Representative from Quilt Nuts in Sand Springs showed us how to sew with grids. She brought quilts that had been sewn using grids to show us.
Guild members volunteered to make log cabin blocks to go into a charity quilt for ALS.
Norlene Grigsby and Linda Raiser from the Northeast Oklahoma Quilts of Valor Organization presented Quilts of Valor to four of our own guild members: Debbie Hailey, Jackie King, Nicky King, and Sue Hall. It was interesting to hear from our veterans what branch they served in, where they served, and what their jobs were.
The Northeast Oklahoma Quilts of Valor Organization holds an open sew every second Saturday at the Broken Arrow Library. All are welcome to come sew and learn more about Quilts of Valor.
Jan Holzbauer, fiber and thread artist will present some of her work.
John Newland, the Hot Fix Guy, explained how his adhesive works on fabric. He showed us samples of the product on fabric and items and how well it holds up.
David Martelli from Martelli Innovations demonstrated the many wonderful Martelli products.
Cynthia Washburn from Needle in a Haystack gave a presentation on Log Cabin blocks showing all the different ways and techniques in putting them into a quilt.
Donation Quilts contest starts July 25, 2019.
Bittersweet Quilts from Joplin, MO will be demonstrating basic sewing machine maintenance.
Kickoff of the Route 66 Quilt Challenge Fundraiser pattern shop hop to run from September 2019 to September 2020
Cynthia Regone presentation and workshop. Sept 26 & 27, 2019.
Trails End Fall Retreat - October 17-19, 2019
Christmas Party - No Program.
TRAILS END QUILTERS' GUILD