Palmetto Quilt Guild
The purpose of the guild is to promote the art of quilting, to provide educational opportunities in the quilting arts, and to provide community service and outreach.
July – The Art of Art Quilting
At our July 21st meeting, the “PQG Summer Celebration” will continue.Ron Hodge, Jody Wigton, Shaaron Thomas, Donna Stankiewicz, in collaboration with Peg Weshcke (unavailable for the meeting), will present a program and trunk show which they are calling “The Art of Art Quilting”.
We will be treated to an array of their beautiful and original creations and will gain insights into the creative processes, special techniques and unique materials which are used to create them. Please come and enjoy another exhibition of sensational work done by our own members.
Treats will be provided, and the guest fee will be waived.
Location: Palmetto Electric, off Mathews Drive, HHI
September 15 & 16 Cheryl Sieboda
September 15th Lecture:
Working Weekly – Staying Inspired – How small quilts helped me find my artistic voice.
September 16th Workshop:
Experiments in Dimensional Sewing with Cheryl Sleboda
Learn heirloom smocking techniques, tucking, ruching, and other fabric manipulations, and then learn how to use them in your next quilt. Whether you are a traditional, contemporary, art, or modern quilter, you can add a cutting edge, yet classic, look to your next project. Great for beginners and experienced quilters.
Workshop: 9 am to 3:30 pm. We will be hand sewing in the AM and working on machine techniques after lunch.
Cost is $40/member, $50/non-member plus a $25 kit fee. The kit fee will be payable to the instructor and collected at the workshop.
October 20 & 21 Carole Lyles Shaw
October 20th Lecture/Trunk Show:
What Is A Modern Quilt – And How Do I Get Started?
**** Meeting location: Palmetto Hall Plantation Club House – 1 PM****
October 21st Workshop:
Fibonacci Quilt: Improv Made Easy
Workshop participants will create blocks that look modern, random and improvisational.
Block construction and arrangement is based on a progressive number series discovered in the Middle Ages called the Fibonacci Sequence – a mathematical phenomenon common in many elements in nature. This will be a stash busting workshop.
Time: 9AM to 3:30 PM Cost: $40/member $50/non-member
Location: PSD HHI (Water Company off Mathews Drive)
Contact PalmettoQuiltGuild@gmail.com for more information on the workshops.
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