December 2020 E-Newsletter
It's Been a Year!
Who could have predicted 2020? Never in our wildest dreams did we imagine the events that have kept the SEFAA Center shuttered since mid-March. We've had to pivot to online programming and have (surprisingly!) discovered there are benefits to going virtual - no traffic jams, no packing up/transporting supplies, and no geographic barriers. We've had virtual class participants from The Netherlands, Finland, Nigeria, and from many states outside of the Southeast along with instructors from Alaska and Mexico. Now, we actually have to consider time zones when scheduling classes and events.
In spite of what 2020 has thrown at us, though, we are still here - a vital and viable community devoted to fiber arts. We've survived because of your support. Thank you!

PS We hope to reopen the SEFAA Center for small, safe events in the first quarter of 2021. So, here's to a new year of textiles and being together once again!
Learn. Create. Explore.
December 2 - Virtual Event
Stitching Time
December 1,3,8,10,15,17, 22, 29, and 31 - Virtual Event
Lunchtime Fiber Open Studios
December 5 and 12 - Virtual Class
Goddess Dolls
(You can still register IF you can pick up your kit at the SEFAA Center.
January 10 - Virtual Lecture
Artist Talk: Gabriela Martinez Ortiz
January 16 and 30 - Virtual Class
Knit Socks Toe Up
January 17 - Virtual Class
Hand Stitching Embellished Clothing
January 19 - Virtual Event
Book Club Meeting
NEW! March 9-12 - In Person Class
Make a Leather Handbag
Registration will open by 12/11.
May 1-30 - Exhibition
Square Foot Fiber Art Pin Up Show 2021
Start working on your entry now! The optional theme is Joy. Entries must incorporate at least one textiles technique and be 12" x 12" x 12" or smaller. Entry is free for all.
We'd like to recognize our Georgia Gives Day - Giving Tuesday donors - Lemoyne, Linda, Kim, and two Facebook donors. Your generosity and continued support are sincerely appreciated! - 678.235.4328