Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Lucky Seven BOM 2019



"Lucky Seven 2018"

Our 2019 Lucky 7 Saturday Sampler Quilt begins in January.
We have two beautiful colorways, and you can choose your
background in blue or pink! Adee designed our quilt this year!
Pay $7 for your first block and get the next 11 for free when
you come every month for our Saturday Sampler!  


On the first Saturday of each month, we meet from 10 AM to 11 AM.
We have a doorprize, show and tell, refreshments and Lucky 7,
and something special is always on sale! You receive one ticket for
the Saturday Sampler door prize drawing just for being present. And
you receive an additional ticket for each show and tell you bring.
It's FUN! Plan on joining us.


Monday, November 12, 2018

2019 Lucky Seven BOM Details Coming soon!








Our 2019 Lucky 7 Saturday Sampler Quilt begins in January and we'll have a sample ready for you to see very soon!

Just pay $7 for your first block and get the next 11 for free when you attend our Saturday Sampler program every month.

On the first Saturday every month, we meet from 10AM to 11AM. We have door prizes, show and tell, refreshments and Lucky 7 - and something special is always on sale!

Receive one ticket for the Saturday Sampler door prize drawing just for being present and receive an additional ticket for each show and tell item you bring.

It's FUN! Watch our website, Facebook and Instagram for the sneak peek of our 2019 BOM quilt!

For complete program details visit our website. (Please note certain details may change for 2019 based on the program requirements.)

- Linda

Friday, September 28, 2018

Sunday Best is on the list of the 10 Best Craft Stores in Georgia!


Sunday Best Quiltworks is excited and honored to have been named one of the 10 Best Craft Stores in Georgia by AmericanTowns Media and Best Things Georgia in August! See the full list and be sure to stop by and visit with us the next time your in the area! (We're worth the trip, just sayin'!)


Friday, July 20, 2018

Quilt History Lecture Series by Linda Camp





Linda's first quilt history lecture, Quilting in America from the 1860's to the Early 1900's, was held July 14th and we covered quite a bit of interesting information including how fabrics and colors, and therefore quilts, evolved as technology advanced, how the patterns we use today have evolved, how the cyclical nature of trends and fads affected quilting throughout this period and what was going on from colonization to just after the civil war. Beautiful antique quilts rand fabric samples reflecting these topics were on display for everyone to enjoy.

We recorded the lecture and will have it ready to download very soon. If you missed it and were hoping to catch up, watch for an email or follow us on Facebook. We'll announce the details on how you can view the recording as soon as we have it ready.


Our next lecture is coming up in August on the 11th and everyone is invited to attend!

Quilt History Lecture: Quilts from the 1860's to the Early 1900's $10 admission
Sat. Aug. 11, 3pm-4:30pm
Linda Camp
 
Styles in quilts and quilting changed dramatically after the Civil War.  The country had changed. There were advances in dye technology,  making it possible for ladies to more easily dye their fabrics at home, also allowing factories to produce exciting new styles and colors of fabrics.

There were new patterns for quilt blocks circulating among ladies sewing circles, and some of them became associated with certain parts of the country where they developed.  There was a nation wide fad for adding Red and Green to quilts, sometimes the results were stunning and sometimes, a great mistake!

 
We have many examples of quilts from the 1870’s to show and we also have quilts that are examples of how styles and color preferences were changing during the early 1900’s. 

For the first time ladies could order fabric from catalogs, making colors and styles available to the entire country for the first time.  Many families have treasured quilts from this time period.  It’s a wonderful opportunity to learn more.

Please call the shop to reserve your spot.
706-569-7744
Limit 30 spaces.

Monday, June 4, 2018

2018 Challenge Quilt at Sunday Best Quiltworks


Our 2018 Challenge quilt competition is on!

Our challenge fabric is a panel 24" x WOF.
Use the panel in any way you please.
Cut it apart, piece it into other blocks, and add whatever you choose.
The finished quilt must be throw size (50"x60") or larger.
It must be quilted (in any method you choose) and bound.
Entries must be returned to Sunday Best by Aug. 1, 2018.
The panels may be purchased for $2 and all proceeds will be donated to Hope Harbour, along with all the completed quilts.

Winners will receive SBQ Gift Certificates:
1st place - $75 gift certificate
2nd place - $50 gift certificate
3rd place - $25 gift certificate.

Call the shop to reserve your panel or stop by to pick one up and enter the Challenge!

Hugs,
Linda

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Here's our ROW for Row By Row Sew Musical 2018!


We are thrilled to share our Row
"Do Re Me Fa SEW La Ti Do"!

Come see us June 21st through
September 4th to pick up our Row!

Hugs,
Linda

Friday, May 11, 2018

Row by Row "Sew Musical" Starts June 21st!



I've been working with our amazing staff to create our Classic 36"x9" row for this year's Sew Musical Row By Row theme and it's as cute as can be!
But WAIT, we can't share our row until the program begins on June 21st!



Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram to catch the soon-to-be-released debut of our Sew Musical Row!
If you've never participated in Row By Row you're really missing out.
Click the link for complete Row by Row program details and a list of participating shops... including Sunday Best Quiltworks in Ellerslie, Georgia.

We love to meet visitors from all over the country when you stop by and pick up our row!
-Linda