Quilting Bees

 
 
We have several "bee groups" within the Columbine quilt Guild.  We have been exploring various ideas for future and present bees and their projects.  The following ideas are for possible bee groups:
 
 
 
  1. Mother & Daughter (or Grandmother & Granddaughters) to meet on Saturday or Sunday
  2. Show & Tell & Consult
  3. Bee with Newly Arrived Immigrants
  4. Bee at a VA facility
  5. Bee in a Long Term Care facility
  6. Teaching youth to quilt / sew
  7. Quilters new to Arvada
  8. Long or Mid-arm Quilters Bee
  9. Machine quilting.  Share or rent a machine by the hour and learn how to quilt on a long arm.
  10. Miniatures
  11. EQ 5-7
  12. Bakers - those who love using honeybuns, jelly rolls, cakes, etc. can combine with a Strippers group
  13. Paper piecing
  14. Baby quilts / Children's quilts
  15. Celtic
  16. Sergers - working with and learning about
  17. Bee in Lakewood, evenings or Saturday
 
 
 

2016 NuBees


First official meeting of the NuBees
is just around the corner. All are welcome,
and additional friends are encouraged...

Date: January 19
Time: 1:00—4:00Time
Connie Williams’s Home


 
 
 
 
 

Long Armers Bee

 
 

More Material Girls Bee

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Canyon Quilters Bee

 
 
 
 

2016 Quilts of Valor Bee

This bee meets on the 3rd Monday of each month - January 16, 2016 - at 9:00 am until @ Noon at:

St. Bernadette Church
7240 W 12th Ave.
Lakewood, CO.
 
January focus is to have projects assembled so they can be handed out at the February Guild meeting - which is also our Sew In. 
 
We also request if you know of a service member deserving of one of our quilts, please let us know.  It's wonderful to be able to present a quilt to a local family member or friend.  Thanks!
 
Irma Farrell
 
 
 

BABY / MINI BEE

Sign up for a "baby / mini" bee to focus on a particular skill or technique.  If you have an idea not reflected below, please email Vicky Stricker familystricker@att.net or Cindy Healey cinderstam@comcast.net
 
Baby / Mini Ideas:
 
  1. Broderie erse
  2. Paper piecing
  3. 30's
  4. Florals
  5. Eleanor Burns' tricks
  6. Photo quilts
  7. Designing and making Medallion quilts
  8. Working with Toile
 
 
  

Material Girls Bee

 
 

Block Head Bee

 
 
 
 

Dyer's Bee

 
 

Happy Bees