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May BOM Pattern

The May BOM is brought to you by Debra!

The block measures 12.5 inches and can be made as wonky as you'd like. Colors should be black, white and a  bright color.

Directions for making a log cabin can be found here.

Bring your completed block to the May monthly meeting for your chance to win them all.

UFO Challenge

2014 UFO Challenge
The Basics
This challenge is open to any current member of the Orlando Modern Quilt Guild. The goal is to encourage one another and clear out some of our UFOs.
An Unfinished Object (UFO) is any quilt or quilted item that you have begun, but not finished as of April 2, 2014. This includes any items for which you have done significant planning (i.e. selected fabrics and a pattern), as well as those on which you have begun cutting or sewing. It does not include quilts you've considered doing, but haven't actually started planning.
An object is 'finished' when it is ready for display or use.
The Procedure
(1) Submit your list in this SURVEY.
(2) Work on your UFOs in the order that appeals to you and in your own time.
(3) At each subsequent show and tell, bring in any completed UFOs and show us what you've done. Then, triumphantly mark it off your list!
(4) For each UFO completed, a raffle ticket will be marked with the member's name and ente…

April 2, 2014 Meeting Minutes

APRIL 2, 2014

Introduction of Visitors
There were 28 members and guests in attendance.

The April Raffle Basket was presented by Zonetta

and won by Christina.

The monthly Treasurer Report was given by Marge.

Yanick offered thanks to past officers and committee chairs.

Yanick announced committee leaders as follows:
-Education: Cara
-Charity: Linda and Beth
-Mentoring:  Michele and Marge
-Bees: Jodi and Sue
-Demos: Debra
-Sunshine: During the meeting Beata volunteered for this position
-Challenge Committee: Please contact Yanick if you are interested in this.


Cara is working on lining up teachers for this year and possibly for 2015.

OMQG will work with Beta House. Linda presented the first of three projects.  The first is for interested members to each make a baby blanket to donate to Beta House.  L…