Programs and Workshops
Board  - Programs: Dawn Minenna & Michele Slaughter / Workshops: Janette Velardi

Sign up for a workshop
at the guild
meeting or by sending an email to the
Workshop coordinator at  Please put
"Workshop" in the subject line.

WORKSHOPS for 2021:

Virtual Workshops:
Catherine Redford
The Wool Applique Experience
Saturday February 27th at 10am
$30 for class, $42 for kit (email to
Learn the techniques to whip stitch wool
applique while working on a small piece
that can be finished into a needle case or
pin cushion.  Use beautiful embroidery
stitches to embellish and add further
dimension to your project.
Sign-up deadline: 02/13/21
Drop in Zoom preview: 7pm 01/18/21

Irene Blanck from Focus on Quilts
Eye Candy Clamshell Workshop
Thursday March 18th at 6:30pm
$45 for class plus
$20 pattern & acrylic
Learn to make clamshells the easy peasy
way with no papers, no grids, no lines, no
background fabric and no stressing!
Sign-up deadline: 02/18/21

Irene Blanck from Focus on Quilts
Matilda Workshop
Friday April 23rd at 6:30pm
$45 for class plus
$15 pattern
In this workshop you will learn how to
choose fabric, make stems, make circles,
practice straight line prep, and needleturn
leaves with curves and those pesky points.
Sign-up deadline: 03/23/21

Until further notice, all workshops will be
held in a virtual format via Zoom.  Some
teachers may include a free drop in
meeting in advance of the class so that you
can test our your ability to connect

Normally, Guild Workshops are open to all
members first and are limited to 20
students, unless otherwise noted.  If
there is space in the class then it will
be open to non-members.

Payment is due at sign up.  There are no
refunds.  If there is no waiting list, you
must find a person to take your place in
order to get a refund.  You can show up
30 minutes prior to the scheduled time to
set up your work area.  You will have 30
minutes following the workshop for clean up.

Full day workshops include lunch.
Half day workshops include a snack.

Upcoming classes to be

Beth Helfter from EvaPaige Quilt Designs
Accordion Sewn HSTs - "The Carpenter's
$50 includes lunch
Why take this class?
Accordion Sewn HST were invented to
maximize the number of fabrics in scrappy
HST based quilts.  It's incredibly run and
addiction, but it doesn't just make cool little
accordions; once you cut them apart, your
quilts are halfway done.  This workshop will
take the Accordion Sewn HST technique
and up the ante just a bit as we sew all the
HSTs needed for the Carpenter's
Apprentice pattern ALMOST all at once,
keeping it all scrappy with no waste!
Pattern required but can be purchased the
day of class for $10.
Supply list and cutting instructions
available.  It is highly recommended that
fabrics are cut prior to class.

Michelle Banton from
Little Pup Designs
$50 includes lunch
Color Theory Games
Create a wall hanging using various
combinatons from the color wheel. We start
with delicious Cherrywood Hand Dyed
Fabrics and create a wall quilt based on the
Color Wheel.

Giuseppe Ribaudo
(aka Guicy Guice)
More information coming soon!
GUILD PROGRAMS take place at the General meeting.

Guild programs begin at 7:30 PM. Beginning at 5:00 PM the meeting room is open
and is available for your use to work on your own projects or comfort quilts.

We generally have an experienced quilter available to help you with any questions or
problems you may have.

The Go! Cutter club frequently meets during this time.  Bring your cutter or dies to join in!


Take-n-make hearts to be rescheduled

Graffiti quilts display

*Stay tuned for more programs*

Beth Helfter from EvaPaige Quilt Designs
Michelle Banton from Little Pup Designs
Quilt Judge Beth Pauley-Teletski
Giuseppe Ribaudo (aka
Guicy Guice)