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Calendar - 2021 - 2022

VSQ Events

Month Date Description

September

14

No lecture.
Show and Tell.

  • September will be in person

    Please note the temporary new location: St. John’s Episcopal Church, 100 Underhill St., Yonkers.

    While the space is large in terms of social distancing, we ask that you be fully vaccinated and wear a mask.
    We do not have a specific program for this get together – but we will do Show‘n’Tell.
    Bring your lunch. The church will provide coffee and tea.
    Raffle quilt 2022: Rose Fox has volunteered to organize a raffle quilt. She will be distributing fabric kits at the September meeting in the colorway the membership decided on in June.

October

12

Back in person at Westchester Reform Temple
We have an in person meeting with a speaker.
Visitors welcomed as long as they are fully vaccinated and wear a mask.

  • Natalya Khorove

    Repurposing traditional “fabrics” for quilts

November

9

In Person lecture

  • Linda Rettich - Evolution of My Textile Work.

    In Linda’s own words: I am an artist. I design, paint, print, sew, embroider, bead, weave, quilt, collage, and use all of these skills and more to accomplish what I do. Since my retirement from my graphic arts business, I have gone back to some of my old loves: embroidery beading and other textile arts. I love working in one textile area and taking a technique from that area and incorporating it, somehow, into another area where that process was never or rarely used. An example would be taking the most simple form of smocking into the areas of quilts and beadwork. linda rettich design artspan com

December

14

In Person lecture

  • Pat Yamin

    Description: Details in future newsletters.

January

12

  • Members-Teaching Members

    Description: Details in future newsletters.

February

9

via Zoom

March

9

via Zoom