Florida Quilt Network - Newsletter #101


September 2nd, 2006


Quilting Friends,


I happened upon a wonderful website, one I am sure to use many times as I travel: www.mapmuse.com.  If you select “quilting topics” from the “View All Interests” drop-down, you will see a map of quilt guilds and quilt shops.  Now it is up to YOU to get your local guild and local shop to add their information to make the map complete.  While you’re at it, take a look at MY guild page (www.FloridaQuiltNetwork.com/guilds.html and my shop page (http://www.floridaquiltnetwork.com/shops.html) to be sure they are up-to-date as well.


Tena Davis, (davis2tk@msn.com) asks this question:


I'm searching for information about whether personal liability insurance is needed for officers of an incorporated quilt guild in the state of Florida.  Do you know, or could you post an item in the next FQN newsletter for anyone with experience or information in this regard to contact me. 


Our officers are concerned about being sued personally, along with the guild if someone should be injured at a guild event. I'd be interested in knowing of any Florida guilds that carry officer liability along with guild liability policies? We were quoted about $950 for an Officers policy. That's a lot of money for a guild to pay in addition to our other liability policy. 


Thank you,

Tena Davis, President
Friendship Knot Quilters Guild
Sarasota, FL


As always, if you have a new email address, please let me know at subscribe@FloridaQuiltNetwork.com.



CALENDAR OF EVENTS: (Newsletter number follows)




June 17 - Sept 10 Quilt Exhibit in West Palm Beach http://norton.org/exhibitions/advancedschedule4.htm   (#98)


Sept 9 Education Open House in Hudson , www.westpascoquilters.org (#101)


Sept 12-15 Handwork Retreat in Leesburg jtoth002@tampabay.rr.com   (#99)


Sept 12-16 SSQA Symposium in Leesburg www.ssqa.org  (#98)


Sept 14 - Dec 6 Quilt Show in Tallahassee (#101))


Sept 21-24 Quilt Show in Jacksonville www.quiltfestjax.com (#99)


Sept 23 Mary Ellen Hopkins Lecture in Jacksonville  www.quiltfestjax.com (#100)


Sept 23 Creative Fiber Collage in New Smyrna Beach mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org (#101)


Oct 6-7 Sue Benner Workshop in Ft. Myers www.artquiltersunlimited.com (#101)


Oct 13-15 Quilt Shop in North Carolina www.smokymtnquilters.org  (#99)


Oct 19-21 Shop Hop in West Central Florida debsquiltbasket@aol.com (#99)


Oct 20-22 Quilt Show in White Springs www.FloridaStateParks.org/stephenfoster>. (#101)


Oct 25,27,28 Jamie Wallen Workshop in Palm Coast elaine@elainequilts.com (#99)


Oct  27-30 Quilt Retreat in Leesburg Talacam@aol.com (#92)


Nov 3-4 Quilt Show in Ocala CRQShow@earthlink.net (#100)


Nov 7-8 Jan Mullen Workshops in Orange Park http://www.countrycrossroad.com  (#101)


November 10 & 11    Quilt Show in Davenport    Davenporthistsociety@msn.com (#100)


Nov 16-18 Bonnie Browning Lecture & Workshops in Hudson registrar@westpascoquilters.org (#101)


Nov 26 Quilt Cruise www.engelquilts.com (#93)




Jan 5-7 Elly Sienkiewicz Workshop  in Jacksonville 904-880-6656 (#99)


Jan 11-12 Quilt Show in Ft. Myers www.swfqg.com (#101)


Jan 19-20 Quilt Show in Orlando www.FloridaCabinFever.com (#100)


Jan 26-27 Quilt Show in The Villiages charliefull@thevillages.net (#97)


Jan 26-27 Quilt Show in Largo www.stpaulumc.org (#99)


February Shop Hop in North Central Florida www.aquiltersdream.biz (#101)


Feb 9-10 Quilt Show in Naples Bionfam@earthlink.net  (#100)


Feb 15-16 Quilt Show in Tampa www.quiltersworkshop.org (#101)


Feb 23-24 Quilt Show in Punta Gorda quiltcozy@comcast.net  (#98)


Mar 1-2 Quilt Show in Mt. Dora LCQGquiltshow@hotmail.com (#99)


Mar 9-10 Quilt Show in Titusville Spacecoastquilters.com (#99)


Mar 13-19 Fiber Retreat in New Smyrna Beach www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org (#101)


March 16-18 Quilt Expo 07 in Ft Lauderdale


Mar 31-Apr 1 Judith Trager Workshop in Ft. Myers 239-541-0226 (#92)


May 5-6 Quilt Show in Gainesville (#101)


May 23-27 TAS National Quilt Show & Convention  laurajbr@mac.com  (#89)


July 10-17 Quilting on the River Cruise MarthaIna@aol.com  (#101)





This month there’s a brand new quilt shop to tempt you plus a couple of great opportunities to show off your talents.


Remember, opportunities come in lots of different shapes, sizes and textures so if you know of any quilt-related “opportunities” in general, please send them to me at fqn_ops@yahoo.com so they can be shared with everyone next month.


And, without further adieu, here are some fun “Opportunities” to consider:




Only two weeks old, a brand new quilt shop just opened in Central Florida. Owner Barbara McCauley welcomes everyone to her new shop in Apopka (near Orlando) where she wants all quilters to feel comfortable and at home each and every time they visit. Come by Apopka Quilt Company and treat yourself to over 1500 bolts of fabric with new collections coming in every week. She will offer a full-range of classes and soon have a long-arm quilting machine in the store. She is offering a 10% discount to Guild Members and, for non-guild members, she has a Punch Card that entitles you to $20.00 off your next purchase once you have fully-punched your card ($200.00 in purchases).


Hours are Monday through Friday, 10 – 6, Saturday 9 – 4 and the shop is located at

380 Semoran Commerce Place, Suite A101, on 436 near the 441 intersection, next to Mullinax Ford. Call for information and directions at (407) 889-0077.


(She is still looking for a few good teachers...so if that’s you, give her a call.)







$4,000 awards. “Innovative quilts” completed after Sept. 2004, max 208”. $35. San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles. Show May 26 – Sept. 3 at Dairy Barn, then U.S. Tour through 2009. Catalog to be published. SASE to QN07, Dairy Barn Arts Center, P.O. Box 747, Athens, OH 45701. www.quiltnational.com


(Note: This was listed in the July/August issue of Art Calendar magazine




HGTV Talent Search:


“HGTV is looking for fun and charismatic independent crafters to profile on our brand new show, ‘That’s Clever!’ (formerly Crafters Coast to Coast). If you have a special talent for creating cool and unique items that have your friends and family raving, then you just might be the perfect candidate for our show. To be considered for this exciting and hip new show, e-mail a recent picture of yourself (smile!) along with images of your craft. Pictures must be sent via e-mail as electronic attachments. Include your contact information, location and a short bio. Please do not send multiple or follow-up e-mails. Due to a high volume of submissions, only selected individuals will be contacted.” Send to:  thatsclever@wellergrossman.com


(Note: This was listed with no stated deadline in the May issue of Art Calendar magazine.)





The 25th Anniversary


At the Museum of Florida History

September 14 through December 3, 2006


Special Events and Educational Programming:


Thursday, September 14 – 6:00 p.m.

Exhibit Opening, The 25th Anniversary Capital City Quilt Show


Thursday, September 21 – 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Third Thursday:  “Quilts, Quilts, Quilts!”

This month, of course, features Quilts.  Entertainment will feature the sounds of bluegrass.   Also Quilt Demonstrations and tours.  The Wharf will cater the food for $10 for members and $12 for nonmembers. 


Saturday, October 7 – 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Common Threads:  A Community Quilting Celebration

Demonstrations of hand quilting and opportunities for hands-on participation.  Children's Story Reading and Storytelling.  Special presentations.  Quilt films and videos. 


Saturday, October 14 – 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Second Saturday Family Program: “Crazy Quilts”

Wee ones story hour - If quilts could talk – historical storytelling.   Family craft hour featuring Paper Quilt Block Design.  The Museum Theatre features children’s short films at 12:30 p.m.


Thursday, October 19 – 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Third Thursday:  “Underwater Treasures”

Special presentation by underwater archaeologist, Dr. Roger Smith, on exploring shipwrecks.  Also Quilt Demonstrations in Gallery by Jennie Zipperer [Embellished Cloth].  Music by Latin Attitude.  Carlos’ Cuban Café will cater the food for $10 for members and $12 for nonmembers.


Saturday, October 28 – 10:00 a.m. to Noon

Quilt Conservation & Identification Workshop, featuring Teddy Pruett


Saturday, November 11 – 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Second Saturday Family Program: “Thankful for Thanksgiving”

Making paper quilting squares for a children’s quilt.  Story/Play program will examine what we are thankful for while acting out the book, The Quiltmaker’s GiftMuseum Theatre features children’s short films at 12:30 p.m.


Thursday, November 16 – 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Third Thursday: “Americana”

This month's theme, Americana, will focus on the exhibit, Florida Remembers World War II. Special tours of the exhibit and Demonstrations, [Kris Hebert, Machine Embroidery and Linda O'Sullivan, Celtic Knots].  Music will feature the sounds of swing. Ted's Montana Grill will cater for $10 for members and $12 for nonmembers. 


What Goes Around, Comes Around - This is the 25th annual Capital City Quilt Show, a joint effort by the Museum of Florida History and Quilters Unlimited of Tallahassee. Over 100 beautifully handcrafted quilts, wallhangings, and other pieces will be highlighted. In addition to these, several of the quilts from the Museum's historic collection and photographs of quilting from the State Archives will be on display.  This is a wonderful time for you and your group to visit the Museum. 


Call 850-245-6400 for more information or visit www.museumoffloridahistory.com







My name is Martha Bier and I am affiliated with K&B Travel in  Apollo Beach, Florida.  I am also a quilter, member of the Brandon Piecemakers Guild, AQS and ASG.  I would like to share with your readers a special trip that I have arranged.  Send an email to MarthaIna@aol.com to receive the flyer for the Quilters' Retreat on the River, July 10-17, 2007.  We will be traveling aboard the R/B River Explorer from Nashville to St. Louis.  Our special instructor will be applique artist, Linda M. Poole, author of "Turkish Delights." 



Martha Bier








Straight from Aussie-land, Jan will be teaching two different classes on TUES NOV 7 & WED NOV 8. These are all day classes 10:00-5.


    Tues 11/7 - Reverse Appliqué: Jan has sent us two samples from her book - one a funky flower - one a furless feline. Both are small wall hangings - easily do-able in a one day class (okay...easily "start-able" for most with finishing hand touches at home). You can choose either design OR Jan says you can bring in your own "shape". Stop by the shop if you can to see these - this will all make more sense to you if you see the quilts "in person".


    Wed 11/8 - Jan will teach from her newest book: "Free and Easy Circles". We just got the book in last Friday - and it's absolutely fantaztic! I'm not sure what exactly Jan will teach from the book, but as soon as I know, you'll know. (Jan said she would work up something just for us and at the moment she's teaching/traveling).


Classes each day are $90. If you sign up for both days, the cost will be $165. Payment in full for either one day or both with insure your seat in class. Class size is limited to 16 each day for your sewing comfort.


We have a fridge so you "brown bag it" - or choose from many eateries close to the shop (walking and driving distance). It's up to you - there will be a one hour break for lunch.


If you have questions or would like to see Jan's samples... stop by the shop. I haven't taken pictures of Jans two quilts...but plan to soon. I'd be thrilled to send you a pix - just let me know.




Country Crossroads Quilt Shop
799-3 Blanding Blvd.
Orange Park, FL  32065






Tree City Quilters's Guild of Gainesville, FL presents


"Quilts In The Florida Sunshine" Quilt Show 2007

Saturday, May 5, from 10 to 5 and Sunday, May 6, from 1 to 4.

$6 Admission

Best Western Gateway Grand Hotel

4200 NW 97th Blvd.

I-75, Exit 390 (NW 39th Ave.)

Hundreds of beautiful quilts, vendors, educational demonstrations, silent auction, door prizes, quiltique boutique, and certified quilt appraiser, Teddy Pruett.




Art Quilters Unlimited - a group of creative people sharing ideas about fiber art - will have its next meeting at 1 p.m. Sept. 9 in the Edwards Building of the Alliance for the Arts, 10091 McGregor Blvd., Ft. Myers. The public is invited.

On Oct. 6 and 7, AQU is sponsoring a workshop with nationally known quilt artist Sue Benner. The title is "Design Duo: Two Techniques for Fused Quilts." Benner’s work can be viewed at www.suebenner.com The public is invited to sign up for the workshop beginning Sept. 1. A few more spaces are still available. For more information, see the AQU website, www.artquiltersunlimited.com, or call Thann at 239-410-5093.





World of Whimsy (W.O.W) Quilt Show


Date of Show:              February 16-17, 2007

Hours:                          Friday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

                                    Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Admission:                    $6 at the door, discount for buses

Parking:                        Free

Location of Show:   The Salvation Army Worship Center

                                    1100 W. Sligh Avenue

                                    Tampa, Florida

Sponsor:                       Quilters’ Workshop of Tampa Bay

Contact Name:            Delilah Libby, Publicity Chair

Contact E-mail:            tampaquiltshow@tampabay.rr.com

Website:                       www.quiltersworkshop.org


·        Teddy Pruett, Certified Quilt Appraiser, historian & Florida quilting personality, will be available to provide written and verbal appraisals of your quilts for a fee.

·        Vendor’s Mall

·        Tea Room for Lunch

·        Opportunity Quilt drawing Saturday 3:00 pm

·        Door Prizes

·        Quilters’ Workshop Boutique

·        Demonstrations

·        Two live Small Quilt Auctions




From: Joanie Poole <heirloomquilts@hotmail.com>


I am searching for contact information for someone who brought a quilted car to AQS in Paducah a few years ago. I believe they were from Florida. Can you help or post this request for me?







Stephen Foster Quilt Show and Sale, October 20-22, 2006.


The Theme is Quilter's "Lu'au on the Suwannee" Over 100 quilts will be showcased in a beautiful park on the Suwannee River. Featuring Guest speaker Ginger LaVoie who will speak on the traditional quilting in Hawaii, she will share a hula dance and tell how the hula and quilting are related in the Hawaiian culture. There will a a short class on how to make Hawaiian quilt. The show will be judged, a block contest will be held, also quilt raffles and boutiques. Quilt shop vendors will be featured as well as door prizes, demonstrations and guild challenge special exhibits. Contact  386-397-4331 <www.FloridaStateParks.org/stephenfoster>.

Camping available through the park.






Southwest FL Quilters Guild www.swfqg.com

 Florida Celebrates Quilts 2008

"Vibrent Visions of Florida"

Fri Jan 11 and Sat Jan 12

Lee Civic Center Fort Myers FL

Contact: Nadine Tourtillott 239-948-0422 nadinecc@aol.com






Bonnie Browning, National Teacher/Lecturer 

National teacher, Bonnie Browning, will be visiting The West Pasco Quilters' Guild, Inc. in November, 2006. Bonnie is the Quilt Show Director for the American Quilters Society which hosts shows in Paducah, KY and Nashville, Tenn. She is also an AQS certified quilt judge and book author. Her 9th book,  Borders & Finishing Touches 2, published by AQS is hot off the presses! Her web site is http://bonniebrowning.tripod.com 


Bonnie Browning Classes & Lecture: 

Thurs. Nov. 16 - Guild Meeting Lecture " Trends in Quilt Making Today" 10:00 am - Noon, Veterans Memorial Park, 14333 Hicks Rd. Hudson, Fl. Lecture Fee - Free/members & $10/non-members

Thurs. Nov. 16 - Class -"Bindings - What's Old & What's New"  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Veterans Memorial Park, 14333 Hicks Rd. Hudson, Fl., Class Fee -  $25.00/members & $35.00/non-members

Fri. Nov. 17 - Class - "The Xquisite Scrap Quilt" - Veterans Memorial Park, 14333 Hicks Rd. Hudson, Fl.  - 9:30 am - 4:00 pm Class Fee - $40.00/members & $50.00/non-members

Sat. Nov.18 - Class - "Windmill Log Cabin with a Twist" - Contractors Institute 8238 Joliet St. Hudson, Fl. - 9:30 am - 4:00 pm Class Fee - $40.00/members & $50.00/non-members

To register for classes please contact:

Marygene Byrd at registrar@westpascoquilters.org or 727-697-1835






West Pasco Quilters Guild, Inc. 

Fall/Winter Education Open House.

When: Saturday, Sept. 9

Time: 10AM to Noon

Where: Contractors Institute, 8328 Joliet St. Hudson, Fl. (just off US. Hwy 19) 


Members and non-members of the West Pasco Quilters Guild, Inc are welcome! This is an opportunity to meet the teachers, ask questions and see the class samples up close in a relaxed setting. There are 23 classes offered (19 new!) including the very popular 4 session Beginner Series.  Registrations for classes on this date entitle you to a 10% discount on classes - except for national teachers. See our website, www.westpascoquilters.org  for the current brochure (Fall/Winter brochure will be posted approximately a week before the Open House)

Robby Wargny

crwargny@aol.com or education@westpascoquilters.org   





Sweetheart Shop Hop coming in February 2007 for more information contact a_quilters_dream@earthlink.net


Connie Czernuch
A Quilter's Dream
703 W. Main Street
Leesburg, Fl 34748






QuiltFest, Inc. of Jacksonville Florida (Sept 22-24) has a Silent Auction every year at it's quilt show. Proceeds from this booth have been going to our local Shriners Transportation Fund for over 8 years. This fund provides transportation for area children to hospitals such as the Burn Unit in Texas. QuiltFest is honored to be a part of this worthy charity. Anyone who attends QuiltFest Jacksonville can participate in the Silent Auction by putting in a bid to purchase any one of the hundred-plus items that are available during the show. Items are donated by QuiltFest guild members and vendors. In past years, donations have been hand made quilt miniatures and on occasion dolls, sewing machines, quilt racks. fabric packets, or tote bags. Bids close early Sunday afternoon and the person with the highest bid recorded will receive that item either at the show or thru the mail.  


The Quilt Sale Booth has quilts - lots of quilts of every size and color - for sale. These quilts are made by QuiltFest's guild members who have worked hard all year to bring QuiltFest, Inc. fabulous Quilt Show to you. In their spare time (what's that???) they have used their creative talents to make these luscious quilts, quilt blocks, quilt tops, table runners, UFO's, & Vintage quilts. Stop by and check out the offerings.  The Quilt Sale Booth and the Silent Auction Booth open 9 am Friday, Sept 22nd at the Prime Osborne Convention Center in Jacksonville, Florida. For further information, go to www.quiltfestjax.com


Shirley Wooten






Early fall schedule at Atlantic Center for the Arts:
Classes at Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach. Contact Mary
E. McBride to register or for more information.
mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org or 386-423-1753.
Thursday & Friday, September 21, 22, 28, 29   
Beginners & Beyond Jewelry                              10 AM - 3 PM
Helen Howell, Society of Florida Goldsmiths, will teach students various techniques for creating jewelry.  Students will work with wire, beads, and assorted metals.  They should design and complete several pieces of jewelry. Supply fee. Tuition: $100 members; $125 nonmembers 
Saturday, September 23                                     1 PM - 5 PM
Creative Fiber Collage
Marlene Glickman, Tampa Bay Surface Design. Learn to use sheers and solids, dyed fabrics, found textiles, and other items to create small collages as a design challenge. Supply fee: $8 // Tuition: $40 members; $50 nonmembers
Saturday & Sunday, September 23, 24 10 AM - 4 PM
Professional Artist's Web Workshop
Greg Pettengill & Terri Markle
These 2-day intensive workshops are specifically designed for professional artists who want to bring their work to the global marketplace using a Website.  For more information, go to
http://unitedartistsway.com/PAWW/PAWW.html  Tuition: $300 members; $340 nonmembers
March 13-19, 2007
Focus on Fiber
A retreat for fiber artists, rug hookers and 3-D fiber artists.  No instructors. Just art, food and fun. There are only a few spots left. Commuters can bunk with local artists. General Fee: $225; 
Accommodations plus fee ($275 + $225 = $500). Please register ASAP
Memory Quilts - Tuesdays                                          6:30 PM
Develop your own heirloom quilts using family photos and letters.
Community Artist in Residence will run this program starting September
12. Lauren Austin, 386-314-3538.  FREE
Poet's Corner - 4th Wednesday                     5:30 PM
This working group of poets and writers present challenges each month and read their responses.  They host an open mic and annual SLAM.  Bob
Calabrese, 386-427-3029.  FREE
ArtsEtc - 4th Saturday                                      9:30 AM
A surface design and fiber art group interested in promoting their arts through workshops and exhibitions with classes and critiques throughout the year. Orrie Amos, 386-760-3355.   Dues $55 includes ACA membership
Writer's Workshop - 2nd Wednesday              5:30 PM
Group forming starting on September 13 with exercises, readings and critiques mentored by Joan Schaffer.  Mary McBride, 386-423-1753.  FREE
This Fall, ACA offers art classes for children ages 6-12. The classes are from 10 AM to 2 PM.  Tuition: $25 members; $30 nonmembers, per class, unless indicated otherwise.  Bring a bagged lunch and wear comfy clothes with closed-toe shoes.
September 2 (ages 6-12), 10 AM - 2 PM
An Exploration of Drawing with Sarah Ochoa
Drawing is the basic foundation for most of the visual arts and this class will introduce a variety of techniques and materials. Deadline for registration is Friday, August 25th.  Tuition: $25 members; $30 nonmembers
September 16 (ages 6-12), 10 AM - 2 PM 
Digital Photography with Dodie Ulery
Participants will start with a class on how to take better photographs followed by an hour of taking photos. The final portion of the class will be spent reviewing their images. 
Deadline for registration is Friday, September 8th. Tuition: $25 members; $30 nonmembers




Simply Quilts September, 2006 Schedule

HGTV: Eastern Standard Time


Sep 01, Friday  08:30 am        #1123 The Baby Show w/ Cindy Ramming

Sep 04, Monday  08:30 am        #1124 Fusing Fun: Fast, Fearless Art Quilts w/ Laura Wasilowski

Sep 05, Tuesday         08:30 am        #1125 Dimensional Quilts w/ Linda Johansen

Sep 06, Wednesday       08:30 am        #1126 Diamond Quilts and Beyond w/ Jan Krentz

Sep 07, Thursday        08:30 am        #1127 Cosmic Spiral w/ Barbara Olsen

Sep 08, Friday  08:30 am        #1128 Impressionist Quilts of Japan w/ Noriko Endo

Sep 11, Monday  08:30 am        #1129 Make it Simpler Rotary Cutting w/ Anita Grossman

Sep 12, Tuesday         08:30 am        #1130 Tree of Life Family Tree w/ Diana McClun

Sep 13, Wednesday       08:30 am        #1131 Landscape Quilt Challenge

Sep 14, Thursday        08:30 am        #1132 Sunflower in a Square Jennie Rayment

Sep 15, Friday  08:30 am        #1133 Quilted Duvet w/ Laura Nownes

Sep 18, Monday  08:30 am        #1134 3D Art Quilts w/ Esterita Austin

Sep 19, Tuesday         08:30 am        #1135 Winding Ways Quilts w/ Nancy Elliott MacDonald

Sep 20, Wednesday       08:30 am        #1136 Piping Adds Pizzazz w/ Sally Dutko

Sep 21, Thursday        08:30 am        #1137 Pieced Curves So Simple w/ Dale Fleming

Sep 22, Friday  08:30 am        #1138 Egg Money Quilts w/ Eleanor Burns

Sep 25, Monday  08:30 am        #1001 Silk Dyeing w/ Annette Rodgers and Linda Gass

Sep 26, Tuesday         08:30 am        #701 I Dreamed of Africa with Kaye England

Sep 27, Wednesday       08:30 am        #1002 Quilting in the Embroidery Hoop with Pauline Richards

Sep 28, Thursday        08:30 am        #702 Art of Machine Piecing with Sally Collins

Sep 29, Friday  08:30 am        #703 Novel Quilter with Jennifer Chiaverini


Simply Quilts September, 2006 Schedule

DIY: Eastern Standard Time


Sep 05, Tuesday         10:30 am        #810 Divide & Conquer Quilts w/ Nancy Smith and Lynda Milligan

Sep 12, Tuesday         10:30 am        #811 Nimble Thimble w/ Thimblelady

Sep 19, Tuesday         10:30 am        #812 Behind the Shadows Quilts w/ Laurie Shifrin

Sep 20, Wednesday       10:30 am        #813 Garden Block w/ Diana McClun