Angee Turner, an award-winning quilt maker, designer, and teacher, will share a variety of quilts that use different materials and show her passion for color. She draws inspiration from her feelings, surroundings, life experiences, and the quilts her grandmother sent to her all her life, “A good quilt doesn’t just tell a story; it also invokes a feeling, and a really well-made quilt — made with love — causes the person who uses it to also feel that love. It is hard to make a quilt if you don’t love it.” She is also influenced by mathematics and engineering in her quilt designs.
Angee has been sewing since childhood and began quilting
over 20 years ago. Her quilts hang on walls and lay on beds in private
collections across the country.
Join us for an inspiring evening of colorful quilts and stories.
Every September our guild meets for a potluck dinner to
enjoy good food and great company. Bring something tasty to share,
There's no doubt that the food is central, but the most important ingredient is socializing
The meeting (and dinner) starts early at 6:30 pm. If you can, arrive a little earlier (6-ish) to help set up the room. Make sure you bring a serving utensil for your dish. The council provides plates, flatware, napkins, glasses, and drinks. your latest Show-and-Tell, and a friend.
2018 Quilt Challenge
This year's quilt challenge is to make a small wall quilt that symbolizes your birthday month. It may be any size, but no larger than 20” x 20”. We’ll hang them and vote on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes. We can guess the months depicted in the quilts.