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February 18 2021 General Meeting:  Day meeting @ 1:30 ~ Evening meeting @ 6:15
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Meetings 

3rd Thursday
of the month

On Zoom until further notice!!

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Daytime  1:30 pm 
Social Time at 1:00
Our popular meeting featuring 
National Speakers, Raffles,
Philanthropic Projects, 
Program Information and 
Sign-ups, Show & Tell, and Snacks. 

CPQ at Night  6:15 pm
Social time 6:00 pm

Our night meetings focus
on sharing ideas, techniques,
and a whole lot of fun! 
Raffles, Swaps, Show & Tell,
and Games are regular events at
these informal gatherings, 
often with a focus on Modern Quilting.

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      Upcoming Events

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February Events: 

CPQ presents Sandy Corbin at our February General Meeting.  Come enjoy her lecture, "Let's Talk Borders", Feb 18th @ 1:30.  Everyone is welcome & invite your friends.  
Followed by a workshop Friday & Saturday, Feb. 19 & 20.  $35. Members & $50. Non-members plus $11.00 pattern fee.









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February 2021

CPQ presents Sandy Corbin. She will be at our GM with her lecture, Let's Talk Borders & also we are offering Sandy's workshop, Butterfly Tablerunner!!!


Sandy Corbin lives in Laguna Hills, California with her husband Brad. She has always had a love for fabrics. Sandy began making quilts in the 70's and in a few years she became obsessed with all things quilting!! In 2002 she started making patterns and "Sandy's Designs" was created. She teaches classes and in 2016, became a "Quilt In A Day" Certified Teacher.

Beach Cities Quilters Guild has been an important part of Sandy's quilting life. She has been a member for 23 years. In 2010 she was the quilt show chair for "FantaSea of Quilts", and co-chaired the 2016 quilt show. Sandy also served as the 20th President of her Guild.


Be sure to check out Sandy Corbin's website: Sandycquilts.com => Click here


Lecture and workshop information below.




You are invited to CPQ's February General Meeting featuring Sandy Corbin's lecture, "Let's Talk Borders"!! Our general meetings are free and open to the public.


Members will receive Zoom ID and Passcode in the newsletter or direct email. Non members, please reach out to a Board Member or send us an email for details.


February General Day Meeting on Zoom

February 18th @ 1:30

Butterfly Table Runner Workshop

Sandy Corbin will be teaching a cool workshop using invisible machine applique. This will be a 2 day Zoom class; 4 hours the first day and 2-3 the second day.


Fee is $35.00 for members ~~ $50.00 for non-members PLUS $11.00 for the pattern.

Seats are limited so book early!!! Register on our website (link is below) or contact Penne Sherer. Be sure to print out the supply list as there are things to be done prior to the start of the class. Supply list link below.

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Workshop Dates: Friday & Saturday, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm


Register Here => Sandy Corbin Butterfly Table Runner - 2/19/2021 (Be sure to scroll down to the bottom where you see "Register Now"

Supply List Here ==> Sandy Corbin Butterfly Tablerunner


Boutique 2021


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More information coming soon!



    EXCITING NEW MONTHLY CHALLENGE! 

 

CPQ members now have a great opportunity to support our philanthropic committees and possible win a monthly prize at the same time!! Sandra Ferguson, our Philanthropic Director, is promoting a new monthly challenge. Every month, members are challenged to make a pillowcase for Sweet Dreams, an Isolette for Loving Hands, a pet bed for Paws for a Cause, a pillowcase for Blocks for the Brave (must use their kit for these), and donate one can food or toiletry/cleaning item for the RMC House. Kits are available for these items, however, using your stash is a great way to use up some extra fabric you may have. Blocks for the Braves has particular fabric and pattern to accommodate the large quilts they donate to our veterans with PTSD so they do require using their kit (Sandra or Donna Haynes will have BFB kits).

Here's the scoop:


Place your 5 items in a plastic bag with "CPQ" and your name on the bag.

Your items can be dropped off at Cherry Berry anytime.

You can drop off at Sandra's house on the morning of the monthly guild meetings (3rd Thurs ) between 10am - Noon.

You can also pick up Kits at Sandra's house during the above time or call and make arrangements with her.

There will be a drawing during our general meeting each month and the winner might be you!!! Fun, exciting, all while supporting our philanthropic programs at the same time.

Thank you for your support,
Sandra Ferguson, Director of Philanthropy
661-588-7598 Home ~ 209-275-8242 Cell 13319 Nantucket Place Bakersfield, CA 93314

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Mission Statement

The purpose of this organization shall be to preserve and continue the traditions, culture and history of quilting; to promote fellowship among persons interested in all aspects of quilting; to contribute knowledge and promote the appreciation of fine quilting; to sponsor and support quilting activities; to encourage quilt making and collecting; to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilt making techniques, textiles and patterns through educational meetings.