PVQA

Upcoming Events

Joy-Lily Dye and Discharge workshop
Saturday, June 11 or Sunday, June 12 (two separate workshops)

 

Joy-Lily lecture and trunk show
Monday, June 13th, 2016 

Joy-Lily is a silk painter, fabric dyer, fabric printer and quilt maker. She is inspired by the natural world: shells, flowers, and leaves offer endless choices of colors and forms to celebrate. She believes we are all born artists and that some of us may have had our creativity stifled at an early age. Joy-Lily will share her quilts and quilt journey with us in her lecture at our June meeting.

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Annual Flea Market
Monday July 9th

Are you sorting through your stash for fabric to sell at our Flea Market? If you’re not selling, our annual Flea Market is a fabulous opportunity to pick up premium fabric, tools, and patterns at bargain prices. What one quilter is selling is another quilter’s next great project start!
Contact Meryl Selman to sign up for a table–they’re going fast! No charge; tables are for members only.
You can reach Meryl at secondvp@pvqa.org, or find her on our roster.

Bee a Social Quilter
Monday July 9th

Quilting Bee on July 9th at Portola Heights, 1007 Freedom Blvd., Watsonville. Skills demos will be offered to those who are interested. Other members: come to the Bee with your handwork, your machine project, and any questions you may have. There will be folks to help and lots of space, extension cords, irons and ironing boards. Quilting is fun and even more fun with other quilters!
 Email or phone Meryl Selman to sign up. (She’s on the roster.) The Bee is free!

Meryl Selman, “My South African Quilt Safari”
Monday August 8th

Meryl will share her quilting and other assorted adventures in South Africa in a lively program, ” My South African Quilt Safari”.  Lovely quilts, interesting people and inspiring stories will be shared.  And did someone say fabric?

PVQA is on Facebook

The guild now has a presence of Facebook. Facebook is useful for getting information out to local members of the community. If you are on Facebook, please like the guild, so that we can get more exposure to those new to quilting or those looking to join.