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Pine Needle Quilt Guild members show off their gift exchange presents at December meeting. PHOTO BY BARBARA FRASER

Pine Needle Quilters ring in 2019

By Barbara Fraser

As the New Year starts, Pine Needle Quilt Guild members have made plans to improve their quilting skills, learn new techniques and teach new quilters the necessary skills to get them started on some new projects.

Our year will start Jan. 8, 1 p.m., in the lower level of the Big Canoe Chapel where Linda Petersonsmith, our vice president of programs, will show us what to do with jelly rolls (2 1/2-inch strips). This program should be informative for experienced and beginner quilters alike.

This is just the start of a year full of fun and informative programs. We invite quilters of all levels to join us and also those who want to be quilters. There are a lot of talented people in the guild who would love to share their passion and knowledge of quilting. Hope to see you in January!

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