September 2018

Show and Tell

Priscilla Moreland 

Jo Ellen Brown made "pumpkins" using velvet, minky, and other fabrics.  She brought them for our centerpiece.

Jo Ellen brought several quilts to show.  She got a lot done this summer.

Ingrid Elkins made an outfit for her granddaughter
She also made aprons

Mary Mitchell and Peggy Smiley with baby quilts

Cindy Sampler made tote bags for veterans.

Marilyn McShan made Christmas stockings and tote bags.

Charlotte Campbell and her lovely quilt tops.

Sherry Rupe and a baby quilt she was commissioned to make.

Jo Ellen Brown brought our program.  She demonstrated the 10 minute block.

Next month's program we are going to have some fun. We all have some fabric that we haven't used because well it's UGLY! So bring a yard or equivalent (2 half yards or 4 fat quarters etc.) of this UGLY fabric to next month's meeting.

Happy quilting!

Want to show a quilt in our quilt show?

Right click on form and copy into a program on your computer. Then you can print.

Quilt Show 2015

"A Gathering of Quilters"
Friday August 28 2pm to 6:00pm and 
Saturday August 29 10am to 4:30pm
Bridgeport Community Center
1102 Lawdin Ave.  
Bridgeport, Texas
turn right at Auto Zone on Hwy. 380

Door Prizes
Silent Auction
Bed Turning
Country Store
Bake Sale
Raffle Quilt tickets for sale

A & K Quilting:  Fabric, kits, patterns, notions, etc.
Aunt Pam's Fabric Stash:  Fabric, notions, kits and more
Cactus Shack Embroidery: Embroidered items, designs and more
Frances Easter: Handmade Purses and cookbooks
Hardwood Designs by Bruce Atherton: Quilt displays, ladders, racks, and clamps
Jewelry Boutique: Gabrielle Karlsch --Fabric quilt charms and unique jewelry 
Quilt Catering: Fabric, patterns, notions, etc.
Silpada Designs:  Judy Malone--Sterling silver and brass jewelry

FREE Admission with two canned goods or a cash donation to
Wise Area Relief Mission

Save the date!


After the March meeting members started cutting out the raffle quilt.  Then before the April meeting the blocks were assembled by some members.

After the April business meeting  members who stayed sewed the blocks together into rows.  And then the rows together. The border was sewn together and then sewn to the quilt later.  Now for the quilting!

Many thanks to the members who worked on our raffle quilt.   Tickets will be available soon.  Send us an email if you would like to purchase one.


Carolyn Watkins brought the quilt that Barbara Peel made.  We have decided to make a queen size version for our 2015 raffle quilt.

Lots of show and tell of member's talent.

After our business meeting a program followed given by Priscilla Moreland.  She showed us how she paints on fabric. Members were able to try their hand at it and see items Priscilla had made using this technique.

Installation of officers

February's meeting included installation of officers for 2015.

Right to left Jo Ellen Brown--President, Debbie Repp--1st V. President and Program Chair,  Carolyn Watkins--2nd V. President and Newsletter,  Ora Majka--Secretary, and Barbara Peel--Treasurer.

Jo Ellen Brown was presented quilt blocks made by guild members.

Show and Tell

Priscilla Moreland

Priscilla shows her wall hanging made entirely from silk.

Mary Mitchell shows a baby quilt she made for our community service project.

Mary Mitchell made a table runner.

Brenda Smith shows a tea towel she made.

Brenda shows a snowman quilt she made for a fundraiser for a group in Jacksboro.

Joyce Betty shows a quilt she pieced and is donating to our quilt show's auction.

Jeanne Walsh shows a throw she made.  Also pictured is a dog they are currently 
training for assistance.


Linda Manning with items for country store.

                                                                                                                                                                                               And one of the quilts she has made.  Bright and cute.

Marilynn Collins shows a table runner and apron.

And two quilts.

Jo Ellen Brown shows a bag she made.

 Sharlotte Nordell shows turbans she makes for cancer patients.

After the business meeting Marilyn McShan presented a short demo on the Tri-Recs ruler.