-Members Guide to FIQ
Are you a new member? Feeling lost at the meetings? Check out our Member Guide. It should answer most of your questions.
-First, print out the name tag pattern located under the Members section. fiq_nametag.pdf
-Second, attend our meetings on the first Monday of the month at the Church. We now have a Social hand stitching time that starts at 10:30. The meeting or presentation will start at 1:00.
-Third, look through our member's guide, feel free to share your ideas with us. We love learning new things. (We are in the process of updating this guide since many things have changed since the start of Covid)
-Fourth Hit Like on our facebook page so you get all the updates and reminders.
If you are still lost, feel free to ask any board member to explain how things work.
Click here for Membership Guide, we are currently updating our guide so some information may not be current.
Terri Wolf-Finding your quilting stories ideas
Quilter University Notes
Freezer paper applique by Joy Neal
Stem and stitches by Joy Neal
Handmade Hexagons by Marlene Kleven
Mock Mola by Vera Nunnally
Click here for 2022 September Notes:
Facing a quilt by Vera Nunnally
The stuff it bag by Arlene Anderson
No waste flying geese by Nancy Anders
Curved Flying geese
Three quarter square triangle block
Make 8 half square triangles at once
General directions for disappearing Nine patch
Remember to return all checked out titles at the November meeting so we can do an inventory. If you have book suggestions, let us know. We are open to adding books.
List by Author
List by Title
The books are on a cart that will be rolled out at each meeting. Bruce, our librarian, will be there to assist you to check out.
Please fill out the card in the pocket, file it in the box, and remember to bring the book back the following month. Thank you.
Greetings from your FIQ Librarian!
I am beginning an additional aspect to the Library offerings. I have donated some cutting rulers/templates that I do not use currently. Also, included is a set of templates useful for laying out your quilting patterns.
I invite you to take a look at these next month and see if you can augment these pieces from your own collection. These items will be signed out just like any book and need to be returned after use. So, I still have access to my rulers/templates, but so do you!
I have developed pictures of each item and where possible have added a YouTube link to videos of how to use these items. (see below). Please contact Bruce Fairbanks with any questions.