Come check us out! We meet on the third Tuesday of each Month, 7:00 PM at St. Leonard's Church in Heath

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Programs - After the guild’s business meeting, there is a program each month. Programs are usually speakers whom are invited to the meeting to share their specialty knowledge on a quilting related topic.

January 15, 2019 – Artist in Residence, Carol Arbaugh. Lifetime member of the guild and 2019 Artist in Residence. She will share her quilting stories and many of her quilts.

February 19, 2019 – Busy B’s Friendship Group Presents How to Finish a Quilt. Clarita Denius and her friendship group will do a stations demonstration on how to finish your quilt. Stations will include trimming the quilt, adding the binding, how to finish off the binding, labels, and adding a sleeve.


March 16, 2019 – Banquet. Guest speaker is Sharon McConnell. Topic is Seeing Patterns in New Ways to Create Unique and Personal Quilts - 

April 16, 2019 –The Joyful Sort.  Kelly Beutler, owner of The Joyful Sort. She is a professional organizer who will give a lecture on how to organize our sewing rooms – https//  

May 21, 2019 – Designing Fabric.  Deb Strain is presenting Designing Fabric. Deb has been a designer for MODA fabrics for over 20 years and has created over 100 fabric collections with them.  She will share how her hand drawn and hand painted artwork evolves into lovely fabric. Using artwork from actual fabrics, quilters are guided through her journey of fabric design from initial concept to delivery in our favorite quilt stores.  She will bring 20-30 quilts made over the years from her fabrics.


June 18, 2019 – Quilt Fabric and Notion Sale and Ice Cream Social

July 16, 2019 – Candance Hassen –Trunk Show

August 20, 2019 – Teri Tope will provide a lecture on How to Become a Material Girl.

September 17, 2019 – Lunns will do a lecture and trunk show on color theory.

October 15, 2019 – trunk show by Lynn Carson Harris

November 19, 2019 – Mindy Kshywonis is presenting the program “Ink Lingo”.  Mindy discovered INKLINGO last year on YouTube.  She initially asked for the free demo patterns and became hooked. INKLINGO basically prints the pattern pieces on the back of fabric with an inkjet printer with intersection points marked for super easy alignment without templates for complicated stars, hexies, etc. Many sizes and combinations offered. One must prepare the fabric by ironing onto appropriate shaped freezer paper which can be used over and over. Pieces are closely aligned so as not to waste fabric and another configuration allows for speedy rotary cutting. Fussy cutting possible for kaleidoscope quilting and for the millefiori designs too.

December 17, 2019 – Holiday Party

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