We are 83 members strong. Some of you may be wondering if you would really fit in with this club. Do you sew? Quilt? Embroider? Want to learn? Curious about what we do every week? Every Thursday from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m., and the first Saturday of every month, we have open sewing to work on our own projects or the numerous charity projects we do every year. Currently, members are working on a sampler quilt, Seven Stars Foundation camp quilts for children of military, baby quilts for Bundles for Babies at Sheppard Air Force Base, donation quilts to the Denton Quilt Guild. The afternoons are devoted to teaching projects and Show and Tell of projects completed. We also have a lot of equipment for use by our members, including a large number of Accuquilt dies.
On the first Thursday in May, Ruth Loyd taught us how to use some of the new Accuquilt dies we have in our inventory.
The second Thursday in May was our Show and Tell. It was moved to the clubhouse to give us more room. Some of the ladies were first-time quilters from our quilting class earlier this year.
On the third Thursday in May, Marguerite Rose demonstrated more of our Accuquilt dies and added a tortilla warmer as well—a great way to heat up your tortillas in the microwave.
On the fourth Thursday in May, Corinne Milligan demoed a rooster pin cushion.
Come check us out. We are friendly and helpful, and we love to welcome new sewers.