The Flying Geese Quilt Guild will offer virtual programming while prohibited from gathering face to face.

Programs begin promptly at 7pm and may be accessed by following the link to be provided. Lectures scheduled during regular monthly meetings will open at 6:30 pm with lectures following a little business.

To sign up for a program or for more information, go to the Register for Program link. We look forward to seeing you online!

2021 Programs

Anita Grossman Solomon

Monday 3/15/21 6:30pm Pages from the Make it Simpler Notebook

Saturday 3/20/21 9:30am - 3:30pm Anita's Arrowhood Block Workshop

Click here for supply list for workshop

Becky Goldsmith

Monday 4/19/21 6:30pm A Practical Approach to Color

Saturday 4/24/21 9:30am-3:30pm Hand Quilting Basics & Beyond



Candace Hassen

Monday, July19, 2021 "Inspiration"
I share how I got the idea to make my quilts; along with the strategies I use throughout my process to stay organized, get things finished, and have fun while doing it. I share why I made the design decisions that I made. I hope to help you see the world around you with fresh eyes, and get inspired by so much more than just other quilts.

Saturday, July 24, 2021 "Sonja's Windows"

See how many different quilts you can make using this strip piecing method.

Sarah Ann Smith

Monday, August 16, 2021 "With a Dash of Color"
There are many ways to learn how to use color:  a favorite sweater, a swatch of fabric, a magazine photo, or the color wheel.  Sarah explains them all while showing her progress from first quilt to recent work.

Saturday, August 21, 2021 "Balinese Garden
This is a project class using fusible web and decorative and utility stitches on your sewing machine to make this small wall hanging, table runner or pillow top inspired by the lush gardens of Bali. This pattern would be stunning in vibrant batiks, a cream-to-toffee elegant color-scheme, a gentle pastel selection, or brights. Balinese Garden Class Supply List here.

David Sirota

Monday, September 20,2021 "What Makes a Quilter Tick?"