Quilters in the Community

Quilters are always giving time, love, and of course quilts, to others. This page is dedicated to showing a small portion of what our members do for our community and ways for others to also get involved.

 

CENTENNIAL LIBRARY BEE

Come have fun learning from one another while sharpening your skills and working on fun small projects. In January Ann Hicks will share her tips and techniques to make rotary cutting easier.  If you have special tips for rotary cutting, we would love to hear from you as well so come prepared to share.

 MEETING DATE: Last Wednesday of every month – January 31, 2018

TIME: Set up is from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m., Sharing and sewing time – 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

 Some cutting and pressing supplies will be provided as well as some machines.  However, you are encouraged to bring your own machine.

For more information and to RESERVE your space, contact Becky Greenleaf at  gb_greenleaf@yahoo.com

Project Linus Mystery Quilt Challenge

The Project Linus group which is all about getting blankets to children in need is having their big fundraiser of the year. Many of our members participate and would love to share our progress below as we make this mystery quilt for a great cause.

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Blocks for Project Linus's annual Mystery Quilt Challenge. All weekly block patterns are available throughout the whole challenge so it is never too late to join and make some of these precious blocks too!

Habitat for Humanity

 

It was an honor to have Becky Holly present this family with the quilt Pam Thompson made during their welcome home ceremony. We all hope that it brings comfort and love into their new home that Habitat for Humanity made possible.

It was an honor to have Becky Holly present this family with the quilt Pam Thompson made during their welcome home ceremony. We all hope that it brings comfort and love into their new home that Habitat for Humanity made possible.

Jackie Ward, second from left, with Midland Quilters Guild, presents a handmade quilt to Stacy Evans and her sons Marlon and Jeremiah at the dedication of Evans' Habitat for Humanity home.  Alynda Best, Executive Director of Habit for Humanity is pictured on the far left.  Evans' home is the 147th  build for Habitat for Humanity in Midland and was completed as a memorial to Clark Moreland, (former Midland County Commissioner, Precinct 3) by his family.

Jackie Ward, second from left, with Midland Quilters Guild, presents a handmade quilt to Stacy Evans and her sons Marlon and Jeremiah at the dedication of Evans' Habitat for Humanity home.  Alynda Best, Executive Director of Habit for Humanity is pictured on the far left.  Evans' home is the 147th  build for Habitat for Humanity in Midland and was completed as a memorial to Clark Moreland, (former Midland County Commissioner, Precinct 3) by his family.