Nov. 1: Marketplace at Satellite Beach Schecter Center
Marketplace is held in conjunction with the Satellite Beach Founder's Day Parade. Our vendor booth is the first one inside the door at Schecter Center (South Patrick Drive). The sales items are treasures made by our members: quilts, neck coolers, microwave bowls, phone carriers, snap bags, mini wallets, zippered "keeping bags" for coins or IPods, coasters, embroidered shirts and towls and placemats, etc. - all lovely, well-made items. You could do a lot of Christmas shopping at this event, meeting local artisans in various booths and enjoying every moment. Proceeds from our sale benefit homeless and needy children here in Brevard County.
Coastal Quilters Members
Time to relax, visit, and celebrate the year's productivity
We will gather at 9:30 for a social hour, at 10:00 enjoy a special trunk show presented by the PIGGS (Pretty Impressive Garage Gal Sewers), and at 11:30 share a potluck meal followed by more socializing and members' show and tell.
Meeting Site: Scotty Culp Auditorium
565 Cassia Blvd., Satellite Beach
Bring a potluck dish to share with members and guests. Please reserve your space with Andria Roney, our Celebration Hostess, (firstname.lastname@example.org) who would like some information from you.
Coming Soon: The opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for a gorgeous red and black quilt featuring tulips and a very striking design made by Nancy Deibner and longarm quilted by Sheryl Milner. Proceeds will purchase shoes for homeless Brevard elementary aged children.
Not a member but want to "check out the group?" Feel free to come an participate.
QAKH Quilt Distribution
Yes, we are still working on QAKH quilts for our homeless and hurting Brevard children and will be distributing the quilts the first week of November.
Click on the video below for the August quilt-in. Though the woman at the beginning is identified as Sheryl Milner, QAKH's coordinator, it is actually Margie Engel. Margie will quickly tell you that Sheryl is much better looking, and younger too! The real treat is seeing Lydia Howald, one of our senior campers.