Stitch it Up

Stitch it Up or Stitch it Down, but always Stitch it Together!  Here are a few projects to do alone, as part of a group, for yourself, or for the Guild and Community Service projects:

Quilt Show Sale Items: with our Quilt Show scheduled for September 29 & 30, 2023, this is a great time to start making some quilted or sewn items to sell at the Guild fund raiser table. Some suggestions include mug mats, bowl cozies, key fobs, wallets/coin purses, placemats, fat quarter cupcakes.  Perhaps you’ve got old quilt magazines, patterns, a table runner, bed “rug,” or quilt you’d like to donate?  Do you have other ideas? Please let Karen know and she’ll add them to the list.

Scrappy Celebration Stitch-a-long from American Patchwork & Quilting (Lynda)
The first month (March) is buying the magazine and choosing your fabrics. This is a great project for using your scraps. In April, we will sew blocks A and B, in May we will sew blocks C and D, and so on. We will finish the quilt top in October. 

Sparrows Stitch-a-long  (Lynda)
Announcing a winter sew along to get you ready to celebrate spring! The Sparrows sew along will kick-off on January 24, 2022, the day of our guild meeting. Share yourr progress and tips in the WRQG Facebook group.
Here’s the six-week schedule recommended by Pen + Paper Patterns.
1/24-1/30: Cut and organize fabric pieces
1/31-2/6: Sew and trim half square triangles
2/7-2/13: Sew eight blocks
2/14-2/20: Sew eight blocks
2/21-2/27: Sew eight blocks
2/28- 3/6: Assemble quilt top

Ohio Star: We have over 40 blocks that need bordering. See Karen if you’d like to border a pair of blocks

Fidget Quilts: 10 fidget quilts were collected duringJanuary 2023.  The fidget quiltswill be shared with nursing homes.  Would you still like to make one? The Guild has many supplies to embellish with, and a fabric placemat makes a great base. (Lori)

Guild Presenter Gifts: stitch up something fun to Thank our Presenters for their time. (Jackie)

Quilts of Love: For those in AODA treatment, Veterans, Cancer & Pediatric patients, Project Linus, Refugees, and others. (Sheri or Karen)