Auction Quilt Sew Day @ Marks Street Senior Recreation Center
Sep 28 @ 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM

This is the last Auction Quilt Sew Day before the Auction!

Please bring:

sewing machine, basic sewing supplies, ruler, mat and rotary cutter, and neutral thread.  We still have quilts that need finishing touches.
Thank you!

Janet Fogg Class @ Wandering Stitches
Sep 30 @ 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM

Janet is going to share her technique on how to create a gorgeous animal quilt. You can choose one from many patterns to work on. Kits are between $75 and $90. They include the pattern and all fabric for the quilt. Here are a few of the possibilities:

Go to: to see all of the choices.

FCFQG October Meeting @ Marks Street Senior Recreation Center
Oct 2 @ 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
  • Social hour goes from 5 to 6
  • Business Meeting begins at 6
  • Program begins at 6:30

Award winning quilter, quilter artist and teacher, Janet has a gift for creating animals in quilts. Janet will be sharing some of her award winning quilts and her journey.

I am so excited to be able to spend some time with Janet. I have been admiring her quilts for 20 years.

This is one of my favorite Janet Fogg Quilts:

RESCHEDULED – Featherweight Maintenance Class @ Faith Assembly of God
Oct 14 @ 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Johnny Johnston will teach his Featherweight Maintenance Class – this is a must-take class for Featherweight owners! He will have machines for sale as well.

Here is what the class will cover:

1. A brief history of the Featherweight.
2. How to get the most from your Featherweight.
3. Common Featherweight problems and how to resolve them.
4. Doing your own maintenance. This is hands on and you will service your machine. Bring everything you have to maintain your 221 (see list below).
5. What are all those attachments for?
6. What new attachments are there for my Featherweight?
7. Questions & answers

What you need to bring to class:
1. Your personal Featherweight and everything you have for it ( book, accessory feet, motor lube, cleaning brush, screw driver, bobbins, needles, case, power & foot control cords, thread and cloth)
2. The oiler you use, if you have one.
3. A flashlight.
4. An old towel or cloth to set your machine and items on. (We don’t want to get the tables covered in oil and dirt.)
5. A piece of batting about 8” square.
6. A magnifying glass if you need one to help you see small things.
7. A couple of rags.

If you would like to print this information, please click HERE for a .pdf version.

Bring a bag lunch or you can zip out to a nearby fast food place.

There will be signs at Faith Assembly of God to direct you to the room where the class will be held.

Florida Cabin Fever Quilt Auction @ Maitland Civic Center
Oct 21 all-day

Enjoy an evening of music, food, liquid refreshments and beautiful quilts available to the lucky bidders at this event.

Your ticket includes appetizers, dessert and tea. Wine will be available for purchase.