We are returning to Shipshewana this fall for another retreat!! The Retreat committee is hard at work planning and scheming to make this year’s retreat another success! Please contact Sue F to offer your help on the necessary committees! They need all hands on deck to pull this off, from snacks, to crafts, to skits, and more. We hope you will be a part of this fun and productive time, you don’t want to miss it!
The August meeting reveled the 2022 Challenge quilts the members were working on. The Challenge was to bring our First quilt we ever made and then show our interpretation of it in 2022. It didn’t have to be the same pattern, it could be anything that the maker wanted it to be. Some brought their First quilts to share, others didn’t have them to bring, and the rest brought both.
Vickie S-2022 Challenge and First
“Let your imagination take you places you never dreamed you could go. Believe in yourself. Believe in what you can do.” Bob Ross
Welcome August! And it’s back to school time?
WOW! It still feels like summer to me but I’m “old school”! I’ll try to adjust and enjoy the grandkids back in school. This should free up some more time so I can get back into the sewing groove, maybe. We had a wonderful “Meet & Greet” last month at Julie Putman’s home. It was very nice to sit
In August, our entire meeting will be dedicated to the reveal of member’s challenge quilts. The theme is – ‘My First Quilt’. And as a reminder, members are encouraged to make a quilt that somehow relates to their first quilt (technique, design, color, use, etc – no real boundaries), and then bring BOTH your first quilt (if you have it), and your newly crafted challenge quilt for a fun show and tell. Even if you aren’t able to make a challenge quilt, we will ask that members
Vickie S and Jayne G’s skit was adorable and Quilting Quandary had a few questions about all things quilting. The Bingo card included items such as: wearing mismatched socks, can do a cartwheel, went camping last summer, and other fun descriptors.
Although we missed a great
Another wonderful meeting with lots of great members in attendance. We had 6 visitors and 1 new member. We are growing each month.
As usual, we dispensed with the business portion first and got to hear from all the committees. We have such wonderful chairs who keep these committees going. Thank you to all those who donate time and effort to help the guild run smoothly.
We had a wonderful selection of quilts on display during Show and Tell, starting with the Jelly
Our Storeroom Mavens Sally S and Linda G are kitting up a wonderful free pattern from the Community North Charity fabric. It’s a very “charm” friendly pattern. Check out Charming Christmas on Fat Quarter Shop’s website. It’s free to download.
The fun part, this can be made with 5″ or 2.5″ charms! The Storeroom is kitting up the large version. Look for the kits at the Storeroom at Community North Health Pavilion soon.
What a great day we had for our Inaugural Jelly Roll Race in honor of the Indianapolis 500 later this month. Race Officials Sally S and Linda G, and Grand Marshall Chris B were on hand to run the festivities of the day.
Before the racers started their engines, local station WMQG introduced the drivers, the National Anthem was sung, and then Jim Nabors sang “Back Home Again”. Then the call for “Start Your Engine” was given and the green flag flew!
What a wonderful show of generosity shared at today’s meeting. From donated baby items, to hearts for cancer patients, and items for Steals and Deals, our quilters are a giving bunch!
On display was the Heart top that some members have been working on for Ukraine relief. The inner portion is done and just waiting for the border. This is a Bonnie Hunter pattern.
The BOM Committee hit another one out of the park this month! The Chandelier
The Appleseed Quilt Guild is hosting the First Annual Fort Wayne Quilt Fest at the Grand Wayne Convention Center, 120 W. Jefferson Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Friday, June 10th 2022 – 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, June 11th 2022 – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
1 Day – $8, 2 Day – $12
Schoolhouse Admission: $15
Hundreds of Quilts
Boutique Gift Shop
The general meeting for April brought April Showers, but that’s OK, we were dry inside. April also brought us the delightful Catherine Redford who shared her journey to becoming a noted quilt maker.
Catherine shared her first experience with quilting when her daughter was earning her Girl Scout badge. She brought home pieces of fabric to sew together for a quilt block and they proceeded to seam it together with 5/8″ seam allowances. She said they never
We have received a request for Heart Pillows for cancer patients from a volunteer with the Schwarz Cancer Center in Carmel, IN. You can find the info on construction of these pillows at this site. Julie Putman is the point person for collection of the pillows at our monthly meetings. We hope that you will consider making just 1, or 2, 3…as many as you would like!
Below is a schedule of dates and time that our storage room will be open during the 2022 year.
We are keeping it the same day as before which is the Second Tuesday of the Month and the day following our quilt guild monthly meeting. By shopping on this Tuesday you will be ready to sew on your charity quilts at our Charity Bee Sewing Day which is always the following Monday.
The Store Room is located at 9669 East 146th Street, Noblesville, IN
Below is the complete schedule of dates and for
Are you an amazon online shopper? If you haven’t already selected a charity to support with your purchases, please consider making Mudsock Quilters Guild your charity of choice. Follow the link below to choose MQG.
After you’re redirected to amazon, you’ll get a pop-up box that asks you if you want to choose Mudsock. Click on the yellow “yes” button. Thanks!
Every month Cornerstone Lutheran Church graciously hosts our Guild meetings at no charge. Please show your gratitude by bringing food pantry contributions, or make a small suggested $ 1.00 donation from your piggy bank.
Thanks so much!