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  • Holiday Dinner Party
    22 Sep 2014
    Our Annual Holiday Dinner Party meeting on December 9th will be an opportunity for members and their guests to support the Children’s Emergency Fund. We will be celebrating at the German American Soci...
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  • NQA Newsletter
    13 Nov 2014
    In case you missed it, or would like to know what’s going on at the National Quilting Association, click here for a copy of their latest newsletter. As always, you can visit their website at www...
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  • Area Event: Art Market at the Museum
    13 Nov 2014
    The Friends of the International Quilt Study Center and Museum’s fall fundraiser is Art Market at the Museum, to be held Friday and Saturday, November 21 and 22, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day in th...
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  • Area Event: Contemporary Fiber Artist Show
    13 Nov 2014
    QUICK! There is still time to see the current show at the Cathedral Cultural Center located at 2900 Webster Street.  The Gallery is featuring a Contemporary Fiber Artist Show from the Edge (a program...
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  • Call for Quilts
    13 Nov 2014
    Be part of a theatre production through your quilts! The Shelterbelt Theater, announced a Call for Quilts for their upcoming production of “The Other Sewing Circle” By Omaha playwright, Marie Amthor....
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Meeting Information

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Westside Community Center

3534 South 108th St.
Omaha, NE 68144-4910
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2nd Tuesday of each month
September thru May at 7 pm.
Rising Stars meets at 6 pm


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Quilt Show News

NEW! Mystery Quilt

We are going to try something different for the 2014-2015 year.  This year we are offering a Mystery Quilt!  Each month you will receive a new pattern with instructions on making blocks.  The blocks are all 7 inch finished blocks and some months you may need to make 2, some months 4 and one month even 8 of the same block.  This Mystery Quilt lends itself to a very scrappy quilt, or you can select a color theme of your choice.  Be sure to stop by the Block Exchange table to learn all the details.  By next May you will have a complete quilt top ready to finish and enter in the show!

2014-2015 Programs

September 9th: Deanna Hodson
Everything Old is New Again
October 14th: Donna Lynn Thomas
What in the World is On-Point Patchwork?
November 11th: Mary Fons
"A Thirty-Something Quilter Tells All"
December 9th: Christmas Party
January 13th: Helping Hands Workshop
February 10th: AccuQuilt of Omaha
March 10th: Lynn Hagmeier
Kansas Troubles Quilters: Moda & Beyond
April 14th: Cindy Lohbeck
"Hands On Hand Dyes"
May 12th: Sue Daley
English Paper Piecing Specialist
June: Quilt Show

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