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This page was last updated on: September 7, 2019
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Summary of Our Web Pages

About Us:  Our history, purpose, and officers

Calendar:  Scheduled guild meetings, California quilt shows

Contact Us:  Map to meeting location, feedback form

Activities:  Information and photos from meetings, retreats,  shows, etc.

Quilt Show:  Current quilt show information and photos of quilts from past quilt shows

News:  Newsletter and items of interest to members and others

Forms & Links:  Guild related forms & patterns, links to local teachers, quilt shops, other guilds and quilting sites
GENERAL MEETINGS
2nd Thursday each month
6:30 p.m. - Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Lancaster United Methodist Church
918 W. Avenue J
Lancaster, California

AVQA Guild Meetings
BOARD MEETINGS
1st Tuesday following guild meeting
5:30 p.m.
Bolts in the Bathtub
723 West Lancaster Blvd.
Lancaster, California
Visitors Welcome!
FREE!!  AVQA Name Tag Patterns
Appliqued Poppy
Paper Pieced Poppy

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AVQA meets at Lancaster United Methodist Church, 918 West Ave J, Lancaster, on the 2nd Thursday of each month, starting at 6:30 p.m. Please come join us.
Please remember to wear your name badge and AVQA pins.  Any borrowed books should be returned to the librarian.
NEXT BOARD MEETING:  
Tuesday, 
5:30 p.m. at Bolts in the Bathtub
Visitors Welcome!

Sept 12      Elizabeth Eastmond - An Undercover Traditional Modern Quilter
Sep 14       Workshop: 2 for 1 Mini Crossroads block, Free Motion Quilting
Oct 10        New Member Tea and Hat Parade
Oct 19        Workshop: Tiffany Hayes - "Delta Quilt" NOTE THE CHANGE OF DATE
Nov 14       Quilter's College
Nov 16       Open Sew Workshop, finish Holiday projects
Dec 12       Holiday Party
Jan 9          Rami Kim - Folded Fabric Elegance
Jan 11        Workshop: The 5th Dimension
Feb 13       Tina Curren - My Design Process
Feb 15        Workshop: Wimsical Garden
Mar 12        Lujean Seagal - Quilting Makes the Quilt
Mar 14        Free Motion Quilting
Apr 9          TBD
Apr 11        TBD
May 14       Prepare for the Quilt Show
May 16       TBD
Jun 11        Janis Rivera - College Quilting Without Falling to Pieces
Jun 20        TBD NOTE THE CHANGE OF DATE
Next Meeting:  September 12 2019
2019-2020 Membership Application
Ms Eastmond has been quilting for several decades, she has mastered a raft of skills: appliqué, embroidery, wool work, piecing, designing, free-motion quilting, mid-size machine quilting, hand-stitching, English PaperPiecing, modern quilting, and paper piecing. In other words, she has a multi-skill approach to quilts.  Ms Eastmond’s overall philosophy on teaching classes is this: students should go away with at least one new tip, or way of doing something. Some students may even have a finished project, if the chosen class is a mini-quilt or some other small quilt, and so for these reasons, you will see a lot of small quilts in her line-up. But generally, it’s most important that we quilters share some time together building our community, getting to know the other quilters in our guild, and enjoy the making. She is a generalist, and enjoys the process of creating with cloth. 9-14-19 Workshop Mini Crossroads Block 2nd half of the workshop is free motion quilting. There is an additional $11.00 kit fee for the class. This class will be taught at Renaissance Imagine Center, 44105 15th St West, Room 15 on the 4th floor. 
September Program - Elizabeth Eastmond



October “The Hat Parade” Friendship Circles please make a centerpiece to be raffled off. Yvonne Rodriguez and Dixie England are also making center pieces. We will still need a few extras to volunteer to make one. Please think about making a hat, a mug rug and, of course, bring a cup and saucer. There is so much talent in this group, I would love to see what you can do with this. Remember pinkies out. “Tata!”