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Quilt Club | Stories of Old Oregon Cllub | Basic Beginners Block of the Month

Quilt Club

The Bee's Knees

Instructor: Rachel Greco
Dates: Once Per Month,
Thursday-Saturday
Times: Thursday, 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm, 
Friday, 9:00 am & 11:00 am 
Saturday, 9:00 am & 11:00 am

Membership Fee: $10.00
Class Fee: $10.00 per month per colorway chosen
CLASSES BEGIN: Sept. 4-5-6, 2014

An Exploration of the 1920s

Regardless of who you were or where you lived, the world was turning upside down in the 1920s. A generation of men had been lost during World War I. It was an age of change with a new obsession for glamour, music, movie stars, shopping and sports history. Our story revolves around Betty and her love of the movies and all things that were "new" during this time period.

Betty, fresh off the farm, moves to New York City to live with her brother who just got back from the Great War. She takes a job as a ticket girl at the Bijou Theatre where she soon discovers the allure of the movies. Influenced by her brother's wounded spirit and desire to forget the War, Betty soon discovers the world of Jazz: glamourous fashions, seductive movies, notorious speakeasies and dangerous gangsters. Betty's life is about the change dramatically. Can the farm girl truly adapt to the dazzling light of the city, or will it's tantalizing lifestyle sweep her into a world of danger and easy virtue?

At Grandma's Attic, the Bee's Knees, our newest Quilt Club begins September 4-6, 2014. Each month we will follow Betty as she makes her way through the 1920s. Club Members will learn about the 1920s from an historic viewpoint, plus socialize with friends, share stories and collect quilt blocks to make a commemorative quilt. Packed with history, adventure and optimism, you won't want to miss this exciting new series.

Quilt block kits are available in four color schemes: American Made Brand, 1920s/30s, 19th Century Reproductions, and Splash Brights. Class participation is $10.00 per month per colorway. There is a $10 membership fee which helps offset the cost of class materials.

Grandma’s Quilt Clubs are like no others that we know about. They are a fun way to learn about history that affects women today, new products, participate in door prize drawings, be with friends and collect quilt blocks. You must pre-register for this class. Register Online.

Club Dates: 2014: September 4/5/6; October 2/3/4; November 6/7/8; December 4/5/6; 2015: January 8/9/10; February 5/6/7; March 5/6/7; April 2/3/4; May 7/8/9; June 4/5/6; July 9/10/11; August 6/7/8.

Bees Knees 1920s Quilts

Stories of Old Oregon - Towns and Founders
Stories of Old Oregon Towns and Founders Quilt club

Instructor: Rachel Greco
Dates: Once per month

Times:
3rd Saturday, 10:00 am


Membership Fee: $10.00
Class Fee: $5.00 per month
2015 CLASS DATES: Begins January 24th, Feb. 21; Mar. 21; Apr. 18; May 16; June 20; July 25; Aug. 22; Sept. 19; Oct. 17;
Nov. 21 and Dec. 12

Continuing our series on the Stories of Old Oregon, this year we will focus on the towns and founders within the state of Oegon. Grandma Rachel will guide you through the fascinating history of how many of the towns in Oregon were founded--how they got their names, their early history, prominent citizens of the day, and beginnings of each town's commerce and industry.

You'll make quilt blocks that the pioneers themselves might have made, socialize with friends and discover the answers to such questions as which town was originally called Mudtown, what town was destroyed by its founder's favorite garden shrub, and who first platted the streets of Salem and why.

Grandma Rachel has created quilting experience you will not want to miss. Over the course of the class, she will provide History, including show and tell of quilts and information from the time period of the mid-1800s. You'll receive quilt block patterns, an informational newsletter and other handouts. After each session there is a fabulous FREE lunch of soup, salad and dessert.

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Basic Beginners Block of the Month
Grandma Rachel and Aunt Cheryl

Basic Beginners Block of the Month
Instructor: Cheryl Libby
Dates: Once per month
Times:
Third Friday of the Month 10:00 am

Class Fee: $30 First Session (includes book); then $5.00 per monthly session
2015 Classes: Jan. 16; Feb. 20; Mar. 20 & Apr. 17

Everyone was a beginner at one time or another! And what better way to learn the absolute basics of quilt making than with Aunt Cheryl. With over 20 years of quilting experience, she's seen it, sewn it, ripped it out and sewn it over again! Taking you step-by-step (and patiently) through a variety of simple quilt blocks, Cheryl will teach you accurate measuring, cutting and sewing methods, working with you one-on-one until you gain the skills and confidence that you need to be a confident beginner. Once your quilt blocks are constructed, you'll learn how to add sashing and borders to create your very own quilt top. Speak with Cheryl to get started at any time!

Taking you step-by-step (and patiently) through a variety of simple quilt blocks, they will teach you accurate measuring, cutting and sewing methods, working with you one-on-one until you gain the skills and confidence that you need to be a confident beginner. Once your quilt blocks are constructed, you'll learn how to add sashing and borders to create your very own quilt top. Classes are set up so that you can begin at any time.

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