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May 17th - Vintage Holiday with Jean Impey


Please join us in an amazing class with Jean Impey! She will be teaching us how to trace a design onto fabric using a light box with an India ink pen!
For more information about Jean and this awesome class follow the link to Jean's website. 
Vintage Holiday - Find her Supply List here

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Isolette Quilt Challenge - 2019

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The first Isolette Quilt Challenge occurred at the March day meeting.  Approximately 20 adorable entries were received. Those present got to vote, and one 1st Place winner (Maggie Adams) received $25.00!

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All quilters may participate in the 2019 Isolette Quilt Challenge.  Entries are open to both members and visitors alike.  The more entries there are, the more fun it is.  We really do love seeing all that creativity and talent!  All quilt entries received are then promptly donated to our local NICU’s. 

Isolette Quilt Challenges remaining are:

4th of July Theme -- June 20th Day Meeting

Halloween Theme -- September 19th Day Meeting

Christmas Theme -- November 21st Day Meeting

Size is 32" x 32" COTTON only, no flannel.

Quilt Challenge questions (or other member concerns)

may be directed to Maggie Adams, CPQ Member at Large.

Cell: (661) 912-4537



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The purpose of this organization shall be to preserve and continue the traditions, culture and history of quilting; to promote fellowship among persons interested in all aspects of quilting; to contribute knowledge and promote the appreciation of fine quilting; to sponsor and support quilting activities; to encourage quilt making and collecting; to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilt making techniques, textiles and patterns through educational meetings.