We managed to keep the snow away on Saturday, November 15, and have a fun time at our Annual Meeting.
During the business meeting, the current President (Mary Spence), Secretary (Debbi Scheufler), and Treasurer (Susie Wood), all of whom were unopposed, were re-elected. Then, Betsy Blodgett of Indygo Junction – and our former Education VP – treated us to a trunk show of purses, totes, and other creative items from Indygo Junction
Saturday, November 15th, 10:00 a.m.
Join us on Saturday, November 15, 2014 for the Annual Meeting and Election. Our program for this year's meeting will feature Betsy Blodgett, who will host a Chapter Fashion Show. Betsy, a long-time Kansas City ASG member, is with Indygo Junction Patterns and Crafts, Amy Barickman Designs. She will be bringing garments constructed from Indygo Junction patterns, which attendees may model. Or, you are welcome - and encouraged - to wear something you have made from any pattern in the fashion show.
Please welcome new CAB members: Christy Zehnder, Membership; Debbi Scheufler, Secretary; Judy Rouse, Community Service; Mary Meyer, Publicity; and Meg Green, Website Manager.
A few more members must attend tomorrow's Annual Meeting or return proxy ballots to reach a quorum.
Let us know if you will be attending, or submit your proxy ballot, if you will not be there.
The Annual Meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. at Roeland Park Community Center, 4850 Rosewood Drive, Roeland Park, KS 66205.
If you plan to attend, please email Betsy Blodgett at email@example.com by the end
of the day on November 5, 2013, letting her know you will be present. If you cannot attend, please vote using the proxy ballot available on the website. Ballots must be returned to Robin Pruitt no later than November 5, 2013. Her address appears at the bottom of the ballot, which can be accessed in the Members Only section of the Kansas City ASG website. Use the password (LoveToSew2013) to enter the Members Only section of the site, and print the ballot from the link at the top of the page.
Bring your favorite dish to share at the potluck dinner beginning at 6:00, followed by the business meeting and election, then the highlight of the evening – a presentation by Kim Eichler-Messmer, an
Assistant Professor of Fiber at the Kansas City Art Institute. See the Fall Newsletter for details about Kim’s impressive background and accomplishments. We are sure to learn a great deal!
See you there!
Don't miss the first Design Your Dream Prom Dress contest webinar this Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 7:30pm Central Time. This is the first in a monthly series of webinars to learn the ins and outs of creating a prom dress design and getting it to market. The webinar will take about 30 minutes and will end with a live Q&A with Robin Spindt from Attitude Couture. Prior to the webinar, you can listen to the first training video, located in the ASG Online! members area.
This contest and webinar is open to all Junior ASG members age 14-22. To learn more about the contest, visit DesignYourDreamPromDress.com.
September 14, 10am
Midwest Geneolgy Center
3440 S Lee's Summit Rd
Nellie Don: A Stitch in Time
September 15 2pm
Central Library/Kansas Public Library
14 W 10th Street
Kansas City, MO
We Were Hanging by a Thread
Ann Brownfield, Curator of the Kansas City Garment District Musuem
Thanks to the great response to the new Garment Group, we have had to
revisit our meeting day in order to get a bigger room at a location that
also has good parking. Ultimately, we are targeting the second Tuesday of
the month but we had to choose a different date for May based on room
Johnson County Central Resource Library (large meeting room)
9875 W. 87th Street
Overland Park, KS 66212
Dates / Topics:
Wednesday, May 1 - Roundtable on Machines (sewing/serger/coverstitch). Be
prepared to discuss what you have used, pros and cons, what would you buy
again.or not, etc.
Tuesday, June 11 - Roundtable on Notions. Bring your three (or more!)
favorite notions to share with the group. Also, if you have a notion that
you aren't sure how to use, bring it for group input.
Tuesday, July 9 - Roundtable on Fabric Resources. Be prepared to discuss
your favorite resources for fabrics. We will discuss and compile a list to
share out with the group.
Meeting time will remain from 6:30-8:30pm.
If you would like to be added to our email distro.or if you have any
questions.please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you soon!
Christy Zehnder and Jill Moore
I hope you are enjoying the arrival of Spring and it's glorious weather. I have a few updates about our spring events. As some of you know, the Linda Lee workshop for March had to be rescheduled because of snow issues. The new date is set for May 18th, and there are a few spaces open if anyone would like to sign up. The fee is only $25, which includes lunch and a full day of sewing!
We have had a great response to the Kansas City Ballet tour, so much so, that it is now full. We may have to schedule another tour sometime, since everyone was so excited about it.
We have another great event scheduled this Spring. We will be touring the Garment District Museum on Saturday June 1st at 10am, followed by lunch at the Majestic Steakhouse. Sign up by May 4th for the earlybird fee of $20, after that is $25 for members, $30 for nonmembers.
The Southeastern group meeting for April is on Saturday 20th from 9 am until 2 or so at Fabric Recycles in Lee's Summit to do our community projects. We will bring our fabric to do pajamas, slippers, blankets or such. We also will be doing the 2 zipper purse for ourselves if we have time.
We are not meeting on the 17th.