Welcome to the Seaside Piecemakers Programs Guide. As a guild, we are focused on Community Service and Education. We work hard throughout the year raising money to bring teachers from around the country to our guild so that we can learn different techniques, develop new skills and explore all aspects of the quilting world. I encourage you take advantage of this tremendous opportunity. How lucky we are to have these teachers available to us! We welcome guests to register to attend these classes, too.
To register for a class, just click on the green tab for the SSPM online store, located on the right side of the page.
Programs, lectures, classes are held at
1591 West Eau Gallie Blvd
For questions about upcoming programs, please contact:
Lynn Herndon – email@example.com
We have some exciting teachers lined up beyond the currently published schedule. Click on the months listed below to learn more about upcoming events
Here is a sneak peak at our schedule of national teachers! Be sure to check out their websites!
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Cecilia Reid from Pat’s Sacks will present a lecture on the history of feedsacks, vintage fabrics, batting & quilting. She will bring items to sell and some giveaways. For more information, go to https://www.facebook.com/PatsSacks
Remember to renew your membership before April 30th
Cathleene Tokish of Sweet Darling Quilts in Lutz, FL (Tampa) is coming to do a lecture/trunk show AND an in-person workshop. Cathleene is certified in the Laura Heine collage quilt method. To see the patterns, go to: https://www.fiberworks-heine.com/
- The workshop is 1 ½ days. The half day is following the general meeting and will be a “prep” session to get materials ready for the full day session the next day. No sewing machines required either day.
- Workshop fee is $45, not including pattern and supplies. We will begin sign-ups at the Jan 2021 General Meeting. See the supply list below.
Remember to renew your membership!
Linda Hahn is an award-winning quilter, designer, writer, and teacher. She will do a lecture/trunk show called “New York Beauty State of Mind” and a workshop on her “Madison Avenue Modern” design. For more, go to: https://www.froghollowdesigns.com/
Marjorie Mulla & Mary Nielson will present a lecture titled: “M&M Plays Nice With Blocks.” See Member/Teacher for full details.
Mary-Jeanine Ibarguen is an Orlando-area quilter and teacher who is also the publisher of the Florida Quilt Network Newsletter. She will present her StashBuster Lecture & Demo. To see more on Mary-Jeanine, go to: http://www.floridaquiltnetwork.com/classes.html