Area 3 Chapters

Area 3 Chapters in the beautiful state of Maine:


*Bog Hooters Quilters-Mechanic Falls area
*Chickadee Quilters-Bridgton Area
*Classic Quilters of Lewiston-Auburn Area
*Country Aire Quilters-Turner Area
*Country Square Quilters-North Jay/Wilton Area
*Cross Country Quilters-Bethel Area
*Grammy's Choice Quilters-Canton Area
*Ladies of the Lake Quilters-Peru/Rumford/Dixfield Area
*Lisbon Krazy Kwilters-Lisbon Area
*Pine Needle Quilters-Norway/South Paris Area
*Scraps and Patches Quilters-Poland Area
*Village Scrappers Quilters-Livermore Area


Friday, June 13, 2014

Maine Quilts Live Auction

Your assistance with promoting the Live Auction Event, benefiting Maine Cancer Foundation at Maine Quilts, would be much appreciated!

Friday, July 25 at 7:30 p.m.(no admission fee)or come for the banquet at 6:30 p.m. found on your Workshop and Event registration form.

http://mainequilts.org/Quilt_Show/MQ14/MQ14_WorkshopEventRegistration.pdf 

http://www.mainequilts.org/ as well as the Event page http://mainequilts.org/Quilt_Show/Auction.html. Wait until you see what has been donated just for you! Come join us! Bid high!
 



Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Lime Sorbet Margaritas

Need to cool down? Try this tempting treat...


LIME SORBET MARGARITAS

Printed from COOKS.COM



1 lime, cut into 8 wedges
1/4 cup sugar
2 pints lime sorbet
1/2 cup tequila

Rub the lime wedges around the rims of 8 stemmed glasses. Place the sugar on a small plate. Turn each glass upside down and dip the rims in the sugar to coat.

Place 2 scoops of sorbet in each glass and pour 1 tablespoon of tequila over each. Serve with a spoon.
For a non-alcoholic, kid-friendly version of the Lime Sorbet Margaritas, replace the tequila for each glass with 2 tablespoons lemon-lime soda.

Quilting Tip of the Week 6.12.14



I don't know about you, but I scratch myself every time I use straight pins to hold down my bindings while sewing. While the regular quilting binding clips are so expensive, it's time to think outside of the box.

Check out these two options from the local dollar store--simple bobby pins and hair clips. Both work equally as well as the other options and save you money. You can use the small bobby pins on smaller projects while saving those larger pins for your quilts. Look Mom, no more scratches! :)