Quilters' Sew-Ciety of Redding, Inc
A Non-Profit Organization
PO Box 492581, Redding, CA 96003
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Join us each first Tuesday of the month! Doors open at 6:30 pm and the meetings are from 7:00-9:00 pm. We meet at the Shasta Senior Center in Redding, California on 2290 Benton Drive.

Meetings are free to members or with a guest pass. Visitors pay $3 for a general meeting.

General Meeting Programs are designed to educate and delight quilters and lovers of quilts with a quick business portion, special activity tables, refreshments, raffles (win quilting supplies, books, tools, fat quarters, etc.), and a time for show and tell where guild members inspire attendees with their quilted items.

Side Tables and our behind the scenes chair-people 2016
Dollar Blocks – Dorothy Gillett with helpers Kitty & Donna  
Purchase a block kit, assemble and return at next meeting.  
Publicity – Nancy Pepper 
Information on all local guilds and quilt shows.  
Fat Quarters - Dawna Twist and Marta Krantz
Bring in up to 5 fat qarters for a chance to win the lot (or one of several lots) for the night.
Ways and Means - Barbara Blake and Sally Paoli  
Two part raffles - one is the 50/50 chance to win half of proceeds and the other is a raffle for gifts shown at table.
Hospitality - Carol Buller and Debbie Salseth
Our members sign up to bring goodies to share with all during refreshment break.
Workshops - Lynn Wilen
See samples of upcoming workshops being led by our next guest speaker.
Library - Kathleen Hackney and Janis Merryman
Check out a book or two or purchase a raffle ticket to win a book.
Community Quilts - Barbara Hull
Responsible for displaying quilts around the community.
Correspondence Secretary - Christine Davies
If you know anyone who needs a little cheer or get well card please let Ruth know.
Pet Beds - Blossom Hamusek
Make beds or donate fabric to do so for donation to local shelters.
Philanthropic - Becky Dilbeck with helpers Sandy, Kim and Lois
Grab a kit, put together a quilt top and bring back to be donated to a worthy cause.
Education - Gail Billings
Teaches children how to quilt.
Historian - Vacant
You will see her taking pictures at all of our events.
Special Projects - Vacant
In charge of quilt challenges including arranging displaying at various venues across the USA
Comfort Bags - Dorinda Goff and Blossom Hamusek
Making fabric bags and collecting hygiene products to fill the bags for donating to One SAFE Place.
Next Meeting
Tuesday, December 5th
7:00 to 9:00 pm
Shasta Senior Center

Meeting information & directions
Opportunity Quilt
Opportunity Quilt
Northern Wilderness

Pieced by
Vicki Bertucci
Quilted by
Lori Johnson
Pattern by
Northern Threads Designs

Raffle Tickets
1 for $1 or 10 for $5

Drawing will be held at the December 2017 meeting and you do not need to be present to win