We will be returning to business as usual at this month’s meeting for Quilts of Valor. After our cutting blitz from last month, we have lots of fabrics cut into squares of various sizes and prepared bindings and borders. Now our task is to kit these up, continue cutting the remainder or attach borders and binding to the quilts and tops being returned (and maybe lay out a quilt top or two).
Bring your cutting mats and favorite rotary cutting tool or sewing machine to this meeting. You will have your choice of favorite projects to work on!
We are always welcoming new members, so stop by to see what Quilts of Valor is all about or stay to help with the projects if you have time.
We will meet as usual at the Crafty Threads Quilt Shop on
Racetrack Rd on Friday, May 17th from 10:00 – 2:00. Everyone is invited – no sewing skills required.
We want to give back something to you who has given so much with honor.
The veterans of our military services have put their lives
on the line to protect the freedoms that we enjoy.
They have dedicated their lives to their country
and deserve to be recognized for their commitment.
Judd Gregg (US Senator – NH)
The inspiration quilt of the day is by Jan in
for a quilt shop sample – Ocala, FL, made
it uses Norcott’s Stonehenge Stars and Stripes Flight of the Eagle panel: