Quilting and Yarning
We had a great time this month folks. We had 3 classes. One class was tips, secrets, and shortcuts. Remember, if
you're having trouble threading that needle, just spit on it and the thread will go right through. I said yuck too but it
works, no fooling.
What’s the Landing coming to with the Topless Club and the quilters Playing Strip Poker. Whoo we,
Hallelujah, we’re having fun!!! Don’t worry nobody lost their shirt. The ante was a strip of fabric. Paula won them
all and sewed them together and made a beautiful tablecloth red, white and blue. Here’s a picture so you all can
Our 3rd. class/projects were making safety sashes for nighttime Landing residents. Folk, those little flashlights or reflectors just don’t light you up and you are still very very hard to see. So we hope you will wear one of our sashes and help us save your life! Paula and the gals did a great job.
Since this was our last meeting until September, we ended it with a catered luncheon and surprise 80th
birthday cake for Mary Ann Frey. It was super.
Have a great summer ya all. Be safe and have fun and we’ll see you in September.
Don't forget to check our calendar calendar
Mea Culpa Mea Culpa
Quilt & Needlecraft
Mega Culpa, I was so excited to report on our successful, Bazaar, Quilt, luncheon and bake sale last month, I forgot to thank those that saw to it the show was successful.
Our Show, Bazaar, bake sale, raffle, and our sale table, & luncheon was a booming success. Everything & I mean everything came together. It was so nice to see such support and corporation from our whole club, Eggs guys, husbands et all. A very big thank you to Arden Sulzbach, Jeff Reinhart, Bob Frey, Jack Hichak, Larry Breeding, Trever Holm, George Latimer, Frank Weisent. I’m sorry, sorry, sorry, I know I forgot people but I’m having an extended senior moment into an hour, week, month. Please forgive me and I will correct when I’m corrected.
I’d have to admit it was Arden who came through again leading the way, saving the day. First, he got the Egg guys to help us out and secondly, Arden saw what was needed, went home for supplies and lead the way putting together the A frames for our quilts. It was Jeff and Kathy who single handedly put together the big quilt racks. These displays accented our quilts and showed them handsomely. Lifesavers surely, thank you.
Last month our guest speaker was none other than our own renown Pat Haddock. Pat taught us all about the ins and outs of joining binding. Pat shared personal secrets on how we could keep everything going in the same direction without any twists or turns. Pat’s hints were invaluable. Pat was uncanny duplicating all, and I mean all the common mistakes we can make and usually do make and how to prevent them. A lesson in teaching as well. Thank you, Pat.,
The following is a slate of officers for the upcoming year:
Mary Ann Frey, President
Penny Breeding, Co-President
Janice Hichak, Vice President
Treasurer, Mary Jo Bilzor
Secretary, Linda Walsh
Sunshine Lady, Pat Sulzbach
• Calendar of events:
4/12: Help meeting, bring ideas, work on your own project and collect your Bazaar items
4/19 Good Friday NO MEETING
5/10 Final Business Meeting and catered lunch on the patio.
PS. Don’t forget to view our webpage at: Quilt & Needlecrafters and to have a look at our calendar if you forget what’s doing?
Linda Walsh calendar
EDGEWATER LANDING QUILT & NEEDLECRAFT GROUP
ARTICLE - PURPOSE
The purpose of the Edgewater Landing Quilt & Needlecraft Group is to inspire our
members to enhance their sewing, quilting, and other needle art skills.
ARTICLE2 - MEMBERSHIP
All residents and seasonal residents of Edgewater Landing are eligible to join
the Quilt & Needlecraft Group.
Membership dues are $5.00 per year. The fiscal year will run from January 1 to
• Voting privileges for the election of officers and other matters pertaining to the
group is extended to all members in good standing. A member in good standing
requires dues payment be current.
ARTICLE3 - OFFICERS
President - Will call to order and preside at all business meetings.
Vice - President - Will assume the duties of the president when necessary.
- Keep record of all business meetings.
Will be the custodian of the official by-laws.
Will keep an updated record of membership.
Will act as Sunshine Chairman .
- Will collect and accurately record all membership dues.
Will be custodian of all receipts, pay all bills and keep accurate
account of all monies paid out and received.
Will have an up to date record of all finances.
ARTICLE4 - COMMITTEES
Committees will undertake the various projects of the Group. Members may
volunteer to chair or serve on any committee they want. Committees will be
formed as deemed necessary.
Internet Correspondence Committee - Send out information by email to all
group members regarding meetings, projects, etc.
Community Information Committee - Provide a news article to the Pelican
Pouch regarding the activity of the group and information to the Community
Website & TV channel HOA committees on upcoming events.
Sunshine Committee - Send out Get Well, Thank You, and Bereavement
cards to group members or professional speakers as needed.
ARTICLE5 - BY-LAWS
A. Business meetings will be held the first Friday of each month in the
Edgewater Landing Clubhouse at 10:00 am. Regular meetings will be on all
remaining Fridays of the month at 10:00 am in the Clubhouse .
B. A 50% plus 1 vote of approval by members in attendance at the business
meeting will be required to amend the by-laws.
C. Notice of meetings will be published in the monthly Pelican Pouch Schedule
of Daily Activities section.
D Officers will be elected for a 2 year term, with elections to be held at the
ovember Business meeting during odd number years (i.e. 2015, 2017 )
Nominations will be accepted at the October Business Meeting and may be
submitted to the group secretary any time beforehand. The Secretary and
Treasurer of the Group will count the votes and announce the results at the
November Business meeting. Elected officers will begin serving their term
at the first Business meeting in January. There are no term limits for the
number of times a member may run for any office.
E. Out-going officers, at the end of their term, will turn over records and
documents belonging to the club to their successors.
F. The Quilt & Needlecraft Show will be hosted in the Edgewater Landing
Clubhouse during odd number year (i.e. 2015, 2017 ..), with the date to be
set between February 15 and March 31.
G. Honorariums of $50 will be given to professional speakers or teachers not
charging a set fee.
Amendment to Edgewater Landing Quilt and Needlecraft Group Bylaws
March 3, 2017
The following article was amended and approved unanimously at the Business Meeting on
March 3, 2017:
Article 5D. Officers will be elected for a 1 year term, with elections to be held at the March Business
Meeting annually. Nominations will be accepted at the February meeting and may be submitted to the
group Secretary anytime beforehand. The Secretary and Treasurer of the group will count the votes and
announce the results at the March business meeting. Elected officers will begin serving their term at the
first Business meeting in April.
The Edgewater Landing Quilt & Needlecraft Group meets Friday at 10:00am in the Club House Main Room
The Quilt & Needlecraft Group was formed out of the love of fabric and yarn to further education, passion and to share such love. Philanthropic events and projects shall include any worthwhile endeavor for those less fortunate. The club will espouse to be a source for entertainment, education, social and philanthropy and good times for all.
2019 Quilt & Needlecraft Show/Bazaar/Bake Sale/Luncheon and Raffle a tremendous success
The ladies with the needles worked very hard to raise money to support the youth of our community with their continuing education.
No longer is sewing, cooking, mending, and knitting as well as woodshop quality classes in our schools. Kids need to find other means for life living courses. We now have to search high and low to find kids who want to continue learning home economics.
High schools have made scholarships more difficult for the suppliers too. But thank goodness there are groups such as ours who search out students who want to further their education in certain areas. The people of our community, which support our fundraisers, make all things possible for these deserving students.
Thank you, Linda Walsh,
** Sample quilts appear in the attachment box below. **