Please join us for the...
2017 First Saturday Sampler BOM!
12 month program - we meet every first Saturday of each month.
Cost: $25 to enroll and $5 for the first month's block.
Starts January 7th, 2017
Please contact the shop for details.
This year's $5 First Saturday Block of the Month is a wonderful quilt designed by Moda called - Be My Neighbor!
It's a cheerful neighborhood of cute houses in all shapes and sizes with trees, flowers and birds! It's all pieced except for a tiny bit of applique. This monthly event is a great way to meet new people, socialize with friends and work on something together.
Join us on the first Saturday of each month for an entertaining lecture/demo of that month's block with tips by Bonnie to make your piecing even easier. You'll also receive a packet with one or two house blocks, instructions and a generous piece of fabric for each block (it's up to you to choose the rest of the fabric to create your own special neighborhood). The fabrics supplied will be from several lines designed by Kim Diehl, consisting of rich deep tones of reds, teals, purples, harvest orange, greens and blacks. The quilt measures 68" x 84-1/2".
The cost to join is $25.00 and $5.00 for the first month's block. Each month's block thereafter is FREE when you attend the session with your prior month's completed block (otherwise it's $5.00). This is a 12 month program. There are now six sessions to choose from (9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm, 1:30pm, 3:00pm & 4:30PM) - and you can attend the one that's most convenient for you each month.
Also, it's okay if you can't attend every month - most people miss a few.
You'll receive a binder at the startup class along with all the program details. Feel free to contact the shop with any questions. Hope to see you there!!!
If you're interested, please RSVP by responding to this email or calling the shop. Come, enjoy, have fun and "won't you be my neighbor??" (changing your sweater and shoes is optional!!! LOL!).
PS - The quilt pictured above was borrowed from a wonderful friend of the shop - thanks Sharon!