Programs and Workshops
Board Members - Programs & Workshops - Dawn Minenna & Michele Slaughter

Guild Workshops are open to all
members first and are limited to 20
students, unless otherwise noted.  If
there is space in the class then it will
be open to non-members.

Payment is due at sign up.  There are no
refunds.  If there is no waiting list, you
must find a person to take your place in
order to get a refund.  You can show up
30 minutes prior to the scheduled time to
set up your work area.  You will have 30
minutes following the workshop for clean

Full day workshops include lunch.
Half day workshops include a snack.

Sign up for a workshop at the guild
meeting or by sending an email to the
Workshop coordinator at  Please
put Workshop in the subject line.

WORKSHOPS for 2019:

Pat Yamin of Come Quilt With Me
May 19, 2019  10am-4pm
Holiday Inn Express in Hauppauge
Spinning Star
This one-patch design is a tessellated
pattern that, when sewn by hand or
machine, easily creates six pointed stars.  
Then use the template again to form a
floating background.  Pay Yamin will be
sharing her best tips and tricks for easy
Spinning Star construction.

Ellen Nardoza
July 13, 2019 10am-1pm

St James Lutheran Church

Tie Purse
Repurpose a man's tie to make a
fashionable bag.

Heather Anderson of
Country Ramble
September 21, 2019 10am-1pm
St James Lutheran Church

Wool Pine Tree


Use wool, floral wire and a pair of scissors
to create an amazing wool Christmas tree.

(Kits will be available for purchase with
advance notice containing wool, wire,
dowel and base.)

Michelle Renee Hiatt from
Sew On The Go
November 19, 2019
Finley's Fence
Finley’s Fence features playful rings of
interwoven colors, made up of Fat
Quarters, to create this modern play on an
Irish Links quilt.   This playful quilt comes
together easily with the help of Studio 180
Design’s Corner Pop™.

Roberta Leonard from
Oh Sew Sally
Tuffet Class
Create a stylish conversation piece for
your home.  Upholster using your own
fabrics.  You can purchase a kit from the
instructor or supply the base materials

GUILD PROGRAMS take place at the General meeting.

Guild programs begin at 7:30 PM. Beginning at 5:00 PM the meeting room is open
and is available for your use to work on your own projects or comfort quilts.

We generally have an experienced quilter available to help you with any questions or
problems you may have.

The Go! Cutter club frequently meets during this time.  Bring your cutter or dies to join in!

Annual Quilt Tie In

Ricky Tims Video

Block of the Month Celebration
Quilt Show Preparation

Quilt Show Wrapup
Game Night
(bring twelve 2 1/2 x WOF strips)

Guest Speaker: Pat Yamin

Ugly Quilt Parade

Miniature Quilt Bed Turning

Ice Cream Social & Library booksale

Guest Speaker: Heather Anderson

Orphan Block Auction

Guest Speaker: Michelle Renee Hiatt

Holiday Party