A Fabulous Seminar week with Maureen McNaughton

As I write this information for my blog, my good friend, Sally McAloon, and I, have just completed and are recovering from hosting a wonderful seminar with Maureen McNaughton in Annapolis, Maryland from Nov 16-20, 2011.  This is the fourth seminar that we have hosted with teacher Maureen since February 2007.  We have her for five days, usually from Wednesday thru Sunday.  Our students just love our location.  One of the most popular features of our seminar is that we leave the classroom open in the evenings.  Students can go out and have dinner and return to the classroom for as long as they like.  It is a great opportunity for students to complete their projects or get pretty close to completion.  We have great food and every student gets a welcome gift as well as a favor each day that is made with pure love by our hands.  The painted projects that were taught by Maureen can be seen on our website at http://ssbrushstrokes.com.  Keep in mind that these are new projects and have not been released to the public yet.  If you are interested in any of these projects, consider having me come teach any of these at your location.  Our next Annapolis seminar with Maureen will be in November 2013.  We have not finalized any of the details as of this date.  However, if you would like to be added to our mail list, please contact Sally or me.  Details are on our website under the “Contact” tab.

Also, keep in mind that Maureen’s Russian designs have been licensed to decorate fabric in the quilting market under the name of Maureen Calvert Kiev Collection 1 and 2.  You can see more of this fabric collection at http://elizabethsstudio.wordpress.com.

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I have been given permission by my friend, Betty Caithness, to teach any of her unpublished designs.   So, be on the lookout for these to come on my schedule in the near future.

Hope to see you in one of my classes soon!

Sandy