Coastal Carolina Fair
Information to be available prior to the fall fair.
2021 March Program information: Amy Southerland will give a presentation on her quilted postcards at Thursday (3/11) night’s meeting, and on Saturday (3/13) we will have a Zoom Virtual Sew-In (10 AM-12 PM), & Amy will join us to help instruct us on how to make our own quilted postcards. Supplies needed: Pellon 71F or 72F (71 has fusible on one side, 72 has fusible on both sides), white fabric or card stock, batting (optional), and fabric scraps.
Friday, July 9, 2021 Sulky will present a workshop making the “Pumpkin Market Tote.” (We should have a photo of the project soon.) The project is very reasonably priced and just in time to make it before Fall!
Quilters Day Out
During our Quilters Day Out our members gather to sew together, usually on a Saturday. These occur three times a year. There is often a planned activity, but sewers are welcome to bring their own projects. Contact Karen Kendo directly, or through our Contact Us page, for any questions.
Karen Kendos, Quilters’ Day Out Committee
Contact Karen Kendo directly, or through our Contact Us page, for any questions.
TAKING A CLASS – IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW AND DO!
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.
- Unless stated otherwise – your sewing machine in good working order. All accessories (especially the power cord!) and your manual is also important.
- Basic sewing/quilting notions to include – needles (new machine and hand), scissors/snips, rotary cutter, cutting mat, rulers, marking tools, pins, etc.
- Iron and ironing surface
- 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!!