Meets on the second Friday each Month (September - June) at
Delmar Reformed Church, 386 Delaware Ave., Delmar, NY
9:45 - about noon ( Doors open at 9:15 am)
Meeting day workshops generally take place during the afternoon of the meeting . Guests are welcome at the monthly meetings; a $5 donation is requested. Click HERE for directions.
The annual membership fee for the guild year is $25.
To join, send name, address, phone, SASE, and your check (payable to Q.U.I.L.T.) for $25 to:
PO Box 523
Delmar, NY 12054-0523
Click HERE for Membership Registration form, which you can return with your check.
Workshop Registration Forms are on the Workshop Information Page.
Collecting winter gear at our November-March meetings. Bring wearable coats, hats, gloves, other winter clothing to the guild meeting to donate to the Capital City Rescue Mission. Questions-contact Pat Coleman.
QUILT AFTERNOONS-Quilt 101 in 2014-2015: 12:30-1:30 after guild meeting
no registration necessary - just come!
Oct., 2014 Connie Danko will facilitate "Tools and Tricks" to make quilting easier. Bring your ideas and examples of notions, tools, equipment, or tricks that were helpful while learning to quilt
Nov., 2014 Sally Bauer, "Quilting 101 Online", use of the computer to augment the quilting experience.
Jan. 9, 2015 – Kathie Greenwald - “What do judges look for?”
Feb. 13, 2015 - Connie Danko - "Needlpunch on wool"
May 14, 2015 - Ruth Baker - bias bindings
Other programs will be listed as details become available. If asked to help with a session, please say yes. Contact Connie Danko, email@example.com, or Sally Bauer, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you can help.
Capital Region Textile Artists (CRTA)
Other things to do:
Make placemats (approx. 14” x 18”) to donate to organizations providing meals to home-bound residents. Bring the placemats to the October and November meetings.
Summer projects: quilts for Albany Hospice, Camp Erin (Sept. 2014). Bunk bed sized quilts (42-50 wide, 70-82 long). Contact Marcia Hajeck for more information or with completed quilts. Bring to September meeting.
See Workshop Information page for Supply lists for the various workshops, as the lists become available.
DATE Meeting Workshops -if applicable
See Workshop Information Link for supply information as available
September 12 General Meeting
Meet our Members
Giant Show & Share
Service Project Work after general meeting
October 10 General Meeting and Lecture/Trunk Show "Journey into the Brain of an Art Quilter"
with Nancy DiDonato
workshop Oct 9 (9:30-3:30) "How DID She Do That" with Nancy DiDonato
Oct 10 (12:30-3:30) "The Log Cabin Block with a Flair" with Nancy DiDonato
Nov 7-9, 2014 Q.U.I.L.T., Inc Weekend Retreat Longfellows Inn & Restaurant, 500 Union Ave., Saratoga. Click HERE for Details and Registration Info November 14 General Meeting and Lecture/Trunk Show "Scrap Therapy - Seven Steps and More!" with Joan Ford
Workshop Nov 13(9:30-3:30)CANCELLED
Nov. 14 Workshop(12:30-3:30) "Scrap Therapy - Town Tote" with Joan Ford
December 12 General Meeting, Cookies, Guild Challenge January 9 Meet our Members February 13 General Meeting & Lecture/Trunk Show: "Who Can't Use Some Attitude?" with Marlous Carter Workshop Feb. 12 (9:30-3:30)CANCELLED
Feb 13(12:30-3:30) "Circles are Our Friends" with Marlous Carter
March 13 General Meeting, Guild Birthday Party, and Service Project Work Day April 10 General Meeting, Guild Challenge, and Raffle Drawing
May 8 Annual Meeting , General Meeting and Lecture/Trunk Show "Doors and Portals" with Esterita Austin
Workshop May 6-7 (9:30-3:30) "Self Portraits" with Esterita Austin
May 8(12:30-3:30) Completion of "Self Portraits" with Esterita Austin
Click HERE for details
June 12 General Meeting
Bring Food Pantry donations
Potluck Luncheon - Bring something to share based on first letter of last name: (A-F Dessert, G-N Main Dish, O-Z Salad)
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