Friday, September 11, 2015

Charity quilting weekend 26 & 27 September

Rose City Quilters would like to invite you and your friends to our charity sewing weekend.
We would love your help from 9am-4.30pm on Saturday the 26th September and/or Sunday the 27th September at St Patrick's Cathedral Hall, 197 Broadway Ave (the best way to enter is off Amesbury St) or beside Broadway Radiology tucked in behind the church. Plenty of parking.
What’s required :
* Yourself and your friends (They do not have to be members of the club to come and help)
* Your Sewing Machine (optional)
* Your sewing tools
* Cutting boards and rulers (please Name these)
* Your lunch
The club provides :
*Morning and afternoon tea  + coffee
*Design Walls
*Irons and Ironing boards
*Threads
*Batting
*Lee and Amiee have spent many hours getting the quilt blocks, fabric, borders, etc together so you can just pick up a package and sit down to sew the quilts up. We hope we get a good turn out so we can clear the blocks up and make storing them a little easier and tidier.    

Hope you can make it.
 

Thursday, September 10, 2015

September Club Meeting

Our next Rose City Quilters' Club meeting is Monday 28th September
The Lychway
5 Roy Street, Palmerston North
Doors open at 7pm - Meeting starts at 7.30pm
Visitors welcome - $3 at the door
Our Guest speaker this month is John Ford - an expert on roses.
 

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

September Saturday Stitchin'

Saturday Stitchin' for this month is Saturday 19th September
Every 3rd Saturday of the month at the Awapuni Community Hall in Newbury St from 9.30am – 4.00pm several Rose City Quilters members have been meeting for a day of sewing, chatting, eating and drinking. This is a great day to bring UFO’s and to pick up tips on binding, borders, colours and so on. The hall has heaps of light and plenty of tables to spread out on. There’s also a table tennis table, which is ideal for basting large quilts. You need to bring a cup/mug, your lunch and $2.00. If you want to join any Saturday Stitchin’ please contact Robin Huxtable, phone 358 5117 or just turn up.