Welcome to the Seaside Piecemakers Programs Guide. As a guild, we are focused on Community Service and Education. We work hard throughout the year raising money to bring teachers from around the country to our guild so that we can learn different techniques, develop new skills and explore all aspects of the quilting world. I encourage you take advantage of this tremendous opportunity. How lucky we are to have these teachers available to us! We welcome guests to register to attend these classes, too.
To register for a class, just click on the green tab for the SSPM online store, located on the right side of the page.
Programs, lectures, classes are held at
Trinity Wellsprings Church
638 South Patrick Drive
Satellite Beach, FL
For questions about upcoming programs, please contact:
Peggy Kelly at email@example.com
We have some exciting teachers lined up beyond the currently published schedule. Click on the months listed below to learn more about upcoming events
Here is a sneak peak at our schedule of national teachers! Be sure to check out their websites!
July 24/25, 2019 Cynthia England – www.englanddesign.com
October 23/24, 2019 Ann Shaw – www.annshawquilting.com
January 22/23, 2020 Karen Eckmeier – www.kareneckmeier.com
April 22/23, 2020 Timna Tarr – www.timnatarr.com
October 28/29, 2020** Shannon Brinkley –www.shannnonbrinkley.com
** tentatively scheduled
Click on the arrow in each blue box to see what’s going on in the coming months!
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June 26: Welcome new members!
Our program will feature the 7 circles affiliated with us.
APPLIQUE ADDICTS, CIRCLE OF FRIENDS, MOONLIGHTERS, QUILT SQUAD,
SUN STITCHERS, TGIF, AND ISLAND QUILTERS.
These groups are spin-offs of our larger membership, divided into smaller groups and led by a member of SSPM. You do NOT have to be a member of SSPM to participate in any of these circles.
In June, we are planning a program for the general meeting, entitled 'SSPM Strips". This will include a table for each individual circle to display what they have been doing throughout the year, as well as their plans for the future. Each circle will have a free pattern that represents what they are. The board has also been challenged to participate in this pattern exchange. These patterns will be given to the membership with the hope that everyone will make a quilt to display at the November meeting. (This is a private exchange, not affiliated with the "Row by Row" that the Quilt Shops around the world organize.
This promises to be a fun filled and informative program for everyone! See you there!