Here’s the recap from our Zoom guild meeting.
We offer our condolences to Kelly, Annette and Lori on the passing of their loved ones. We also extend our condolences to Elaine & Siobhan on the passing of Elaine’s husband.
We were also informed that Sallie is currently hospitalized with pneumonia, but is slowly recovering.
This is an extremely difficult time and hope you can reach out to one another as we shelter-n-place, to comfort one another.
Our online attendance was around 39 guests. So nice to see all the faces and people busy hand stitching as we caught up.
Lenny reviewed with us the first quarter budget report. If you would like to view the report, it is available on the website in the members only section. If you have any questions, you can email Lenny.
We will need to formulate a two person Nominating Committee for board elections for the 2020-2021 term. The slate of nominees will need to be presented at our May meeting. If you would be interested in being on the nominating committee, please contact Rachel or Kathy.
Now would also be the time to consider taking on a board position. If you would be interested in joining the board, please contact Rachel or Kathy.
Most of all our normal activities (Birthday FQ giveaway, Name tag swaps, charity donations, raffles, etc.) are on hold right now and will resume when we meet again in person.
Some activities you can participate in are:
Daniela mentioned there is a need for scrub caps at St. Joe’s in Wayne and Paterson. Please check our facebook group for instructions and details.
MQG Keep calm and quilt on
There are many webinars and downloads for you to take advantage of and participate in. Make your way to the MQG website and head into the members only section to learn more.
It’s not too late to get in on the making of these blocks. You can make one of each, many of both or just pick your favorite. At our next in-person meeting, we will do our swap.
For directions, look back to the March Meeting Recap for the Wonky Churn Dash and to January Block Lotto post for the Plus Block.
And the winner of this month’s UFO challenge was me, Jen! I won the ‘Maker’ necklace.
Next month’s UFO is #5 on your list and the prize is Noodle Head Crescent Tote pattern (zipper included)!
Another project to work on between now and whenever we meet face-to-face again is the Pod swap.
We will be sending out information shortly on how you can join in on this cute little swap. Keep an eye on your email for details.
Show and Tell
Thanks for your participation. See you next month (most likely vitually) May 21st.