Piecemakers Chair: Rosenelle Florencechild – 541-879-0122
The Piecemakers held their first meeting of the year on January 7. Linda T. brought in her completed blocks for the Colorado Star Log Cabin Quilt–the groups next raffle quilt. Linda G. shared information about a free on-line quilting blog that looked promising. Plans for the next two months were discussed. Two members volunteered to… Read More.
Thank you to all the EPWC members and guests who supported the Piecemakers charitable efforts by purchasing raffle tickets at the August Luncheon. Congratulations to the winner, Lorie Petersen. May it bring you many years of warmth and comfort.
Following our participation in the Vintage Faire in May, the members of the Piecemakers decided to make a raffle quilt to help fund community education programs. The members quickly decided on a pattern and everyone contributed yellow and blue fabric. Each person made six or seven blocks, then brought them back to the next meeting… Read More.
On Wednesday January 8, six members of the Piecemakers quilting group met to work on individual projects. Mary’s Twirling Fans, Terry’s Chameleon Handbag and Linda’s ragged edged snowman generated a lot of oohs and aahs and severely tested my New Year’s resolution to start no new projects. The morning flew by rapidly but we all… Read More.
The Piecemakers met to finish working on table runners that were started in November and to show their completed projects. We also discussed future projects. Half of the members expressed interest in starting new projects—placemats and seasonal table runners were mentioned and patterns will be distributed. The other half indicated a preference to work on… Read More.
The Piecemakers met on Wednesday November 6 at Rosenelle’s to begin two table runner projects that used either friendship star or flying geese blocks. Rosenelle demonstrated a quick method for making flying geese blocks and before long the group began cutting fabric. Sewing machines hummed as people began piecing blocks. Around noon the group broke… Read More.
On Wednesday October 2, Mary Birrell, Betty Clement, Joan Devlin, Terry Sheldon, Janet Siedlecki and Elaine Slate met at the home of Rosenelle Florencechild to discuss the formation of a new quilting group. This diverse group included newcomers and long term residents of Eagle Point; two women were brand new to the EPWC and others… Read More.