|The July Phoebe meeting will feature Sharon Martin's "About Me" presentation, including her love for all things Parisian. You won't want to miss seeing her French-themed treasures and hearing about her adventures in Paris.|
Calendar of Events for 2014
August 21, Board Meeting, 5:30 P.M., Alameda Education Office. All members in good standing are invited to attend the board meeting to be held the hour preceding the monthly meeting.
August 21, Phoebe Monthly Meeting, 6:30 P.M., Alameda County Office of Education, 313 W. Winton, Hayward. The exchange postcard theme will be "Portugal." Please bring your Nola Hart pattern doll for the library exhibit to the meeting (may bring 2 dolls per person).
September 2014, Phoebe Doll Exhibit at the Castro Valley Library, 3600 Norbridge off Redwood Road.
September 1 (Labor Day), Danville Antique and Art Faire, Danville. Downtown from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. More than 50 vendors.
September 26, 27 and 28, Pleasanton Quilt, Craft and Sewing Festival, Alameda County Fairgrounds, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
October 2014, Roxanne Padgett's Surface Design Workshop. Contact Stephanie at email@example.com for details and to sign up.
October 16 through 19, Pacific International Quilt Festival, Santa Clara Convention Center. Thursday through Saturday from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M, Sunday 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Admission $15 (I$13 on Sunday).www.quiltfest.com.
December 2014, Annual Christmas Window Display at the Book Shop in Hayward. Stay tuned for more details.
The quarterly challenge was due at the June meeting. Mary had handed out a brown-skinned cloth doll and some fabric for participants to make a doll, or anything they wished.
|Stephanie sculpted the most adorable cat face and paws on her doll and dressed her in a kitty-pretty dress.|
|Anne used the cloth body to create more than one doll.|
Each one was so original and clever.
|Tani sculpted and painted a beautiful face on her doll and dressed her in ethnic garb.|
|Suzanne designed a very cute outfit for her doll, topped with curly fiber hair.|
|Zanaib chose to deconstruct her challenge doll and fashioned a cloth necklace instead. Something she can wear... |
not just set on a shelf. Clever girl!
Show and Tell
Several people brought show and tell items to the meeting but had packed them away before pictures could be taken. Below are a few examples of the necklaces Donna made and sold at the ProArts Open Studios in Alameda. They are made from stuffed fabric yoyos.