Showing posts from January, 2019

A Few Spots Left for Kathy Nutley Workshop Saturday, January 26th

Kathy Nutley’s Workshop:  Adding Color to Your Quilts Location:   United Church of Christ on the Green                            323 Temple Street                            New Haven, CT                           (Parking available behind church)                       Date:          Saturday,January 26, 2018 Time:          9:00 am to 3:00 PM
Fee: $40    (Make checks out to SAQA CT) Send to:  Jan Doyle, 60 Peddlers                                                               Drive, Branford, CT 06405 or bring to

Lisa Walton Teaching at ProChem in July 2019

Lisa Walton, from Australia, is coming to Massachusetts teach techniques for dyeing, stamping, and manipulating fabric to create design – IF we can fill the class!    Lisa is a lot of fun, very talented and a foodie to boot! She is world-renowned but generally unknown in New England, so this is a chance to get into a class that will become very popular as word spreads.
Check out past workshop results on YouTube
Register or read about the class at

Sisters in Cloth in Madison

Sisters In Cloth Exhibit Tranquility Mercy by the Sea 167 Neck Rd. Madison, CT 06443 Exhibit Dates: January 3 – Feb 19 Reception: Sunday Jan 6th2-4pm    Snow date: Sunday January 13th2-4pm
TRANQUILITY – The January exhibit at Mercy by the Sea, is a collection of quilt art by the current members of Sisters in Cloth – a group of Connecticut women who meet regularly to encourage and inspire each other to make art. The exhibit includes a combination of both recent and older works, all curated to create a sense of calm. 
Sisters in Cloth began in 2000 as part of the Guilford Newcomers Club. The group has been exhibiting their work along the Connecticut shoreline for 15 years and some members have shown their work across the United States and abroad. 
Members include: Diane Wright, Robin Wolek, Debra Bento, Yvette Howard, Carol Ludington, Barbara Coleman Adams, Gail Kotowski, Linda Zimmerman, Ruth Anne Olson, Gina Grubb Frank, Alice Chittenden, and Lynne Allen.