Capital Region Quilt Study Group
in Albany NY
The next meeting of the Capital Region Quilt Study Group will be:
Saturday February 20, 2010
10:00am to 3:00pm (The library opens at 9:00am, so feel free to come earlier to help with room set up.)
East Greenbush Community Library -- Large Room
10 Community Way
Inclement Weather: If there is inclement weather, please check with the library. If they are open, we will be there. If they are not, we should all sensibly stay home.
The library is quite easy to get to. You can get directions directly from the library website link provided above...or...I've reprinted them below:
The library is located off exit 9 of Interstate 90.
Coming from the WEST take I-90 E to Exit 9. At the end of the exit turn right onto Route 4 South. At first light turn left onto Route 151 East (Luther Rd). Turn right onto Michael Rd. Library will be on your right.
Coming from the EAST take I-90 W to Exit 9. At the end of the exit turn left onto Route 4 South. At first light turn left onto Route 151 East (Luther Rd). Turn right onto Michael Rd. Library will be on your right.
The library can also be reached from Routes 9 & 20.
Coming from the WEST take 9 & 20 E. Turn left onto Route 4. Turn right onto Route 151 East (Luther Rd.). Turn right onto Michael Rd. Library will be on your right.
Coming from the EAST take 9 & 20 W. Turn right onto Route 4. Turn right onto Route 151 East (Luther Rd.). Turn right onto Michael Rd. Library will be on your right.
Discussion Topic: We are overdue for a scholarly session, so we going to delve into How to Identify Block, Plate and Roller Fabric Prints. There will be quilts, fabrics, print blocks and rollers for you to look at and compare.
Swap Table: If you've ended up with duplicate quilt history books or too much fabric or whatever, bring them along.
Refreshments: We'll have our usual assortment of hot drinks (coffee, tea, hot chocolate). As always, you are welcome to bring nibbles and snacks to share.
Pass the word please...to all who might be interested in attending. As always, please bring along your latest find or project for us to see.
See you soon!!
This is a picture of the exhibit at the Guilderland Public Library
Study Notes/References -- Some of us make it a habit to make notes when we research a topic, which saves time when it becomes necessary to refresh memories or to add to our current information. It has been suggested that it would be helpful to have a page of study notes and specific references on each discussion topic. We will, therefore, have such a page to share with you for our discussion topic of oranges and yellows.
New Acquisitions -- As always, if you have any new acquisitions or family treasures you'd like to share (regardless of their color), bring them along.
Items You Have Questions About -- If you have a mystery item you have questions about, bring it in.
Things Not To Bring -- Of primary concern are items that might induce allergic reactions or cause damage to items others have brought to the meeting. Such things include (but may not be limited to): items that are heavily soiled, contain pests (believe it or not, more than one quilt has hosted thriving populations you'd rather not know about), are seriously musty or have mold, show recent signs of mouse nesting or have strong chemical smells (such as moth balls or other insecticides). If you have such an item and would like to have it discussed, please bring it along...but leave it in your car. We'd be delighted to look at it there for you.
Refreshments -- We'll have hot drinks available. Snacks to share always welcome. Bring a lunch if you think you might stay for the day. If you bring drinks along, those with tops/caps will keep spills from occurring.
Extra Books, Etc -- If you have duplicate books, magazines, etc that you like to offer to others, please bring. We'll have a separate table for them.
Share This Information With Others -- If you know of others that may be interested in our study group, please invite them to attend.
Distribution List -- If you are getting this information and would prefer not to, please just let me know.
Weather Warning -- If it looks as though the weather could be hazardous, please call me, the library 456-2400 or check your email to see if we are proceeding with the meeting. As much as we care for getting together, no one's safety or well-being is EVER worth putting at risk.
Deb Grana email@example.com
Minutes of previous meetings can be found here:March 2004