Cobblestone Quilters Guild, Charleston, SC - Established 1983

Meetings and Workshops

Eileen Sullivan Trunk Show.

Please join us for these interesting classes..

2019 Meetings & Workshops

**Meetings are the Second Thursday of the month and the program begins - Doors Open at 6:30.
Workshops are on Fridays and / or Saturdays (as specified) from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. All meetings and workshops are held at Yeamans’s Park Presbyterian Church located at 5931 Murray Drive, Hanahan, SC.

We have a great line-up of workshops scheduled for 2019 - There is something for everyone and we hope you all will take advantage of the great teachers and classes at very reasonable prices.
Scholarships are available upon request.

Contact us for more information. Click here for a printable copy of this "lineup".



Sew Days & Workshops


Thursday February 14 - MEETING -
Cheryl Wheeler
will present a history of pincushions.  The presentation will include her collection of pincushions. There will be supplies for everyone to make a pincushion of their own to take home with them.

There will be a short presentation by Chuck Peterson of Royal Family Kids Camps.

A sampling of Cheryl's Pincushion collection

No Workshop in February


Thursday, March 14 - MEETING
Anita Bowen
is a popular and accomplished quilter local to the Columbia, SC area. She will present a lecture on Detours Ahead, Pot Holes and Road Blocks.  

Friday, March 15th, 9am - 3pm - WORKSHOP

The Dutch Puzzle with Anita Bowen

Anita Bowen - Dutch Puzzle


Thursday April 11 - MEETING
Linda Coleman
comes from St Matthews, SC with a wonderful presentation and examples on the uses and advantages of using "Woolie Flannels".

Wollie Flannels

No Workshop in April


Saturday April 13, 9am - 3pm
Community Project Workday


David Gilleland is the owner of Vector Quilts. David designs quilts and travels extensively teaching "Foundation Piecing vs Traditional Piecing.  This lecture focuses on foundation piecing, the benefits, along with when and why it is a useful skill.

Friday, May 10th, 9am - 3pm - WORKSHOP
Beginning Foundation Piecing with David Gilleland. More info:

David Gilleland - Paper Piecing Examples


MEETING - Thursday June 13
A fun night with Quilter's Bingo and Ice Cream Social with "quilt related prizes" for Bingo winners!

No Workshop in June


MEETING - Thursday, July 11
Christmas in July will be the theme for the night with show and tell, by members, patterns to get ready for the coming holiday season!

No Workshop in July


Saturday, July 13, 9am - 3pm
Quilters Day Out


MEETING - Thursday, August 8
Susan Edmonson will be with us with a trunk show of wonderful applique projects during her lecture on "My Creative Journey".  More info:

Friday, August 9, 9am - 3pm - WORKSHOP
Susan Edmonson "Garden Girls" pattern.
This workshop is all done by hand, so leave your machine at home and come create a memory with us!

Garden Girls Workshop with Susan Edmonson


MEETING - Thursday, September 12
Our own Jean Pederson will treat us to a trunk show of her wonderful quilt creations.
There will also be a short presentation by Chuck Peterson on the effect of camp quilts.

No Workshop in September


Saturday, September 14, 9am - 3pm
Quilters Day Out


Thursday, October 10 - MEETING
Cheryl Wheeler will be presenting a lecture and show of quilting projects that demonstrate "Borders with Attitude". Borders can change the feeling of your quilt and take it to a new level.

No Workshop in October

Saturday, October 12, 9am - 3pm
Community Project Workday


Thursday, November 14 - MEETING
Augusta Cole
known for her "Snappy, Scrappy Quilts" lecture and beautiful, colorful quilts. Her creativity with patterns and color will have your creative juices flowing!  More info:

Friday, November 15, 9am - 30m - WORKSHOP with August Cole
will be filled with fun and color for everyone.
Snappy, Scrappy Quilts with Augusta Cole


Thursday, December 12 - MEETING
Christmas/ Holiday Celebration with food, fun and fellowship. The UFO presentations will be made. The choir will put us in the spirit of the holiday with their heartfelt music.

No Workshop in December


We have had a great influx of new members and I've been fielding a lot of questions so I thought it might be timely to publish information on our classes and what a student should bring to class.
  1. Unless stated otherwise - your sewing machine in good working order.  All accessories (especially the power cord!) and your manual is also important.
  2. Basic sewing/quilting notions to include - needles (new machine and hand), scissors/snips,  rotary cutter, cutting mat, rulers, marking tools, pins, etc.
  3. Iron and ironing surface
  4. Utility power cord with multiple plug-ins.
When you sign up and pay for a class you will receive a supply list with all pertinent information from the instructor.  If you sign up at a meeting you will be handed a hard copy of the supply list.  If you sign up by email you can either pick up the hard copy at the next meeting or you can receive it via email.  Prior to class I try to email everyone with updates and another copy of the supply list but that is not guaranteed.  The supply list is NOT available on the web as it is proprietary property of the instructor and should only be available to those who have paid for the class.  I will always gladly email another list to you.

It is important that you read the supply list well in advance of class so that you can procure all of the required materials for a successful class.  If you have questions please contact the Guild Programs Coordinator directly, or through the "contact us" page, and we will contact the instructor.  It is not good policy to have many different people contacting the instructors.

Preparation is the key to having an enjoyable and successful class experience!!

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