Florida Quilt Network - Newsletter #77


August 11, 2004


Quilting Friends,


Back from Iceland…it was a memorable trip in many ways.  Lots of great views of snow-capped mountains, deep blue fjords, black lava fields, purple flowers and yummy meals of lamb and/or fish.  All the relatives wanted to bring out their best dishes for their American cousins.  My son managed to trade Pokemon cards with his Icelandic cousins in Reykjavik and my husband, brother and I worked to plant 200 trees on the hills above the family farm.  Trees are very slow growing in Iceland with only a 2-3 month growing season.  A tree we helped plant 12 years ago was only 4 feet tall!


If you tend to think outside the box, you might enjoy this fascinating website of unconventional ideas:


If nothing else, I hope it will encourage you to try something new.


In other news, a senior in high school, Kim Elicker, is working toward her Girl Scout Gold Award Project by making quilts for Breast Cancer Awareness.  She is asking quilters to help her by creating pink ribbon blocks.  Here is more info:  http://thinkpinkribbons.tripod.com/quilting.html   

BTW, you will want to view the instructions with MS Internet Explorer at this time, Netscape will not read the page.


As always, if you are having problems getting my newsletter, you can take a look at it on my website at


I also have a very handy Calendar page where all the events are cross linked and hot linked to more info elsewhere.


Lots of great quilting news this month:



CALENDAR OF EVENTS: (Newsletter number follows)




NOW to Sept 11 Quilt Exhibit in Delray Beach www.oldschool.org. (#75)


August 7- Sept 25 Quilt Exhibit in Tarpon Springs crwargny@aol.com   (#77)


August 18-21 AQS 2004 Quilt Exposition in Nashville, TN www.AQSQuilt.com


Sept 1-30 Quilt Exhibit in Melbourne 321-951-7977 (#77)


Sept 11 Leslie Hickland Workshop in Sarasota  joyabbott1@comcast.net (#77)


Sept 18 Fiber Art Group Forming in New Smyrna Beach mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org  (#77)


Sept 21-24 Handwork Retreat in Leesburg wjdill@atlantic.net  (#76)


Sept 24-26 Quilt Show in Jax www.quiltfestjax.com (#68)


Oct 1-2 SSQA Meeting in Daytona Beach  www.ssqa.org. (#77)


Oct 9 Quilt Workshop in New Smyrna Beach mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org  (#77)


Oct 14 Fiber Workshop in New Smyrna Beach mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org  (#77)


Oct 15-16 Quilt Show In Tampa/St. Pete Area mair50@juno.com (#75)


Oct 15-17 Quilt Show  in White Springs KissnerLC@aol.com   (#74)


Oct 15, 18-29 Jan Krentz Workshop in Sarasota  joyabbott1@comcast.net (#77)


Oct 23-24 Joyce Becker Workshop in Palm Beach trudyf@aol.com  (#76)


Nov 6-7 Fiber Workshops in New Smyrna Beach mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org  (#77)


Nov 11 Bead Workshop in New Smyrna Beach mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org  (#77)


Nov 12-13 Quilt Festival in Davenport db15@earthlink.net (#76)


Nov 13-14 Quilt Show in Clearwater http://quilterscrossing.net/    (#76)


Nov 15, 16 Marsha McCloskey Workshops in Sarasota  joyabbott1@comcast.net (#77)


Dec 2 Bead Workshop in New Smyrna Beach mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org  (#77)




Jan 8-15 Quilters Cruise   www.americanquilterscruise.com  (#69)


Jan 15 –22 Quilter’s Cruise  www.a1specialtytours.com (#77)


Jan 21-22 Quilt Show in Orlando www.floridacabinfever.com (#75)


Jan 21-22 Quilt Show in Largo in-stitches@rocketmail.com (#75)


Jan 22 Virginia Walton Workshop in Palm Beach trudyf@aol.com  (#76)


Jan 23 Virginia Walton Workshop in Palm Beach trudyf@aol.com  (#76)


Jan 23rd-30th Quilting Cruise www.quiltpro.com


Jan 28-29 Quilt Show in The Villages RFlint5630@aol.com (#72)


Jan 31-Feb 3 Quilter’s Retreat in Ellenton www.westpascoquilters.org (#75)


Feb 4-5 Quilt Show in Dade City www.floridapioneermuseum.org (#76)

Feb 8-9 Quilt Show in Punta Gorda rphaas@concast.net (#74)


Feb 11-12 Quilt Show in Vero Beach http://members.aol.com/sbonnets1979 (#75)


Feb 18-19 Quilt Show  in Titusville Carolannkohl@aol.com (#75)


Feb 19-20 Quilt Show in Florida Keys KLHSJH@aol.com (#75)


Feb 25-26 Quilt Show  in Tampa   lotsofquilts2005@yahoo.com   (#64)


Feb 26-27 Kim Whitehead Workshop in Palm Beach trudyf@aol.com  (#76)


Mar 11-12 Quilt Show in Sarasota  kdburg1948@msn.com  (#77)


Mar 11-12 Quilt Show in Mt. Dora mtdorashow05@juno.com (#76)


Mar 18-20 Quilt Show  in Ft. Lauderdale Bevhilton1@bellsouth.net (#74)


Oct 22 Nancy Prince Workshop  in Palm Beach trudyf@aol.com  (#76)


Oct 23  Nancy Prince Workshop  in Palm Beach trudyf@aol.com  (#76)






Patricia Campbell, with a long resume, fabric designer and author, will be debarking a cruise in Tampa on February 19, 2005.  Our guild, The Quilting Sisters, in Leesburg, Florida would like her to come to our guild on Thursday, February 24 for an all day class.  I am looking for other groups that would be interested in having her earlier that week, to share expenses.  I have the information about her available classes, fees,etc.  I have had the opportunity to take classes from Pat in Houston, and am very excited about the opportunity to have her share her expertise with Floridians. 


Paula Mooney  813 962 0011







Friendship Knot Quilters Guild in Sarasota, FL, has openings in the following workshops.  Fee is $45.00 per day.  Advance order a catered deli lunch for $5.00 additional.


Leslie Hickland -


Sat., Sep. 11, 2004, 9-4 pm:  "Dimensional Appliqué"


This is a "Baltimore Beauties" basket block and is a good "second" appliqué class, as some knowledge of hand appliqué is essential.



Jan Krentz –


Fri., Oct. 15, 2004, 9-4 pm:  “Hunter Star”


Create a terrific design from your favorite fabrics, incorporating an 8-pointed star where block corners meet.  Strip piecing methods used.  Based on Jan's book, "Hunter Star Quilts & Beyond".


Mon & Tue, Oct 18-19, 9-4 pm:  “Spiral Lone Star” Two-day class


An exciting Lone Star design achieved through fabric placement, compass setting, square and compass corners.  Several different techniques are covered in class.



Marsha McCloskey


Mon., Nov. 15, 2004, 9-4 pm – “Lessons in Machine Piecing – Lemoyne Star”


With emphasis on craftsmanship and efficiency, you learn drafting, templates, no-template rotary cutting and accurate machine piecing while making a small LeMoyne Star wall quilt with pieced border, paper-pieced fans, curved seams and bias strip-piecing.


Tue. Nov. 16, 2004, 9-4 pm – “Radiant Feathered Star”


Draft, rotary cut and machine piece this wonderful Radiant Star Feathered Star block using bias strip piecing.  Perfect center for a medallion quilt!


Email Joy Abbott at joyabbott1@comcast.net for registration information, or call 941/371-3043.






Friendship Knot Quilter's Guild Presents:

"Enchantment of Fabric:  A Burst of Color" Quilt Show

Sarasota Municipal Auditorium

891 N. Tamiami Trail

Sarasota, Florida


Friday, March 11, 2005,  9AM-6PM

Saturday, March 12, 2005, 9AM-4PM


Judged Entries

Raffle Quilt

Door Prizes

Special Traveling Exhibits

Merchants Mall

Vendor Demonstrations

Small and Mini Quilt Auction

Food on Premises

Donation $5

Buses Welcome (to prepay contact Joy Abbott at 941-371-3043)

For more information contact Kathleen Burg (kdburg1948@msn.com)  Subject:

quilt show







You have been wonderful sharing your information of the quilting world. Many thanks. Check out our home page http://www.members.aol.com/sbonnets1979/

for a picture of our latest donation quilt  mural to the McKee's Botanical Garden to be dedicated Oct. 2004.


Pat Lester, SSQA, SBSQG, TAS, AQS, NQA member and teacher








Plaza Resort and Spa, Daytona Beach.


The inauguration of our Documentation Days project will be featured. Remember, Member Guilds are encouraged to send a representative. Full details will be in the August newsletter and posted on the website, www.ssqa.org.







"Sew Pieceful Quilts"

Tarpon Springs Cultural Center, 101 So. Pinellas Ave. Tarpon Springs, FL

Exhibit of Quilts by the West Pasco Quilters' Guild, Inc.

Small Quilt Auction benefiting the TSCC & Sertoma Speech & Hearing Foundation

Free Admission

August 7 - September 25, 2004

Opening reception - Saturday, Aug. 7...2PM-4PM

Hours: Monday-Friday 9AM-4PM, closed Saturday & Sunday (except for our opening reception, Aug. 7) In September also open Noon - 4PM, closed Sunday

For more information contact:

Robby Wargny, WPQG - phone:727 372-8219, email: crwargny@aol.com  or

Billie Poteat, TSCC - phone:727 942-5605, email: bpoteat1@ci.tarpon-springs.fl.us


                                    "Sew Pieceful Quilts"

Want to spend an enjoyable lazy summer day viewing beautiful quilts, antiquing and lunching in quaint Tarpon Springs?  Then I have the event for you! The Tarpon Springs Cultural Center will be hosting an exhibit of quilts made by members of the West Pasco Quilters' Guild, Inc. from August 7 through September 25, 2004. The exhibit will open with a reception on Saturday, August 7, from 2PM - 4PM.


The Tarpon Springs Cultural Center's summer hours are:

For the month of August, Monday-Friday 9AM-4PM, closed Saturday & Sunday (except for our opening reception).

For the month of September, Monday-Friday 9AM-4PM and Saturday Noon-4PM, closed Sunday.


There will be a silent Small Quilt Auction (57 quilts!) running from August 7 through September 18. The auction quilts are made and donated by members of the guild. All proceeds will be equally divided between the Tarpon Springs Cultural Center and the Sertoma Speech & Hearing Foundation.


So take a day for yourself, gather a group of friends and head to Tarpon Springs! 

For more information contact:

Robby Wargny, WPQG - phone:727 372-8219, email: crwargny@aol.com  or

Billie Poteat, TSCC - phone:727 942-5605, email: bpoteat1@ci.tarpon-springs.fl.us






   We are Rick & Suzie White. We recently opened a vintage sewing machine/fledgling quilt shop / alterations. Our shop Ye Olde Post specializes in vintage machines. This September (9, 16, 23 from 9:30-11:30) we are offering a hand crank & treadle quilt class. Our students have the option of using hand crank or treadle machines (provided on premises). Or if they wish bring their own machine. We will limit the class to 10 students.

   Thanks so much for your time Rick & Suzie


Ye Olde Post

17786 N. US Hwy. 301

Citra, Fl. 32113








Ladies of the Lakes Quilt Guild of Lakeland Florida is going to

     Jacksonville Quilt Show Bus Trip

     Sat. Sept. 25

     7am - 10pm

     Leaving Plantation Shopping Center, Socrum Loop at 7am sharp (Lakeland Florida)

     Stopping for dinner on the return trip

     We will be at the show until closing at 5pm

     Trip includes your ticket to the show

     $ 35.00 bus, and show ticket

     Does NOT include any meals

    Reservation or information- Teddy Wenner, 863 984 0852 or email teddy2@gate.net






The American Quilter’s Society

Inaugural Cruise to the Mexican Riviera


Mary Stori, Bonnie K. Browning, John Flynn, Dierdra Mc Elroy, and Jackie Robinson

Aboard the beautiful Diamond Princess


January 15 –22, 2005 ~ 7 nights


Take this opportunity to spend a week with Meredith Schroeder, President of American Quilter’s Society and five outstanding teachers in the quilting world. The itinerary offers an opportunity to sail the Pacific Ocean and visit the Mexican ports of Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, and Cabo San Lucas.


Book it now!

Reserve your cabin by August 27, 2004


Cruise price goes up $100 per person after this date


~~Other tours and cruises with Mary Stori~~

~A Steamboatin' Quilt Cruise and classes on the Mississippi Queen from May 9-16, 2005

~Visit the islands of Hawaii, Maui & Oahu with classes, luncheons & show and tell with Hawaiian quilt guilds from March 31-April 10, 2005


 Visit www.a1specialtytours.com for all of the details






Lecture Series: Political Statements

Throughout history, artists have used humorous and shocking images to express their opinions about the political events of their time.  Hogarth satirized the election scandals of his day, Daumier depicted the French king as a simpleton, and today David Letterman takes jabs at any and every politician.  In Florida, we are used to being in the national headlines for hanging chads, a candidate whose poster read simply “JEB!” and our penchant for attracting writers who tell it like it is. This series will underscore the historical art of capturing politically incorrect behavior, to modern artists who use their media to make statements on paper, CDs, or by using a paper shredder. Lectures are free and are held on Thursdays at 7 PM.


Lectures held at the Harris House Annex, 123 Douglas Street, New Smyrna Beach

September 23 – James Murphy, Ph.D., Art and Politics through the Ages

In 1832 the French artist Daumier was imprisoned and fined for publishing an insulting caricature of the King. A few years later, the French government passed a law forbidding such images, thereby tacitly acknowledging the power of such images to shape public opinion. These events were part of an ongoing historical struggle to use art for either propaganda or protest: in other words, to use art for political ends. This lecture will trace some of the key monuments in that struggle, from the pyramids of Egypt to the pyramid on the $1 bill in your pocket.

                   Dr. James J. Murphy is an educator and arts administrator. He currently teaches art history at Stetson University, and humanities, history of photography, and history of design at Daytona Beach Community College.


October 7 – John Wilton, Ed.D., "BANG! CRASH! WHAM! Finding the politics in Pop Art"

We all know that Pop Art emerged as a response to Abstract Expressionism in a conspicuous-consumer society, but how did politics figure into these "low art" images from a particularly tumultuous period in American politics?

                    Dr. John Wilton is an educator and artist who has taught visual art at DBCC for over 20 years along with stints at Stetson University and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. His own artwork draws heavily from Pop Art roots.


October 21 – Charon Luebbers, Art in a State of Emergency


                    Luebbers is an award winning interdisciplinary artist and independent curator living in New Smyrna Beach, FL. She has shown her work both indoors and outdoors in museums, galleries and alternative spaces throughout Florida, in New York City and elsewhere across the country.  A four-time Associate Artist-in-Residence at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, she is a regular curator for exhibitions at the Peabody Auditorium and was curator of several exhibits featuring the works of Harold Garde and his master strappo artists.


November 4 – Sylvester Polk, Hip Hop, The Thunderous Voice of a new Political-Cultural Generation

                    Polk is Director of the Music Technology Program at Bethune-Cookman College.

ACA, 1414 Art Center Avenue, New Smyrna Beach

November 20 – Poetry Slam: In Step with a Different Drummer (Black Box Theater)

The Tomoka Poets, a local non-profit chapter of Florida State Poets Association, Inc. & National Federation of State Poetry Societies, present an evening of poetry where everyone’s voice is welcome.   Poet registrations accepted by phone (386-423-1753), email (mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org) and during the hour before the slam begins.  Audience members do not have to RSVP.



Adult Art Programs

A series of programs designed to interest those who wish to hone their skills in specific fields including printing, drawing, stone carving, fiber and metal works.  No experience needed.  Classes are held at the Harris House Annex, 123 Douglas Street, or as indicated.  Fees include lunch.


October 9 (Saturday, 10 AM – 4 PM) – Amy Koester, Salvaging Fiber Art 

A workshop that explores alternatives to finishing edges with traditional binding, making work hang flat, creating irregular edges and curling corners on purpose.

                    Koester teaches fiber art at several Central Florida facilities.  She recently formed a fiber art group which meets in her art studio in Bunnell.

$65 members/$75 nonmembers


November 6-7 (Saturday & Sunday, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM) - Focus on Fibers

Jetta Clover, Thermofaxing, Saturday only

An easy and inexpensive way for making screens with text and images which can be used on fabrics and paper.

Jetta Clover, Bleach Discharge & Over-Dyeing. Sunday only.

This is a method of designing on black and colored fabric by partly removing color and over-dyeing by painting, printing and screening.

                    An award winning fiber artist from the Netherlands, Clover brings fresh viewpoints to the workshops she teaches.  Author of several books and catalogues, her MA in art history is often reflected in her works and teachings.


Joan Williams, Blended Fibers, Sunday only

Make paper in a kitchen blender using recycled junk mail, scraps, fibers and plants. Use the paper to create works of art.

                    Williams' artwork reflects her love of history of ancient peoples, textiles and nature.  She exhibits, lectures, and teaches locally as she continues to explore different directions using handspun yarns, textiles, handmade paper and found objects.

Two days of workshops, 110 members/$125 nonmembers; one day workshop, $65 members/$75 nonmembers


Artistically Inclined Classes

Geared for those whose creativity lies just beneath the surface, sometimes bubbling over, sometimes not.  Thursdays, 6– 9 PM, Harris House Annex, 123 Douglas Street. $30 members/$40 nonmembers


October 14 – Amy Koester, Trading Cards (Paper & Fabric Collage)

When big projects seem too much to even attempt, take a 2 ½ x 3 ½ inch card and create a small work of art using paper and fabric collage. Trading Cards are hot collector items so now is the time to take up scissors, glue and thread and explore a new venue.

                    Koester is an expert at tweaking small scraps of things into wonderful works of art and will share her collection with you before you begin your own series.


November 11 – Helen Howell & Mary McBride, Wired Up

Use wire to attach beads, decorate beads and instead of beads.

                    Howell teaching experience ranges from the fiber arts to metalsmithing.  She is associated with the Florida Society of Goldsmiths and was instrumental in establishing a workshop in DeLand.  Known nationally for her metalwork, she’ll teach ways of twisting and tweaking metal as if it were cloth.


December 2 – Connie Whitlock & Mary McBride, Beaded Baubles

String beads into necklaces and bracelets.  Create small works of art with just a touch of bead weaving.

               Whitlock is owner of the New Smyrna Bead Store and has taught beading for several years. 


ACA Members Lifelong Learning Series   

Enjoy Atlantic Center for the Arts facilities in the daytime while learning about the arts and the environment.  Each season brings a series of lectures and activities to promote greater appreciation of the area and the arts.


September 17 – Bryce Hammond, a slide lecture by the artist, 1:30 PM, Harris House Annex

                    Back from New York, New Smyrna Beach artist Bryce Hammond will discuss his acrylic artworks and NY adventures. His next museum exhibition, Recent Works: Bryce Hammond, September 10 – October 24, is at the Maitland Arts Center. Simultaneously, he is creating the exhibition Bryce Hammond Saloon which will open in New York City in February 2005


September 24 –Lunch with artist Trish Thompson, 11:30 AM, Harris House Annex

                    Concurrent with the opening of her exhibition, Process and Place: Landscapes by Trish Thompson, at the Museum of Arts & Sciences, Thompson will present a short lecture during lunch.  Afterwards, we will take the ACA van to the exhibit featuring acrylics and mixed media. Reservations required, $10 lunch, limit 12 in the van.


October 22 – Doris Leeper Spruce Creek Preserve Stroll – Don Bouvier, 10 AM

                    Bouvier, an avid hiker and outdoorsman, will take the smoother trails for us and we’ll rest at the outlook over the oxbow in Spruce Creek. We will meet at the Whatmore Commons and then take the ACA van (plus carpool if needed) to the preserve. Bring water and a snack.


November 12 – Native Plants Fighting for Space – Don Spence. 10 AM

                    Spence, owner of Native Florida Landscapes in Ormond Beach and a biology instructor at Daytona Beach Community College, will show examples of native plants that are easy to care for, and good for the animals and environment. Yet exotic plants are forcing them out of existence.  We’ll provide flyers to help you inspect your garden.


December 3 – Bird Watching above GroundHalifax River Audubon Society, 8:30 AM

                    December is the month when Florida becomes the vacation spot not only for people, but also for a variety of birds. We’ll start with a cup of coffee at the Whatmore Commons, then walk the wooded paths and perhaps drift over to Turnbull Bay to check out the water birds. This is an easy walk with ramps available for the handicapped except by the bay.



Fiber Artist Group Forming

                    Fiber artists are invited to a special program on Saturday, September 18, 9:30 AM – 4 PM, at Atlantic Center for the Arts at Harris House Annex, 123 Douglas Street.  The day will begin with introductions and one piece of work by each artist who wishes to share (not required).  Round table discussions will include goals of area fiber artists, plans for future events, and naming of the group.  After a leisurely lunch, nationally renowned fiber artist Lauren Austin, who recently moved to Central Florida from New York City, will present a lecture on her story quilts. A question and answer session will follow.  Fee: $10. Attendees must register by Sept. 11.


For information about the programs and to register for classes, contact Mary McBride, 386-423-1753, or email mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org.  Register early for classes with a $20 deposit, sizes are limited; classes with less than six participants will be cancelled two weeks prior to first meeting.







Dirty Dozen Exposed!


During the month of September, Willow ‘n Hare Quiltworks,

in Melbourne, will host an exhibit of over 40 art quilts,

made by the Dirty Dozen Art Quilters.


The exhibit, “Dirty Dozen Exposed!” will feature original quilts made with a variety of techniques and materials.  You’re invited to a reception on September 11th, from 1-3 PM.  Come to enjoy light refreshments, meet the artists, and see what these innovative gals have been up to.  You can also view the exhibit during regular store hours, from September 1-30.


The Dirty Dozen Art Quilters include Seaside Piecemaker members

 Barbara Bilbo, Jill Brown, Elaine Chord, Mary Dyer, Paula Ferguson, Peggy Horsfield, Ellen Lindner, Bev O’Connell, Diane Smith,

and Peggy Strauchman.


Willow ‘n Hare Quiltworks store hours are M-F 9:30-5, Sa 9:30-4.

Closed September 24th.  Phone 321-951-7977.




Simply Quilts August, 2004 Schedule HGTV: Eastern Standard Time


Aug 09, Monday                         08:30 am                     #1019 Quick Quilt Projects w/ Tom Russell

Aug 10, Tuesday                       08:30 am                     #837 Quilted Diamonds with Linda Franz

Aug 11, Wednesday            08:30 am                     #838 Felt Applique with Patty Eaton

Aug 12, Thursday                    08:30 am                     #839 Strip Piecing, Traditional Quilts with Marcie Baker

Aug 13, Friday     08:30 am                     #701 I Dreamed of Africa with Kaye England

Aug 16, Monday                         08:30 am                     #1020 Tennessee Waltz w/ Eleanor Burns

Aug 17, Tuesday                       08:30 am                     #702 Art of Machine Piecing with Sally Collins

Aug 18, Wednesday            08:30 am                     #703 Novel Quilter with Jennifer Chiaverini

Aug 19, Thursday                    08:30 am                     #704 Modern Crazy Quilts with Betty Pillsbury

Aug 20, Friday     08:30 am                     #705 Mosaic Quilts with Shannon Williams

Aug 23, Monday                         08:30 am                     #1021 Handy Dandy w/ Jinny Beyer

Aug 24, Tuesday                       08:30 am                     #706 Japanese Quilts with Kitty Pippen

Aug 25, Wednesday            08:30 am                     #707 Raw-Edge Applique

Aug 26, Thursday                    08:30 am                     #708 Fantasy to Fabric

Aug 27, Friday     08:30 am                     #709 Romance with Chintz with Brenda Papadakis

Aug 30, Monday                         08:30 am                     #1022 Scrapbook Quilts w/ Sue Astroth

Aug 31, Tuesday                       08:30 am                     #710 Painted Silk with Sheila Raven


Simply Quilts August, 2004 Schedule DIY: Eastern Standard Time


Aug 09, Monday                         01:30 pm                     #601 Choosing a Quilt Design with Jean Wells

Aug 10, Tuesday                       01:30 pm                     #602 Nigerian Applique with Rachel Clark

Aug 11, Wednesday            01:30 pm                     #603 19th Century Recreations with Jo Morton

Aug 12, Thursday                    01:30 pm                     #604 Scrappy Flag with Gloria Smith

Aug 13, Friday     01:30 pm                     #605 Quilting 101 with Marianne Fons

Aug 16, Monday                         01:30 pm                     #606 Origami Quilts with Rebecca Wat

Aug 17, Tuesday                       01:30 pm                     #607 Delectable Mountains with Gail Searl

Aug 18, Wednesday            01:30 pm                     #608 Patchwork ABCs w/ Liz Porter

Aug 19, Thursday                    01:30 pm                     #609 Beautiful Binding with Sally Collins

Aug 20, Friday     01:30 pm                     #610 Kaleidoscope Quilting with Paula Nadelstern

Aug 23, Monday                         01:30 pm                     #611 Sets & Sashings for Quilts with Phyllis D. Miller

Aug 24, Tuesday                       01:30 pm                     #612 Arabic Lattice with John Flynn

Aug 25, Wednesday            01:30 pm                     #613 Curved Seams with Anita Murphy

Aug 26, Thursday                    01:30 pm                     #614 Quilting with Kids with Kelly Gallagher-Abbott

Aug 27, Friday     01:30 pm                     #615 Plaid Quilt w/ Debbie Caffrey

Aug 30, Monday                         01:30 pm                     #616 Wool Quilts w/ Lorinda Lie

Aug 31, Tuesday                       01:30 pm                     #617 Wearable Quilt Art w/ June Colburn