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Meeting: Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.Christ the King Church Community Hall, 1951 McKinleyville Road, McKinleyvilleMoonstone Quilt GuildSpeaker for MarchAnn Anderson—Fun with ColorI will present some basic concepts of color inquilting along with hands-on exercises. If youcan, bring some scraps of fabric, about 3" x 3"(roughly). Choose any colors you like. If youcan't bring fabric, don't worry, I will bring some.Real quilts will be used as examples. Pleasebring some of your quilts that you think workwell in terms of color and some where youthink the color choices could have been better.We will discuss them as a group.AnnMoonstone Quilters Relay TeamRETREAT: Don’t forget to sign up for the oneday retreat (with lunch provided) to be held onApril 11th at Christ the King Church. CallJeannie at 825-8701 to reserve a spot.Remember, the 40 is a donation to theAmerican Cancer Society. The “Walkabout”pattern is quite easy and has stunning results.I hope to sponsor one or two junior quilters totake the class. Janet Fesler has volunteered tobe their assistant for the day.RELAY: We are getting excited about actuallyparticipating in the Relay for Life on July 11thand 12th at Halvorson Park (near the AdorniCenter). We will be piecing 5” squares into4-patch blocks during the 24-hour event. Wehope to involve the public in piecing someblocks with us (or at least picking out fabricsquares to put into a block). The blocks canlater be made into a community quilt. We arealso working on Humbug Bags, key fobs, littlewallets, and market bags to sell during theevent. We also have an opportunity to submitauction items (quilts, maybe) to an event called“Wings for a Cure” to be held on June 5th. Ourteam will get credit for whatever funds ouritems bring in. So we could use some helpcutting out 5” squares, sewing bags, orproviding items for the auction. We also needpeople to sign up for a 2-hour shift of sewing atthe event (machines and supplies will beprovided). Contact us if you can help in anyway.Jeannie Buerer, 825-8701Jan Scheffler, 442-9306Co-Captains of Moonstone Quilters Team #165

Moonstone QuiltersIncome Statements as of :28-Feb-15February2015 150.00 56.00 IncomeDuesRaffle TableDonationTotal Income: ExpensesPostageNewslettersHall Rental (2015)Hall Rental (2014)Hall Set-up (2015)Hall Set-up (2014)Class Hosting & Quilt (Relay for Life)ProgramsEquipmentInsuranceCommunity QuiltsDonation-REQG-Clarke MuseumTotal Expenses:Net Income and ExpensesPrevious Balance/Beginning Balance:Balance as of:28-Feb-15 Last year2015total as ofYTD2/28/2014700.00 849.00110.00 109.00206.00 810.00 100.00 100.0020.00 53.66 50.00223.66(17.66)2,899.552,881.89 958.00 112.5020.00 53.6675.00 15.99 .552,881.89Page 2

Feedback NeededI am looking for feedback from the membersto see if there is interest in a class from PatDurbin. Please email me or call if you wouldbe interested.Thank you debsi s@suddenlink.net or616‐3572.Debbie2015 Fat QuarterMargaret McNally won the February ValentinesDay themed fat quarters. You, too, can be awinner, just bring your batik fat quarters to theMarch meeting an try your luck.Barbara2015 Moonstone BoardSharon StewartChristine RossJoAnn HuntRae PillorDebbie Davis, 015 Moonstone CommitteesMembership Welcome Table:Dee Anne JenningsDelores VoseMembership Database:Brenda Glyn-WilliamsHospitality:JoAnn HuntCommunity Quilts:Sharon StewartFat Quarter Raffle:Barbara BrancoBlock-of-the-Month:Rae PillorRaffle Table:Carol WeaverUFO:Delores VoseMystery Quilt:Linda GlarosTina McCulloughRelay for Life Team Captain:Jeannie BuererNewsletter:Jean 8Guild MembershipFat Quarter ScheduleApril prints suitable for a baby or young childMay Go wild with flowers 25/year includes monthly meetings fromJanuary to October and newsletter subscription. Guest: 3/meetingJune lets do some solid colorsNewsletterJuly sporting printsDeadline on 10th of month. Articles to beemailed to: moonstonenews@suddenlink.net.Articles may be included in body of email orattached as Word files. For questions, pleasecontact Jean Avant at 839-8158 or at theabove email address.August animal printsSeptember Halloween or harvest themeOctober get ready for the season withChristmas fabricPage 3

Community QuiltsMembership.February was a happy and fun meeting. Welaughed, socialized, and put together severalquilts that are now ready for a Long arm,straight line, or free motion quilter.We welcomed two new members at our February meeting: Leone Menefee and SharonStewart.Please contact me at 839-8416 or 498-0439 ifyou are able to quilt for charity, and I willarrange to deliver a beautiful quilt for yourquilting pleasure.All your work is muchappreciated by the guild and recipients.Thank you for your hard work, skillful handsand big hearts.Sharon StewartCommunity QuiltsSharon (some of you may know from REQG)has graciously taken over from Shar Evans asthe Community Quilts Committee member.This is a huge task, and we ask that all ourmembers give Sharon all the help that theycan. Thank you, Sharon. We also hope thatwe will soon see Shar back at our meetings.We miss you.Cathy Hamilton has offered to be a mentor inthe topic of “long arm quilting;” so if you needhelp, contact Cathy. She has also volunteeredto quilt some of the community quilts. Thankyou, Cathy.We also have two members who would like topresent a Trunk Show. Both are very talentedquilters.BirthdaysMarch315Dorothy BianchiKim GundersonApril5131315232529Delores VoseCarol HansenChristine RossMargaret ApplegateJanet FeslerSharon StewartSarah GulrichWe may be a small Quilt Guild; but we hopethat each member will become an activeparticipant, either by new quilters being helpedto learn through meetings and inspiration ofexperienced members, or “old-timers” continuing their growth in learning new skills and improvement.With this in mind, make sure that you alsocome to our April meeting and learn andpractice the skill of “fabric folding” being givenby Diane Goldsmith Harger. I know that this isa new skill for me.Brenda Glyn-WilliamsPage 4

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American Cancer Society. The “Walkabout” pattern is quite easy and has stunning results. I hope to sponsor one or two junior quilters to take the class. Janet Fesler has volunteered to be their assistant for the day. RELAY: We are getting excited about actually participating in the Relay for Life on July 11th

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