July 2018 Program

July 11: Margaret Noah, traditional. art and pictorial quilter from Montrose.  




Today’s quilts are much more than bed covers made from scraps of cloth. They are pieces of art. Many still cover beds, but others hang on walls and in galleries. Margaret Noah quilts in both fashions.

“Over 30 years ago, I started out with very traditional work. And about 10 years ago I decided I wanted to do my own things, design patterns, select fabrics. My main focus is density and color,” she said.






Margaret’s Trunk Show on July 11th.



Following this wonderful trunk show,  SSQ Members hosted a “Garage Sale” in the fellowship hall.   Those who attended found lots of interesting items to choose from and the sellers found new homes for their “stuff” and had the opportunity to acquire more “stuff”.  What will we see coming from their discoveries in the next few months?