Our January meeting started with a new board, new visitors and lots of happenings!
First, we discussed our Make it Modern challenge for the PVQA show.
If you want to enter your Make it Modern Challenge Quilt into the PVQA
show, please visit the PVQA Website
and submit your entry by Monday, January 8.
Please make sure that if you enter the Make it Modern Quilts that you select the following options to ensure all quilts hang together:
- 2018 Quilt Division – Group Display Quilts
- Group or Workshop Name – SBAMQG Make it Modern
If you are a non PQVA member please do not pay the non-member entry fee (the system will allow you to submit without payment), as SBAMQG will be handling payment for our group exhibit.
Jeannie Land will be coordinating pick-up of quilts at the February 6th
meeting, so please make sure your quilt is ready to go with a Quilt Show Label
affixed and that your quilt also meets all of submission guidelines
(including a 4 inch hanging sleeve). Jeannie will also pick-up the quilts from the show and return them to you at the March meeting.
is quickly approaching! Hope to see you there! We are collecting names of all of us who are going and hopefully we can meetup and find roomies and connect as a guild while we are there. This beauty, which Karen contributed to, will be on display at the show!
The San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles
will feature an exhibit titled Loaded Conversations and will display work based on concerns and commentary regarding guns and violence and safety over guns. “Gun violence has taken its toll all over the world, in many different ways. An enormous divide exists between people who cherish their heritage of gun ownership and others who are concerned that guns contribute to the rising tide of gun violence.” Our very own Pam Rocco will have her work “Without Gun Control” on display as part of this exhibit and we could not be more proud of her.
San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, San Jose, California: April 22, 2018 – July 15, 2018
Opening reception on Sunday, April 22, 2018
The Road to California quilt show in Ontario started yesterday and Mickey Beebe will have her “Eichler Houses” quilt on display there. She’ll be going to the show and we look forward to hearing from about her adventures at the February 6th meeting.
FABMO has an upcoming sale on January 25th. Click on link for more details.
Harts Fabric has two events worth getting excited about – First, Alex Veronelli will be stopping by with free samples and lots of info on why Aurifil is the best choice in thread for quilters. The talk is free and all are encouraged to come! Date is Feb. 16th at both 11 am and 3 pm. Also, as always, Harts will be having its Super Bowl Sunday sale and the entire store will be 20-40% off. Show up early for best selection. Date is February 4th from 10-5.
As always, our Sew ‘n Tell showed off our many talented members.