The President's Message

Meegan Veeder-Shave

Have you ever wanted to learn how to quilt?
Do you want to learn new quilting ideas and techniques?
Do you want to meet people who have fiber art interests and make new friends?

Join us for motivation, encouragement and camaraderie. All levels of quilters are welcome. We have workshops and speakers and special events to provide opportunities to learn and practice quilting in its many different forms. We would love to see you come and learn about this truly expressive art.
Meegan Veeder-Shave- President

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“Even though February was the shortest month of the year, sometimes it seemed like the longest.”  ― JD Robb

Everyone is always surprised at the snow this month, but not me. My dad used to work for a dairy farmer who said there was always a HUGE storm in February around George’s birthday.  Now that they have put all the birthdays together for President’s day, not many people remember that Washington’s birthday is February 22. I can tell you that there is always snow around February 20th and not at the end of the month. I know this because I still have yet to figure out
how to explain to my children that I’m not sure why one always gets a snow day for her birthday (February 20) while the other one does not (February 27th). Also, ask me about the drive through the snowstorm for the delivery on the 20th if you want a laugh. Just remember, spring is coming!!  But until then we have some time to get more quilting done. I am excited about the winter to
spring challenge, check it out, it could get your creative juices flowing.

As a side note, please consider taking a job for the guild. We have lots to choose from! If you have an interest or skill that could help us out we can certainly use you. While these are unprecedented times, now is a great time for us to mentor people who are interested in helping.  Please contact me if you think you can help!

One stitch at a time,
Meegan Veeder-Shave


See January Share and Inspire (under Activities) for members' projects done while sheltering.