Cowlumbia Challenge

The June picnic was also the deadline for our Cowlumbia Challenge. The idea was to make a
24" x 36" wall quilt that was a visual twist on the words "cow" and Columbia." It looks like it was a great success to me. Thanks to Zohra for taking these pictures in my absence.

Linda D.- Crazy for Cowlumbia              Jana - Moon Over Cowlumbia

Jolene - The Leaning Tower of Water

             Tambra - Cowlumbia SC, Famoosly Hot           Carol - Moo at the Zoo   

Judy - Cola City Cow

Linda V.- Holy Cowlumbia

Sandra - Miss Cowlumbia

Anita - Cow-lumbia! Come Be AMOOsed!


Wilma - Moosical Cow

JoAnn - One Eared Blossom           Dee - Cowlumbia City Moos

Margaret - Miss Moo Moo Guernsey
   

Jane - Moo La-La

Jeanne - George Washington Visits COW-lumbia

Lynne - Purple Mootins

Denise - Moo West

And here is Dee accepting the Viewer's Choice Award from our program chair Sandra. 
Dee has won a $50 certificate to Creative Sewing Center. Congratulations Dee.

June General Meeting

In June we traditionally have our summer picnic. Once again this year we were lucky enough to meet at the clubhouse at Yacht Cove, which is a beautiful place to enjoy the lake and relax (thanks again Janet).

We enjoyed our usual show and tell, starting with these three from Bev. The first is an english paper pieced hexagon quilt made all from rose fabrics. The second was made with plaids from her stash as well as shirts from the thrift store and is for her grandson. I'm sure he's going to love it.

These two beauties are from Bonney.

Linda has been busy with these three.

Sue always seems to bring in at least three every month. How does she do it?

Lynne has finished another one of her paper pieced quilts. It's just SUPER!!

And finally Joan showed off this very modern looking lap quilt. Love, love, love it! Nice job Joan.

Great Day Bee Gathering

    We had a great crowd at Dorothy's home for Day Bee.  I took a few photos of show and tell.  Bev has been working on her all rose hexagon quilt.  She was sewing on binding by hand.

Sue found a cute panel and made an adorable child's quilt.  She also was sewing on binding by hand.

Jean has discovered an new template and shared this quilt top. The 3 units form a large equilateral triangle and 6 form a large hexagon.  Interesting pattern.

Think about coming to the next Day Bee.  Enjoy the fellowship and get to know guild members better.
        Elizabeth

June Schedule of Events

1st Tuesday, June 2nd 10:00 AM
Board Meeting at Creative Sewing Machine Center

1st Thursday, June 4th doors open 9:30 to 5:00 
Sit 'n Sew at Creative Sewing Machine Center

2nd Tuesday, June 9th 9:30 AM 
Day Bee meets at the home of Dorothy Amis

3rd TuesdayJune 16th 10:30 AM 
General Meeting at Yacht Cove Clubhouse
Spring Luncheon 

4th Monday, June 22nd 1:30 PM
Quilt Mavens meets at the home of Janet Shirley

4th Tuesday, June 23rd 9:30 AM
Comfort Quilts Sew Day is CANCELLED
at Seven Oaks Presbyterian Church
530 St. Andrews Rd, Columbia 
SS CLASSROOM

Last Thursday, June 25th 6:30 PM
Knight Bee meets in the home of Liz Florum

5th Tuesday, June 30th 9:00 AM 
Trip to Mary Jo's and Sew Much Fun in Gastonia, NC