|WSQ Events for 2017|
WSQ meets quarterly
2426 N. Discovery Place
Spokane Valley, WA 99216
Meeting Time: 1:00 & 7:00pm
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Meeting Speakers 2017
January 26 Pam Clarke
April 27 Karla Alexander
July 27 Lynn Koolish
Sept 28 Nancy Prince
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We sew and have fun together for a day.
The next Quilting Bees are:
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The third Friday of every month is kitting day
Sisters, Oregon, Out Door Quilt Show July 7th- 8th - 9th
Walla Walla, Harvest of Quilts September 16th
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39th Annual Quilt Show
"STITCHES IN BLOOM"
October 20-22, 2017
Spokane County Fair & Expo Center
404 N. Havana Spokane, WA 99202
WSQ's quilt show features over 500 quilts, Merchant Mall, three days of speakers and demonstrations, and a boutique.
If you have any troubles with the online quilt registration or this website in general, please outline your problem in an email and direct these to our web developer, Ann Martinson - firstname.lastname@example.org
|Lynn Koolish Is Our Speaker In July|
|CHARITY CENTRAL UPDATE |
|We have donated over 265 quilts to charities so far this year!
Many, many thanks to all of you who have supported Charity Central. Your generous donations of fabric, time, and talents have brought much joy to our community. You are a wonderful group of caring people.
Every third Friday of the month we have a kitting day in which we take the donated fabric and put it into kits so that tops canbe produced. We take the tops and add batting and backing and quilt them. Then we add the binding to finish a beautiful and useful quilt.
We need help in all areas to produce these quilts. We need fabric and batting donations. We need volunteers put fabrics together to make the kits as well as to quilt and bind them.
If you can help or would like to become more involved in this project, please let us know. Clean out your stashes, get rid of those fabrics that you can’t remember why you bought and help many great causes.
Contact Jo-Ann Sandstrom at email@example.com
Her Lecture at our general meeting on July 27th is titled, “Confessions of an Eclectic Quilter”
In this fiber art lecture, Lynn Koolish presents her personal journey in art quilting with a discussion of inspiration, process, and quilts. Join her as she explores various media, techniques, and processes.
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QUILT SHOW REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
You can now enter your quilt directly from here. No mailing. No fuss. Earn your First 100 Pin!
Simply set up your own quilt entry account (if you haven't done this yet) or access your account by using last year's password and email address. (Your Quilt Show password, not your shopping cart!)
This year WSQ's Registration Committee is actively encouraging everyone to enter directly on-line. You can enter your information and look up and change your information (at least until the August closing date).
Don't forget to record your password in a place where you can find it every year! And print out 2 copies of your quilt registration form.
Click here for 2017 Online Entry
Click here for a PDF of the registration form should you wish to use a paper copy to enter your quilt.
Maureen Cramer has agreed to Chair the 2018 Raffle Quilt Committee.
Thank you Maureen!
Please Click here for a PDF of the instructions to make a block for our 2018 Raffle Quilt!
2017 RAFFLE QUILTS
We are proud to present two quilts for this years’ raffle,
"The Garden Imagined" and "A Garden Mosaic".
"The Garden Imagined"is 78" X 94" and was quilted by Nicki Sue of Heartbeat Quilting in Spokane Valley, WA.
"A Garden Mosaic"" is 64" X 80" and was quilted by Sew-Into-Quilts & Sew-Fix-It, LLC (Twila Prociw) in Deer Park, WA.
We thank Mary Sue Suit for her permission to use her technique for our path in "The Garden Imagined" and for allowing us to modify her design "Pierre" in making "A Garden Mosaic". These are included in her book "A New Turn On Drunkard's Path".
WSQ members were asked to design and make blocks to represent what they'd see in an English flower garden. Thanks to all who made wonderful and creative blocks. These blocks are incorporated in both quilts. "The Garden Imagined" is a design by Naomi Hall, a WSQ member, and is ONE of a kind. A WSQ original.
Each quilt will also have two pillows presented with each.
Drawing for the quilts will be on the last day of our 2017 quilt show, at 3:00 pm on Sunday, Oct 22 at the Spokane County Fair & Expo Center. "The Garden Imagined" will be drawn first.