LOCATION for both the workshop and the meeting:
Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU), 1916 East Markland Avenue, Kokomo, IN 46901
Gloria Stahlhut is a third generation quilter and belongs to three quilt guilds. It was difficult for her to find quilt shops that carried wide backings and the fabric design choices were limited. This is where the idea of creating Quilted Glo originated. Quilted Glo began in 2007 and is an e-commerce company. She also vends at quilt shows. Gloria carries a large variety of quilt shop quality wide backings. She later expanded her merchandise to include panels, pre-cuts, tools, kits, and specialty items.
“Fast and Easy Appliqué” This is a good workshop for those who love appliqué and for those who are cautious about appliqué due to using other techniques.
2:00 – 4:30 pm | $25.00 covers the class and all materials | Workshop Registration: Contact Linda Wright at 574.699.7433 or email@example.com.
Gloria Stahlhut will share samples and techniques for a new appliqué method. This method prevents fabric from raveling, so there is no need to stitch the appliqué. However, if you still like the appliqué look, it can be stitched after the application.
In the workshop, you will create 2 different samples, one using appliqué applying fabric to paper and the other applying fabric to fabric. You may choose from a Valentine’s Day design or other offered designs or create your own.
Materials are included and you will receive your own adhesive so that you can leave the class with creative ideas when you get home.
Supplies to bring: scissors
Supplies provided: irons and ironing boards or, if you want, you may bring your own
Guests are welcome. You may attend two meetings as a guest before becoming a member. Membership is $30 per year for adults and $5 for juniors age 9 – 16.
7:00 – 9:00 pm; doors open at 6:30 pm
Program & Vendor: “Wide Backing and Over 100 Different Panels” is Gloria Stahlhut’s topic and trunk show. Merchandise will be available to purchase.
Other activities: Show ‘n’ Tell and a short business meeting
The KPQG Newsletter for December 2018 is now available.
The Kokomo Howard County Public Library (KHCPL) South Branch, 1755 East Center Road, Kokomo 46902, is requesting space-themed quilts to display during their “Discovery Space Exhibit”. The exhibit begins January 14, 2019.
The quilts… 1) can be any size, (2) must have a hanging quilt sleeve attached, and 3) are needed before January 14, 2019.
Lori Hugley, Head of KHCPL South Branch, would like to hear from you. Please call Lori at 765.453.4150 and ask for Lori, or email her at lhugley@KHCPL.org.
More details about the “Discover Space Exhibit” event will be printed in the library’s January newsletter that will be distributed around the end of December 2018 or first of January 2019.
Yes! The KPQG meeting is on Tuesday, December 4 and it is at Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU), 1916 East Markland Avenue, Kokomo.
We are having a carry-in potluck to start at 6:00 pm. Bring a dish to share and your own drink.
The program is Quilt Bingo. Bring 2 (two) fat quarters if you want to participate.
Gloria Stahlhut with Quilted Glo is the KPQG January meeting speaker on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. She will speak and have a trunk show about wide backings and over 100 different panels. She also will teach a workshop on “Fast and Easy Applique”.
Gloria is holding a holiday open house and invites you to attend. Parking is limited so you might want to carpool. Here are the invitation details:
Quilted Glo Holiday Open House
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 | 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
ON SALE: Select Fabrics, Panels & Wide Backings
Refreshments will be Served
13705 Creekridge Lane, McCordsville, IN 46055
317.696.5084 | www.quiltedglo.com
One way to say “Thank you for your service” to our veterans is to offer free, simple sewing repairs service for them.
Veterans can bring their clothing to the Kokomo Howard County Public Library (KHCPL) Main, 220 North Union Street, Downtown Kokomo, on the library’s lower level for simple sewing repairs. Clothes MUST be clean.
Sewing machines and basic sewing tools/supplies will be provided. Volunteers will be available to do the repairs or, if desired, the veterans can do their own repair work using the tools and materials provided.
Dates & Times: Tuesday, November 13 | 2:00 – 5:00; Wednesday, November 14 | 10:00 – Noon; Friday, November 16 | 10:00 – Noon
Volunteers are invited to come and help with repairs: If you would like to help with simple sewing repairs, please come during the hours posted.
Evie Fell, a KPQG member, along with the KHCPL, organized this public service for the veterans.
Location: Indiana University Kokomo, Hunt Hall, Room 116. Click here for the campus map. Be sure to place your IUK Parking Pass on the vehicle’s dashboard. If you do not have a parking pass, please pick one up at the membership table when you sign in.
Time: 7:00 pm; doors open at 6:30 pm
PROGRAM & VENDING
Speaker & Vendor — Amanda Castor with Material Girl Quilts | Amanda’s lecture topic is Modern Traditionalism in Quilting and she will have patterns to sell. Her internet site is www.MaterialGirlQuilts.com.
Present donation quilts to the Kokomo Police Department and to Healthy Families. During the year, the KPQG members have the opportunity to make quilts as a community service for the Kokomo Police Department and for the Healthy Families program. The quilts are presented at the November membership meeting to the representative of each organization.
Members’ Show ‘n’ Tell and a short business meeting.