Monday, December 31, 2018

Our 2019 Resolutions

Sharon  - Declutter more of what I have

Beth - Better organize my craft room and make beaded items.

Cathie - Buy more boxes to organize my yarn stash.

Denita - Simplify

Teri - Step back, re-evaluate and focus in the right direction.

Mary Ann - Do something each day to make someone happy.

Lynn - Drink more water.

Linda - Definitely take my doctor's advice to make better choices and  exercise regularly.

Cindi - Some-o-same o.  Get organized!!!!!

Judy - No to get stressed out about doing something I enjoy.  Take time to enjoy my art.

Sarah - Write 2 new fan fictions, get a job, driver's license, a car and get thru another semester of school without any student loans.

Gerry - Make more stuff, use up my supplies and go to Europe.

Dana - De-stress.

Merriam - Do the diet thing???  Visit friends out of state - after the diet!

Tilda -  May the coming year be prosperous and blessed.  Be safe this holiday season.

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Our 2018 Christmas Wishes

Here's we wish for. . . . . . . . .

Beth Pollock
I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and good health. 

Lynn Meetz
To be cancer free!
(our wish for you too)

Cindi Clark
Good health for family and friends. I wish people would be kind to everyone.

Dana Russell
A great Christmas with family and mom and dad

Maria Moya
I wish everyone to be kind to each other.

Judy Osness
Make time to appreciate family and friends.

Cathie Godges
Healthier, lose 5 more pounds, more fun memories and home life.

Merriam Olds
More good health, more happiness for me and friends and more crafty ideas!

Teri Felts
All those affected by the horrible national disasters will receive the help they need to begin the healing process

Thursday, November 22, 2018

2018 Thankful For . . . .

During our Holiday Boutique Craft Show,  we passed around sheets of paper to members find out what they are grateful for.  Here's  what they said:

Sarah Adams

Caring parents, a safe neighborhood & all the happiness the Golden Knights have brought to my life

Susan Tracy

Good friends, good health, cool weather, and my children.

Kristin Petronek 

My family & friends!

 Sharon Takahashi
Waking up to another day every morning! And all my angels around me

Maria Moya

1. That I know who I am when I wake up each morning

2. That I live by my values.

Teri Felts

Thankful for my wonderful family

Lynn Meetz

For my BFF who sits with me at Chemo

Merriam Olds

Each day

Cindi Clark

I am thankful to wake up every morning

Denita Whitehead

I am thankful for my faith and my family!

Gerry Hackney

My husband - he doesn't know how much stuff I have! or he just pretends

Monday, November 12, 2018

Bonefish Grill 2018 Holiday Party

Our 2018 holiday party this year was held at the Bonefilsh Grill on West Charleston Blvd.  

The management and staff set us up in a private room and printed our dinner menus for us.  Choices for the entrée were lobster tail, Atlantic salmon and chicken.  The dinner also included a Cesar salad, whipped potatoes, sautéed spinach, and cheesecake.
Soft drinks, tea, coffee also included.  They also honored happy hour prices on wine and beer.  

Merrian Olds, our secretary and Beth Pollock, our treasurer paid attention to the details to make it a fun and memorable night.  There was a gift exchange and a centerpiece giveaway.

Thank you to the Bonefish Grill staff, Danny McCumber, managing partner and Grecia, our server for outstanding service.  Thank you Merriam and Beth for all your efforts!

Debbie Williams, our Vice President was the lucky winter of the pumpkin centerpiece. 




Sharing pictures of a great evening. 
Wishing everyone a safe, happy, holiday season.

Saturday, August 18, 2018

American Sewing Guild Conference 2018

We were fortunate to be asked to participate in the American Sewing Guild Conference that was held at the Westgate Hotel and Casino on July 12th through the 15th.  Mary Ann Racheau, one of our newest guild members and who is also a member of the ASG suggested our Guild to the Marie Trevino, President of the ASG to be an exhibitor in the conference.

What a great experience it was!  So many notions, buttons, patterns, fabrics, and machines to look at.  It made our eyes glass over.   



Besides all the sewing related mechandise, there were different classes in making apparel, bags, batik, and more.  Mary Ann taught 4 classes during the conference.











The last time the conference was held in Las Vegas was in 2009, so it was a treat to be able to be a part of this one. Here are some of the pictures from the conference.









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