Omaha Quilters Guild
The Official Publication of the
Omaha Quilters Guild
Next OQG meeting: Tuesday, November 9, 2004 at 7:00 pm.
deadline: “Confessions of a Third Generation Quilter”
November 14, 2004
JoAnn Bellings classes first son. She teaches at at 11818 Miami St.
E-mail Eva Arps at were wonderful. Her “Fan” the local sewing machine “Fun With Embellish-
firstname.lastname@example.org or Liz at class was a great day of shop and has taught at the ments” will be held Mon-
email@example.com or mail to learning and creating. Crazy Quilt Conference day, November 8th from
13960 Arbor Circle, Omaha, Those of you that took the and Quilt Nebraska. 1pm-4pm. This class will
NE 68144 “Snippet by Design” class, Nancy loves to embellish give you many ideas for
be sure to bring your pro- appliqué blocks in many embellishing by machine.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: ject to the November meet- different ways. Teaching is This class is also at the
Caring Friends Auction 2 ing for showing. a way of sharing her love Country Inn. Please come
“Confessions of a Third of quilting with others and join us for one or both of
Quilting in the Ballroom 2
Generation Quilter”, our demonstrating how to use these classes.
Calling all Elves 2
November program, will be our wonderful sewing ma- Don’t forget about the
Stocking Challenge 2 given by our own Nancy chines to the fullest extent. Christmas program coming
Children’s Emerg Fund 3 Peters. For those of you Her first class will be in December. Be sure to
Guild Library 3 not acquainted with her, held Sunday, November bring lots of money to
Rising Stars 3 she has is one of our past 7th from 1pm-7pm. “Coral spend at the Mini-raffle and
Sister to Sister 3 presidents. Nancy has Reef” is a delightful wall Quilt Auction.
Calendar of Events 4 lived all over the world and hanging of the undersea
Child Emerg Fund— found Quilting to be a uni- world complete with beauti- Barb Van Trump
Letter from Member 4 versal language. She has ful embellishments. She
OQG Mtg Minutes 5 been quilting for about 20 has a kit for this project for
Treasurer’s Report 6 years, starting when she $10. This class is held at
needed a baby quilt for her the Country Inn and Suites
New Member/Updates 6
Nov Block of Month 7
Wkshop Reg Form 8
We had another great Sears distributes with the toys off and on Christmas
speaker last month. Wasn’t challenge fabric goes to- day, even my dad. During
her polyester quilt story a gether pretty fast. Even if the year when I ran across
Editoral Note: hoot! I’ve never made one you don’t make a challenge that toy, it would remind
Due to the Thanksgiving myself but I received one stocking, try to make at me I had someone very
Holiday and your Editor’s as a wedding gift. I never least one stocking to do- special in my life. Open
travel plans, the deadline thought about them not nate. It breaks my heart to your heart and make a
for the December Newslet- being biodegrad- think a child could wake up couple of stockings for chil-
ter will be November 14, able…...Can you believe it on Christmas morning with- dren who need to know
2004. is time to get ready for the out one. My oldest sister someone cares about
Christmas party. We only always made our stockings them.
Thanks for your coopera- have one more meeting special by selecting a spe- Elizabeth Kannedy
tion. before the party. Do you cial toy to put in them every
have your stocking(s) year. The whole family
made. The pattern that Pat would play with the silly
Omaha Quilters Guild
Caring Friends Auction
Just a reminder that the expect for the auction. Dee the names of the makers. piece. Because of
theme for this year’s auc- can be reached at 391- If you are unable to turn you a child is able to smile
tion is Songs of the Sea- 6061 (home) 399-2606 your item in in November, during this holiday season.
son. Items can be turned in (work) or please call or email to
at the November meeting to firstname.lastname@example.org. When you make arrangements with Dee Acklie
Dee Acklie. Please, call or turn in your piece, please Dee prior to the auction.
email Dee to let her know turn in a 3x5 card with a I appreciate all the hard
how many pieces she can description of the piece and work you all put into each
Quilting in the Ballroom--RCR
Congratulations to Paula many new, as well as famil- especially Lynn Doyle of thia Jones, who kept
Gamble--she won the Ja- iar faces as we sewed up Blooming Minds Patterns, our “conveyor belt" mov-
nome Jem Gold sewing 42 kids quilts. Nor could we Becky Draper and Margie ing. We had a great time.
machine, donated by O.K. have done this without the Wallace of Quiters Confec-
Sewing. Thanks also many donations of fabric tionary. Thanks to all who Pat Sears
to Randy and his busi- and batting. Special thanks helped, with special
ness for loaning us four ma- to all who answered the thanks to Linda Nickos,
chines to use. There were S.O.S. for more supplies-- Kathy Havranek and Cyn-
Calling All Elves
November is the last Please put one “entry form” with their stocking will re- and take-down on Tuesday
chance to get your suede in each stocking. We use ceive the coveted the 14th. On Wednesday
flannel for the stocking chal- this form to fill out the feed- “Shameless" Award (for the 15th, we need help with
lenge. Please stop by early, back sheets and also as an shamelessly tapping all transporting the stockings
as there are just a few entry form for the door prize their most cherished friends and stuffers to Child Protec-
pieces of fabric left. Thanks drawing of a snowman door and colleagues for dona- tion, as well as help in the
to those who have already wreath. All our stockings will tions). If gambling was le- Stocking Store from 1-4 on
turned in stockings. You be displayed at the Decem- gal in Nebraska, we could Wednesday and Thursday.
can bring your stocking to ber party, and we will vote start a pool as to how much Please contact Pat Sears to
the November meeting or on the stockings by mone- Shameless (alias Roberta volunteer @ 554-1522.
turn them in from December tary donation--so bring your Willet) will bring in this year.
6-11 at the Country Sam- cash to the party. There will Calling all Elves: Since Pat Sears
pler shops, the Log Cabin, be 24 Viewers Choice our holiday party is just
or Kanesville Quilting, dur- Awards given, and the per- around the corner, we will
ing regular business hours. son raising the most money be needing help with set-up
Stocking Challenge Entry form
(No limit on entries, but please put one form inside each stocking. Photocopy this form as needed.)
I certify that this stocking was made by me (or by myself and friends). I agree that this stocking and all monies col-
lected as a result of a Viewers’ Choice vote shall be donated to the Child Protective Services in the name of the
Omaha Quilters’ Guild.
Omaha Quilters Guild
Children’s Emergency Fund Christmas Party
Angel Bags: It was nice to neric sized clothing, watch, 451-4789. team logos allowed on any
have so many of you pick walkman, boom box, back- We always need angel garments), fleece throws or
up bags last month. But, pack or duffle bag for bags for teens from 13-18. lap quilts, age appropriate
we still have a lot left. Now “their" stuff, books, games, Some items you might in- games and puzzles,
is the time to get that shop- jewelry, makeup kits, artist clude are CDs, videos, book candy, inexpensive
ping done, before you get supplies, small simple sew- bags, phone cards, gift watches, costume jewelry,
rushed with your own ing kits, teach yourself kits cards from stores like Bor- personal grooming
Christmas activities. Many (knitting, etc). If you are still ders, Best Buy, Payless items (no can-
have asked for ideas. Any- stumped, a gift card in the Shoes, batteries, stamps, dles, shavers). All items are
thing you think one of your amount of $25.00 would be stationery, journals, address to be new and unwrapped,
own children would great - from Target, Shopko books, small radios and/or please.
like. Remember, these chil- or Walmart. Do not put the alarm clocks, calculators,
dren are taken from their gift card in a bag - hand it to hand-held games, dispos- Peg Keenan and
homes with nothing. Even one of the “receivers" at able cam- Pat Sears
a toothbrush. So anything the check-in table at the eras, sweatshirts, outerwear
in the way of personal Christmas party. Ques- including
grooming items, ge- tions: Call Peg Keenan, hats/gloves/mufflers (no
Guild Library Opportunity
Question: What do retirement circumstances advantage is the ability to If you feel like you would
quilters like best next to make my commitment unre- select and examine all the enjoy the rewards of work-
fabric? liable and I am seeking a quilting books. A third rea- ing with our wonderful col-
Answer: Quilt books. replacement. son to be the Guild Librar- lection of books, please call
There are many advan- ian is to be a “player" in me at 552-9056 or Ar-
For the previous year and tages to being the Guild one of the best quilt guild in lanGer@cox.net
the first part of this year, I Librarian. The first of these the States (of course, that
have thoroughly enjoyed is that the Librarian has the could be said of any of the
being the Omaha Quilters opportunity to meet all the committee positions avail-
Guild Librarian. But now Guild members. Another able).
Rising Stars will meet in the Our speaker will be Ricki cial service project at the techniques last month
first room inside the Dennis giving hints on piec- Holiday Party. Keep on Quilting,
Westside Conference ing and demonstrating a A great big thank you to Love...Monica, Becky, and
Center door at 6 pm prior to project you could use to Cindi Erickson for her pres- Mary
our November meeting. make stockings for our so- entation on Cutting
Sister to Sister Exchange
Wow, what a wonderful two do a simple flip and sew tell you all about it at our For questions call Mary
weeks in Tanzania, East project for the girls at the May meeting. I brought Mayfield at 778-0291 Ps
Africa. The women are Angaza Women’s Center back two suitcases full Boy have I got pictures.
so gracious and hospita- where your two suitcases of of fabric, over 50 different
ble. I was honored to teach quilting supplies were deliv- kinds. Just wait ladies, you
cutting techniques and ered. Can’t wait to will love it.
Omaha Quilters Guild
Calendar of Events
November 7, 2004 1 pm - 7 pm January 11, 2005
Workshop by Nancy Peters OQG Rising Stars 6 pm
“Coral Reef” OQG Monthly Meeting 7 pm
Country Inn and Suites, 11818 Miami St “Panel of Experts”
(Deb Cizek, Cindy Erickson, Kathy Human, Shelly Burge,
November 8, 2004 1pm – 4 pm and Patty Kennedy)
Workshop by Nancy Peters
“Fun with Embellishment”
Country Inn and Suites, 11818 Miami St Location of all OQG Rising Star and Monthly Meetings:
Westside Community Education Center
November 9, 2004 3534 South 108 ST, Omaha, NE
OQG Rising Stars 6 pm
OQG Monthly Meeting 7 pm See OQG Website for additional Quilt Shows etc
Speaker: Nancy Peters www.omahaqauiltersguild.org
“Confessions of a Third Generation Quilter”
December 14, 2004
OQG Rising Stars 6 pm
OQG Monthly Meeting 7 pm
Children’s Emergency Fund
Contributed by Roberta We make stockings to give generosity. Here is just a sam- across the State of Nebraska.”
Willet, Guild member since to the children so every child pling: Letter from Donald S. Leuen-
1988. knows Santa has found them. “The joy on these children’s berger, Director, Department of
We have Angel Bags that faces is spectacular when they Social Services.
For the people new to the quilters can take and fill with realize they are not going to be “The doll is beautiful. The
guild or those who really aren’t gifts appropriate for a child of a left out at Christmas”. Re- play -doh is fun. The quilt is
sure what our Children’s Emer- certain age and sex. We do- printed from an article “Thanks fuzzy and warm. Thank you
gency Fund is all about, I want nate and buy tickets to a mini- to the Omaha Quilters Guild! ” very much.” Written by an ele-
you to know what I know. raffle and collect money on the in the Teamworker, the Ne- mentary age child in custody.
Fourteen years ago, a stockings we make. Our Guild braska Department of Social “..sparkle in the children’s
member of our guild, Pat groups make and donate items Services Newsletter. eyes when they can wake up
Sears, discovered a need in to the Caring Friends Auction “Thank you for donating the for Christmas morning to find
our community that wasn’t be- held at the December meeting. money that I have received…I stockings full of goodies and
ing met and the idea for our All of this is great fun for us really needed the help to pur- packages under the tree (and
annual fundraiser was born. and fills an emotional and fi- chase work clothes. The job not feel left out as everyone
It is a sad reality that chil- nancial need that is hard to that I work at you have to dress else would be opening gifts).”
dren are routinely removed express. nice and you cannot wear Letter from the Staff at Project
from their homes due to abuse Every dollar that we collect, jeans. I also bought an alarm Harmony, Nebraska Depart-
or neglect. A lot of them come every stocking we make, every clock so I can wake up on time ment of Health and Human
to Social Services with the Angel Bag that is filled is taken for school and work.” Taken Services.
clothes on their backs and to Nebraska Health and Hu- from a thank you letter re- There are many ways to
nothing more. During the man Services the morning after ceived from a teen in protective participate in this fun project -
Christmas Holidays their physi- the December meeting. A custody. make a stocking, donate
cal needs are met but quite “Stocking Store” is established “The good news about the money, fill an Angel Bag, par-
frequently they come into the and the distribution designed to Omaha Quilters’ Guild and ticipate in the mini-raffle or
system too late to benefit from make every child have a their year long efforts to raise Auction. I hope that you can
Toys for Tots or other similar Happy Holiday begins. As you monies, resources and the find your personal niche for
campaigns. Not being “home” can imagine, there are count- outstanding craftsmanship of giving.
is sad enough without having less letters and thank you more than 200 customized
to worry about Santa finding notes from both caseworkers Christmas stockings for youth
you. and children who have bene- served by Omaha’s Child Pro-
fited from the Guild’s collective tection Division has traveled
Omaha Quilters Guild
Omaha Quilters Guild Meeting Minutes
MINUTES attended the retreat do a will be given to the other Encouraged members to
OCTOBER 12, 2004 show-and-tell of the projects guilds that helped quilt, pick up a book of raffle tick-
MEETING they worked on over the Braided River and Cotton- ets for the quilt. Have 5000
weekend. wood. tickets to sell. The guild
President Elizabeth Kan- LaVonne Dunetts, Habitat Terri Durham, Ways and benefits from this raffle quilt.
nedy called the meeting to Auction: Reminder—post Means: Quilt Registry Bind- Judy Enrein and Pam Witt,
order at 7:00 p.m. cards of the auction were ers now only $1.00 to purge Block Exchange: Twenty-
Elizabeth congratulated Jan available to take. She also the supply so they can pur- one blocks turned in: all
Fry and her staff for a suc- had a sign-up sheet for chase new products. won by one person since
cessful River City Roundup workers at the auction. Alice Cruz, Quilt Show enough to make a quilt.
Quilt Show. She read a Kathy Havranek, Christmas Challenge: Only a few chal- Next month flying geese, 4
thank you from Ann Bade, Stockings: Still a few fabrics lenge fabric pieces left. per block.
the recipient of OQG’s first left for the challenge. Carol McCann, River City Ruth Gregg, Ways and
place award for Best Hand Peg Keenan, Angel Bags: Roundup Quilt Mom: Good Means: If you register your
Quilting at the Nebraska Bags are available in vari- sales on River City quilt with quilt registry, the
State Fair. She congratu- ous age groups to purchase Roundup quilt. Won by receipt will fit in the quilt
lated Mary Lou Zdan, Betty items for the children in fos- OQG member, Lynn registry books they are sell-
Harmsen and Dot Muse for ter care for Christmas. DeShon. ing for only $1.00.
a successful quilt retreat. Richi Dennis, Quilt Registry: Carol McCann, OQG Quilt Linda Somerville, Member-
The Lincoln guild will host Ballots on chairs to vote on Show: A change in deadline ship: As of Monday, she
the retreat for next year. what types of quilted items for quilt turn in. Judged or had received 388 member-
The minutes, as printed in members would like to in- not judged, all quilts are to ships. Attending tonight’s
the October newsletter, clude in the quilt registry. be turned in a week before meeting, 212. Drew for door
were approved without any Dee Acklie, Christmas Live the show to ensure a se- prizes.
corrections. The treasurer’s Auction: Encouraged cure plan for hanging the Elizabeth closed the meet-
report, as printed in the Oc- friends to make an item to quilts. She switched hats ing and introduced Barb
tober newsletter was ap- correspond with the theme and announced that the Van Trump.
proved without corrections. of “Songs of the Season." show-and-tell for the March Barb Van Trump reminded
Elizabeth reminded mem- Those planning on donating meeting will be for quilt tops members of next month’s
bers that the newsletter items are to let her know so only, made with material workshop and spaces still
deadline is Tuesday, Oct. she can plan accordingly. bought before 2000. available. She then intro-
19. The positions of Proper- Becky Draper, Mini Raffle: Judy Sellers, River City duced the speaker, JoAnn
ties and Education chairs Many items displayed for Roundup Volunteer Coordi- Belling from Des Moines.
are still open. Anyone inter- the auction. Sign-up for do- nator: Thanked those who She was very entertaining
ested is to contact her. nations. Proceeds go to helped at the show. and had lots of her lovely
Membership cards will be children in child protective Fabric Exchange: Some of quilts to show.
available next month at the custody. At the November the fabric they have is very
meeting. The membership meeting, members can pur- old. To encourage new fab- Respectfully Submitted,
book will serve, temporarily, chase tickets 3/$1.00. ric to be turned in, an exrta Darlene Hollwager
as proof of membership for Pat Sears, River City ticket for the door prize Recording Secretary
purchases at participating Roundup Quilters: Thanked drawing will be given to
quilt shops. those that helped. Forty-two anyone bringing in fabric.
Committee Reports: quilts were finished and 24 Requesting Christmas fab-
Mary Lou Zdan, Fall Re- will be given to Dee Davis ric the next two months.
treat: She had those that for Helping Hands. The rest Linda Duros, Quilt Mom:
Omaha Quilters Guild
An updated Treasurer’s Report will be available in the December Newsletter. If you need a copy or financial informa-
tion prior to that date, please contact the OQG Treasurer or President.
New Members/Updates to Membership Booklet
Connie Adrian Home 402- 498-8276 Dee Muzzarelli
3510 So. 107th St Work 661-1622 12120 Stonegate Drive Apt 111
Omaha, NE 68124 email@example.com Omaha, NE 68164 Donna Trojanowski
Home 402- 505-4634 Home 402- 492-9238 P O Box 1471
ConnieBlue@cox.net Shelly Hill firstname.lastname@example.org Bellevue, NE 68005-1471
707 Tara Rd Home 402- 292-5122
Jane Diesen Papillion, NE 68046 Rhonda Nicklin email@example.com
4020 N 103rd Home 402- 331-5670 1013 Hickory Hill Road
Omaha, NE 68134 Work 578-7315 Papillion, NE 68046 Pat Varner
Home 402- 614-9544 Papio.firstname.lastname@example.org Home 402- 597-8715 4322 Amos Gates Drive
Work 346-4002 x263 email@example.com Bellevue, NE 68123
firstname.lastname@example.org Rose Kahler Home 402- 291-0669
10635 O Street Christine Phillips email@example.com
Michele Eakins Omaha, NE 68127 248 Zenith Drive
726 North 57th Avenue Home 402- 593-0778 Council Bluffs, IA 51503-0284 Anne Z abrowski
Omaha, NE 68132-2040 Home 712- 325-8550 2610 South 32nd Street
Home 402- 558-3008 Linda Keller Omaha, NE 68105
firstname.lastname@example.org 7522 Vinton Betty Jo Reinig Home 402- 933-6136
Omaha, NE 68124 1085 Ridge Lane email@example.com
Nancy Falke Home 402- 393-8819 Harlan, IA 51537-4902
8156 Ruggles Home 712- 235-2791 Mary Ann Z ebolsky
Omaha, NE 68134 Karen Kenkel firstname.lastname@example.org 3014 Paddock Rd #214 B
Home 402- 571-3975 1432 N 131st Ave Cir Omaha, NE 68124
Omaha, NE 68154 Barbara Rennard Home 402- 551-4252
Maradelle Hammerstrom Home 402- 964-0624 686 North 58th St email@example.com
8561 Keystone Drive firstname.lastname@example.org Omaha, NE 68132
Omaha, NE 68134 Home 402- 551-2485
Home 402- 571-9624 Gina Looney Address and other Changes:
email@example.com 10635 Evans Plz #423 Aubrey Ruwe
Omaha, NE 68134 8306 Underwood Ave # 11 Debbie Nowka
Marrilee Hansen Home 402- 496-1802 Omaha, NE 68154
20304 W Hwy 31 Work 399-9000 Home 402- 614-3910
Springfield, NE 68059 Work 493-8003 Rd. Gretna, NE 68028
Home 402- 253-8357 Dianne Minor firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com 921 Spruce Barb Van Trump should
Council Bluffs, IA 51501 Sharon Skipton have been listed as a ma-
Kathy Heckeroth Home 712- 322-3964 817 Pineview Drive
207 Forest Dr firstname.lastname@example.org Papillion, NE 68046
Bellevue, NE 68005-2023 Home 402- 339-0615
Home 402- 292-0854 Anne Muehlbauer Work 472-3662
4139 Monroe St email@example.com
Deb Herink Omaha, NE 68107
12065 Binney St Home 402- 592-9386
The OQG Officers and Committee Chairmen wish you and
your families a very healthy, happy and warm Thanksgiving
Omaha Quilters Guild
ROW, ROW, ROW YOUR QUILT
Block Exchange November 2004
Row of Three Patches
The Flying Geese Block will be composed of a row of four “geese”. This will be a scrappy block.
4 Rectangles – 4 ½ x 2 ½ inches. Use four different fabrics, one for each of the four geese.
8 2 ½ inch squares. Cut two squares each of four different cream or off white fabrics for the
1. Draw diagonal lines on the backs of all of the background squares.
2. Place one background square (right sides together) against the right side
of one of the “goose” rectangles. The diagonal line should run from the right corner to the
middle of the rectangle.
3. Sew on the diagonal line.
4. Flip and press the background square back. (I like to trim out the excess
background square, but leave the excess of the “goose” fabric.
5. Place the second background square (right sides together) against the left side of the
goose. The diagonal line should run from the left corner to the middle.
6. Flip and press the background square back.
7.Sew the individual “goose” units together: Flip the
bottom “goose” (right sides together) onto the “goose”
right above it. At the point of the bottom “goose” you
will observe the ‘X’ of the crossed seams. Sew along
this edge, making sure you cross through the center of
that ‘X’. Continue to sew the individual ‘goose’ units
together in this manner.
2004-05 OQG Officers & Committees
2004-2005 Exec BOARD COMMITTEES Historian
President 2005 Quilt Show Lorraine Fitzgerald…..571- 6388 Registry
Elizabeth kannedy ......292- 1631 Kathy Smith……….....384- 9691 Library Richi Dennis…… .
firstname.lastname@example.org EmmasTreas- Arlan Gerhardt…… ....552- 9056
email@example.com Arlanger@cox.net Rising Stars
President-elect Carol McCann……… ..895-5410 Mary Mayfield…… ...778- 0291
Dee Acklie……….… ....391-6061 firstname.lastname@example.org Membership email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org Linda Somerville…...734-5524 Monica Morrison.402-426- 3071
Block Exchange email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President/Programs Judy Unrein…………..292- 7663 Gail Elsasser………..685-5384 Becky Moyer… ….....731- 8361
Barb Van Trump… 712- 347-5717 Pam Witt…………… ...697- 9080 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Newsletter Sister Guild
Corresponding Secretary Children’s Emergency Fund Eva Arps…………....330- 1394 Mary Mayfield…… ...778- 0291
Janet Koch………..…..891- 0034 Pat Sears…………… ...554-1522 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com Pat.firstname.lastname@example.org Liz Oswald………….330- 1394
email@example.com Small Groups/New Members
Recording Secretary Education Monica Murcek…….253- 2055
Darlene Hollwager…….332- 4138 (open) OQG Computer Forum
firstname.lastname@example.org Marge Bresel………...553- 2667 Steering/Long Rang Planning
Fabric Exchange/Want Board Cindy Erickson…..….592-7765
Treasurer Judy Sellers ….… .712-366- 2454 Properties email@example.com
Joan Workman………...334-7999 firstname.lastname@example.org (open)
email@example.com Arlene Wise… ….712-322- 2654 Ways & Means
Sandy Finke…….712- 323-4853 Raffle Quilt Maker Terri Durham… ….....734- 2625
Advisor/Past President Richi Dennis……….734-6382 Scoobyd@mitec.net
Sandy Pihlgren……… ...345- 6785 Helping Hands
firstname.lastname@example.org Dee Davis …………..493- 7246 Raffle Quilt Mom Webmaster
email@example.com Linda Duros………..597- 0017 Pat Varner…… .......291-0669
Omaha Quilters Guild
2004-05 OQG Workshop Registration Form
Please register using this form. Send your Check (payable to OQG) and stamped self-addressed envelope to
Barb Van Trump, 4416 N. 17th Street, Carter Lake, IA 51517
City, State, zip____________________________________________________________
Daytime Phone Number_____________________________________________________
Please Sign Me up for:
___Sunday, November 7, “Corol Reef” with Nancy Peters, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
___Monday, November 8, “Fun with Embellishments” with Nancy Peters, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Location for November Classes: Country Inn and Suites, 11818 Miami St, Omaha, NE
A $10.00 kit fee for “Coral Reef” will be available from the instructor. You will pay Nancy Peters for the supplies at
Registration for each class is: Members $20.00 Non-members $30.00
If you need to cancel your attendance at the class, we require seven days notice for a refund.
Omaha, NE 68124
Permit No. 845 P. O. Box 24614
PAID Omaha Quilters Guild