1608 N. Ellison, Guymon, OK 73942
Disciple Center, 9th & Quinn Sts., Guymon, Oklahoma
The meeting will start at 10:00am
Brunch, visitation time, as well as shopping with the vendors begins at 8:30 a.m.
April, 28, 2012
Marilee from Justa Stitchin' in Springfield, Colorado will be presenting the afternoon class at April's Timeless Treasures meeting. Marilee will guide this fast and fun class known as the "1600 Mile Quilt" or also known as the "Jelly Roll Quilt" or "The Jelly Roll Race".
The cost for the class will be $10 per person. You will need to have a Jelly Roll. A Jelly Roll is 40 fabrics 2 1/2" by width of fabric and will make a small twin size quilt with borders.
You may use a Jelly Roll from your stash or purchase one before coming to the class. Jelly Rolls at our Saturday meeting will be limited and if you wish for Marilee or Cheryl to get them for you, you should call now as it will take awhile to get them in stock. Marilee's number is 719-523-4985 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Cheryl's number is 580-338-3677 or email@example.com. If you wish to cut you own fabric, you will need to have 40 strips, 2 1/2 inches by the width of fabric ready to use before coming to class in order to get started when the class begins at 1 p.m. You will need your machine (in good running order), your Jelly Roll or 40 precut strips, and the usual sewing notions for a class. If you wish to audit the class (watch, listen to the instructions, and get the pattern) the cost will still be $10.
You need to sign up now to give Marilee ample time to get enough of the instructions ready for all participants. To sign up for the class please call Barbara Dow at 580-338-6783 or leave a message if she is not there. Sign up on Saturday will also be an option for this class only.
Our program for Saturday morning will be a trunk show on quilts made with Jelly Rolls, Honey Buns, Layer Cakes, Charm Squares or any other quilt made with precut fabrics.. Please bring your quilts to share and show.
If there are any questions about any lecture or
workshop offered, please call Barbara Dow 580-338-6783 or email at
April 24, 25, & 26, 2008
Louisa Smith of Loveland, Colorado, nationally known quilt author, designer, lecturer, and teacher will be dazzling us with her innovative "STRIPS N CURVES" and "ONE PATCH PLUS" quilting. This will be a fun-filled weekend experiencing wonderful new techniques that will expand our quilting as we step outside our comfort zones and create one-of-a-kind works of art. Sewing machine is required as well as some advance fabric preparation. For more information you can contact program chairwoman Phyllis Stephens @ 580-338-7977 or firstname.lastname@example.org , Timeless Treasures Quilt Guild Treasurer Ellen Grice @ 582-349-2516 or email@example.com , or any of the five local area quilt shops for fabric assistance:
Down Home Quilts, Dumas, Texas
Justa Stitchin', Springfield, Colorado
Quilted Treasures, Liberal, Kansas
Prairie Trails Quilting, Turpin, Oklahoma
Cheryl's Quilt Corner, Guymon, Oklahoma
For a closer look at Louisa's quilts check out her website: www.quiltescapes.com . Her class quilts are located on the gallery page. Enjoy!
January ~ we had Roxanne Bowling from Down Home Quilts,
Dumas Texas. Roxanne has been quilting since the mid 80's. The morning
lecture was Memory Quilts ~ incorporating photos in your quilts. In the
afternoon workshop, Roxanne scanned our pictures onto muslin with her
ink jet printer and gave us instructions for a star photo quilt wall
April 30, 2005 ~ Anita Krug, West Lafayette, Indiana
Lecture: Traditions Recreated
Workshop: 6" x 6" Color Play $15
October 29, 2005 ~ Sisters' Scraps Quilt Shop,
Amarillo, Texas. Please note that this will be a very exciting,
busy meeting. In addition to Sisters' Scraps, we will also be
having the Log Cabin Challenge and then over the lunch hour (12-1) we
will have a Small Quilt Auction.
Lecture: Color from the Heart, by Kathy Martin
Workshops: Choose one or visit all three (class fees & supply lists TBA later)
The "Sisters" of Sisters Scraps will also have a vendor booth for
our shopping. Stop by their booth and check out the on-going
demonstrations in their booth: No Math Flying Geese Ruler and
Pineapple Ruler (eliminates paper foundations.)
SMALL QUILT AUCTION ~ The auction will feature 20-30 small quilts made by our own members presented for your bidding. This is a fabulous fund-raiser for our Club that showcases our group's amazing talent.
Here's a little hint of some of the fabulous programs Ellen is working on.
More information will be available at the October 2005 meeting.
January 28, 2006 -- Free Multiple demo/workshops. What better way to get more acquainted with fellow Timeless Treasures members than to work and learn with them side by side. As usual this will be a fun-filled day so bring your closest friends and join in. No class charges.
April 28 & 29, 2006 -- Mark your calendars now!! You will not want to miss this meeting date. Debbie Caffrey, self-published author of 9 quilting books, numerous patterns, and over 100 mystery quilt patterns will be here from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Debbie, author of "Open A Can of Worms", "Noodle Soup", "Power Cutting", "Power Cutting II" along with 5 other books will be conducting an all day workshop on Friday, dazzle us with a lecture on Saturday morning, followed by a totally different workshop on Saturday afternoon. Space is limited so don't wait until the last minute to sign up.
July 29, 2006 -- Our own Dr. Beverly Meyer of Texhoma, Oklahoma will be giving the morning lecture on "Threads". The afternoon workshop will be a fantastically fun time as Bev conducts hands-on fabric dying out front on the lawn. If you sign up for the workshop come dressed in old clothes so you can: play in the water, maybe get a little dye on them, but what you'll end up with to take home will be well worth the time. This afternoon workshop might be more fun than finger painting in grade school.
October 28, 2006 -- Challenge quilt time! Wonder what the challenge might be? Who will be the big winners? Ellen is working on a great program that everyone will be able to participate in... mmmmm, wonder what it is? Come to the January meeting to find out!
2004 information provided by Freddie Seaman, 2004 program chair
Saturday, April 24, 2004 --
Helen Hammond, an avid quilter from Amarillo, will present a trunk show for the morning program. Helen has worked at R & R Quilts in Amarillo and is in charger of the Redwork Club which meets at the shop on a monthly basis. In the afternoon she will conduct a workshop on the Crazy Nine Patch quilt. The workshop will cost $10 per person. The supply list will appear in the guild newsletter.
Friday, July 23, 2004 --
Vicki McGowen from Quilts by Designing Friends will present an all day workshop entitled Five Ways to Fly. This workshop is for all levels and participants will explore five ways to make flying geese. Ideas will be presented for making a quilt using this very versatile unit. A pattern will be provided. The workshop will be $25 per person. A sample and the supply list will be available at the April meeting.
Saturday, July 24, 2004 -- Morning program
Vicki will present a lecture entitled "Tales of Two Designing Friends". This lecture includes a trunk show of Vicki and Kathy's original quilts designed over the past six years. The quilts exhibit applique and piecing skills of the Designing Friends. Quilt stories are presented in a light-hearted manner. Approximately 25-30 quilts are shown.
Saturday, July 24, 2004 -- Afternoon program
In the afternoon Vicki will conduct the Cut, Press and Sew workshop. This is a wonderful tool to use for either piecing or applique. The outside is padded for pressing and the inside includes sandpaper for marking fabric pieces and a cutting mat for trimming. Student provide their favorite fat quarter and the other suppleis are included in the $25 per person fee. No sewing required.
Saturday, October 30, 2004 --
Cynthia Shattles and Freddie
Seaman, guild members, will present a trunk show dedicated to ideas for
"Christmas Decorating and Quilting All Through the House." This will
include quilts, tree skirts, stockings, table toppers, ornaments, etc.
In the afternoon they will conduct a workshop on a fast and easy
Christmas project. A sample will be available at the July meeting. The
fee is to be determined.
|January 26th, 2002|
Our own Anna Mayer of Guymon, Oklahoma will be presenting an enlightening morning program entitled "COLOR MAGIC". Anna will share her wonderful expert eye for color as she leads us through her visions and variations she uses to pull colors together to create "COLOR MAGIC" in her paintings and quilts. Not only will we get to hear and learn from Anna, she'll also show us some of her magical color creations that we'll get to examine "up close". Anna is one of the most knowledgeable ladies in our area when it comes to color and just how to put it all together to create magnificent works of art on canvas as well as in cloth as you will see in just one of her creations to the right.
President Helen O'Hair, Elkhart, Kansas and her trusty sidekick Temple Reed, Rolla, Kansas will be in charge of the afternoon workshop, a "NO-PEEK NINE PATCH" quilt. Come prepared to have a blast as these two ladies are always up to something "different" and they'll keep you in stitches, not only at the sewing machine but also in trying to keep your sides together through their antics.
We'll make the blocks at the January meeting, and then in October bring your finished quilt for all to see. We'll let the membership vote to see which quilt gets the special prize!
* Bring 300 -- 2 1/2" squares of quality fabrics which will make 32 blocks, enough for a full size quilt, (we'll be mixing everyone's squares together so please provide quality fabrics and mix your squares up, don't try to keep them sorted into like fabrics. It will make it easier to mix them when we put them all together. When we pull these squares out to sew we want to get a wide variety of fabrics.)
* The wider the variety of fabrics the better.
* Come prepared to participate and have a lot of fun. If you don't want to sew at the meeting, then bring your squares, mix them in with the groups, draw from the pile, put into a bag to take home, but remember, this is a "NO-PEEK" project so don't look when you sew them together -- just pull them from the bag and go!
|April 27th, 2002|
Our special guest will be Elsie Campbell of Dodge City, Kansas. Elsie grew up with a needle in her hand making her first quilt when she was 7 years old. Since then, she has made many award-winning quilts in addition to many for family and friends. She is a free-lance writer and editor for "Quilting Today, Traditional Quiltworks, and Miniature Quilts" magazines and for Rodale Press' line of quilting technique books.
Some of Elsie's beautiful quilts that were on display:
Elsie will supply written instructions, motifs, and worksheets for each enrollee.
To help Elsie prepare for this workshop you must sign up and pay the workshop fee at least 10 days in advance. Contact Carol Nash to sign up.
|July 27th, 2002|
Come join in a day filled with M-Y-S-T-E-R-Y!
Ginny Garland and Donna Myers of Sunray, Texas will guide a yet to be reveled presentation of the newly formed, yet extremely active group of ladies from Sunray. This talented group of ladies will show us some of the projects they have been producing since they recently formed as a club. Quilting may be relatively new to some of the ladies in this group but with what we've seen from Ginny and Donna in the past we're all sure to be nothing but amazed. The grapevine has it that quilting is not the only thing in they're repertoire so come prepared to go home with a bag full of new ideas.
Our very own Mary Olsen will give a demonstration on how to spin wool. She will set up her spinning wheel, and show us the basics of how it goes from a sheeps back to a sweater!
Our second part of the afternoon will be brought to us by Claudia Biggers of Amarillo. Claudia will continue on from Mary's spinning demonstration, and show us numerous ways to work with wool. A kit will be available for $7.95, and it makes up a really cute little ladybird needle case.
|October 26th, 2002|
Note new location:
The meeting will start at 10:00am
The Morning Program will be filled with voting, prizes, and maybe some surprises too!
Challenge Quilt time Particulars, rules, regulations, and categories as be announced at the January 26th meeting.
Bring your "NO-PEEK NINE PATCH" quilt started at the January meeting. The membership will vote as one quilt gets a special prize!
Afternoon Program - Three totally different demonstrations:
Twilling specialist, Mary Jane Fast, will demonstrate an age old technique called twilling. Mary Jane tells us that twilling is thought to have originated in Russia. Even though twilling is sometimes compared to candlewicking and uses similar thread the stitch produces a much different effect. Mary Jane's twilling has produced many award winning quilts and pillows. If you're looking for a new, quick, and fun to learn technique that is also easy to carry in your purse or work on in the car as you travel you won't want to miss out on Mary Jane's twilling! More information will be published in the newsletter.
Jeanette Funderburg, our current 2nd Vice-President, will demonstrate her new Handi Quilter that she says is wonderful for quilting those small fun projects.
And Sandra Sims of Amarillo will demonstrate Origami Quilting.
TIMELESS TREASURES QUILT GUILD
1st Vice-President 2004 Programs -
2nd Vice-President 2005 Programs -
Secretary - Nelle Evans