Knotty Ladies Chair: Meridel Hedges – 541-830-0750
Helen Hensley hosted the Knotty Ladies Quilters on March 4th. We welcome back Lynn Moore, who took a short break from the Knotty Ladies, and is ready to get back and be active again. We look forward to her new ideas. Helen is big on making small gifts for members and presented them with a… Read More.
Maxine hosted the Knotty Ladies on February 5. The 2020 meeting calendar was discussed with all meetings assigned except the December event which is TBA. Each member received a beautiful Valentine themed mug mat made by Helen. With Meridel leaving the group soon, it was time to elect a new chairperson. Helen Hensley was elected… Read More.
January Report The Knotty Ladies met at the home of Meridel Hedges substituting for Carol Kato who passed away unexpectedly in December. Two guests, Sue Brown and Karla Hanan, joined us. Neither has chosen to become a Knotty Lady but we enjoyed having them as our guests. The schedule of meetings for 2020 was firmed… Read More.
On November 6 the Knotty Ladies met at Maxine’s home. Old business included a discussion of our December potluck lunch which will be held at noon on December 4 with Bonnie as our hostess. We have invited the Piecemakers to join us for this event. Bonnie will send an email to organize the potluck. She… Read More.
The Knotty Ladies met at Helen’s home on October 2. The big news of the day was that our beautiful donation quilt is finished. The quilting was done by Grandma Mitchell and the binding was added by Dora. It will be delivered by Bonnie to an Eagle Point person who has been the victim of… Read More.
Dora hosted the September 4th meeting of the Knotty Ladies. All active members were in attendance. Announcements: • Dora announced that our donation quilt has been taken to Grandma Mitchell for quilting after being in the works for about a year. • Anyone wishing to see long-arm machine quilting at Cottage Quilts in action can… Read More.
The Knotty Ladies retreated to the Hedges cabin for their August meeting, work day, and potluck. Dora shared her project which was a quilted and piped cover for her sewing machine. Betty demonstrated how to make a reusable shopping bag that can be rolled up and stuck in a purse until needed. Several members worked… Read More.
The Knotty Ladies recently took a field trip to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center. EPWC’s own Annette Godfrey, a registered nurse who works in that unit, led the tour which included an in-depth look at the amazing equipment used in transporting and caring for these tiny babies. Annette… Read More.
The Knotty Ladies met at Lynn’s home on April 3. We welcomed guest Helen Hensley who shared several of her quilts including her current project a paper-pieced wall hanging with tiny pieces. We also welcomed Betty’s return from her winter in Arizona. It’s good to have her back in the fold. The group is winding… Read More.
A core group of spirited quilters gathered at Dora’s home to finalize the design and begin assembling the dynamic blocks created by the members. All twelve blocks have been completed and the sashings and cornerstones have been cut. It is only a matter of time before this comfort quilt will be ready for quilting. As… Read More.