February Guild Meeting

Mary Sears shows off her Indiana Trail Mix Shop Hop quilt.

Cheri W. used the Accu-Quilt to make this stunning bowtie quilt.

Carlene C. shows off her mom’s (Audrey N.) Quilt of Valor.

Carlene C. shows off her mom’s (Audrey N.) Quilt of Valor.

Mary Ann Y. has a baby I Spy quilt with Minky on the back.

Donna L. presents her “ONE-AND-DONE” Indiana shop hop quilt.

Patty K. with the “Farmer’s Wife” sampler.

Patty K. has a cozy read more

Skill Builders Class Name Tag

Join us for a Name Tag class on February 23, 2024, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at Delaware Township.

We will be using the free pattern Call Me from By Annie. You need to download the pattern for class. To prep for class, follow this link and watch the instructional video. You will need to prepare the base of your pouch before coming to class. If you have any questions, please contact Cheryl N-T, Elaine P, and Rachel B. Their contact information is available under Current Members.

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February President’s Letter

Mudsocks is off to a great 2024!  Our first meeting of the year gave us a chance to learn about the various committees and to see what fun the Program team has in store for us.  We had great participation in Committee sign-ups – and don’t worry, we will have lots of opportunities to help as the year progresses.

While the January Community Sew Day had to be canceled due to road conditions, the store room “strippers” have been busy re-arranging the shelves and creating quilt kits for read more

January Meeting

What better way to get to know people that share the same interests as you? Join a committee.  Members…click the “about” then click 2024 leadership. There you can check out all of the committees.  If one looks good to you, contact the committee chair person and let them know you want to join them.


Mary B. with gray and yellow charity quilt.

Laura A. with a crazy Christmas Tree Skirt

Laurie F. A charity quilt with a few “creepy” faces.

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January President’s Letter

Wow!  2023 went by really quickly.  I enjoyed our good times together and look forward to more in this new year.

The January meeting is a time to re-connect after the bustle of the holidays.  The program committee has a fun activity planned and they will show us all the great plans they have for 2024.  We will ask each program chair to talk a little about their purpose and activities planned and give read more

Bev Henricks Obituary

BevBeverly Carol Hendricks

February 26, 1951 — December 23, 2023

Carmel, Indiana

Beverly “Bev” Carol (Carlson) Hendricks, 72, of Carmel, Indiana, passed away on December 23, 2023, in Indianapolis, IN. She was born on February 26, 1951, in Chicago, IL, to the late Marshall Curtis Carlson and Mary Merton (Read) Carlson. While completing her bachelor’s degree at Southern Illinois University, she met and married her husband Thomas Roy Hendricks, having and raising two daughters (Carol and Julie). Bev dedicated much of her life to elementary education working in a variety read more

Delaware Township

Wow! Thank you to everyone in Mudsocks Quilters Guild for such a generous donation! We wish you and yours a happy festive season. 

Thanks again,
Kaylee Edwards
Public Outreach Coordinator
Delaware Township Trustee’s Office

We want to thank our members for their generosity in monetary and food pantry donations. It was awesome to see all those food staples/personal items given out of love!

In Memory of Rosemary Antonides

Rosemary AntonidesRosemary Illeane Antonides

October 16, 1935 — December 5, 2023

Fishers

Rosemary (Rosie) Antonides of Fishers, IN passed away on Tuesday December 5, 2023. Rosemary was born to the late Willis Burk and Isabel Dunham Burk in Noblesville on October 18, 1935. She is survived by her daughter Kathy Antonides and brother Charles (Rusty) Burk.

Rosemary married her late husband Marvin (Pete) Antonides on March 6, 1954. She retired from Washington Twp Schools where she was a bookkeeper. During her working career, she also worked for Mt. Vernon Community Schools and Carmel Community read more

MUDSOCKS HAS BEEN HACKED

I JUST GOT SCAMMED $700 BY SOMEONE STATING THEY WERE ANNE HART, you may be contacted by someone saying they are another Mudsock member, AND SHE NEEDED GIFT CARDS AND WAS UNABLE TO GET THEM. SOMEONE HAS GOTTEN OUR LIST OF PEOPLE AND PHONE NUMBERS AND WHAT POSITIONS WE HOLD. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE AWARE OF WHO IS ASKING AND CONFIRM WITH THAT INDIVIDUAL BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING.

In order to not have this happen again we ask that you update your password with our website. If you are not sure how read more

Another Show is in the books!

What a wonderful show it was! And what a gorgeous day we had to bring the people out. Attendance was high, to the point the main parking lot was full. What a great problem to have.

Visitors got to see over 300 quilts on display, spanning a year of work by guild members to provide these quilts of comfort to hospital patients on Christmas Day. Our visitors got to see gorgeous quilts, have a chance at wining a door prize, vote for their 3 favorite quilts, and shop read more

Annual Dues

We will begin collecting dues for the 2024 year. Please bring your dues in a self addressed envelope with your member number, if you know it, to the meeting. If you do not know your member number it’s OK, it’s your name we need! 

Community North Opportunities!

I am sure you all know about our awesome Community North Charity Committee and all the great things that they do. You don’t? Well let me tell you girl! You’ve heard about the storeroom that Community Health provides for our stash at 146th and Cumberland, remember I introduced you to them here.

The reason for the storeroom is the Charity we run through affiliation with Community North Hospital and The Heart and Vascular Hospital, a partnership that has read more

Brown Bag Mystery Parade

The wonderful Storeroom Strippers put together a Brown Bag Mystery QAL for Community Charity Quilts. They dug into the scraps and strips and came up with over 50 Brown Bag Mystery Quilts to be distributed amongst guild members for construction and completion. At the September meeting we had a Parade of the Brown Bags! 40 quilts were paraded across the stage and down the aisles to show the members, new and old, what the guild can do when a great group of gals puts their minds to our brawn!

 

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Heart Pillows

We are restarting our collecting of Heart Pillows for cancer patients at the Schwarz Cancer Center in Carmel, IN. You can find the info on construction of these pillows at this site. Julie P 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!

A comment was shared by a recipient of a pillow. With constant use the V seam of the pillow tends to get a lot of read more