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Asheville Quilt Guild Page 1
Volume 24, Issue 7
The purpose of the Guild is to promote and PRESIDENT’S NOTE:
preserve the art and history of quilts
through education of its members, and to As many of you know, I am now back in my
inspire community involvement. condo after a fire early last November! It took 7
The Guild depends on the cooperation of months to rebuild but now I have a lovely “new”
the entire membership for the success of its place and am getting settled. Lots of friends
projects. came over to help so I have made good progress!
Many thanks to those who helped and to those
who had all those good wishes for me!
You will remember too that the Guild’s stash is
Inside this issue: usually kept in my garage. It was “missing” for
Bee Buzz .................................….10
those 7 months but is back now and we have
Community Quilts......................... ..2
relieved Katie’s house from the more recent
Guild Projects ……………………...11
collection. Thanks to many of you (including
Lecture/Workshops……………. 8 & 9
Katie Winchell, Jean Karpen, and Viva Pizer who
Membership…………………….. …..4 literally spent days working on it!), the East
Official Business ………………. 6 & 7 Ender’s Bee and members of the Board, it is
Special Events……………………….3 better organized than it ever has been! (I would
Ways & Means………………………5 list everyone but I am afraid I would forget
someone as I have forgotten many things lately in
all of this!) It looks really pretty stacked on the
shelves! It really doesn’t smell of smoke either! I
Member News really appreciate all of you!!! It is nice too to be
able to get my car in the garage on these recent
Condolences to Marti Cummins, whose husband
I hope you know too that it is available to you to
Dennis recently passed away. Marti appreciates
come over to choose what you would need to
the support she has received from her many
make a community quilt. Just give me a call in
advance - 664-0974.
Contact Neva Carlson at 252-1661 or Sara
firstname.lastname@example.org with your news items for
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Good News! Sara Hill is back in her condo and most of the Community Quilt donated fabric is back on
the shelves in her garage. Thanks to an army of Asheville Quilt Guild members who took time out of
their busy weeks, it's all organized and neatly folded, and ready for you to come choose what you'd like
to work with. So if you need inspiration, a backing, or some fabric for a binding, give Sara a call and go
by! Why not take a road-trip to Sara's garage with your Bee and have a Community Quilt Challenge?
And now that we've sorted through all of that wonderful fabric, Community Quilts has several
opportunities to offer in the next couple of months:
• The Challenge Bags that I told you about last month were very popular at the last meeting, but
there are more, so if you missed it last month, stop by the CQ table at the next meeting and choose
one for yourself or your Bee.
• At the July meeting (and continuing until they are gone), Community Quilts will be selling “scrap
bags” for $1.00, and using the money to buy backing fabric for community quilts. These are pieces
that were not-quite a-full-fat-quarter, or small usable size pieces that we didn't have the heart to
throw away. If you like to do crazy quilts, appliqué or paper piecing, these are for you! A gallon-
sized zip-loc bag stuffed with wonderful pieces for your own next project (not for Community
Quilts, unless you want to).
• The August meeting of the Asheville Quilt Guild is going to be a flea market. When we sorted the
donated fabric we found an abundance of “fat quarter-ish” pieces. Some may have a small piece cut
out, some may be 1/2 yard pieces folded like a fat quarter. That's not what folks are usually looking
for in Sara's garage, so Community Quilts will be selling those for “2 for $1.00”. Once again, these
are for your own projects, not for Community Quilts (unless you decide to donate it when it's fin-
ished). So bring your money and a tote bag, shopping bag, basket, backpack, rolling suitcase,
wheelbarrow or whatever you like to use to carry home your finds. This will be a bonanza for your
stash! Community Quilts will use the proceeds for buying backing fabric for members to use for
Katie Winchell, Chair
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SPECIAL EVENTS - THINGS TO DO - PLACES TO GO
You are invited to attend The Western North Online registration is now available for the
Carolina Quilters Guild at their July meet- AQS Quilt Show and Contest in Des Moines,
ing. The speaker is Wendy Butler Berns from Iowa, September 28 - October 1, 2011.
Wisconsin. Wendy has been quilting for close to twenty
years. Her quilts are known for her bold use of color, Copy and paste this link into your browser's
unusual fabrics and may be contemporary art quilts or
address bar to sign up now:
traditional with a twist quilts. The title of her lecture is
"Capering with Creativity". The lecture and meeting
start at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 21 at Trinity https://events.americanquilter.com/getdemo.ei?
Methodist Church, 900 Blythe Street, Hendersonville. id=79&s=_0I40W4OV1
On Friday, July 22, Wendy will be teaching a class
titled "Out of the Block" at the Etowah United Methodist We have a great line up of workshops, lec-
Church, 110 Brickyard Road, Etowah. If you design your tures, and special events, but space is limited,
own blocks, would like to learn to design a block, or find so sign up today!
your creative side, this is the class for you. There are still
openings available for this six hour class which meets from
9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. You will not need a sewing ma-
chine. You will be designing your own block with paper Don’t forget
and pencil. The class is $35.00 and registration may be
sent to Diana Walgreen, 64 Wild Sage Court, Fletcher,
Quilt Show entry forms are
NC 28732. Please include your e-mail address. Upon
due august 1, 2011
receiving your registration and check, she will e-mail you
the supply list for the class. We look forward to having
your join us for this meeting and workshop.
Tiffany Inspired Art Show at Deerpark
MAGAZINES FOR THE QUILT SHOW
I will be collecting magazines, books, and patterns,
From now until August 29, seven AQG members that deal with quilting, at the July meeting. I will be
outside the Folk Art Center from 9:30 to 9:45. My
will have wall quilts included in this special van is gray and I will be in the handicapped parking
mixed media art show (Connie Brown, RitaWil- area. This way you do not have to bring them inside
liams,Viva Pizer, Diana Ramsay, Cindy Shock, the FAC. Please put your items in a cardboard box
as it makes them easier to handle.
DaleWilliams, Helen McCarthy). Watercolor,
photography and wall quilts inspired by We will have an area at the quilt show where we will
Tiffany stained glass are featured. When you visit sell these donated books, magazines and patterns.
the estate remember to stop by Deerpark to see Betty Fauerbach
the art show.
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Block of the Month
The following new members joined the AQG in
Triple Rail Fence June: Charles Bowden, Ruth Christos,
Two sets of three pieced strips are used to make Dianne Griffith, Marisa Thomas. Please
the rail fence. Cut these strips 2" wide: 2 dark welcome them to the guild as you see them at the
fabrics, 2 medium fabrics, and 1 light fabric meetings.
(need 2x as much of the light as you have for a
dark or medium fabric). Those who renewed membership in June are:
Sew in a 1/4" seam the two darks together to Marcia Costello, Meg Manderson, Linda
make one long strip and then add a strip of the Medeiros, Barbara Preston, Edith Smith, Sharon
light fabric. Press toward the dark fabric. Smith, and Terry Williams.
Sew the two medium colored strips together and
then add a strip of the same light fabric. Press
toward the medium fabric. Membership Information: I created fields in
Cut each resulting strip 5" long. (This will make the database for the committees on which mem-
finished blocks of 4 1/2".) bers would be willing to participate. Information
40 blocks of each set will make the center of a was also collected on quilting interests. If com-
quilt that is 36" x 45 1/2". mittee chairpersons would like to have a docu-
If you are putting together the quilt top, look at ment of any of those items, please email me as to
the photo which makes the rail fence easy to as- what you would want included.
(Based on instructions from Rosemary Wilkin- Kitty Etterman, Membership Co-Chair
son's Quick Quilts to Make in a Weekend)
Note: This is a repeat of last months article.
Doing a block a month may win
you a prize!
Each month at the Asheville Quilt Guild meeting a
new block is introduced. People bringing blocks,
quilt tops, or finished quilts of one of the "blocks of
the month" may put their names in the designated
basket. Every three months there will be a prize
drawing. All of our blocks will be added to the
charity quilt supply.
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Ways and Means
Still Time to Register!
July Update The Ricky Tims Quilt Seminar is just over two months
away, and the chance to register for $179 has ended.
But, don’t despair, you may still register as a small
Our beautiful Opportunity Quilt is at group (two to nine people) for $194 if you sign up by
Asheville Cotton for July during the Shop August 1. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime
Hop and then to Quilters Quarters in opportunity!!!
Waynesville. I'd like to travel with it to When: September 15 – 17, 2011
other events. Please let me know if you Where: The Crowne Plaza in West Asheville
have suggestions. Cost: $194, if you had not already registered by June
24 and if you are registering between June 25 and Au-
gust 1 with a group of two to nine people; the price in-
Please return your Opportunity Quilt creases after that.
ticket stubs and money to me at the meet- Registration: The form is on our website
www.ashevillequiltguild.org/Ricky Tims reg.pdf.
ings or by mail at 45 Duff Lane, Waynes- Complete the form and send your check directly to
ville, NC 28786. Ricky Tims.
Thanks to those who have donated wee
quilts to our Silent Auction. It's a great • Members working on this event during the past year
way to use "orphan blocks" and small will have the opportunity to sign up first. A lottery
will be held at a Guild meeting to determine the
UFO's.! Please keep them coming. The additional ten or more needed as volunteers.
proceeds of the Silent Auction will be • Most jobs require standing for at least 45 minutes,
used to promote our Guild mission of the ability to lift 25 pounds, and setting up and tak-
ing down the quilt show and shop.
quilting education. We will offer profes- • Volunteers must be registered attendees.
sional appraisals at no charge to the public • Volunteers work all three days and will be assigned
during the Quilt Exhibit at the Folk Art to one of two shifts – (1) beginning of each day’s
program through half the lunch break or (2) half the
Center from Sept. 24, 2011 through Jan. lunch break through the end of each day’s program.
24, 2012. • Volunteers participate in the entire seminar and miss
NONE of it and are on duty only before the seminar
begins each day, during breaks, and during lunch.
• Volunteers receive a $60 credit at the Ricky Tims’
Ways and Means chair Other questions? Contact
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Asheville Quilt Guild Board Meeting – Draft No decisions were made.
minutes Newsletter will be formatted for internet access
June 7, 2011 (eliminating columns on some pages).
Board members present: Sara Hill, Janie Wilson, Angela Future agenda items:
Lamoree, Jean Karpen, Ann Garner, Sharon Smaldone, • Raising membership fees
Barbara Swinea, Sherrie Traub, Peggy Newell, Linda Nichols, • Charge for disPatch to be mailed.
Barbara Pate, Katie Winchell • Make-up of AQG Board
The meeting was called to order at 10:03. The meeting was adjourned at 11:32.
Minutes of 5-3-11 approved as printed.
Treasurer's Report reviewed. No concerns. Jean Karpen, Secretary
Website: Clarification – Business forms will be available on
the website under “Contacts.” Other forms, which may
Asheville Quilt Guild General Meeting Minutes
change annually, will be found under the appropriate menu
June 21, 2011
The meeting was called to order by President Sara Hill at 7:03
Newsletter: New deadline for disPatch articles is the Tues-
day before the Board meeting.
Minutes of May 17, 2011 general meeting were approved as
Folk Art Center: Janie (President-elect) will coordinate the
room set-up, bleachers or tables & chairs.
Treasurer's Report was approved as printed.
Holiday Luncheon: It was decided to use the budgeted
North Carolina Symposium: Sara gave a brief explanation
$500 to supplement the cost of food. Vickie Lemonds
of the NC Symposium. Betty Fauerbach moved, and Diana
is coordinating the holiday luncheon this year.
Ramsay seconded, that the Asheville Quilt Guild host the NC
Symposium in 2018.
• August meeting: Katie Winchell will arrange to have a
Discussion followed; several questions were asked and
speaker from the hospital.
answered. The motion carried.
• 2013 – We will not have Elly Sienkiewicz; we will ask Laura
Wasilowski to present a program.
• Drawing for the gift certificate for monthly blocks will be
Community Quilts: Challenge bags will be available at the
held in July.
June meeting. Katie will make up scrap bags to
• Community Quilts: Fabric has been organized and is
sell in July. Information about sending quilts/supplies to Ala-
available. Challenge bags are available tonight. Scrap bags will
bama will be published in the newsletter so that individuals
be sold at the July meeting. Fat quarters will be sold at the
may make donations.
Library: Sharon will work with Peggy Tobin to explore op-
• Quilt Show: We will need lots of volunteers! Anyone inter-
tions for library issues – lost books, book return system, how
ested in giving a demo during the show, please contact Nancy
to increase use. It was suggested that the Mentor Chair em-
Dalzell. In July, Betty Fauerbach will begin collecting books,
phasize library to new members.
magazines, and patterns for the Guild flea market table. Gift
AQG Board: The new Board structure which was imple-
Shop – Please see the newsletter for detailed information about
mented in March, 2011, as directed by a change in the
participating in the Guild Gift Shop.
bylaws, will be reevaluated in the coming months. We will be
• Ricky Tims: The deadline for early registration has been
considering which appointed committee chairs should be
extended to June 24, 2011. Volunteer lottery will take place at
the July meeting.
Tresner Award Committee: Barbara Swinea will chair the
• Workshops: There are 4 slots left for the August workshop
committee to set procedures.
with Lyric Kinard.
Ways and Means: Sharon moved that we no longer mail
• Member Bees: Lamplighters Bee has changed its meeting
tickets for the opportunity quilt. Sherry seconded and the
time. See newsletter.
motion carried. Members are still asked to sell tickets for the
The meeting was adjourned at 7:37.
opportunity quilt and tickets may be picked up at Guild meet-
ings. Linda asked for ideas for fall fund-raising. One idea is to
Jean Karpen, Secretary
have members donate items to Ways & Means for the
August Flea Market sale, with proceeds going to Ways &
Means. Another idea is a UFO exchange.
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Asheville Quilt Guild
Treasurer's Report - June 2011
Budget Category June, 2011 Fiscal YTD Budget
Donations 2.00 27.00 0.00
Guild Projects 250.00
Ricky Tims 2,000.00
Holiday Banquet 0.00
Interest 0.44 200.00
Membership Dues 260.00 1,980.00 6,000.00
Quilt Show 33,000.00
Ways & Means 344.00 5,000.00
Workshops 1,000.00 4,470.00 5,000.00
Total Income 1,262.00 6,821.44 51,650.00
Accounting Services 377.46 400.00
Bank Charge 6.50 10.00
Community Quilts 100.08 204.97 300.00
Gifts and Donations 0.00
Guild Projects 268.85 900.00
Ricky Tims 476.54 650.00
Holiday Banquet 300.00 300.00 500.00
Membership -4.00 501.63 1,000.00
Newsletter 82.68 306.16 1,500.00
Programs & Workshops 1,315.94 6,481.65 12,350.00
Quilt Show 223.66 330.02 30,000.00
Rent 175.00 425.00 700.00
Subscriptions & Dues 350.00
Supplies & Misc. 25.00
Ways & Means 206.76 206.76 550.00
Total Expenses 2,400.12 9,885.54 51,650.00
Excess or (Deficit) -1,138.12 -3,064.10
Total Cash on Hand $30,726.62
Angela Lamoree, Treasurer
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ASHEVILLE QUILT GUILD WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FORM
Charlotte Warr Andersen Wed., 7/20 Machine Quilt Geometric $40 AQG members
Patterns without Marking $55 non-members
Lyric Kinard Wed., 8/17 Surface Design $40 AQG members
Sampler Platter $55 non-members
Are you an AQG member? Yes/no Total Amount Enclosed $___________
Indicate your workshop selection by circling the name of the workshop. If you are signing up
for more than one workshop, please write separate checks for each workshop. Please date your
checks with the date of the workshop and make payable to Asheville Quilt Guild.
Mail to: Charlotte McRanie email@example.com 419-0199
795 Lakey Gap Road
Black Mountain NC 28711
Cancellation policy: Workshop cancellations must be made with the workshop chair at least 14
days before the workshop date in order for the registration fee to be refunded. Otherwise, you must
find a replacement for your workshop space and notify the workshop chair.
QUILT SHOW GIFT SHOP NEWS
Cindy Shock and Gail Holt will be co-chairing the gift shop this year and would like to encourage
the quilters and crafter's of the guild to participate by bringing in items for sale in the shop. We
will welcome gift items of good quality and high standards made by the members of the Asheville
Quilt Guild without limitations of fabric only. This means that we will include knitted and
crocheted items as well as quilt related items and other appropriate crafts. Please call or e-mail to
obtain a crafter's #. Cindy Shock 828-452-5255, firstname.lastname@example.org /Gail Holt 828-456-4477
email@example.com. The policies and inventory form can be downloaded from the web site
under forms at http://www.ashevillequiltguild.org/Business Forms.html
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Lectures & Workshops
August Workshop: On Wednesday August
July Lecture and Workshop: Charlotte Warr 17th, Lyric Kinard, International Association of
Andersen will join us for the July 19th meeting to Professional Quilter’s Teacher of the Year for
talk about “A Quilter's Progression.” With 2011, will present her most popular workshop,
over twenty years experience as a quilt teacher, “Surface Design Sampler Platter.” (All levels wel-
she has some stories to tell! Come spend an come) Students will create a small fabric collage
entertaining hour listening to the personal, laugh- on batting, learn different surface design tech-
out-loud adventures of a quiltmaker who is also a niques, and come home with a small art-quilt or
wife and mother, with some more serious insights a book-cover. Techniques include printing and
into her process. Then on Wednesday, July 20th, stenciling, stamp carving, screen printing, foil-
she presents the workshop “Machine Quilt ing, photo transfer and beading. $10 fee for all
Geometric Patterns without Marking.” This students. If you choose to buy a kit ($30) all
workshop involves symmetrical machine quilting you’ll need to bring is scissors and either an X-
designs, many of them of sashiko origin, which Acto knife or lino carving tools. Wear old
can be laid down without applying pencil or clothes. There will be samples from the class at
marker to fabric. Using a domestic machine, tools the Workshop table at the meeting. Check ‘em
and techniques, practice four quilting patterns out! http://www.lyrickinard.com.
from Charlotte’s book, One Line at a Time, and
four patterns from its forthcoming sequel. Any
interested in this workshop will be put on the
waiting list. http://www.cwaquilts.com.
August Program: Quilter’s Flea Market Ex-
travaganza. (Tues., August 16)
Here’s an opportunity to clean out your sewing
space. Books, magazines and patterns may be do- Additional information including
nated to the Quilt Show where they will be sold downloadable supply lists and registration forms
to raise money for the Guild. On Tuesday, August is available at the website:
16th bring the fabric you are done with, rulers, www.ashevillequiltguild.org.
thread, scissors and other notions you have re- Sign up for a workshop today!
placed or have no need for, those things you are
wondering what you were thinking when you Mark your calendars now:
bought them, UFOs (UnFinished Objects) and September’s meeting will be a lunchtime
let’s make a deal. (One member said she bought a POTLUCK at the Governor’s Western
feather weight at the last flea market! Think out- Residence. And coming up in October Sue
side the sewing box!) This is your chance to make Nickel’s will be here to teach Baltimore Style
room for new stuff and make a little cash! This Applique by Machine. More details to follow.
will be a fun opportunity for conversation, hag-
gling, shopping, sharing, and coming home with
new ideas and inspiration and new stuff. Peggy Newell
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Little Bee - 1st Thursday evening each month at
7pm in each other’s homes. Contact Cindy Lund at
Are you new to our guild or to the area? Just starting on
your quilting journey? Would you like to get to know Fiber Arts Alliance - Anyone interested in art quilts,
other quilters better, or find out more about quilting or any medium, or any level is invited to join. 1st Tuesday
guild activities? Would you enjoy a couple of hours of each month at the West Asheville Presbyterian Church
fun and fellowship with other quilters. Are you a current at 690 Haywood Road. 12:00 brown bag lunch, 12:30-
member who would like to meet and help new quilters 3:00 meeting. Contact Deborah Brown at 456-7662
and members, or are you looking for volunteers for you or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or
committees? If so, please join a Member Bee. Many Meg Manderson at 683-6563 or email her at
close friendships are formed as you share quilting infor- email@example.com.
mation in these smaller groups.
You may also start a new group, maybe in your neighbor- Quilts For Linus- The Linus Project is a nationwide
hood or at a time more suited to your schedule. All it volunteer project that collects blankets (quilts, knitted
takes is a few other quilters to start. Contact me and we and crocheted items) for traumatized and hospitalized
can publish it here monthly. Visit one or more of the fol- children. This group is open to everyone. We meet
lowing groups. You are always welcome at any or all of every 4th Friday from 1 to 3:30pm. We have lots of
them. Bring a project you are working on, especially if new fabric donated by Marti’s Patchwork Cottage.
you need help or advice. Don’t forget your SHOW & Come to select fabric to sew a community quilt at home,
TELL! to help layer tops, to cut for kits or one that you want to
Kim Thompson, Member Bee Chair, make (bring cutting equipment) or sew (bring your ma-
628-1938 or firstname.lastname@example.org chine) with us. Contact Sara Hill at 664-0974 for more
information or directions.
The Firehouse Quilters (North) - 1st & 3rd Thurs-
day each month - 10:30 - 2:00 - Reems Creek Firehouse East-Enders Bee meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of
Community Room, Beaverdam Road, North Asheville. each month. We meet in members homes from 1-3.
Bring lunch. Contact Helen Kehoe at 281-2098. Members living on the East side of Asheville or in Swan-
nanoa or Black Mountain are encouraged to join us.
Beaucatcher’s Bee – meets every Tuesday 10 am- Contact Maureen Kampen email@example.com
noon, North Ashevillle Community Center, 39 E. Larch- or Sally Gross-Holbrook at 686-4616 for more
mont Rd (off Merrimon Ave). Annual Community information.
Center Fee applies. Questions? Contact Mary Field at
254-9128. Spring Mountain. The Spring Mountain bee meets
the second Tuesday morning from 10-12, teaching and
Lamplight Bee Meets on the 4th Thursday of the working on quilts and other hand crafts, benefiting the
month at 6:30pm, Oak Hill Methodist Church 277 Oak local community, the Asheville Quilt Guild and other
Hill Drive, Candler NC. Call or email Betty charities. It is open to everyone, and the contacts are
Fauerbach for more information at 627-9793 or Kay Jenkins at 628-7900 or Kim Thompson at
firstname.lastname@example.org (Note New Day)
Biltmore Lake Quilters meet the second and fourth
South Asheville Bee - Meets at Earth Fare South com-
Thursdays each month from 9-1 at the Biltmore Lake
munity room, 1856 Hendersonville Road, on the second
Clubhouse. All are welcome (you do not have to live in
and fourth Thursday of the month at 9:30 a.m. Call Ann
Biltmore Lake). Contact Mary Rogers for more infor-
Bordeau at 650-9708 or Alice Helms at 277-9223.
mation at 665-2602 or email@example.com
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Dare to Bee - The purpose of the group is to challenge Guild Projects
quilters to go beyond their comfort zones in a relaxed and
supportive Jennifer Haines 333-4251 or Norene Goard will be displaying her quilts at the
Jenuofroc@aol.com NC Arboretum (2nd Floor Hall of the Education
Bldg.) during the months of July and August.
Many thanks to the WeeBees for displaying their
quilts during May and June!
Guild Projects Chair
The quilt is a wonderful representation of the
natural beauty of our area and a testament to
the talent of AQG members
In light of the quilt’s popularity with guests, the
Southern Highland Craft Guild is having a post-
card of the quilt printed which will be for sale
at the Folk Art Center.
It was professionally photographed by Tim
Barnwell and the postcard is in the process of
being designed and printed.
The SHCG is also having a plaque made to hang
with the quilt recognizing the contributors. It
is an honor to have the quilt on display at the
Folk Art Center and the SHCG is grateful for this
generous gift. Once again we would like to
thank the Asheville Quilt Guild, and specifically
those members who designed and created
Photo by “Celebrating 75 Years of the Blue Ridge
Tim Barnwell Parkway.”
Contributors: Julie Bagamary, Georgia
It should come as no surprise that the quilt,
“Celebrating 75 Years of the Blue Ridge Bonesteel, Ann Bordeaux, Robin Brooks,
Parkway” has been very well received by Folk Connie Brown, Laura Casey, Donna Faber,
Art Center visitors. As you all know, the quilt Norene Goard, Amy Harry, Yolanda Hall, Judy
was designed and created by members of the Heyward, Ira Inman, Maureen Kampen, Lynda
Kepler, Ellen Levine, Janice Maddox, Nancy
Asheville Quilt Guild and was given as a gift to
the Southern Highland Craft Guild and installed Mathewson, Linda Nichols, Diana Ramsay,
as a permanent exhibition at the Folk Art Center. Sharon Smaldone, Rita Williams.
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Asheville Quilt Guild
P.O. Box 412
Asheville, NC 28802
Show & Tell
Block of the Month for Sharing
july 19, 2011
10am at the Folk Art Center
Charlotte Warr Andersen will join us to talk about “A Quilter's Progression.” With over twenty
years experience as a quilt teacher, she has some stories to tell!
Newsletter Publisher The Asheville Quilt Guild Meets
on the 3rd Tuesday of the Month
JoAnne Hewatt 10 a.m. in Odd numbered Months
firstname.lastname@example.org 7 p.m. in Even numbered Months
828-681-8166 (in the Evening in Even months!)
The deadline for the August disPatch will
be July 28th.
Folk Art Center Auditorium
Blue Ridge Parkway