Join us this Thursday as we host Sue Pawlowski for her lecture and trunk show “A Year of Thread and Scraps”. Sue is known for her scrap quilts, patterns, teaching and merchandise.

This meeting will be IN PERSON at the Rolling Meadows Community Center (3705 Pheasant Drive, Rolling Meadows, Illinois) with doors open at 6:30pm. As a reminder, when we meet in person, our Zoom option is not available. Members are free and guests are $10 at the door.

There are just a handful of spots left in Sue’s Saturday June 22nd workshop “Threadneedle Street”. The workshop is $55 for members and $65 for non-members. There is a specialty ruler and pattern required and of course lots and lots of scraps! This quilt, like all of Sue’s patterns, will definitely put a dent in your pile of scraps and you’ll want to make this quilt in multiple sizes. For additional information about the workshop please visit our workshop page on our website : https://nsqg.club/product-category/workshops/ to sign-up and reserve your space! We’d love to have you join us!

This is the last meeting of our Guild year and we’d like to thank President Debbie Yates and the entire Board of Directors for their hard work and dedication to the guild this past year. We’d also like to congratulate the incoming elected Officers as well as those that will be continuing on in their role on the board.

Outgoing 2023-2024 Officers:
President: Debbie Yates
1st Vice President/Programs: Toni Slepak, Diana Seymour, Marne Chilstrom
2nd Vice President/ Membership: Annette Wegener, Theresa Benson
Recording Secretary: Pam Jackson
Corresponding Secretary: Sue Leverenz
Treasurer: Mary Siefke
Contracts: Cathy Steiner

Incoming 2024-2025 Officers:
President: Debbie Yates
1st Vice President/Programs: Cathy Steiner
2nd Vice President/Membership: Debra Weber
Recording Secretary: Becky Reeve
Corresponding Secretary: Sue Leverenz
Treasurer: Gina Ordonez
Contracts: Linda Panozzo


We look forward to seeing you this Thursday!

Join us June 20th, 2024 for Sue Pawlowski

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