What a busy month we had in March with our meeting, Community Affairs Sew-In, TV spot with Dave Allgood of KREX, and the Navajo Wedding Basket Class with Jolly Stanford.
Now that Spring is here, it looks like the busy times will continue. I am tormented by “voices” that are calling me to do some spring cleaning (not my favorite), working in my garden and roses, and quilting projects. Too many choices but it all needs to be done.
I do get to put all of that on the back burner for a few days and travel to Tacoma, Washington for some family time with my sisters and brother while we get to play with my three-year-old great nephew. So looking forward to having a great time and maybe checking out a couple of quilt stores.
Trust that as Spring rolls in, all of you get some great quilting done.
Mar 7 9:30 Board Meeting
Our next General Meeting is on Wednesday, April 11
9:00 am General Mtg
Program: Marilyn Badger “Journey of a Long-Arm Pioneer”
Check this out!
Thanks to Dave Allgood. We were featured on his program aired on Western Slope Now.com
If you missed it, click on the link above.
PRESIDENT: Yolanda Crawford
VICE PRESIDENT: Jocie Perotti
TREASURER: Linda Smith
SECRETARY: Susan Osborn
COMMITTEE LEADERS 2018
Barnes and Noble Winter: Kathy Morgan
Barnes and Noble Spring: Jewell Buck
Block of the Month: Jewel Buck and Debbie Sasser
Christmas Stockings: June Hall and Paula Hammons
Community Affairs: Kris Murphy, Joan Kykema,Carol Wilson, and Helen Baltz Jonesl
Door Prizes: Peggy Pretti
Library: Janet Wheeler
Membership: Diane Abraham and Judy Allerheiligen
Newsletter: Janet Wheeler
Nominations: Helen Baltz Jones and Sandra Jackson
Photographer: Gabi Mear
Programs 2018: Wendy Bain
Programs 2019: Rose Penoyer
Publicity: Marion Biersdorf
Quilt Show 2019: Judy Allerheiligen, June West, Helen Baltz Jones
Rendezvous: Linda Smith and Pam Lewshenia
Sunshine: Isabelle Martinez
Website: Donna Garlitz
and you? Volunteers accepted
TLC (Tender Loving Care) quilts
At Sunset Slope Quilters our purpose is to perpetuate the rich heritage of quilting in America, and to promote the art and perfection of the craft. We meet to learn from well-known and local speakers, to share our quilts and to conduct our business as well as enjoy fellowship with each other. Workshops are also held for learning skills. We have a number of satellite groups that meet to stitch for fun, to learn from each other and to work on community charity projects.
With warmth and love, TLC (Tender Loving Care) quilts are made, signed by members of our guild and given to a member diagnosed with cancer or other illness.
If you can help by making more blocks for us, click on the link below for the block pattern.
Click Here l TLC Quilt Block Pattern
At varying times during the year quilt documentations are held in conjunction with the Colorado Quilting Council for the purpose of recording quilt information for historical preservation.
Sunset Slope Quilters is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization. Our purpose is to perpetuate the rich heritage of quilting in America, and to promote the art and perfection of the craft.
The SSQ Board is made up of the officers – President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Games Manager as well as Standing Committee members, and any Special Committee members who have a report to give. Any club member is welcome to attend the Board meetings. They are held the second Wednesday of every month at 9 a.m. at the American Lutheran Church. Anyone over the age of 18 and interested in quilting is welcome to join us!
Are you new to Western Colorado? Are you looking for a new and challenging outlet for your energy?
Consider joining us soon. Contact us by visiting us at our next general meeting on the second Wednesday of each month. Guests are always welcome.
Please, no children under ten at the meetings.
$5.00 Guest Fee
** Please Note: Guest Fees increase to $10.00 when we have a Nationally known presenter and workshop. **
Membership Dues: $25 Annual Membership
To join us, complete the enrollment form and bring it with you to the next General Meeting. ENROLLMENT FORM