Horseshoe Spring Quilt Retreat May 13—17, 2014 Sewing Among Those West Virginia Hills! at Camp Horseshoe, 3309 Horseshoe Run Rd., Parsons, WV 26287 304-478-2481-voice-304-478-4446-fax Mary’s Home 304-478-2899 e-mail [email protected] I know you are into the winter projects, but it’s time to think ahead to Horseshoe’s SPRING Quilt Retreat . Come join the staff at Horseshoe for a celebration of sewing. You are in for a fun filled three, four or five days packed with wonderful things to sew and wonderful fellowship too. The week will be filled with small and large projects. Maybe even a few surprises along the way. We will have time to spend with old friends, make new friends and sew wonderful items picked just for YOU!!! It is the perfect place to spend quality time with your sewing machine and quilting friends. Bring a friend along to enjoy Horseshoe’s relaxed atmosphere, take advantage of this time to start a new project or catch up on those projects you have started and just haven't found time to complete. While sewing you can enjoy the beauty just outside the windows of our sewing areas. We will be staying our nights in a warm cabin with a warm bathhouse close by or in the McManus Center with all the conveniences of home. We will be totally spoiled, just quilting, eating and some sleep too. Instructors for this retreat are: Karin Rodeheaver, (Bayard, WV) Bear Paw Quilt; Frances Harper, (Parsons, WV) Sew Charmed Pillow; Rhonda Larson (Rawlings, MD) Sunny Day Apron; Mary Smith (Camp Horseshoe) Sunshine of My Soul Tablecloth & Liberty Wall Hanging and Marie Sines ( Oakland, MD) Mystery Project for your sewing enjoyment. All you need to do is select the project or projects, (please be careful not to put yourself on overload - you can only do so much in one weekend) make sure your machine is in good working order, start gathering your fabric and pack your bags. Remember it’s your weekend to do just as you want with no obligations other than to yourself. I will be placing your name on the sewing station form for either the Lodge or the Library lodging areas in the order registrations are received. The forms will be posted at the retreat so everyone can find where they will be sewing and sleeping. Please read everything and follow directions accordingly. (don’t forget we have this wonderful, warm, well lighted area in the Library, near the kitchen, for at least 6—8 people) Please sign the release for pictures. Fill out the registration form and mail it in ASAP or before May 1. We will then send you the schedule, instructions, supply list for projects and what to bring list for our quilting weekend. Look forward to seeing you in May and look forward to hearing from you soon. May 13—17, 2014 1. Bear Paw Queen Size Quilt Karin Rodeheaver has a NEW TECHNIQUE to make this much easier than in daysTable past and will sewJust together very quickly once cutting complete. DO NOT anything 4. Woven Runner what you need when you setthe a fancy tableiswithout a full table colthcut to cover up before you arrive at camp. Karin will walk you thought the process. You will need 30 fat quarters and that pretty table. You can choose your colors to mix or match with you room. This would be a great gift to have on 8 yards of background fabric for this beauty. Class/Pattern $10 hand for the time you really need a gift to give. Harlene is ready to help! $5.00 2. Sunshine of MyDorothy Soul Tablecloth 55”us x in 55” - This isour a fun be great to take a 5. Travel Case Rice will assist constructing ownpiece traveland casewill for pens, pencils, cutter,onsmall special picnic or use as a throw. Mary will show you how easy it goes together. Using the bright colors rulerf, ectc so we can corral then all in one place. Won’t that be nice!!!This is the one like sold at the auction in makes any day a sunny day! The pattern is in Sept. 2010’s The Quilter Magazine October. Class/Pattern $10 3. Sunny Day Apron— Rhonda Larson is instructing this one and what a great way to make a special gift for someone who loves to cook. These are cute, useful and a fun way to use some special fabric you want to make the most of in order to see the overall pattern. Rhonda is always willing to help in any way she can to make the class interesting. Class/Pattern $10 4. Sew Charmed Pillow 17” square— Once again Frances Harper has came through with something new and useful for us this retreat. It is a beauty and will look great anywhere!! Class/Pattern $10 5. LIBERTY Wall Hanging 15” x 30”– Mary Smith wanted a new banner for on her front door. She liked this so well she wanted to share the pattern. She will use this for Memorial Day, Flag Day, Fourth of July, Veterans Day, etc. Show your pride of Country. Class/Pattern $10 6. Mystery Project—Marie Sines is taking on this one and has a project to surprise us with this retreat. Marie will provide Kits for one $1 each Class $5 See you May 13—17, 2014 for more fun & fellowship ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Deadline for Registration May 1 Come to Horseshoe to make sewing memories. View full color photos of projects at www.yla-youthleadership.org Helpful Hints Just Becausse For perfect matching when machine stitching, use very fine pins and sew over them. Old scraps work well for patterns which suggests antiquity because the patterns have been used for centuries. Quilting with someone makes the time go faster and is a lot more fun!
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