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This page was last updated on: August 3, 2019
Photo by Rita Steffenson
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
6:30 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, August 13th
6:30 p.m. at Bolts in the Bathtub
Visitors Welcome!
Aug 8         Ice Cream Social
Aug 10       Workshop: Donna Roberts - Making a Mondo Bag
Sep 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:  August 8
2019-2020 Membership Application
This month we will have the yearly ice cream social. If you are slated to bring “snacks”, please bring toppings to the meeting. Please text Nette or Pat and let us know what you are bringing. Ice cream will be provided. After the business meeting, you will have plenty of time to meet new people.​

August workshop will be the Mondo Bag. The cost is $20.00 and includes the pattern. Nette will need to know ASAP so we can get the patterns in time for the workshop. Workshop ($20) will be Saturday, July 13, 2019 from 9:00-3:00, doors open at 8:30 for setup. Our workshop is located at 44105 15th Street West, Lancaster, fourth floor Conference Room #15. The Supply List is available at the meeting, or if you would like more time to prepare contact me for an electronic version. There will be a “Nette’s Catered” lunch available for an additional $5.00. This lunch consists of a croissant sandwich, chips, veggie tray, cookie, fruit and drink.
August Program - Ice Cream Social


PLANNED PROGRAMS FOR SEPT/OCT September will be Elizabeth Eastmond. She is talking about An Undercover Traditional Modern Quilter
September’s workshop is called 2fer. There is a kit fee of $11.00 for the class. Pick up the required instruction sheet, when you pay. The first half of the workshop is a block and the second half is free motion quilting. Remember it is all in the practice.
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!”