We have posted the award winners from our quilt show. Take a look here.
NEXT MEETING CANCELLED
WORKSHOPS IN 2020
Pat Pauly will present "Line, Shape, Setting" on June 13-14, 2020. Her lecture, "Challenge Yourself", will be presented at
the regular Guild meeting on June 9, 2020.
Cindy Grisdela will present "Artful Improv - Permission to Play" on Sept. 26-27, 2020 and will present her lecture/trunk show, "Anatomy of an Improv Quilt", on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020.
More information can be found HERE.
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PATTERNS FOR FACE MASKS
Face masks are simple to make from small pieces of fabric. The patterns here will not provide complete protection from virus transmission, but they will remind you not to touch your face and provide some protection. Masks are now required in New York State for anyone in the presence of someone 70 or older.
Make them for yourself, your family, your friends. The first one on the list is the one requested by Cayuga Medical Center They can be dropped off at Bartels Hall on the Cornell campus or at Aafke's house.
Cayuga Medical's recommended pattern
"Surgical-syle" pleated rectangle mask pattern
This one is greatly improved with a dart or a piece of wire inserted over the nose to make it fit more snugly, although Cayuga Medical did not ask for that.
For this one, this video helps a lot
A pleated mask pattern with a pocket for a removable filter
A fitted face mask, very easy pattern Thank you Quilters Corner for sending this one around.
A fitted mask with removable filter and its associated video
Another video for a mask with removable filter pocket
Measurements are metric, but you might find centimeters on one of your rulers.
Lori Benjamin, who is a hospice nurse in Florida now, recommends this one for health care personnel when nothing better is available or to cover their precious N95 masks.
Easy pattern for a surgical mask cover.
Tuesday, April 14 - Cathleen Wiggs - QUILT LADY STORIES
Tuesday, April 28 - Business Meeting
PATTERN FOR SEAT BELT PILLOW
Here is the pattern for the seat belt pillow. The Cancer Resource Center would love to have us make these for cancer patients, so they can cushion their ports when they wear a seat belt. The pillow is small and easy, and a great way of using fun scraps.