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September 18 - Community Service and Home Workshop 9:30 - 3:30 at Seventh Day Adventist Church, Osborn Hill Rd.

October 7/8 - General Meeting: 6:30 at Grass Valley Charter School. Speaker is Rami Kim, Workshop: No Sew Tumbling Blocks.

October 9 - Guild Board Meeting: 6:30 at Eskaton

October 16 - Community Service and Home Workshop 9:30 - 3:30 at Seventh Day Adventist Church, Osborn Hill Rd.

October 21 - Quilt Show Board Meeting: 6:30 at Eskaton

President's message President's Message • September 2014

President, Anne WilsonHello fall! The seasons seem to be changing faster and faster!

Our October 7 meeting will feature the popular and fun Rami Kim as our speaker. Please see below for more information about Rami and her workshop.

We will also be voting for our 2015 Executive Board. The nominating commi℀ee has recommended (additional nominations accepted from the floor):
President: Kate Grant
Vice President: Diane Klose
Secretary: Donna Switzer
Treasurer: Karen Mitchell

Future Programs:
October 7/8
– speaker Rami Kim and workshop – No Sew Tumbling Blocks,
November 4/5 – speaker Sandy Klop and workshop – American Jane pattern,
December 2 – Holiday Party! Information to follow
January 6/7 – Jan Soules and workshop – Spiderweb quilt
February 3 – Pat Fryer, PTQG member and owner/creator of

Kathleen Stanley is taking signups for the workshops, the cost is only $25 per member, $35 nonmembers if space available; contact Kathleen at 346-1415 or

See you at the meeting!

...From Anne Wilson, PTQG President
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Rami-KimOctober Workshop- Oct. 8th: No Sew Tumbling Blocks • Rami Kim

On October 7th, our speaker is Rami Kim. On her website she tells us that she learned her sewing techniques by making Barbie doll clothes for her daughters. After taking a free log cabin quilting class she began creating her own wearable art and quilts. Now that she is an "empty nester' she is able to spend as much time sewing as she wants..something that will change when grandchildren come along!

At one time she had 11 sewing machines. That number came in handy when doing her free motion embroidery. She would put a different color in each machine and move around to the color of thread she needed! She now only has seven, having sold four to make room for newer machines.

Rami Kim's workshop-Tumbling BlocksHer workshop on Wednesday, October 8th is No-Sew Tumbling Blocks. Contact Kathleen Stanley to see if space is available. (

From Rami's website: "You don't need to cut diamond pieces nor make set-in stitches to create perfect points for tumbling blocks. Depending on width of fabric strips you can make tumbling blocks in any sizes by weaving in three different directions."

30th Annual "SPRINGTIME IN THE PINES" Quilt Show
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