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.
For questions about upcoming programs, please contact:
Peggy Kelly at 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.
Laura Wasilowski – January 24 and 25, 2018
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Karen Stockwell – March 28 and 29, 2018
Visit Karen’s website http://karenstockwell.com
Wednesday, March 28; half day class from 1-4pm
Gershwin’s Symphony; Size 16″ x 21″
Using a pieced background or a beautiful piece of hand-dyed fabric, create a joyful design where you can almost hear the music. The black pieces are fused on to make this a piece you can finish in class.
Pattern required for class $10.00 Contains full sized templates and directions for 3 different finishing techniques.
Thursday, March 29; full day class from 9am-4pm
Wellspring Trinity Presbyterian Church
638 S. Patrick Drive, Satellite Beach
Full Day Class – Double Wedding Ring – A Modern Marriage
No curved piecing! No football-shaped pieces to set in! Border it, band it, change the colors on the rings! Make it as traditional as you want, or learn how to change it up into a whole new concept. The flexibility and versatility of this block is surprising! Can be made as a wall-hanging, table-runner, pillow or even a full sized quilt.
Pattern required for class $10.00 Includes 3 full sized templates for 4″, 6″, or 8″ squares. Directions for changing the size of the rings, and 3 finishing techniques.
Lee Chappell Monroe – April 25 and 26, 2018
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General Meeting Program:
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Thursday, October 26
Sit & Sew – A Fun Day with Demos
A quality time for everyone to sit, chat and sew. Make new friends and learn some new skills.
Demos – Session #1..... 10:00 with repeat at 11:00
Session #2..... 1:30 with repeat at 2:30
Magic 8 and Crazy 8 Triangles – Mary Nielson
Continuous Bias – Mona Collins
How to catch the Judges eye, In a good way – Laurel Merrill
Flange Binding – Barbara Warren
Quilting on your domestic machine – Laura Pesula
Gadgets and Gizmos/Cheap/Free notion hacks – Mary Nielsen
Where: Trinity Presbyterian, 638 S. Patrick Dr. Satellite Bch.
Time: 9:00 – 4:00
What to bring: any sewing items you will need, including your long (reel) extension cord. We will have 4 ironing stations. Also remember to bring a lunch, There are restaurants close by to get carryout.
If anyone needs some help carrying their machine into the church hall, please just ask. If you have any questions, just give me a call. Peggy Kelly 407-310-0860
Our annual Holiday Luncheon will be held on December 6th at the Suntree Country Club located at One Country Club Drive, Melbourne, FL. We are going to celebrate with classic holiday colors and sights and sounds.
Sign-in and socializing starts at 11:30 with lunch served at 12:15. Non-alcoholic beverages (soft drinks, water, iced tea and coffee) are complimentary. Wine ($8/glass includes tax and gratuity) and cocktails will also be available at the Country Club.
Entree choices include:
- Butternut Squash Ravioli ($20)
- Lobster Roll ($18)
- London Broil ($20)
- Portobello Stack ($19)
- If you have special dietary needs, please contact Laurel Merrill.
Sales for Holiday Luncheon tickets will close on November 15.
The chosen charity is the Family Promise; a local charity that provides help to our homeless families.
This year we have planned an ornament exchange. Please bring a wrapped ornament if you wish to participate. If the ornament is purchased, please limit the cost to $10.
Laure Wasilowski creates Artabrik's extraordinary hand-dyed fabrics and threads. She is a contemporary quilt maker, instructor, and author of 3 books on creating fused art quilts.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 1pm to 4pm
Heritage Isle Ballroom
Class – Fowl Play: Birds with no Egrets
This class will lift your spirits and make you sing! You'll create fun little birds dancing, nesting, and wading knee deep in personality. Your kit includes all the pre-fused hand dyed fabrics and threads you'll need. No sewing machine needed. $25 Kit Fee.
Class – Woven Flower Basket Quilts
Create a colorful woven basket quilt full of joyful flowers and leaves. Learn fusing techniques like pattern transfer, bias weaving, and bias braiding for the basket handle. Pattern templates are provided, and you will also learn fusing tips and how to add hank embroidery to your small art quilt. $25 Kit Fee: Includes hand out, templates, and hand dyed fabrics. No Sewing Machine Needle
February 19 - Quilt Show Take-In
February 20-21 - Quilt Show Judging
February 22- Quilt Show Setup
February 23-24- Quilt Show!
February 28 - General Meeting; Quilt Show Wrapup