We are the Procrastinating Quilters. We meet the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM.  Our location is:

Seville Recreation Center
2640 Seville Blvd
Clearwater, FL.


March Program:

Our next meeting is March 15, 2018 with Jan Cunningham.  Jan will present her lecture “Confessions of an ADD Quilter” at our March meeting. Included in her presentation will be over 50 quilts, 5 of which were made by her grandmother in the 1930’s. The purpose of her lecture is to encourage quilters to think creatively and use their imagination.

Remember these upcoming dates:

Mar 10, 2018 — Charity Sit and Sew
From 9am – 3pm.  Location is Christ Presbyterian Church on Dryer Ave in Largo, FL.  We will be working on a charity project.  Please bring supplies to make a pet bed of any size.    We are also still working on tummy time quilts and placemats for the veterans at Heaven on Earth.  Or you can work on your own project.  Bring your machines and lunch.  Coffee will be provided.  Bring a snack to share if you’d like.

March 17, 2018 — Machine Applique Class with Jan Cummingham
The machine appliqué class with Jan Cunningham will be held on Saturday, March 17. Class fee is $35 plus kit fee of $10. Location: Christ Presbyterian Church, 3115 Dryer Ave, Largo.

This class teaches the method for machine appliqué that is featured in Sharon Schamber’s book “Piece by Piece”. Students will learn every step necessary to have machine appliqué that looks like hand appliqué.



Membership dues are $30 and due now.  Please write out checks to “Procrastinating Quilters” or bring the exact amount.  If you would like a new name badge, they are $10.  If you want holes drilled into your current badge to hold a chain, please bring them the meeting.


We are working on putting on another great quilt show.  The dates are February 15th and 16th, 2019.  See our quilt show website at  midpinellasquiltshow.com for more information.


This year I have asked members to create a small flag or quilted banner that is based on a Prayer Flag. Prayer Flags have their origins in Tibetan and Buddhist traditions. They are often simply colored pieces of fabric that have a word or prayer inscribed on them and are hung out in the wind. It is believed that the good intentions and blessings will be sent out into the world to benefit everyone.
Here are the details / guidelines for the challenge:
  • Create an 8 x 8 banner or small hanging that has your personal wish or prayer as the inspiration. If you wish to attach fringe or ribbons, etc. from the banner, the length of that will not be included in the 8 x 8 size.
  • Your flag / banner may be quilted, but it is not required.
  • Have a sleeve on the back for hanging. Thread a ribbon or piece of fabric through the sleeve that is at least 32” long. This will be used to tie the banners together for display. If you prefer to not have a sleeve, attach ribbons or fabric strips to each side of the hanging that are at least 12” long for the same purpose.
    Bring your Kindness Banner to the May party where we will hang them on display. You may make more than one banner if you like! Overachieving is welcomed when spreading kindness!


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