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By LOIS SCOTT
Springhouse Quilters held their day group monthly meeting on Nov. 9 and at the end of the meeting there were several show and tell items on display. Mary Rawlins displayed one of the show and tell items. It was a quilt she made while visiting her daughter in Tennnessee this summer. They together attended classes at the Campbell Art School. She and daughter both made a version of the old standby quilt, Log Cabin design.
The main difference was that color and width of strips was not always a problem. As the class progressed, there were many selections of fabric from a scrap pile, and after the strips were added to the blocks they were cut and rejoined as necessary to make the selection of fabric appear equal.
Springhouse Quilters always enjoy a social time together and sharing many quilting patterns and tips. The social time is before the monthly business meeting and is always filled with interesting quilting stories and enjoying a short tea and coffee time together.
Springhouse Quilters have both a day group and a night group of quilters. The night quilting group is designed for those who work and cannot attend the day session. In both the night and day group, there are approximately 110 members. During the meetings on Nov. 9, there were 55 members in attendance.
For information on Springhouse Quilters, contact Lois Scott, 463-2207.