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Phyllis Brown Workshop hosted by Smart Smockers in Elk Grove Village, Illinois

08/05/2016 - 08/07/2016

Please join us in a fun filled weekend and take advantage of our time with such a talented teacher. Learn new skills and polish old while making new friends. Open the file below for pictures, more information and to register.


Daygown with Faggoted Edges 

Molly: A Drawn Thread Yoke Dress  sizes 12-24 month or 18" doll 
 A Monogrammed Towel for Dee
For more in formation, see flyer below, or contact Kate Westlake at
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Sew Cal Gals host Judith Adams

Snowdrop Bishop Dress

08/12/2016 - 08/14/2016

Chapter: Sew Cal Gals
Region: REGION V

Join the Sew Cal Gals in August as they host Judith Adams for 3 days of classes:

8/12  Ultimate Elegant Needlework Bag
8/13-14  Snowdrop Bishop

For more information, click on the link below or contact Chris Sykes at   or 626-286-8703

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Debbie Glenn Workshop hosted by Great Lakes Smocking Chapter in South Lyon, Michigan

10/20/2016 - 10/22/2016

Come join us for our workshop with Debbie Glenn. It's sure to be great fun, food and oh yes learning. Non-SAGA members are also  welcome. What a great way to expose them to what SAGA has to offer.

Debbie will be teaching the following classes

  • Butterfly Kisses Smocked Baby Gown
  • Dolly's Shadow Applique' Pinrfore (Machine Class)
  • Cutwork Butterfly Tea Towel (Machine Class)

Click on the link below for class details, pictures and the registration form.

Contact Debby Rais at 248-348-0399 with any questions you may have.

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Dogwood Chapter Hosts Cindy Foose

10/20/2016 - 10/22/2016

Chapter: Dogwood Chapter

Join the Dogwood Chapter as they host Cindy Foose for 3 days of classes, October 20 - 22, 2016.

Segmented Construction:  Concentrate on Concepts (15 hours)
Decorative Edges (3 hours)

Click on Brochure or email Renee Infinger at for more information.

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Fall 2016 Barbara Meger to teach at the Chesapeake Treasures


Chapter: Chesapeake Treasures

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