have aprons from grandma or aunt “doe” pleasebring the along for sharing. The following Sew DayOctober 16
, we will be making that “apron in anhour”. Still lots of time for your own projects sobring everything needed. Check the website tomake sure you have the right amount of fabric forthis apron project. These aprons are to be donatedto the St. Peters Church for give a way to “shut in”during the November Thanksgiving Holiday.
November we will have our collecting of gifts forchildren. All gifts must be unwrapped and new.Toys, quilts, pillows/cases. (especially needteenagers). Also any and all can foods or packagedfoods would be appreciated. This will also be ourHoliday party. Bring a little snack to share, coffee& bottled water will be supplied. A donated quilt byCeCe Petzke, will be up for someone to take home.Put your name in the pot to win this great quilt.$2.00 donated for single chance or $5.00 for 3chances. Someone will go home happy! Proceedswill be donated to the guild by CeCe Petzkec) No December meetings: HAVE A NICE HOLIDAYWITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
January we will be having a Block of the Monthprogram. We are looking for a chairman/leader forthis program. It’s a lot of fun. Who’s available – speak up! Let CeCe or Karen know if you arewilling.e) January meeting will be two versions on “binding”.Karen Nolte and Robin Quam-Heinen will be givingdemonstrations. Make a chore into something easyand bareable.
February meeting will be “Sew Valentine”. Askingeveryone to bring a home sewn valentine toexchange with another meeting. (i.e. post cards,