The 38th Annual Bulloch Hall Quilt Show will be held on March 6-15, 2020. We're excited to present a special exhibit of quilted art entitled “Inspired by Endangered Species”
And the raffle quilt was longarm quilted by me! It's a huge quilt, and tickets are available at the show.
Tiny Stitches Special Event
March 13, 2020
Aurifilosophy Lecture & Trunk Show
$15 for 2 hour session
March 13 9:30am to 4pm
Karen Miller Freemotion Workshop
$100 for all day session (lunch provided)
Free Motion Quilting on Home Machines:
Wanderings – A Table Topper
March 14 9:30am to 4pm
Karen Miller Free Motion Workshop (Intermediate)
$100 for all day session (Lunch provided)
Curled Feather- A Table Topper
2518 E. Piedmont Rd
Marietta GA 30062
Ph: 770 565 1113
Skill Builders for March
Skills Builder 12 month Series
Have you taken Intro to Quilting and you’re ready for the ‘next step’? Do you want to use some traditional designs, learn new techniques and improve your accuracy? Do you want to make a variety of projects from your favorite fabrics? Do you want to learn how to use pre-cuts? Do you want to learn which tools you can get the most use out of, and make better buying choices? Then this skill builder series might be for you.
10am-5pm monthly. - $50 per session
For the past 3 1/2 years I have enjoyed working at Tiny Stitches, helping with special events and especially teaching classes. Moving forward, I will no longer be working at the shop on the sales floor. I will continue to teach there and I do very much plan to stay a member of the 'shop family' but I just needed to make some hard decisions about how I dedicate my time. I love the team at the shop and the customers always brightened my day, I will dearly miss greeting so many familiar and friendly faces. Please know, that I will still be available to help in any way I can, and I will continue to enjoy teaching classes at the shop.
I am so thankful for the friends I've made and the old friends I've kept in touch with because of my time at the shop. You will see me there from time to time both as a teacher and as a quilter. In the end, it was probably the commute that did me in, but I will be using the time I spent at the shop to quilt and design! So it's a win all the way around!
Look for my quilts and patterns to continue to be available at Tiny Stitches. And keep an eye on Millie and make sure she behaves please! LOL
I'm sure that was a hard decision. I'm sure it will help your creativity flourish into many new quilt designs!ReplyDelete