IMPORTANT: Only payment in full reserves your workshop space. In order to hold your spot in any class, you must pay for it now. Make checks out to Naples Quilters Guild, and mail them to Judy Bauckham 7668 Sussex Ct. Naples, FL 34113.
The guild does not provide refunds. If you are unable to attend, YOU must find your replacement. The program chairman will maintain a waiting list, but it will be your responsibility to fill your spot.
Future workshops are up to you! Because attendance at workshops has fallen off in recent years, we have adopted a far more conservative policy in booking future teachers. Although the guild underwrites some of the expense of our teachers, our Standing Rules mandate that workshops shall be self-sustaining. We have calculated that with all the expenses (travel, teacher fees and an increase in GGCC fee) a minimum of 15 participants is our break-even point. In fairness to our teachers and to enable us to avoid paying for things we can’t use, we must decide at least 30 days in advance whether we will have a workshop or will need to cancel it. We simply cannot wait until the day before.
What can you do to help?
Support the guild and take some classes! Sign up today! Try something new. You’re bound to develop some new skills and you’ll definitely have a good time while making new friends and strengthening old bonds.
Talk to your friends and suggest teachers that several of you would like us to contact for the upcoming year. We’re always looking for ideas, and we want to be sure we are hiring the people you truly want to see.
If you have any questions or want to sign up for any of our wonderful classes,
Send your checks made out to Naples Quilters Guild to: Judy Bauckham
When you ﬁlled out your membership application in the spring, many of you also indicated quilt teachers that you would like to see lecture and teach for our guild. These requests were all passed along to me and I wanted to let you know the status on most of your requests.
Barbara Brackman is no longer teaching for quilt guilds.
Bonnie Hunter is booked through 2018 and is not currently taking booking beyond that date.
Caryl Bryer Fallert is not teaching for guilds.
Angela Walters came to teach for our guild in 2016.
Edyta Sitar was contacted by email with a request but she did not respond.
Gwen Marston is no longer teaching for individual guilds.
Kathy Sandbach died in 2012.
Kim Deihl is not taking new teaching engagements.
Susan Carlson is coming to teach for our guild in 2016.
Mark Lipinski class and lecture cost is not economical for our guild.
Vicki Bellino does teach classes.
English Paper Piecing – Julia Wood will be teaching a Hexie’s class in 2016.
I just thought you should would want to know that I do pay attention to your input. Feel free to send me your ideas
at any time. We are fully booked with teachers through 2016. We’ve got some pretty exciting things coming up!
JAN 20, 2018 at EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH
Karen Stockwell is offering a class DOUBLE WEDDING RING - A MODERN MARRIAGE.
No curved piecing! No football-shaped pieces to set in!
Border it, band it, change the colors on the rings!
Make it as traditional as you want, or learn how to change it up into a whole new concept. The flexibility and versatility of this block is surprising!
This can be made as a wall-hanging, but it can easily be changed to a table-runner, a pillow or even a full-sized quilt.
The wall-hanging with 4" rings can be made in a full-day class. Instructions are also given to easily change the size of the rings from 4" to any size you want.
16" x 16" and up (or down).
Pattern required in class. $10. Includes 3 full sized templates for 4", 6" or 8" squares, directions for changing the size of the rings, and 3 finishing techniques.
Good for all skill levels.
February Program and Workshops –
Teacher Judy Coates Perez
Judy Coates Perez will leave her caravan of creativity in Sacramento, CA
and will join us in February to share her artistic insights.
She describes herself as one part gypsy and two parts visual alchemist.
She has authored two books:
10+ Techniques with Acrylic Inks and
Alternatively Bound and Stitched.
Her resume includes a long list of awards and she has appeared
many times on the TV series Quilting Arts.
Her work was featured on the March/April 2016 cover of Machine Quilting Unlimited magazine.
Friday and Saturday 2-Day Class – Paint and Print-APalooza
February 16 & 17, 2018 – 9:30 to 4:30 – Flash Sew & Quilt