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Members Blog

Members' blogs posts are listed here sorted by date published (the new items are on top).

You are invited to Westside Quilters Meeting on Saturday February 3, 2018, at St. John's Presbyterian Church, 11000 National Blvd., Los Angeles, 90064.    Quilting Arts TV host Susan Brubaker Knapp is featured speaker.   Meeting is from 10 a.m to 12:30.  Non-Members fee $10.00; Info at www.westsidequilterslosangeles.org If you want to Car Pool from Rossmoor Library, contact Carol at 562-644-3802.      
You are invited to Westside Quilters Meeting on Saturday February 3, 2018, at St. John's Presbyterian Church, 11000 National Blvd., Los Angeles, 90064.    Quilting Arts TV host Susan Brubaker Knapp is featured speaker.   Meeting is from 10 a.m to 12:30.  Non-Members fee $10.00; Info at www.westsidequilterslosangeles.org If you want to Car Pool from Rossmoor Library, contact Carol at 562-644-3802.      
The Board has extended the due date for Drips-Splatters Challenge to August 15. This is a super fun challenge.   Members can deliver their Drips/Splatters entries to Laurie Multipassi no later than August 15th. Laurie Mutalipassi 14111 Cavendish St.Westminster, CA 92683760-412-1400Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Please use Artist Entry Form on website to enter your quilt and process the  $20.00 entry fee through Donation tab. This is a juried exhibit....start dripping and splattering....We want LOTS of entries for the juror. Carol  
  November/December 2016 - Landscape Quilts - Stiching the Sky demonstrates effective quilting techniques as reflected in Swan Song.       Quilts From Readers - Raw edge fused applique.  
"California's Hues, Tints, Shades & Tones" exhibit put together by the Southern California Council of Quilt Guilds. This exhibit is showing at the Quiltfest Oasis Palm Springs Show presented by Mancuso Show Management from October 6th to October 8th at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
http://aiisf.org/immigrant-voices/stories-by-author/crossings-the-12000-mile-and-five-year-journey Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation (AIISF) raises awareness of the experience ofImmigration into America through the Pacific. AIISF collects and preserves the rich stories and personal journeys of thousands of immigrants, and shares them with visitors and everyone living in America through education initiatives and public programs.   Angel Island Immigration Station reminds us of the complicated history of immigration in America.  It serves as a symbol of our willingness to learn from our past to ensure that our nation keeps its promise of liberty and freedom.  
Quilts on the Wall Members manned a table and introduced visitors to the benefits of membership.  http://quiltsonthewall.blogspot.com/  
Quilt Show and Fiber Art Fest Runs August 13th and 14th   Calls for Entries:   The L.A. Quilt Show & Fiber Art Fest at CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles is different from other shows. It is hosted by artists, and quilts are displayed aerially, hung from rafters so they may be viewed from both sides in all their glory.  Attendees are invited to don gloves provided by the event in order to touch and examine pieces. The L.A. Quilt Show is a unique sensory experience; a chance for quilters of all experience levels to see your favorite pieces displayed in a public venue within a mix of styles and alongside a gallery of fiber arts. In addition to the exhibit, there will be an array of vendors to browse along with CRAFTED's handmade arts & crafts marketplace to shop.  There will also be classes to take and speakers to enjoy.  Sign up for our newsletter and Like Us on Facebook to receive updates.   #1: Guidelines Entries will not be displayed without a hanging sleeve.  Period, end of story.  Here is a handy tutorial. The show entry form is intended to be for individuals.  We have special offers for guilds and groups…
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