Saturday, December 11, 2010
Monday, November 22, 2010
Please only answer if you are a SS member.
And only answer once.
Thank you, and lets find a great way to celebrate Birthdays in 2011
Friday, November 19, 2010
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
The meeting was called to order at 6:35pm by President Linda Baumann who welcomed members in attendance.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Saturday, September 25, 2010
So my suggestion now is to go ahead and put a hanging sleeve on your quilts. It s easy to do. And you don't have to do what I did and put 7 hanging sleeves on in one night because at the last minute I realized I had no hanging sleeves! Aughhhhh!
Click on this link to take you to Penny's advice on how to put on a hanging sleeve. I tried to copy her article here but the pictures did not transfer so this is easier to do.
how to make a hanging sleeve
Obedience 101 Dog Training
Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs
CH Timberline Double Dutch, CGC, NWPD
Rippling Waters Bonnie Doon, CGC, HIT, NWPD (dec 09)
Pepsi-Cola, CGC (dec 99)
Chloe the Smelly Basset
Baton Rouge, LA
Monday, September 20, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Friday, August 27, 2010
The show was very well received, with complimentary comments being heard from patrons of the library. SSQG has already been invited to schedule another show.
Thanks to all the guild for making SSQG first show a very successful one!
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Sassi StrippersQuilting Guild August 19, 2919 Meeting Minutes
Meeting was called at to order at 6:3OPM
by Vice President Becky Fincher for President Linda Baumann who has a college class that lets out at 6:15pm
Secretary & Treasurer reports were approved as delivered. The treasury stands at $940.36 after expenses incurred from the guild quilt show. More expenses will be submitted.
Paula St. Romain Distributed copies of our guild roster to all in attendance. Thank you Paula for an awesome job. We thank and appreciate you. Now we ladies will be able to get in touch with each other easily! Kudos!
A total of 8 guests were in attendance. Carol Mendoza, Joanie Devilbiss, Beverly Amedee, Kathy Campo, Mary Bavier, Joyce Jensen,and Glenda Bionche. Al said they learned about our guild & meeting thru seeing our quilt show, newspaper write up & picture, announcement in the fun section and the wonderful Interview Becky & Valarie Barth conducted with Diane Deaton on the channel 9 morning show 8-19-2010 to publicize our guild quilt show & welcome visitors to our meetings. Beautifully accomplished!
Our program was postponed as our local designer Paula Toups injured her back at the last moment. Hopefully, She's feeling more comfortable now. She plans to present her program to us next month. We look forward to having her with us then.
Becky Fincher, Quilt Show chairwoman, announced quilts will come down Aug. 27th.
SSQG voted to award Kevin who helped hang quilts for the show from the ceilings on a 10ft. ladder with a token of our appreciation for his hard work, patience and perseverance. He was very easy to work with & did an outstanding job, enabling the show to be set in it's best possible settings.
Ginny Hughes & SSQG will get together for a sew day on an up coming Saturday. Ginny will e-mail the date when it is decided.
Valerie Valle sent the SSQG Blog address it is http://sassistrippersquiltguild.blogspot.com. Explaining how the blog works, Valarie said to contact Linda Baumann, Glenda Parks or herself to ask questions, post happenings, pictures, info, news & Etc. Valerie loaded our quilt show pictures, our channel 9 morning show program in it's entirety, charity project info. & other items we are interested in. Check it out....... Thank you, Valerie. She showed the meeting members the morning show segment w/ Diane Deaton, Becky & Valarie Barth on her laptop.
Fat Quarters brought to the meeting by members winner was Linda Baumann. Let's try to remember to bring 1 or 2 fat Quarters to our next meeting September 16th. The limit per member is 2 fat quarters as for each fat quarter you bring your name goes into the hat & the drawn name wins all of them. So please bring HALLOWEEN fat qtrs. to the meeting on 9 - 16!!!
Mystery Quilts were shown by Jessie Comeaux and Valarie Barth! Valerie brought full copies of her mystery quilt for those who had not received the entire listing of clues. It's a two color quilt, possibly a good one to learn to quilt. It is also the Louisiana block! Thank you Valerie for providing the guild with a great mystery to solve & something pretty to remember our guild pleasantly by. You are the best, Valarie! We hope to see more mystery quilts soon as they are finished!
Unfinished projects (UFO'S) -- Please list yours & send the list to Jessie at firstname.lastname@example.org As you finish a project notify her as she is keeping guild participant records & at the end of the year there will be a prize. Ask her all about it.
New & used greeting cards-- please bring in to Valerie Barth who in turn sends them in to St. Jude's Ranch where the children w/cancer put the fronts to good use. Ask Valerie about this, it's very worthwhile!
Karol asked who in the guild would like to be part of a retreat at Pam's Place in the not to distant future.The retreat three bedroom brick home is located on Aubin Lane Just off Sherwood Forest Blvd & I 12. You turn in between McDonald's & Burger King (S. First. Blvd), then turn between Billy Heroman Florist & Reeves Shopping Center, it's the 4th house on the left. All you need to bring are the clothes you wish to have for the 3 comfortable days & 2 nights, what you wish to work on while you are there, your sewing machine & basic sewing supplies, Twin sheet set or double sheet if you'd rather have a double bed (2 Available), towel, wash cloth, toiletries, soap, shampoo, what you would like to drink while you're there, a meal, possibly a one dish cooked already so you only have to to heat & serve & a treat yummy surprise to share w/the group. Meals will be chosen close to arrival date. the meals will be Fri. lunch & dinner;,Sat. Breakfast, lunch & dinner; Sun, breakfast & sometimes lunch is clean out the ice box of left overs. The cost is $70 whether you sleep there or not. Everything is there that you might need and the lighting is superior. You don't have to quilt to enjoy the freedom of life as we know it to be at home.Knitters, cross stitchers, doll makers, rug hookers & most crafters are welcome.
It is a non-smoking retreat center tho those who wish to smoke have a comfortable area provided out side in two covered areas. Come, relax & ENJOY with friends & make some new ones.
Prize basket winner was Madelon Mitchum.
Show & Tell was held
Nina Delaune announced that she will be teaching her beginning quilting class at Webb Park with the starting date Thursday, Sept. 2nd from 9am til 12 noon; running 6 weeks.The cost is $50.00 payable in advance to BREC, please call Janet at their office 926-4659 & she will answer any questions you may have. There will be a $20.00 fee for an already cut kit to make a log cabin quilt. You may also contact Nina at 261-7079.
Meeting adjourned at 8:30 pm
Friday, August 20, 2010
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Saturday, August 7, 2010
Thursday, August 5, 2010
The look of the quilts hanging from the ceiling was incredible. The pictures don't give the impact you feel when you walk in and look at it in person. But if you are in the UK or Wisconsin it is the next best thing!
I really laughed then!
Monday, August 2, 2010
Friday, July 30, 2010
Treasurer Paula St.Romain reported a balance of $1035.17 in the club treasury. Expense was $8.49 for a roll of tickets for the MYF & the deposit of $24.00 dues for our 4 new members who joined in June. Secretary mistakenly reported that Jan Delgehausen joined the guild in June. Treasurer reported the error stating Jan joined in March.
Membership is now 24 paid members.
Thanks were given to Valerie Valley for her work setting up the blog for the guild. She sent out the blog set-up news via e-mail to each member.
Paula will hand out copies of the guild roster at our next meeting.
Madelon Mitchum was our guest & told everyone their contributions to breast cancer patients were very much appreciated & gave needed comfort. She received 3 chemo caps & said the patients will enjoy wearing them in the fall.
Chairman Becky Fincher & Committee chose the name “Kaleidoscope of Quilts” for our 2010 SSQG show to be held at the Jones Creek Library. Opening day will be August 7th with demos starting at 10 am. A Reception will be held will be held at 2pm when a staff member will be present to accept all the premie quilts/ blankets our guild has made to donate to Woman’s Hospital
Co-Chairwoman Linda Baumann – glass cabinets, Norma McDaniel – Inventory, Valerie Barth - Publicity
MORE QUILTS ARE NEEDED NOW FOR DISPLAY IN OUR SHOW ! ! ! Please CONTACT Norma, 667-4692, or Becky 753-6408 with your entry quilt(s) measurements so that proper plastic piping for hanging will be cut in advance of hanging day if you are unable to deliver your entry quilt(s). OUR SHOW NEEDS YOUR QUILTS ! ! !
PLEASE PRINT OUT THE “Kaleidoscope of Quilts”FLYER VALERIE DESIGNED AND HANG IT IN CHURCH, OFFICE, or ANYPLACE PEOPLE WILL SEE IT IN ORDER TO HAVE THE BEST ATTENDANCE POSSIBLE BY ALL WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED! Thanks!!!! She sent it to you attached in a July 15th e-mail. Invite your friends & family members to see & enjoy!
DEMO RUNNERS are also needed to allow members giving the demonstrators minutes away for necessary breathers, also HELPFUL RUNNERS are needed for fetching item(s) that might be needed, messages, etc. call Becky 753-6408.
All demos will be held in the center of the library as to be best seen by people entering the library doors.
Judy Holley presented her Program with a Trunk Show of both large & small quilts. She began quilting in 1970 after the birth of her 1st child and told us of her first quilt a Dresden Plate she designed & made as she launched her love of quilting. She inspired us with her love & description of color, “We are surrounded with color everyday”. She taught us how to approach color & prints of fabric with ease to obtain the best results in light vs. dark in our quilting design to gain the best qualities to catch the eye in the total finished quilt. She is currently teaching at the Quilt Shop “Cottage Creations & Quilts” in St. Gabriel, La. You may go to Judy’s web site www.judyholleyquilts.com to see the classes she is teaching & the dates for each. You may e-mail email@example.com owned by Daisy Comeaux located 2.5 miles off La. 30, phone 225-642-8166, you will enjoy the
quilt shop & it’s brand new classroom as well as the fine collection of fabric, notions, etc. Judy will also teach guild classes and may be reached at 275-5965
Guild received a thank you note from the nurse at Woman’s Hospital for our guild’s dedication to making premie quilts for the neonatal unit.
Ginny Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org needs cut out (2 piece) premie quilt count to be sewn by her American Sewing Guild August 21st so that she can make her agenda notifying her members how many premie quilts they’ll sew together for us that day. Thank you very much Ginny for your kindness to the guild and the neonatal unit. We appreciate you & the ASG very much!
Winner of the Christmas fat Quarter drawing was Jan Delgehausen.
ASG Sew Day August 21st at J. C. Library, our members may also attend, sew & join if you wish.
Michael Young Fest August 21st at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church at 12663 Perkins Road near Siegen Lane from 11-3 Events include: silent & live auctions, jambalaya, baked goods, hand-made items, an exhibit of Michael’s art pieces & family quilts. A raffle quilt (1)- purple & gold tiger quilt----&1 per chance.
Michael’s 2010GSQA entry quilt& many surprise quilts will be in the live auction. Come on out to see & enjoy.
Bonnie Parnell donated a huge box filled with items she had embroidered to the MYFest. Thank you, thank you Bonnie for all you have given to help Michael! There are caps (LSU & SU), tote bags, bath towels for children to mention a few of the many items!
Round Robin participants Becky, Glenda & Jessie opened their box one at a time & showed their completed quilt, they were all BEAUTIFUL! Super Job, ladies!
All Quilters are invited to come to a sit & sew at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church every 2nd Tuesday from 9am til 2pm. Please bring your lunch & something to work on. No charge involved at all.
Show & Tell was held.
Guest Charlotte Hymel rejoined our guild bring our paid membership to 25 .
Members present (23) Karol Guidry, Paula StRomain, Valerie Valle, Glen Parks, Norma McDaniel, Ginny Hughes, Jessie Comeaux, Betty Braud, Bonnie Parnell, Nina Delaune, Mynan Guidry, Valarie Barth, Angie Boudreaux, Jan Delgehauser, Heidi Brochard, Andrea Keith, Destry Graves, Laura Boyette, Caroline Derbes, Elsie Hamway, Dee Jeffers, Linda Baumann and Becky Fincher. Guests present (4) Charlotte Hymel ( joined ),Dixie Kirkland, Madelon Mitchum, who contacted us to help provide comfort items for breast cancer patients & Judy Holley our program presentor. Total attendance was 27.
Adjourned 8:23 pm.
Friday, July 16, 2010
Please join us during the month of August at the Jones Creek Regional Branch Library located at 6222 Jones Creek Road, Baton Rouge LA 70816 for a quilt display sponsored by the Sassi Strippers Quilt Guild.
Opening day commences on August 7, 2010 at 10am with quilting technique demonstrations. The demos are free, are open to the public, and will take place throughout the day. Please plan to bring your family and friends to lean about an art that has its roots in history, and to see the quilts on display.
Quilting technique demonstrations include:
- Hand quilting
- Hand applique
- Flying geese
- Paper piecing
- Children's demo for ages 3-8 (must be accompanied by an adult)
The Guild will also host a reception to commemorate the beginning of the quilt display at the library. The reception will take place at 2pm on Saturday, 7 August 2010. The Sassi Strippers Quilt Guild is currently completing a service project to benefit local infants born prematurely and those having significant health concerns. As part of the opening day festivities, quilts/blankets made by the members of the guild will be donated to a staff member from a local area hospital.
Admission is free and all are welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!
For more information about the quilt display opening day activities, please contact the Jones Creek Library at 225-756-1140.
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Monday, July 12, 2010
Sunday, July 11, 2010
President Linda Baumann ca
1. May 29th, 2010 Meeting Minutes were approved as recorded. Motion to accept was made by Dee Jeffers and seconded by G
2. Treasurer Pau
3. Donations for prize basket continue to be co
4. The Michae
5. A motion was made by Glenda Parks & 2nd by Dee Jeffers then approved by the guild to donate three rolls of raffle tickets to the M.Y. Fest committee for their raffle use & Paula StRomain was to purchase them with club funds.
6. Committee Reports:
a. Chemo caps/anti-ouch pouches/arm pillows- Karol Guidry
b. Web Site/B
c. UfO Cha
e. Mystery Qui
f. Charity Project- Preemie Qui
g. Hobbs Charity batting- Karo
h. Charity project- pi
j. Birthday Fat Quarters-Dee Jeffers
k. Greeting cards (new or used) – Valerie Barth
7. Program Presentation by Sarah LeB
8. Show & Tell was held.
9. Five guests were present; Laura Brandt Boyette, Destry Graves, Jan De
10. Guests joining the guild at the meeting were Laura Boyette, Destry Graves, Jan Delgehausn, Ellen Ruskin and Nina Delaune.
11. June Birthday Fat Quarters were given to Dee Jeffers, our only June participant Birthday girl!
12. Door prize winners were Valerie Barth and Andrea Keith.
13. Fat quarter drawing winner was Ginny Hughes.
14. Our next meeting will be July 15th at 6:30 p.m.
15. Meeting adjourned at 8:37p.m.