Ann Morton with the Violet Protest is our guest speaker this month.
What is the Violet Protest and how did it all get started? This month’s speaker will be Zooming with us to tell us all about it.
A little info: The Violet Protest is a pubic effort to send 50 hand-made textile squares to each and every member of Congress in support of these core American values: Civility and Respect, Citizenship, Compromise, Country over party and corporate influence, courage, candor, compassion, and creativity.
That means that they will need 26,750 red and blue 8” x 8”
squares. They will be exhibited at Phoenix Art Museum in 2021.and 50 will be sent to each and every senator and representative of the new 117th Congress of the United States in late 2021. THE DEADLINE FOR FINISHED SQUARES IS NOVEMBER 15, 2020. Think about volunteering to make some blocks.
Join us this month and encourage your quilting friends to join us. This event is free for all BNMQG members. To purchase a guest pass for the July meeting, please use the PayPal button below.
For more information about Ann Morton and the Violet Protest:
- Website: violetprotest.com for the project – learn more details about the project and sign up.
- Facebook: facebook.com/thevioletprotest
- Ravelry: ravelry.com/groups/the-violet-protest
- Instagram: @thevioletprotest
JOIN US – Put a reminder in your phone or on your calendar and join us for our monthly meeting on Tuesday night (July 28) from 6 pm – 8 pm via ZOOM. Keep an eye out for your Zoom invitation in your email and the Zoom “room” will open at 5:30 so you can get logged in.
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I will be missing this one, have fun!
On Mon, Jul 27, 2020, 3:11 PM Bloomington/Normal Modern Quilt Guild wrote:
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