Friday, October 10, 2014

This Monday Evening

You'll want to attend our Monday, October 13 - yes, that's Columbus Day - to get in on some great activities and important discussions. Arrive at North Lake Presbyterian Church by 6:30 p.m.

The program, by Linda, is about how to cut and sew using a Quick Curve Ruler. The ruler is a wonderful new tool for creating quilts with curves. Learn more about it here, at the Sew Kind of Wonderful website.

Our next Sew-In is coming up on Saturday, October 25. If you haven't yet signed up, please do so and put down your $4 registration fee. As usual, we'll be sewing at the Oxford Community Center, near the corner of Highway 466 and 301.

Most importantly at our meeting, we'll be reviewing recommendations made by the five-person Advisory Committee. The group has spent time examining, discussing and making a recommendation about the future of our Central Florida MQG. Discussion about the future of our chapter been prompted but the national MQG who is asking all unofficial chapters - those using "modern quilt guild" in their name - to join national, or stop using the name. Where direction do you want to see our chapter go? Please attend to ask your questions. Following the October 13 meeting, everyone will receive an email with a survey link where we will collect your thoughts. Watch this space for developments and announcements.

Be sure to bring and wear your modern name tag. Also share with us your latest fabric and book acquisitions, and your latest modern projects, for show and tell. See you Monday!

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