Quilting Bees

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What is the best part of going to a Guild meeting?

Seeing your friends?

Sharing new quilting ideas or Show and tell?

The best part is —

Being Part of a Bee

A bee leader may have a chair waiting for you!  If you are interested in forming your own Bee; or would like to find out more about the Bees and how they work, please contact the BeeKeeper. We will see if we can get you buzzing along within the hive.

The more Bees, the more fun, the more quilts … what could be better?

Existing Bees

(Last Update: January 23, 2015)

Miss BEE Haven

Monday evening Bee — currently full

The meetings are held at each member’s home on a rotating schedule. Contact Person: Leanne Brendle. Please note: This Bee is currently full and unable to take new members.

BEEfriended Bee

Monday evening Bee — currently full

Meets the 4th Monday of the month from 7:00 until 9:30pm at various member’s homes (primarily in zip codes 27103, 27104, and 27106). Contact: Suzette Brown. This Bee is currently full and unable to take new members.

BEEcassos

Tuesday morning Bee —

qb-pbc01This group is focused on non-traditional quilting and styles such as art quilts, various types of fabric, digitized images and three-dimensional techniques. The group meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 9:30am. Meeting location is the Littqb-pbc02le Creek Recreation Center, 610 Foxcroft Dr in W-S. The contact person is Gail McNeill, 721-9150

The Beecassos have periodic group challenges, which are tons of fun and push our creativity to new levels. These examples are the results from those challenges. In this challenge, each participant was given an identical bag of “stuff” and was to incorporate at least 9 of the items. It is inspiring to see other’s creative side.

The Quilting Friends

Wednesday morning Bee —

Meets every Wednesday at the Old Town Recreation Center, 4550 Shattalon Dr, WS, from 9:30 am-noon. Contact: Patti Mansson, 760-2017 or 624-6792.

The Busy Bees

Thursday all-day Bee — currently full

Meets every Thursday at Georgia Taylor Rec Center for sit and sew, by hand or sewing machine. We have the room from 9 am til around 3:00+. At the moment this group is closed to new members but feel free to ask if there is room. Contact person is: Joan Lowder 336-764-3546

Applique Bee

Thursday morning Bee —

The primary focus is appliqué quilting projects.
The bee meets on the 4th Thursday at the Old Town Recreation Center, 4550 Shattalon Dr, W-S from 10:00 am-noon. Contact: Patti Mansson, 760-2017 or 624-6792; Carrie Pippins, 767-0848.

JOIN A BEE

One of the best ways to learn more about quilting and gather friends among Guild members
is to join a quilting bee. Contact  Laura Davies, 760-2017 if you are interested in starting a new evening bee.

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