Sewcials held at the Police Academy, 350 Amber Drive, San Francisco.
See map below or Click here for map/directions.
Sewcials are an important part of SFQG. Here’s where we learn new techniques, and relearn those old techniques (I don’t remember how we do…), share our creativity with each other and just have fun.
Please pay when you sign up in advance for Sewcials.
A supply list will be provided when you sign up. Arrive about 15 minutes before the start of the workshop (9:45 am) to set up and get directions so that we can begin on time. Please remember that there are no refunds for cancellations.
For the comfort of all, please attend Sewcials “fragrance-free.”
General Supply List:
In addition to Supply List for each Sewcial, please bring: extension cord, cutting board,rRotary cutter, sewing machine, rulers, fabric, etc.
Bring your lunch or there are several places to purchase within walking distance.
April 29 (moved from March 22)
Crazy Quilt Blocks
Instructor: Kellie Neal
Come join us and make crazy quilt blocks the easy way - no pattern needed! Dig out all those fabrics that are left over from other projects or that you have been saving for something special. You can use just about anything, sateens, cottons, velvets - and don't forget the embellishments, lace, buttons, charms - whatever you want. Who knows what you can create! Fee $10
May 3, 2014, 1-4 pm
Note Location: Carlton Corners Scout House, 299 Carlton Avenue, San Bruno, CA 94066
Transportation from the Caltrans Station or San Bruno Bart station is available. Don’t wait for the paper invitation; if you have not been to a new member social please come. We’ll make name tags, get to know each other and trade quilting stories.
Contact: Becky Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (650) 302-6391
May 17, 2014
Patchwork Tote Bag
Instructor: Tish Chung
Join the class and make this fun and roomy bag in your own distinctive style! Great for using any collection of fabrics such as batiks, ethnic fabrics, stripes, dots, color scheme etc. If you have some favorite extra blocks, you can mix those in too. It’s an easy and addictive pattern to make.