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Birthday groups
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Birthday groups

 

  • Birthday groups are for those interested quilters who want a chance to get to know other quilters by being part of a group that shares a fat quarter on each person's birthday. There will be 12 people per group and you must bewilling to make a one year commitment to this group.
  • If you choose to continue past that time it is up to you as an individual or as a group. My Group is going on their third year together with a few adjustments each year, but so far with  8 original members. We have cultivated some great friendships and even  have our own mini group list through E-Groups which makes communication so simple.
  • My job is to coordinate quilters into groups and give them their list of names, addresses and email addresses, then it's your job to share a little about yourselves and elect a list mom or head quilter for your group. Quiltersbee nor I will be responsible for policing these groups. You will make your own decisions and work together to have fun and become friends. 
  • If you are interested in being part of a Birthday Group then email me with your name, email address, snail mail address and FQ preferences. I'll put you into groups as quickly as possible, so your fun can begin.

    Barbara Whatley 
    quiltermom@ispchannel.com