On Thursday August 13, Scraps and Threads, enjoyed a beautiful summer day at the Tobacco Valley Historical Village in Eureka. This was only the second meeting since the state’s shut down in March. Under the shade of the willow, guild members discussed upcoming events while eating lunch. This is a practical meeting place for the next month but probably not beyond. The guild will need to find a new meeting place. The drawing for Scraps and Threads’ raffle quilt was postponed until next year. Tickets for this one of a kind quilt are available from guild members. The drawing for the raffle quilt will be in August 2021. Taking a break from mask production, many guild members entered their quilts in the recent outdoor quilt show. The meeting concluded with show and tell that included quilts, table runners, place-mats, and hot pads.
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