Tuesday, December 22, 2009

December meeting

Greetings and Salutations, 
A short meeting was held introducing the 2010 Board: 
*** President: Vickie Becker * Vice President: Jennifer Drake * Secretary: Helen Cherry * Treasurer: Rhonda Dobek ***
Looks like a Great Board for the New Year. Be sure to come and check it out. We are looking forward to yet another 
stellar 2010 Pueblo West Quilters year!
Great big THANKS to the Retiring Board from 2009 – Mary Richardson, Patsy Morris, Krystal Martinez, and Vickie Becker.
A Fat Quarter drawing (Uglies) was won by Carla.
Congrats! To the Christmas Committee, that would be Kris, Janet and Cheryl, for the awesome Party…all we had to do was pay, come and bring a gift (if you wanted to play-so to speak)
Door Prizes were given and there were a lot of them – those receiving were: Faye, Rene, Sue, Barbara, Sally, Cherry, Marilyn, Sandra, Lynda, Mary Anne, June, Alta, Violet, Joey, Jo – WOW that was a lot of prizes and it was a fun time.  
Block of the Month for January was an Embroidered Snow Man given out by Joey to be done in blue thread on a white or white-on-white 12 ½ by 12 ½ block.
The dinner was great, check out the pictures, lots of food, ziti, meatballs, chicken, salad, vegetable medley topped off with a dessert made by our Janet, Kris, Cheryl aka ‘The Christmas Committee’
Our usual Raffle Drawings was also held and went to Linda, Virginia, Sandy.
Annual LUV Quilt Drawing went to Dawn – who if you look back thru the photo you will see made some gorgeous quilts and by the way there were 60 LUV QUILTS DONATED IN 2009! Did I hear a cheer??? Hooray to all who participated.
The Gift Exchange was next and there were a few rules, Simple but fun, those who brought gifts were given a number and then got to choose a gift in that order. (Now the fun part) When the gift is chosen and opened; then it can be stolen, the second person can then steal any previously opened gift or choose a never been opened from the table. Thank goodness for the little caveat that any gift can only be stolen 3 times. 
We were to make or purchase a ‘kit’ pattern and enough fabric to accomplish the pattern – some of those received that I remember were: Stain Glass Tree Quilt, Root of the Madder Tote, This & Thank Starry Night, Jelly Roll and Pattern, Star Table Runner, Quick N EZ Table Runner, Christmas Snow Wall Quilt, Years to come Table runner, Let it Snow Tote with thread, Thangles with Greens and Yellows, Sweet N Sour Table Runner, Holly Pattern with 12 Petal Flower Design, (sigh) there were many more – and it was fun to watch the progression of the ‘stealing’ 
All in all it was a wonderful evening and a great culmination of the 2009 Pueblo Quilt Guild meetings. 
Many Thanks to the board for yet another great year and
to the Christmas Committee for taking on a big job and doing it in style!

Saturday, November 7, 2009

November Meeting 2009

Greetings and Salutations,
The November Meeting was a really busy one...the 2-Color Quilt Challenge had many entries see the photos below - also the Auction was held during/after the meeting - it was a busy night.
See more photos on the Shutterfly Photos link at the left....

Viewers choice winner was:

Sunday, October 25, 2009






October 3, 2009 Meeting

President Mary Richardson called the meeting to order. S

Secretary & Treasurers report were moved and 2nd as approved.

The roster needs to be checked  by members at each meeting for accuracy and or updates.

Silent Auction........Very few items have been received if enough items are not donated the auction will be cancelled  Oct 24 and held at our regular Nov meeting.

Bom demo/ paper pieced Day & Night was given by Crystal. Blocks are to be made in one light/one dark batiks.

Very informative Binding demos were given by Katya and Crystal.

Next Meeting.............. MONDAY+++NOVEMBER  2

Thursday, September 24, 2009

September 14, 2009

Mary Richardson called the meeting to order on September 14, 2009 at our new location Solid Ground Restaurant 412 South McCulloch Blvd.

Block of the month was a simple nine patch Red/White/Black. Blocks were won by Jeanne and Mary.  Alta Swaine gave a demo for the October block of the month Sunbonnet Sue. 

There were many beautiful quilts for  Sew and Share. You can view all images on the Shutterfly link at the left.

Monday, August 24, 2009

We have moved

Greetings Quilters,
Just a reminder to all of you WE HAVE MOVED!!! Meeting September 14,
2009 will be at the Solid Ground Restaurant, 412 S McCulloch Blvd in
Pueblo West. If you are coming from the  West on HWY 50 turn right at McCulloch stop
light, go past the Vectra bank( on your left,) past Deli Dave's( on
your left), there will be a row of connected businesses on your
left, Solid Ground will be the first you will see, ( on your left),
you can park in the back or the front.
If you are coming  from the East on HWY 50 turn left at the McCulloch stop light
then follow directions above.

The Sept. meeting will be a work night. Bring your machines if you
wish. I will be giving a Demo on how to trace your enlarged picture
for the Silhouette quilts. Supply list will be emailed to you around
or after Labor Day.

Have a good Labor Day weekend.
Our President Mary will be presiding at the Sept meeting.

Vice President-Patsy

Pueblo West Quilter's

Secretary's Report

August 4, 2009

 Vice President Patsy Morris called the meeting to order at 7:00pm at
the Ecumenical Church of Pueblo West. Patsy was filling in for Mary
due to out of state guests. Patsy welcomed members and three guests:
Roberta Gonzales, Marcia St. Clair, and Sandra Barringer.

Secretary Report: A copy was sent out by email, postal mail, and can
be found on our blog: www.pueblo-west-quilters.blogspot.com. Motion to
approve was made by Judy and 2nd by Katya.

 Treasurer's Report: Vicki reported a balance of $2,134.98. Motion to
approve was made by Sue and 2nd by Evie.

 Old Business:

A new location for the PWQ meeting has been found by Mary and Patsy-
Solid Ground Restaurant located at 412 S Mcculloch Blvd. The owner
will not charge a rental fee in return that PWQ patronage the business
(please mention that you are a member of PWQ).

There is a large banquet room that holds up to 100 people. There are
tables and chairs already available and electrical outlets. The
kitchen will NOT be available, so refreshments need to be cookies or
such and drinks (keep simple). The board members would like to donate
$25/month for September, October, and November to the restaurant.
Monday nights are available for our meeting.

A vote was conducted for approval of new location- Majority voted in
favor of new location.

A vote was also conducted for the meeting to return to Monday nights-
Majority voted in favor for meetings to return to Monday nights.

A vote was also conducted to move the time to 6:30 or to keep at 7:00-
Majority voted to keep the meeting time at 7:00pm.

 Patsy informed everyone that the September meeting will be held at
7:00pm Monday September 14th(due to Labor day) at the Solid Ground

 Patsy informed everyone that we will still be donating the quilt to
the Ecumenical Church due to the fact that we have been at the church
for almost a year and have not been paying any rent. The quilt was
presented to members after it had been quilted by Mari Pretzer.

The silent auction will still be at the Ecumenical Church Saturday,
October 24th.

 Vicki informed members that the Fon's & Porter magazine is still
offering the renew/buy subscriptions where $5 goes to the guild.

 Christmas Committee: The committee explained to members the plans for
the party:

Party will be at Rosario's Restaurant 2930 N Elizabeth on Dec 1st,
2009. Dinner will be at 6:30, can arrive at 6:00pm. Members who would
like to attend are asked to pay $7.50, Guest fee $22.00. Please RSVP
and pay Vicki. The committee also presented in lieu of the voluntary
gift exchange, Members who would like to participate, make up a
favorite table runner kit (around $20), print pattern and buy the
fabric needed for the kit.

 New Business:

Patsy ask for volunteers-need 3, for the Nominating Committee for 2010
Board. Katya, Alta, and Jeanne volunteered. They will be getting in
touch with all members to see who is interested.

President Mary will be back in September

The September program will be provided by Patsy demo Silhouette
technique/ Sew night for silent auction items

Fat 1/4 drawing for September will be purples and lavenders

 BOM: Presented for Mary by Patsy and Crystal
Simple 9-patch done in red, white, and black- 3 1/2 squares. Colors
can be in any random pattern.

 Pick 2 Challenge:
Crystal presented the "pick 2" challenge to members. Member who wanted
to participate were asked to pick 2 crayon colors from a bag. Those
two colors must be used in a item that must not exceed 30" X 30".
Members may also use black and/or white. Rules and instructions were
also passed out. A viewer's choice prize will be given.

Fat 1/4- 24 kid's prints- Rachel;Name tag- Joann;BOM- 16 Indian mat blocks- Jennifer;In-house- Renee, Janet, Crystal

 LUV Quilts:


Alta- Grand Champion blue bonnet quilt;Vicki- snow ball, baby quilt, purple star quilt;Patsy-baby quilt, baby fairy quilt, antique quilt;Janet- Wounded Warriors quilt;Crystal- 3 stooges quilt, rwb quilt, pillowcase;Charlotte-paper pieced table topper;Jennifer-grandmother's cross stitch quilt; Jean- snowball quilt;Sue-author autographed quilts, Colorado romance novels;Sandy- horse quilt, aprons;Evie-applique pillows, paper pieced wall hangings, folded fabric wall hanging
 Meeting was adjourned to enjoy refreshments and our demo provided by
Joey Snow- Quilted cutting mat and tool bag.
Submitted by,
Crystal Martinez, Secretary

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

August Meeting

Greetings and Salutations,

The August Meeting was great as usual! Our VP Patsy stood in for our President who had guests from out of town. The word is she will be back in charge next month.

We are moving our meeting back to the first Monday of each month (with exceptions of course of Holidays) So the next meeting which will be September 14th (that Holiday thing) followed by October 5th and November 2nd.

The meetings will be held at the Solid Ground Restraunt at 412 S McCulloch Blvd for our out of town members and guests this location is approximately 1.5 miles South on McCulloch Blvd from the traffic light at Hwy 50 (that is where the Wal Mart is)

On to fun things....see the photos - click on the 'PWQ 2009 Photo Albums' link on the top left of the page. This link houses all the 2009 photos also - enjoy! Of course as usual there are a few shown here also.

Sew and Share was fun as usual - see - -

Things I got from the meeting:

1) Silent Auction coming - get ready!
2) next months Fat Quarter Drawing will be Purples and Lavenders

3) Block of the month colors for next month is Black, White and Red

4) Nominations are coming, there was a call for a committee...think about it - this could be fun

5) The Christmas Party is starting to 'shape up' thanks to the committee members - they said some fun things

6) Fons and Porter Subscriptions (prescriptions for some of us) are still available - talk with Vicki

7) September Program will be on a Silhouette Quilt by Patsy, more info to come
8) A Club Challenge has started - this could be very interesting and fun! - oh so fun - we chose 2 colors (crayons from a bag), those 2 are all you can use - plus black and/or white - so maxim of 4 colors, the rest of the rules were given out on a piece of paper - there will be a Viewer's Choice Award.

Our program was a Demo of a Quilting Tool Bag by Joey - we got a lot of helpful hints and a fun presentation of the Bag Joey had made to house her Cutting equipment when going to and from a sewing class or sewing group.
Good job - Joey!!!

Monday, August 3, 2009


Hello Quilters,
Another month gone and it's almost time for our meeting again!!! WOW how time flies when we are busy quilting!!
Joey Snow will be giving a demo at the Aug 4th meeting. We will be sending out supply info to you shortly.
The fat quarter drawing for August will be bright colored Juvenile/children's prints.
Check out the blog for the link to the BOM if you did not receive it in an email. I am assuming everyone did get it as we did not get any emails back. Those who do not have email were sent a copy in the mail.
The board has a fun challenge project for you to do at home. We will announce it at our next meeting. 
See you all in August.
Patsy VP


  Patsy Morris called the meeting to order at 7:05pm. Mary Richardson was back and sitting in at the meeting. Patsy welcomed two guests at tonight's meeting: Marsha and Rose and welcomed returning members. 

  Secretary's report: A copy was sent out by email and postal mail and can be found at our blog: www.pueblo-west-quilters.blogspot.com. Motion to approve was made by Katya and second by Betty. 

  Treasurer's Report: A detailed spreadsheet can be found at check-in. Vicki reported a balance of $2,224,98. Motion to approve was made by Renee and second by Cheryl. 

  Old Business:  
Relocation committee still looking for possible new location. Chris Magan informed that the Shriner's Club out-too expensive.
Relocation committee consists of Alta, Violet, and Jeanne- if anybody has any ideas please contact any of them. 
Sew Saturday- Held June 27Th on paper piecing. 18 signed up and only six showed. 
Those who attended showed their finished Hunter's Star blocks. Charlotte showed a finished quilt.
Please be working on your items for our silent auction-we will be having a sew night to work on those items.

New Business: 
August meeting will be a presentation by Joey Snow- she will demo a tote for your cutting mats. Joey will be sending out info for fabric requirements.
Rocky Mountain Quilt Fest will be July 9Th-July 11Th
Any one who makes a quilt for Quilts of Valor or Wounded Warriors can now receive a charm to hang on your name tag.  
Church quilt was presented to members- Mari Pretzer will be quilting

BOM: Due to Jennifer's absence the BOM demo will be sent out later 
LUV Quilts 
Mattie- 2 QOV donation quilts, Dawn, Helen, Mary
Patsy- Son's fisherman grad quilt 
Judy- 50 state flower quilt, 2 quilts made from left over fabric from church quilt 
Chris Magan- appliqued baby quilt 
Janet- wounded warrior quilt, paper pieced blocks, butterfly paper pieced quilt panel 
Alta- giraffe pillow and quilt, snowball quilt, horse quilt, Dick & Jane quilt, sun-bonnet Sue quilt 

  Mari and Joey presented Mary Richardson the Colorado beauty quilt made by the PWQ in memory of Mary's granddaughter Lyndsi.

BOM- Faye 18 red, white, & blue blocks
Name tag- Katya
Fat 1/4- Janet 28 red, white, & blue fat 1/4's
In-House- Cheryl, Elberta, Joey

  Meeting was adjourned by Patsy to enjoy the ice cream social and drinks provided by the board and to work on the snow ball quilts. 
Submitted by, 
Crystal Martinez, Secretary

Tuesday Demo by Joey

I have outlined my presentation for a demo, which will last about 20 minutes and then having the rest of the time for sewing the cutting mat carriers together. Here is a guideline of what members will need to bring if they want to assemble a bag that evening. Measurements are "rough" as cutting mats vary in size and each will need to measure their mat and then decide what size is needed. If anyone is planning on sewing that evening they will need to prequilt their main bag and interior pieces together. I.e. sandwhich the main fabric/batting and backing (interior) and quilt. Do this twice to create a front and back. I will be giving some of "my" tips on quilting/binding/and strap making. I hope it is helpful.
For Main Bag and Interior
Cut 2 for exterior and 2 for interior - (Measure your mat and add 2" to the length and width i.e. my mat measures 14x23 so I will cut my fabric 16x25) 
cut two pieces as sized above (again, mine will be 16x25)
2 pieces 4x70 (obviously you will need to piece your fabric to get the 70" AND if your mat is larger you will need to add additional length. But I don't think you will need more than 2 pieces that are 4x 120 or so for a larger mat)
Handle Interfacing
2 pieces 1" x 70 or longer
Binding (DOES NOT have to be bias)
1 3/4" strips for along the top of the bag, the bottom and the two sides (for mine I will need about 125" cut from pieces parts)
Pocket (optional) - you decide and just bring some scraps

Please feel free to call me if you have any questions.  

Friday, July 17, 2009

July 7 Meeting

Our meeting this month was short so we could enjoy our ice cream social and have time to sew for those who brought their machines.

  Relocation committee still looking for possible new location. Chris Magan informed that the Shriner's Club out-too expensive.

Relocation committee consists of Alta, Violet, and Jeanee- if any body has any ideas please contact any of them.

  Sew Saturday- Held June 27Th on paper piecing. 18 signed up and only six showed.
  Those who attended showed their finished Hunter's Star blocks. Charlotte showed a finished quilt.

FAT QUARTERS drawing was won by...............Janet Flick  she received 22 Red/white/blue fat qtrs.

 August fat quarter will be  Juvenile/bright happy prints!!!!


was won by Faye Kimball she won 18 Red/white/blue blocks.

Jennifer was absent so BOM was not demonstrated.  If you did not receive or read your email sent out by the club you can go here for the link to the block. The colors are blue & white.


Go here for the block of the month directions.
Hello Ladies, I am so sorry I was unable to make it to the meeting. Please see attached Block I have chose for my Block of the month. My favorite Color is Blue so we will use blue and white as our colors. Thanks for your patience. 
The first row will be light blue print (link shows peach)
Second row will be medium or dark blue (link shows stripes)
Third row will be white on white (link shows rust/peach with circles)
Any questions please contact me.
Jennifer Drake

August meeting will be a presentation by Joey Snow- she will demo a tote for your cutting mats. Joey will be sending out info for fabric requirements.

A guild quilt was presented to our President in memory of her Grand daughter Lyndsi. Each member made a block for the quilt. Several members sewed and sashed the blocks and Mari Pretzer quilted it. 

See you all at the August 4th meeting.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

2009 June Sew Saturday

The June Sew Saturday was fun - fun if you were not there you missed a good time. The instructors, Charlotte and Patsy were GREAT!

Here are the blocks that were started....what a great variety....just think what you too could do!

See the remainder of the photos - click on the "PWQ 2009 Photo Albums" link on the left side of the screen. Enjoy!

Friday, June 26, 2009


Greetings Quilters,

 Our next meeting is..........July 7, 2009 at the Church the theme is "Christmas in July" with an ice cream social.

Our Sew Saturday is only two days away!!! If you want to come but haven't signed up that's okay, you can still come. We just needed to know "about" how many paper piecing patterns to copy off for you. Sew Sat starts at 9:30 and runs till 1:00 you may get finished before that but if not bring a snack or sack lunch.

The fat quarter drawing for July will be Patriotic RED/WHITE/BLUE. Any of those colors or combinations will be fine. Stars and stripes will also work well.

 Don't forget to bring your favorite topping for our ice cream social and your sewing machine for our Snowball Quilt, please have it cut out and ready to sew. It does not have to be Christmas fabric however we thought it would be a fun way to have a Christmas Quilt ready by Christmas if we started on them in July. The Old World Snowball pattern fit with Christmas in July.


Just to let those of you who were not at the June meeting know..........the board has set up a "relocation committee" to work on finding a place to move so that we will not keep getting bumped from our room or having to share with other groups at the same time. Alta, Jeanne and Violet are working on other facilities. If anyone knows of a place "large" enough for us please let one of the board members or relocation committee know. 

Our President will remain on a leave of absence through July and possibly August. Mary thinks she will be up to coming to the July meeting if only for a short time. She is working on her snowball quilt, and I was happy to see that!! 
See you all at the July 7 meeting.
Pueblo West Quilter's

June 2, 2009

Secretary's Report


Vice President Patsy Morris called the meeting to order at 7:00pm at the Ecumenical Church of Pueblo West. Due to the sudden death of Mary Richardson's granddaughter, Patsy will be filling in for Mary. Mary will be taking a leave of absence and she will be back.

 After welcoming two guest: Becky and Audra, Patsy also welcomed our guest speaker for tonight's program Nani from Nala's Quiltique in fountain.

 SECRETARY'S REPORT: The minutes were sent out via email, postal and could be found on our blog site. Motion for approval was made by Evie and 2ND by Katya.

TREASURER'S REPORT: A detail spreadsheet could be found at the desk with check-ins. Vicki reported a balance of $2,230.98. Motion for approval was made by Judy and 2ND by Dawn.


  The donation church quilt is at Mari Pretzer's.
  Sew Saturday June 27Th 9:30am-1:00pm Charlotte and Patsy will be demonstrating Paper Piecing- Hunter's Star ( the room has been guaranteed) PLEASE SIGN-UP if interested. A supply list is available. Open to members and guests.
  Christmas committee is in need of more help if you are interested please see Cheryl or Janet.
Joanne Allen , June Bush and Kris Bodor signed up to help. 
  Vicki announced that Fons and Porter is offering again $20 subscription and $5 of that goes to the guild and Fons and Porter is offering also gifts along with your paid subscription.  



 July Meeting- Work night- "Christmas in July" and ice cream social. Patsy presented and passed out the pattern "old world snowball"and fabric requirements. Please have fabric pre-cut. The pattern also has yardage requirements if you don't want to use fat 1/4's.


Patsy asked for an open discussion due to the scheduling problems we have been experiencing with the church. Patsy and Vicki went looking for another location.

  Do we want to move to another night/ location?
  At the new library- rooms are big enough for our group, we can't have our auction there, no sew saturdays, have to be OUT at 9pm.
  VFW charges $60/hr
  Sun Haven- no heat
  PW high school?
  Shriners- ? , charge?

Patsy asked for volunteers to look for another location. Majority voted that is feasible to move.

Requirements for new location:

  1st monday/tuesday of the month
  large enough for 45-60 people
  table and chairs- do we have to set up/ take down
  can we have our silent auction
  can we have sew saturdays
  enough electrical outlets available
Alta, Violet and Jeanne volunteered to be the "relocation" committee.


BOM DEMO- presented by Cheryl Eaton 9 1/2' unfinished Churn Dash Block

  colors- red, white, and blue



Judy Visalli and Mattie Taylor 6 strip quilts

Katya- blue and yellow harmony quilt



BOM- Velma jean and Jeanne

Fat 1/4's- Chris Magan 32 christmas fat 1/4's

Name tag- Crystal

IN-house drawing- Cheryl Eaton, Evie, Sandy



Patsy- wounded warriors quilt presented to Janet Flick

Janet-Attic window xmas present, UFO- grocery bags

Heidi- flannel bears and moose quilt

Judy Burrell- tote

Jo Glenn- tote
Meeting adjourned at 8:30pm to enjoy our presentation by NaLa's Quiltique and the circle cutter

 Submitted by Crystal Martinez




Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Pueblo West Quilters June Meeting

The meeting was conducted by Vice President Patsy.

Mary, our President will be taking a leave of absense.

Coming on June 27th is our Sew Saturday 9:30 to 1:00 information was given out for those who were signed up - If you were not in attendance and wish to join please call Patsy (see your roster for the correct number) for the Supply List & to make sure your name is on the sign-up sheet.

Next month we will be having "Christmas in July" and Ice Cream Social and sew night. We will be making a Christmas quilt.  A pattern was given out. The name of the pattern is Old-World Snowballs. Do not forget to have all the cutting completed and ready to start sewing - See the photo of the one Patsy completed already! You go girl!

Here is the link to the pattern if you were not at the last meeting. 


With pre-cutting it should be quick - should be fun!

We saw several LUV Quilts come in - these will definitely be put to good use.

See the Photo link - it has moved to the upper left side of the Blog Site - for the pictures.

We saw a couple of Sew and Share items. Very Nice! - again see the Photo link.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

TuesdayJune 2, 2009 Meeting

The meeting will be held in the sanctuary of the church. Go through the double doors and straight into the sanctuary.  

No refreshment will be served this time. Everything else will remain the same. 

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

President's Newsletter

Pueblo West Quilt Guild Newsletter

Next meeting June 2nd 7P.M.

Ecumenical Church

Hello Ladies,

Another new member!!! That makes me happy. Welcome to all of you.

The fat quarters for this month are Christmas. One person will win them all.

The block of the month is called Rose Bud. Hope we have many. The block for July

will be demonstrated by Cheryl Eaton.

The CARE meeting will be at the church again this month,this is the last one until Fall.

Then they'll have their own night. So PLEASE don't come very early, About 6:45 or so.

That way they can clear out.

Along with the icecream social in July, we will be having a sew night. Christmas in July.

You will be given a pattern, so you can have the pieces all cut and ready to sew.

Nalas from Fountain will be doing our program in June. Looking forward to having them with us.

Don't forget sew Saturday June 27th. Charlotte and Patsy will be teaching paper piecing. So bring fabric, machine and sewing essentials. You will be given a pattern and the paper. This should be a fun day. So many of you want to learn paper piecing.

 Bring snacks or lunch and something to drink.

I hope you are working on things for the auction, at least thinking of what you're going to do. It will be sneaking up on us.

 We still have guild pins for $4.00. We'd like to have everyone own one.

Mari Pretzer has the quilt for the church, she will be quilting it. Judy did a great job sewing it together.

 I'll be seeing you soon.

Monday, May 18, 2009

2009 - May - Meeting

May 2009 Meeting

The May meeting begins.

Lots of fun things to inspire us to achieve what we can in a months time……

Block of the Month that were raffled turned out awesome!

Block of the Month for the June Meeting has great possibilities! Thanks for the instruction.

LUV Quilts come in each month and are sent to some GREAT organizations for appropriate distribution!

Sew and Share is almost sensory overload! Such great quilts and projects!

As always we get a Snack break (kind of like Kindergarden) and time to interact with one another.

The program by Carolyn Collette – Table Runner – hmmm did you try it yet??? Looks good and appears to be easily accomplished.
Do not forget to check below to see all the photos taken : Use the "PWQ Photos in Shutterfly" link, choose PWQ 2009 Photo Albums - it contains all of the 2009 photos...ENJOY!