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The Pine Needle Press
Volume 31 Issue 4
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Pine Tree Quilt Guild
April 2014
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A newsletter of the Pine Tree Quilt Guild of Nevada County,
having taken root in the fabric of the Grass Valley community since 1984. Published monthly except August.
11255 Banner Mine Way, Nevada City 95959
www.PineTreeQuiltGuild.com
April President’s Message
Welcome daylight savings time and spring! The flowers and buds blooming, new
leaves and more daylight energize me! It’s a great time of year to complete quilts
and enter them in the Spring Time in the Pines quilt show. Our next Guild meeting is
April 1, and that’s the deadline for getting quilt show entry forms to Nancyan Tracy.
We are honored to have our very own FAMOUS Sandra Bruce for our April guest
speaker, and workshop presentation, Material Matrix. the next day, Sandra has a
five page article in Quilting Arts Magazine this month! Congratulations, Sandra!
Rumors abound within any group and our Guild is no exception. Recently I was asked why the Guild
needs to do fund raising when there is a projected surplus in the Guild of over $8,000 this year. Hmmm,
that’s news to the Board! The reality is $8,170 is the profit budgeted for the Quilt Show profit. To
summarize the 2014 budget, we have a total income projected of $23,670, and expenditures of $27,662
for a shortfall of $3,662. That means we are spending $3,662 more than we are expecting to take in!
Our expenses are so high because we are very generous to our community and members. We give
scholarships, community services, pay storage and meeting space rent, insurance, have quality speakers
and workshops, and on and on! Some years we are able to add to our surplus, and then there are other
years we have had to use some of our surplus, and are grateful it’s there. If anyone has any concerns or
questions about fundraising, finance, or any activities offered by the Guild, please bring those concerns
directly to an Executive Board member to be addressed.
Our Guild consists of an amazing group of energetic ladies! Without their ideas and capabilities to carry
out projects, we would be a pretty dull place. A huge thank you to Ruth Bertaccini, Joan Mosley and Kate
Grant for the fun March Mixer, Lois Hodges for the Challenge Quilt contest, and Joy Waggener, LeVeta
Nevius and Margaret Boothby for presenting their entertaining play “The Road to
California.” It was a delightful evening and all who attended went away smiling.
Everyone is encouraged to sign up to work on the Quilt Show! It’s always fun to be one
of the helpers and be involved with the set-up, take down or the Show itself.
Anne Wilson
President
Table of Contents
2014 Officers & Board Members
12
2014 April Program & Workshop
11
Affiliates
10
Anniversaries & Birthdays
13
May Program & Workshop
13
Board Mtg Minutes
online
Guild Challenge Winners
9
Community Service/Drop-in & Sew 10
Education Outreach
7
Financial Information
2&3
Gala Information
4
General Meeting Minutes online
Guild Meeting Dates
2
Highlights of Guild Positions
7
Guild Challenge
6
Home Workshop
11
May Program
March Mixer
Patchwork Star
President’s Message
Quilt Show Car Sign
Quilt Show News
Quilt Shows & Events
Share & Care
13
8
3
1
5
2, 4-6
13
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Guild Meeting Dates April 2014
Meeting
General Meeting
Location
Day of the Month & Time
Grass Valley Charter School
April
1st Tuesday at 6:30pm
1st
225 S. Auburn, Grass Valley
Speaker Workshop
Seventh Day Adventist Church, GV
Wednesday after General Mtg
2nd
PTQG Board Meeting
Eskaton Village, 49er Room, GV
2nd Thursday, at 6:30pm
10th
Newsletter Deadline
[email protected]
5pm Saturday after Board Mtg
12th
Junior Quilters
Salvation Army, Alta St. GV
2nd Saturday at 10:30 am
12th
Community Service
Seventh Day Adventist Church, GV
3rd Thursday, 9:30 am
17th
Drop-In �n Quilt
Seventh Day Adventist Church, GV
3rd Thursday, 9:30 am
17th
Home Workshop
Seventh Day Adventist Church, GV
3rd Thursday, 9:30 am
17th
Quilt Show Committee
Eskaton Village, 49er Room, GV
3rd Tuesday at 6:30 pm
22nd
Pine Tree Quilt Guild
January 1 - December 31, 2013
ACTUAL EXPENSES
Revenue:
Speaker Workshops
Memberships
Treasure Table
Quilt Show Profit
Donations
Bank/CD Interest
Home Workshops
Opportunity Quilt
General Income Projects/Beginner Basics
General Fund
Total Revenue
Expenses:
Program:
Speakers and Workshops
Speaker Travel and Meals
Hall of Honor
Guild Mixer
July Picnic
Annual Holiday Party
Newsletter
Opportunity Quilt Costs
Community Service:
Community Service Projects
Education Outreach
Scholarship and Supplies
Classroom Rental
Historian/Photo
Home Workshops
Membership
NCQC
Patchwork Star
Share and Care
Library
Publicity
Jamboree
Junior Members
General Operating Expenses:
Equipment & Storage
Gifts, Prizes and Contributions
Insurance
Meeting Rental & Setup
Miscellaneous
Website
Total Expenses
Net LOSS
PRIOR
REPORT
$ 1,875
5,888
184
7,655
350
31
4,978
100
$ 21,061
REVISED
REPORT
$ 2,085
5,819
184
8,034
394
31
4,978
$ 21,525
7,000
2,200
50
50
90
100
450
450
$ 5,700
1,404
22
154
250
385
2,082
$
1,500
350
3,075
240
100
50
550
275
25
75
100
3,000
500
1,223
435
3,000
840
122
706
111
74
51
2,910
240
1,992
335
3,000
420
144
1,750
300
600
1,025
405
500
$ 24,810
772
205
590
1,030
1,035
460
$ 23,801
772
205
590
1,450
930
460
$ 24,065
$ (2,740)
$
BUDGET
$ 2,500
6,250
600
7,650
100
60
150
4,500
300
2,900
$ 25,010
$
5,630
1,546
22
132
250
111
385
673
681
250
74
51
812
2,910
240
The major changes were moving Community Service expenses out of Opportunity Quilt;
deviding classroom rental between Meeting and Community Service; and moving Publicity
(2,540)
2013 Budget Revisions
Revisions to Budget
The major changes were
moving Community Service
expenses out of Opportunity
Quilt; dividing classroom
rental between Meeting and
Community Service; and
moving Publicity out of
Opportunity Quilt and Quilt
Show Profit.
Quilt Show Deadlines!
Quilt Show entries are due
April 1st.
All submissions for the Quilt
Show PROGRAM are due
April 5th.
April 18th is the deadline for
your GALA RESERVATION
Everyone is included, but the
planners need to give the
caterer a number for the food.
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Patchwork Star for April
Lila Sugg
If you were to look up the word “classy” in the dictionary, you would see Lila's picture. I've always said, “When I
grow up I want to be just like Lila!” She and husband, Tom, have an exceptional panoramic view of Lake Wildwood,
perched high among stately oaks and mossy green rocks. Married 63 years they have lived here 36 years. Life is
good! Precious, doting daughter-in-law Julia, married to their son Edward, makes sure Lila is taken to all quilting
events.
An Asian influence decidedly permeates each room. Flowers were everywhere. I was the bee. Quilts, hooked
rugs, dolls and furniture lent a visual serenity with rich leathery browns, jewel tones, sapphires and vermilions.
Liberal yet subdued touches of Sulky Silver or Madeira Gold metallic quilting threads (stitched with a size 14 needle)
grace many original designs. “Success”, she claims, “is due to Sewer's Aid for machine or hand work.” Adding
emphatically, “I never take my quilts to a professional long-arm quilter. I wouldn't feel like it was mine!” Zillions of
cotton thread spools are ordered through a Connecting Threads catalogue. No glue, no double-sticky products are
ever used. Lila is bent on saving a nickel, searching out deals.
Lila is a natural born artist with a poet's eye for design. She can draw anything! Cherubic young faces and
whimsical animals come alive in her drawings. A special crayon technique, soft and ethereal, graces many quilts.
Forty some years ago she worked painting airplanes at Hamilton Air Force Base where Tom was a pilot. Her favorite
job there, however, was being a secretary where she could dress up. Lila loves to dress prettily. An artistic prodigy,
she has sewn coats and jackets second to none.
Separate bins of lace, ultra suede, elastics, wools and silks are neatly
categorized. Twelve discreetly hidden shelves of “stash”, tightly stuffed,
reveal a beguiling collection of favorites--heavy on the Asian. Claiming, “I
know where everything is”, sweet Lila demystifies her passion. “When
you're a sewer you have to have supplies.” This is a home where beauty in
her person is equal to the beauty in her creation.
A sophisticated iron and ironing board combo called “the Monster” from
Italy is prominent among five sewing machines. A little demo proved it extra
steam worthy with the ability to pre-shrink fabrics. Yes, she is a perfectionist.
Lila is not afraid to try new techniques. She's entered Sulky Thread contests,
hand-painted flowers on the bathroom wall and lately taken a potholder
quilting class. Additionally, she's a needleturn applique purist—no raw edges.
Gleaning fresh ideas from TV, magazines and books, Lila insists, “I'm a good
copier!”
Like a pretty lullabye, soft spoken and unpretentious, Lila is without
pretense. She is a cherished legend among us, prompting a quote from Oscar
Wilde: “Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.”
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Jeanie Ferguson
Patchwork Star Reporter
Pine Tree Quilt Guild Financial Report for February
Beginning balance Feb. 1, 2014
12,960.15
Deposits
2,130.75
Expenses
(1,830.44)
Checking balance Feb. 28, 2014
Savings
13,260.46
30,423.64
Quilt Show balance
5,756.79
Total cash Feb. 28, 2014
49,440.89
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Quilt Show News.......... Quilt Show Update
As of March 11, with a little over 50 days left before our 30th anniversary show,
we had only 68 quilts entered in the show. We also had only 13 quilts in our
special Charter/Hall of Honor exhibit. I am hoping that each and every one of you
are working hard to get those quilt entries in. We are also in great need for volunteers to work the
show. I know that White Glove, alone, still needs 18 volunteers to work both Saturday and Sunday
with other areas still needing people to work. Please consider what you can do to make this show a
special one. Thank you!
Barbara Ceresa, Quilt Show Chair
To All Members of the Pine Tree Quilt GuildВ You are cordially invited to attend the
В 30th Anniversary Celebration Gala of PTQG
Friday, May 2
5:30 - 8:00
Nevada County Fairgrounds
В Please join us in the Main Building at 5:30 for a special sneak preview ofВ our quilts,
accompanied byВ charming music from the ladies of Laissez-FaireВ .В В At 6:30,В we move on to Ponderosa Hall for some delicious wine from Lucchesi Winery,
delectable hors d'oeuvres from GimmieCakeToo! Catering, and theВ delightful musicВ of Dave
Riddles and Friends. We will have the van available for transport, if needed.
В All members may bring one guest for no charge. Any additional guests will be charged $10
each. We will have signups at the April Guild meeting, where you will receive your tickets. If
you cannot attend the April meeting, but wish to come to the Gala,
please contact Joan Mosley at 477-5117 or [email protected]
She will hold your tickets for you at the door.
The deadline for RSVP is APRIL 18th.
(We need an accurate head count for the caterers.)
В See you there!
Use these signs to promote our show!
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Basket Committee
The basket committee is searching for a few good
donations. We are accepting items that are related
to to sewing, quilting. Examples are as follows:
fabrics ( fat quarters work best), quilting books,
patterns and notions that would be used by quilters.
The winning basket group or individual will be treated to a Carriage Ride
and Lunch provided by Empire Carriage! Sounds like a delightful time to
be had with friends or family.
A note about the mini groups. The ladies from Uncommon Threads have
removed themselves from the competition due to their multiple wins.
Thank you in advance for your generous donations.
Please contact Trish Morris-Plise with any questions at
[email protected]
SILENT AUCTION SILENT AUCTION SILENT AUCTION
Now is the time to get in there and hustle. Get you Silent Auction
donations finished up.
We have about a dozen and need many many more. Look through your
UFOs to see if you have something you could finish up easily. Bring it in
and WOW us with it. We will be very impressed with it, I promise. Give us
a call and we will meet you somewhere and pick it up.
Carol Riddles, Silent Auction Chair
Ginni DeThomas, Silent Auction Co-Chair
(530) 478-1906
(530) 205-9536
Quilt Show Set-up and Take Down
Call Ruth Bertaccini if you can help!
Many hands make light work!
Ruth 272-7423
QUILT SHOW PUBLICITY
Thank you, thank you PTQG members
for all you are doing to help publicize
the Quilt Show this year! At the last
Guild meeting all of the flyers,
bookmarks and invite cards which were
brought to the meeting were picked up.
In addition several members have
volunteered to take packets of flyers
and bookmarks to out-of-area guild
meetings which they plan to attend and
several have requested additional invite
cards. Yesterday I found our Show
bookmarks already on the counters of
two local businesses – and we haven’t
even started to distribute to local
merchants yet! PTQG members are the
best!
We will have additional flyers and
bookmarks available at the April Guild
meeting. Be sure and pick some up to
share with friends and family, your
church group, golf friends, book group,
etc., etc.! If you have any publicity
suggestions or need additional flyers/
bookmarks, please don’t hesitate to
contact me or any of the other Quilt
Show Publicity Committee members:
Kate Grant, Kristan Harrington, Ginny
Lee and Joy Waggener.
Keep up the good work of getting the
word out about our amazing show – all
your efforts are very much appreciated!
Sharon Ellisor,
Quilt Show Publicity Chair.
274-1695
Quilt Show Programs
I am still looking for programs from
other Guild shows! It is helpful to see
what other Guilds include or omit. For
example -- how many are including
advertising? What kind? How do they
list quilt entries?
Thanks for bringing me programs.
Lois Hodges
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“Highlights of Guild Positions”
Pine Tree Quilt Guild Scholarships
The Pine Tree Quilt Guild promotes education in the textile arts through participation in the guild, outreach
programs, speakers and workshops. In addition, the Guild furthers its educational goals by the granting of two
scholarships each year to graduating high school students or current college students who are pursuing study in
textile arts, design or other art-related fields.
Applicants must be residents of Nevada County. Applicants may apply to their scholarship office at their respective
high school or may apply directly to the scholarship chair of the Guild who will forward an application to the
applicant. All completed applications must be received no later than April 1st.
One award is in memory of Jeanne E. Gill and the other is in memory of Carol Phillips. Each scholarship is for
$1,500 and is administered by their chosen college upon proof of registration. The scholarship chair is responsible
for sending letters to all the Nevada County public and private schools as well as the junior colleges in the area
inviting students to apply. Once the applications are received in April, a scholarship committee is formed to evaluate
the applications based on art interests, grade point average, need, goals and college preparedness. Two recipients
are chosen and notified. The awards are granted at each school’s Award Night, the students are encouraged to
display a piece of their art work at the Pine Tree Quilt Guild show in May and they are invited to meet the guild at
our June meeting. The scholarship chair coordinates these activities as well as the delivery of the scholarship money
to each applicable college.
Working with the students is an enriching experience. Our scholarships help remarkable students pursue their artrelated dreams.
Pat Gillings
Scholarship
Props committee is looking for some helpers to
set up and take down props. You get a free pass to
the show!
We are also looking for some silk flower garlands. The type that are
about 6-8' long. We need about 6 garlands.
We can also use:
plants or bushes -- 1'-3' high, in large pots
Pictures of quilts for the pin-up wall in the Northern Mines Bldg.
AND
-Still need volunteers for ;
Props receiving on Friday 9-10 am
Props set up on Friday at 1:30 pm, until done (probably 2-3 hours)
Props take down on Sunday 3:30 pm, until done
Contact Donna White at 273-1589 or
[email protected]
Quilt Show Deadlines!
Quilt Show entries are due April
1st.
All submissions for the Quilt
Show program are due April 5th.
April 18th is the deadline for
your Gala reservation. Everyone
is included, but the planners need
to give the caterer a number for
the food.
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March Mixer
March Mixer
Smiles and laughter were the actions of
the night! Robin Mello received her Hall
of Honor award. Marjorie McConnell
continued promoting her Community
Service projects, receiving oodles of
material as members tried for a prize in
the drawing. Lorna Tiller collected
money for the cookbook, Sips, Savories
and Sweets which will be distributed at
our April meeting, with remaining
copies being sold at the Quilt Show in
May. Everyone had fun as they chatted,
voted for the Challenge Quilts, and
sampled the treats, many from the
cookbook!
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Guild Challenge
Congratulations to the winners! Thanks for the wonderful level of
participation. We had 16 “Color, Shape and Noun” quilts at the
March meeting and they were all beautiful. Please remember to fill
out a quilt show entry form for your quilt. If you have a Challenge
Quilt that wasn’t finished for the voting, please finish it and enter it
in the Quilt Show. They will be hung together so everyone an see
our challenge results.
Special Thanks to the Cook family, Trudie Ferreira and Mary
Serpa. Without their massive and energetic help the quilts would
have been taped to the walls or spread over chairs!
Thanks again to everyone who participated, voted, helped out or
just enjoyed the display.
Lois Hodges
Guild Challenge Chair
Favorite Quilt
Best Use of 30
Punjabi
Julia Sugg
Guild Challenge Winners
Best Applique -- Jeanne Pincha-Tulley The Vegan Feline Quilt
Best Art -- Trudie Ferreira Metolius River, Oregon
Best Traditional -- Karla Rogers God’s Fruitful Garden
Most Humorous --Jeanne Pincha-Tulley The Vegan Feline Quilt
Best Use of “30” -- Julia Sugg Punjabi
Best Use of Theme -- Mary Serpa Down By The Old Mill Stream
Favorite Quilt -- Julia Sugg Punjabi
Best Traditional
God’s Fruitful Garden
Karla Rogers
Best Art
Metolius River, Oregon
Trudie Ferreira
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Community Services and Drop In and Sew
March Mixer Special! ! ! Thank you all for participating. Community Services received a
total of 82 yards of fabric! Congratulations to Lettie Lewis (33 yards) and Anne Wilson (10
yards), the winners of the gift card drawing. Lettie stated that she was just cleaning out her
stash and did not know about the donation special! Thank you Lorna Straka for the idea and
for donating the tickets.
In April we will have two (2) Community Workshop days. Wednesday, April 5, and Thursday, April 17.
We have quite a few small, baby and toddler/wheelchair size quilts that need to be quilted. Please bring
your machine and spend the day quilting – nothing fancy required and this is a great way to practice
quilting. There are two machines available, just call and let me know so that one is reserved in your name.
Quilt Show help needed! Volunteers are needed at the Community Services Booth at the Quilt Show. Shifts are two (2) hours but we
are flexible – even an hour will help us out. We have a new location this year . . . right inside the doors of the Northern Pines Building,
next to Silent Auction and across from Baskets. I think this may be the most fun area of the whole show! Everything is provided –
sewing machines, thread, needles, fabric, and design board. All you need to do is glide in between your other shift responsibilities and
sew, maybe answer a question or two here and there. Call or email Marjorie, 265 9787, [email protected], or sign up at the April
meeting.
CS quilts are not only made for the December distribution. If you know anyone who needs a quilt, we distribute throughout the year.
We meet at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Grass Valley, 9:00 – 3:00; 2014 calendar dates below. We will be working on a variety
of easy quilts, assembling quilt kits, matching tops to backs, and working on the baby quilts for Nicaragua and the graduation quilts for
foster youth. I have received a few for both programs so please let me know if you are also working on one. Small and large quilt tops
are also available for you to practice your free motion quilting – stitch in the ditch, sew from corner to corner, stipple, meander, or
whatever you want to try. Let me know – I will bring quilts to guild meeting, meet you, or you can work on one at Community
Services. Community Services continues to make good use of your donations of scrap batting, thread, plastic zipper bags, and fabric.
All of these items go into making or storing quilts.
Please join us for an hour or for the day – we have a project to fit your time constraints. Remember – chocolate, homemade cookies,
coffee, tea, hot cocoa, and lots of fun and laughter. Do bring a lunch or a snack. If you cannot attend CS but would like to help, please
contact me. No need to bring supplies – we also have sewing machines, rulers and rotary cutters, fabric, and thread.
2014 Community Service Dates
April 17
May 15
June TBA
October 16
November 20
July 17
August 21
December
September 18
NO MEETING
Thanks,
Marjorie McConnell
Affiliates 2014
Ben Franklin Crafts
598 Sutton Way, GV
Christine Barnes Designs
208 Mill St. GV
Deby’s Sierra Sewing
245 E. Main St. GV
Fat Lady Singing
14392 Lake Wildwood Dr. PV
Howell’s Sewing & Vacuum
13555 Bowman Rd. Auburn
Precision Quiltworks
18251 Starduster Dr. NC
Sandra Bruce Creative Long Arm Quilting
116 W. Main St. 5B GV
Sheri Bahr
16795 Alice Way GV
Star Designs Longarm Quilting
10290 Shekinah Hill Rd. NC
Sugar Pine Quilt Shop
452-A S. Auburn St. GV
Sun Forest Quilts
13745 Sun Forest Dr. PV
Susie Hardy Designs
219 Drummond NC
273-1348
273-3970
274-7906
432-1646
885-9624
432-9595
477-1909
477-8786
478-1212
272-5308
432-9461
478-0223
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HOME WORKSHOPS
Thursday-April 17
9:30 am- 2:30 pm
Class at the SDA Church on Osbourne Hill Rd. G.V.
The home workshop is off to a good start with a near full class signed up for March.
( The workshop is after our newsletter deadline so I can't share results yet!)
At the April meeting you'll have a chance to sign up for Carol Hribal's class for making a
SCRAPPY STRIP STAR.
This class will give you a chance to use up those small pieces of fabric that you've been saving and didn't know
what you were going to use them for!
Carol is one of our Charter Members and in our Hall of Honor. We are happy to have her share her knowledge
with us!All you need to do is SIGN_UP for the class at our April 1st Guild meeting and pick-up your SUPPLY
LIST. This is a FREE class for guild members.
We are looking for members to share a technique or a special pattern
so we can complete our schedule for the year.
There is so much talent among our guild members,I hope some of you will step forward to share .
We would also like some input as to what you would like to see taught in these workshops.
......Until then Keep on Quilting
Betty Maddox [email protected]
April Program!
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Evelyn Sagely [email protected]
Sandra Bruce
Our own Sandra Bruce is the April speaker. During her presentation she will
share her background and work, as well as an overview of her process called
“Material Matrix”, explaining how it all comes together using color, design,
composition and serendipity!
Workshop: April 2nd!
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Hwy 174 8:30AM
In this workshop, Sandra has students use a photo, which she supplies, to experience and learn her
Material Matrix process. The class is about the process, and all will be following the steps along
with her. Some of the points covered include: What makes a good photo for a quilt; How to
interpret a photo using a grid; value and color; curved piecing; using a mix of prints and solids;
and ideas about quilting. The class is about the process, and her goal is to have each student
leave the class confident that they will be able to finish her quilt and go on to more complicated
images. The supply list is short and sweet!
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PINE TREE QUILT GUILD 2014 BOARD
Executive Board:
President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Committee Chairpersons:
Binders
Community Service/Drop in
Computer Records
Education Outreach
Equipment
Finance/Audit/Budget
Guild Challenge
Historian
Holiday Challenge
Hospitality/Mentor
Gala/Jamboree
Junior Quilters
Library
Meeting Set-up
Membership
Mini Groups
Mystery Gifts
Mystery Quilt
NCQC
Newsletter
Opportunity Quilt 2014 Market
Opportunity Quilt 2015
Patchwork Star
Programs
2014
March Mixer
July Picnic
Holiday Program
Publicity
Quarter Yard Club
Quilt Show 2014
Speaker Workshops
Scholarship
Share and Care
Show and Tell
Skill Builders/Home Workshop
Treasure Table
Web Liaison
Anne Wilson
Kate Grant
Sue Robertson
Karen Mitchell
274-1290
205-9027
265-0447
273-1620
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Kris Cook
Marjorie McConnell
Ardy Tobin
Margaret Boothby
Robin Mello
Mary Serpa
Carol Riddles
Karle deProsse
Lois Hodges
Ruth Bertaccini
Frances O'Brien
Phyllis Brodie
Joan Mosley
Dianne Rockwell
Robin Mello
Molly Cook
The Cook Family
Kris Cook
Nancyan Tracy
Leona Foster
Clairie Carter
Carmen Crow
Rachella Beeks
Frances O'Brien
Judy Vaughn
Sue Miller
Lorna Straka
Ingrid Cattaneo
Jeannie Ferguson
Judy Vaughn
Ruth Bertaccini
Joan Mosley
Nancyan Tracy
Marjorie McConnell
Joy Waggener
Marilyn Engelking
Cheryl Klein
Barbara Ceresa
Joan Mosley
Kathleen Stanley
Pat Gillings
Carol Gates
Joy Waggener
Marilyn Engelking
Betty Maddox
Eleanor Sagely
Sharon Kreiss
Lettie Lewis
Ardy Tobin
346-2665
265-9787
575-8433
273-0186
274-8558
274-7033
478-1906
274-1423
432-9423
272-7423
273-1972
615-1880
477-5117
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2 Judi & David Bowers
3 Holley & Richard Young
4 Terry & Robert McFeely
10 Carolyn & Jan Christiansen
10 Cathy & Rich Stone
14 Dorothy & Jim Wheeler
15 Lynette & Louis Lester
24 Carey & Jim Daly
25 Ruby & Robert Foster
27 Paulette & Will Snyders
28 Dorothy & Richard Spangler
Star Strickler
Judy Hamilton
McKenna Henzie
Sue Miller
Heidi Cook
Patricia Murphy-Hupp
Berte Brem
Paula Michalski
Donna Tilley
Valerie Hudelson
Wanda Neuharth
Ginny Petersen
Jeanne Pincha-Tulley
Barbara Stein
Ina Gibson
Pamela S. Hall
Kristan Harrington
Nancy Peterson
Trish Morris-Plise
Lila Sugg
MAY PROGRAM
At the May program we would like to showcase all of
you. Please bring your first quilt, or the earliest one
that you have, as well as a current one if possible.
I’m sure we’ll all be inspired and encouraged when we
see each other’s progress!
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Judy Vaughn
Program Chairwoman
Share and Care
Do you know someone in the Guild who is under the weather and can use some cheering? Whether it is illness,
surgery, or loss of a loved one, please let me know so an appropriate card can be sent. Thanks.......
Carol Gates
Share and Care Chairperson
[email protected]
273-9359
Quilt Shows And Events
April 5-6, 2014
41st Annual Quilt Show
presented by Guild of Quilters of Contra Costa County
Centere Concord, 5298 Clayton Rd, Concord, CA 94521
www.contracostaquiltguild.org
April 9-13, 2014
Northern California's 15th Quilt Rush - 15 shops
Annual Shop Hop
www.quiltrush.org
May 3-4, 2014
Sew Amazing Quilt Show
McCormick Hall-Solano County Fairgrounds
900 Fairgrounds Dr, Vallejo, CA 94589
www.vallejopiecemakersquiltingclub.org
May 23-25, 2014
Fort Bragg Quilt Show
Town Hall, 416 N Franklin St, Fort Bragg, CA
95437
www.soroptimistfortbraggca.org
Our next meeting is April 1st at 6:30PM.
Grass Valley Charter School, Grass Valley
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PTQG Information
The Pine Tree Quilt Guild of Nevada County
Send address changes and corrections to:
PTQG Computer Records
P.O. Box 3133, Grass Valley, CA 95945
or contact Computer Records
Ardy, 575-8433
Mail membership forms and dues to:
PTQG Membership
P.O.Box 3133
Grass Valley, CA 95945
Submit newsletter articles to:
Sue Miller, PTQG Newsletter Editor
[email protected]
11255 Banner Mine Way
Nevada City, CA 95959
530-271-2270
Newsletter Deadline: 5:00 p.m. the Saturday
immediately following the PTQ Guild’s Board
Meeting on the second Thursday of the month
See our web page for membership forms and information:.
http://www.pinetreequiltguild.com
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