Check to see what we have in the Guild library: 2007 Inventory updated June 1st (PDF 88 KB)
We are members of the American Quilters’ Society
Any members wishing to make blocks for the families of our fallen
soldiers can pick up the patterns at www.picketfencefabrics.com. Joan
Todd is collecting and sending them in.
Keep up with Program!
Here are various pages of information to do with Program nights, in case you missed it or would like to have a copy.
February was “Placemat” night, here are the three patterns that were used.
String Placemats (MS Word Doc 485 KB)
Easy Curves (MS Word Doc 450 KB)
Triangles with out making Triangles (MS Word Doc 470 KB)
October was “All about Exchanges”
Blacks & Brights Exchange directions (MS Word Doc 20 KB)
2004-2005 Block of the Month Series
Wandy Story continues to add tips and lessons to her Learning to Quilt Row-by-Row Guide. (PDF 644 KB).
Claire Johnson has prepared this FAQ (PDF 108 KB) to assist you with your Community projects.
Sagebrush Orientation Guide
Become acquainted with the functions and responsibilities of the various Guild committees through the Sagebrush Orientation Guide (PDF 156 KB). Also, consider volunteering!
Sagebrush Quilt Labels
Thanks to Andrea Schafthuizen, Roxy Agar, Wanda Story, and Patty Bentley, we have Sagebrush labels for you to download (PDF 64KB) and print onto photo transfer sheets or directly onto fabric that has been pre-treated with Bubble Jet Set. Here’s how:
Purchase a bottle of Bubble Jet Set and treat your own fabric, iron it onto freezer paper, cut it to size (81/2″ x 11″) and feed it through your printer, OR purchase pre-treated fabric which is ready to print on. These come in packages of 5 sheets and are available at fabric stores.
For the transfer sheet method, purchase Iron-On transfer sheets from an office supply, craft or department store. Remember to specify iron-on transfer or mirror image when printing this format so that when ironed onto the label the print direction is correct. Follow the instructions on the package.