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Many Thanks

It’s true: one will make terrific, long-lasting friends through quilting. Some of you met my daughter Laura when she was a young girl; when I brought her with me to a show or maybe to your home. She was very sick this past year and I’m glad I spent all my time with her, not quilting. I appreciate your thoughtfulness, kind words, and condolences at this difficult time. Thank you for your cards and gifts, they mean a lot to me.

Marianne

Toilet Paper Roll Sew-In

Save the date for toilet paper

roll sew in

 

Saturday january 31 9am – whenever at plaistow library.  Scan your stash for fabrics we can use for sashing, borders, backing. 100 percent cotton please.  We need sewers, pressers, helpers etc.  come spend some time meeting and sewing/helping with others in the guild as we make quilt tops for charity from these rolls of fabric already donated.

 

Can’t come but have fabric to donate please contact Gail Wozniak at gwoz2014@gmail.com

 

Gail Wozniak

Quilt Show Meeting

Hi quilt show helpers

 

Please mark your calendars for Monday January 12 , 7pm at Plaistow Library meeting room.

Hopefully all can attend and be our final meeting till April. Anyone new is welcome to attend and find out how you can help and meet new friends.

 

Thanks Gail and Helen

The service have been arrange and will be held at Catadella Funeral Home in Methuen.  For more information, please refer to the information on the funeral home website.

Sad News

Early this morning, I was informed that Marianne Nowacki’s daughter passed away.  As many of you know, Laura had Batten Disease.  She will be missed.  Our hearts and prayers go out to Marianne.

I will post more information regarding any arrangements as I receive them.

With a Sad Heart,

Cathy H

The current newsletter is now online.

Ann Hockmeyer received the following E-mail:

Hi,
I would be very appreciative if it is possible to provide information to the Guild, in hopes of locating an experienced Quilter willing to take on this project.
While cleaning out a relative’s home, we discovered a partially made Quilt from beautiful 1930’s fabric – there are not yet enough squares to put the Quilt together, but there is a bag with plenty of the old fabric.
We do have 16 completed 12 inch squares; I am told the pattern is “Dresden Plates” plus 2 larger completed pieces for Pillow covers.
Thank you,
Sincerely,
Melissa

If you are interested, please contact Ann.

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