Programs for 2021-22

Programs for 2021-22

Our meetings are held at the Homewood Senior Center

Scrap Sisters

September 13

SCRAPS TO SCRAPALICIOUS - Bonnie Hooley & Kathy Paul of Manitoba, Canada, share the origins of their Brown Bag Challenge and how it has come to benefit Quilts of Valor Canada. We'll introduce our guild's own scrap bag challenge.

Ryan Blocker

October 11

As Collections Coordinator for the Alabama Department of Archives and History, Ryan will talk with us about quilt preservation.

Al Chapman

November 8

Sewing machine tips

Scrappy Brown Bag Challenge Reveal & Mug Rug Swap

December 13

Members will unveil their Scrap Bag Challenge creations and we'll play musical mug rugs!

Delia Vandevelde

January 10

Delia will share tips on how to organize your sewing room.

Lashawnda Crowe Storm

February 14

The Lynch Quilts Project - a community-based initiative developed and led by artist LaShawnda Crowe Storm, which examines the history and ramifications of racial violence in the United States of America through the textile tradition of quilting. Rooted in community co-creation and storytelling, this project weaves a path towards a more healed and just future for all.

QuiltFest Spotlight

March 14

Learn all about the ways you can help make QuiltFest 2022 a success and sign-up to volunteer!

Gail Garber

April 11

Hexies and Beyond

May 9

Guild members Lisa Allen and Peggy Rhodes will not only talk about the various methods for making the popular traditional hexagon, but also about the modern use of English Paper Piecing for today's patterns. You might even win one of two door prizes!

Guild Yard Sale

June 13

Year-end Picnic &
Installation of Officers

July 11