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2014 Quilt-In and Share Our Skills Activities
Join your quilting sisters at a Saturday "Quilt-In" to learn new techniques, help make items to be sold at the Quilt Show’s Boutique, or get help on a difficult project. We provide, patterns, coffee, tea and snacks. We also have table risers to elevate tables to a comfortable position for pinning or basting your quilts. For new members, the Quilt-In is a great way to meet new people and form new friendships.
Quilt-Ins are held on the second Saturday of each month, at the West Dennis Graded School House in West Dennis. Doors open at 9:00 am and the workshop or demonstration starts at 10:00 am.
January 11: Jump-Start for your Scrap Quilt (West Dennis Graded Schoolhouse)
We will have samples, books and patterns for you to view plus a number of quilting magazines with scrap quilt patterns and ideas up for adoption.
February 8: Take Off Your Girdle - Freeform (not Maidenform) Quilting a la Gwen Marston (West Dennis Graded Schoolhouse)
The perfect approach to a scrap quilt for an adventurous beginner or an quilter who wants to let loose. This is the opposite end of the spectrum from Sally Collins.
March 8: Fabric Flowers including the DAFFODIL (Dennis Senior Center)
Spring comes early this year to your sewing room. Make them into pins or hair ornaments or quilt embellishments.
Part One of Quilted Vintage Linens with Ellie Held
April 12: Table Runner Treats (West Dennis Graded Schoolhouse)
Start off with a lesson on curved piecingwith a Drunkard’s Path block. Get a free pattern for a table runner using the DP block. Additional easy table runner patterns will be available plus kits to make them for the boutique. These are patterns we used at previous quilt-ins.
May 10: Decoupage Vases (Dennis Senior Center)
These decorated the tables in The Cove for the last show and were very popular. Learn how to make them with Meredith Pearson.
Part Two of Quilted Vintage Linens with Ellie Held.
Continuing work on boutique projects
June 14: The Frosting on the Cake (West Dennis Graded Schoolhouse)
All kinds of embellishments for your challenge quilt and beyond.
We always welcome members who just want to drop in to visit or to work on their own projects. It is a very relaxed environments with members coming and going all day. Several member just stop in to visit.
If you have any questions, see the Bayberry Quilter's membership book to contact Diane McGuire.