Our regular meetings are held on

the third Saturday of the month at

The TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH

4195 S 4th STREET

REDLANDS 92373

In March, we’ll have another opportunity to demonstrate at the Coachella Valley History Museum  http://www.cvhm.org/. Information about demonstrating there and at the Lavender Fest in June will follow.
February is a busy month for California’s First

On the 12th, Janelle will set up, with help from Loopy Ladies, our rug show for the Riverside County Date Festival  http://www.datefest.org/. From the 14th through the 27th she will be demonstrating at the Fair with anyone who cares to join her. Come out and hook with us!

 

On the 15th we’ll be chatting, snacking and working on ongoing projects at our monthly meeting.

 

 

 January’s Events and Plans

On January 18th we will play a rousing game of wool bingo. Bring a 3”x12” piece of wool for each game you wish to play.

On the following Saturday, we take a Dyeing with Gene field trip to Gene Shepherd’s studio in Anaheim.

 

Janelle is still needing your entries for the 2014 Date Festival!
 
Bring your hooked items finished within the last 2 years to our January 18 meeting.
Janelle will do the computer entry for you and the cost is only $3 per entry. 
See www.datefest.org for information on the Date Festival.

 

Janelle Leslie is receiving entries for the Riverside County Date Festival. Contact her at jleslie914@yahoo.com for more information.

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“IT’S A COOKIE CUTTER CHRISTMAS”

DECEMBER 14TH, 2013 (2ND Saturday)

Trinity Episcopal Church

There is now primitive linen available for sale at $18/yard. . .Remember to wear your badge to the Chapter meeting

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH

4195 S 4th STREET

REDLANDS 92373

9:30-3 P.M.

WWW.CA1STRUGHOOKING.COM

 

“CALIFORNIA’S FIRST”

CHAPTER OF ATHA

(ASSOCIATION OF TRADITIONAL HOOKING ARTISTS)

NOVEMBER 16, 2013

MEETING NOTICE

THIS MONTH EXPAND YOUR INTERESTS TO INCLUDE A CLASS ON MAKING QUILLIES

WITH INSTRUCTION BY BRENDA GRAY

You can make a flower pin with wool strips or bring a silk scarf (choose a color you like) to make the flower out of silk or make a bracelet out of quillies. You will need worms, matching thread, matching wool to back your quillie, long sewing needle, long pins, scissors, foundation and fabric to fit your frame. Brenda will furnish glue and pin backs. Come prepared to have fun.