Programs

Get Ready For Our Exciting 2020 Programs!!

 

There is a $5 for guests attending a Presenter's Program

Workshops are $45 with $5 optional for lunch (sandwich, soda, chips and cookie)

 

April 6:

Tammy Silvers will be our program guest lecturer (Monday) and workshop (Sunday).   Tammy has been quilting since 1991 and has taught at a variety of quilt shops as well as online.  She designs and self-publish quilt patterns under the label Tamarinis.   

     https://www.tamarinis.com/

Her workshop will be on April 5th on her Guided Improv.  If you haven't already signed up contact Karen Gornall at kargornall@aol.com.

 

May 4:

Our program will be a fabric dyeing demonstration.  Also, those orphan blocks that you have been bringing in to the Jan/Feb/March meetings will be distributed - more to come on what happens next!  (What in the world are we going to do with all these random orphans blocks???  Just wait!)

 

June 1:

Our Make and Take event!  More to come on what we will be making.  We will also have a Pot Luck with heavy hor' d'oeuvers and desserts for this meeting.  During this meeting we will also be passing out Chicken Challenge directions (What?  Chicken Challenge???  Stay tuned for more information about this fun event!)  

 

 July 6:

This meeting will be our Charity Sew In.  

 

August 3:

Sylvia Schaefer will be our program guest lecturer and workshop.

 

September 7:

Pillow Case Challenge.  We are challenging other Atlanta guilds - which guild can contribute the most to a worthy charity?

 

October 5:

CLUE Challenge Reveal.  Also our Chicken Challenge Fashion Show (remember the instructions we passed out in June - now all your chickens are coming home to roost - pun intended!) .  We will also be returning our Orphan Block finished projects (remember those Orphan Blocks we passed out in April?)

 

November 2:

Work in Progress for our program this month

 

December 7:

Holiday Party! 

 

2020 Programs we have already enjoyed:

 

January 6:

We will present our annual business meeting.  Also during this meeting we will have our Garage Sale (several of our members will be offering quilt related items for sale - an event not to be missed to pick up patterns, books, and tools).  We will also be drawing our Clues for our 2020 Challenge based on the boardgame Clue.  Will you be Miss Scarlet, in the Library, with the lead pipe?  (There will be two Challenge categories: pieced and applique).   Also, bring your orphan blocks for an event scheduled later in the year.

 

February 3:

Roger Winchell will be presenting our February guest lecturer and workshop.  If you haven't seen his quilts check out his website:  http://www.hequilts.com.  Also, bring your orphan blocks for an event scheduled later in the year.

 

March 2: 

Back by popular demand - Techniques Stations.  Check back for a list of stations we will have available to help you learn some of those more challenging techniques we all need as quilters.  Also, bring your orphan blocks for an event scheduled later in the year.