fair – those volunteering for quilt set up: it’ll be July 16 or 17 and takes 2-3 hours. Sunday Aug. 4 is our demo day. Bring whatever you’re working on. You’ll get free admission and parking pass. Looking for volunteers for Take Down on the same day. Last year it took about an hour. See Cassandra with any questions.

The Meal Train for Kelsey and her husband has been extended because it’s been so well received and helpful for the couple.

Marah gave an incredible demo on hand quilting.

minutes by Barbara K.

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