October 12, 2011 | Posted in:Meetings, Row-by-row Challenge

Joanne West reports on today’s meeting…
We had another very enjoyable meeting this morning. The design walls were full again. By my count, it looks like we’ll have about 30 quilts to show off. I think that’s fantastic!

I’m glad we finally have the INGREDIENTS for the final row. To make things easier, I came up with a bit of a twist this time. We chose two ingredients from each list – but YOU ONLY HAVE TO USE ONE OF EACH….. YOU CHOOSE!!!!!

From the first list the INGREDIENTS are : BASKETS or BIRDS/ANIMALS (You choose which one you’d prefer).

From the second list the INGREDIENTS are : PINK or BLACK (Again, you choose which one of these two you prefer).

The ladies who chose these were Helen Percy, Mary Robertson, Pat Kenna and Pam McNamara.

I hope this makes it easier for everyone to finish. At the end of this post I’ll include a complete list in case anyone is not sure.


Next month our meeting will be on Wednesday 9 November. As well as our usual show-and-tell we’ll have a Share-a-Technique session and a discussion of the guidelines for next year’s challenge. We’ll also be discussing arrangements for our Christmas party on Wednesday 14 December. If you’d like some input, be sure to come along. Also, feel free to bring along any friends who may be interested in joining us next year. And don’t forget that the design walls are a great resource for anyone wanting to arrange their rows (with free “expert” advice thrown in).

 Have fun finishing your rows and bring them along next month.

LIST OF INGREDIENTS

1. DIAMONDS/HEXAGONS and PURPLE

2 .CIRCLES/CURVES and YELLOW


3. STARS and STRIPES


4. BUTTERFLIES/BUGS/BEES and ORANGE


5. FLOWERS/TREES/LEAVES and GREEN


6. HEARTS and APPLIQUE


7. WORDS and BLUE


8. BASKETS or BIRDS/ANIMALS and PINK or BLACK

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