Special Events and Workshops

updated  4.6.2021 

Special Events


Spring Fling

We’re having Spring Fling 2021 virtually this year! On May 22 at 9 a.m., please join us for 4 great classes and get ready to win one of eight $25 gift cards from the stores that we usually meet at with our Neighborhood Groups – it’s a great way to still support them until we get back together again. There’s no cost to members, and you’ll receive ASG money if you’re a chapter member.

We are having 4 interesting classes; 2 will be demo only and 2 classes will be demo with time to work on the project.

We’ll be drawing for a chance to win 1 of 2 gift certificates during each class (for a total of the 8 prizes available). As long as you’re still logged into the Zoom event, you’ll be in the pot for that drawing.

Classes include: (not necessarily in this order)

Inklingo-Demo only – Teacher (Nancy Loiselle)

Kraft-Tex and Cork Wristlet-Demo only-Teacher (Mary Collen)

Inking on fabrics- Teacher (Michele Howe)

Blackwork – Teacher (Liz Behnke)

A supply list for the 2 project classes will be provided 1-2 weeks before the event.

Please pencil in the date to join us and support the work these teachers have put into their presentations. We look forward to seeing you!

Zoom details:
Topic: Spring Fling
Time: May 22, 2021 09:00 AM Pacific Time

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 849 6076 8607
Passcode: Spring (with a capital S)

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(253) 215 8782 
Meeting ID: 849 6076 8607
Passcode: 429049


Teaching Statement

As we are an organization that values, respects and appreciates the talents of one another; and

We acknowledge that every Member cannot attend every learning opportunity; and

We respect the effort, time and expense an Instructor devotes to preparing for and teaching a class; and

We recognize that a Member may want to share this information with others; and

Therefore, any Member, after taking any class presented at an SPS event or meeting who wishes to share the information must first ask the Instructor of said class to either:

  1. Teach the class at a Neighborhood Group meeting; or
  2. Obtain the instructor’s permission to teach the class and/or use the Instructor’s class materials.