November Meeting Notes

If you missed our November 11, 2020 Zoom meeting, here’s a link to a video recording, posted to Vimeo. You will need a password to view this video. The password has been emailed directly to all paid Seattle MQG members, concurrently with this blog post on 11.12.2020.

Watch: Seattle Modern Quilt Guild Meeting 11.11.2020

Stephanie Hackney of Hobbs Bonded Fibers was our guest speaker, and her talk was recorded! We also had a great presentation on Temperature Quilts, given by Seattle MQG member, Carrie Franklin.

You can watch the full meeting using the link above, which included lots of important information including the election of our 2021 Board Members, who are:

  • President: Katie Sprugel
  • Vice President: Beth Ratzlaff
  • Secretary: Pat Reilly
  • Treasurer: Liz Chesebrough
  • Director of Membership: Debra Flanagan
  • Directors of Programs: Noelle Remington + Elizabeth Burstad-Morgan
  • Directors of Communications: Julia Wachs + Minnie Lai

Stephanie Hackney shared some great Hobbs Batting resources, including Recommended Uses for Hobbs Batting Products and this useful reference table of all the Hobbs Batting Products:

Here is a link to a PDF of our November 11th meeting slideshow (full meeting notes will be posted by our secretary soon):

HOLIDAY PARTY: December 5, 2020:

In December, instead of a membership meeting we will be celebrating with a virtual holiday party and all-guild sew-in via Zoom! Join us December 5, 2020, 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm. There will be games, activities, time to sew together, and prizes! If you participated in the secret swap, save your wrapped swap item and unwrap it with us live during the holiday party.

We will continue to meet via Zoom into 2021. Thanks, and happy sewing!

As always, if you have any questions, contact us at .

3 responses to “November Meeting Notes

  1. Hi, David. Again, what a wonderful presentation last night. Could we get a ,PDF of slide # 25? I got #26, the uses, but would like the other , too. I tried clicking on it but it did not come up as separately printable. Thanks, Lotte

  2. Oh, and the Temperature quilt presentation was great also!! I can’t wait to start one. Maybe January! Who knows. If we have a vaccine, it will be easier to think. Lotte

  3. Hi Lotte, if you click on the graphic above in the blog post, it will open in a new window and you can print it out or save it to your computer.

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