My name is Angela Gubler, and I took my first quilting class in November of 1992 at the Village Quilt Shop in Stone Mountain, Georgia. But, I’ve been obsessed with fabric and fiber and color and creativity as long as I can remember. My mom is very talented, and I grew up pestering her to death to let me sew, so she let me lose with yarn and thread and handwork to begin with, and by the time I was in high school I was working on garment sewing. I was introduced to quilting at this time when we made tied quilts for a women’s shelter in downtown Atlanta. I remember taking the quilts to the shelter and meeting the women and their children. We left the quilts there, but I took with me the experience as it lodged itself hard in my heart, and I’ve never looked back.
Quilt Programs and Workshops
*Log Cabin and Pineapple Blocks
*Circles and Curves
*Needles and Thread
*Modern Quilts vs Modernizing Quilting
Programs generally cover basic techniques, then a comparison and review of related products currently available on the market. Workshops can be built off of the program topics. Available for guilds or groups on location or at The Green Apricot Studio. Fees are reasonable, and a pop-up shop is included. Call or email for current pricing and scheduling options.
Longarm Quilting Services
Email a photo of the full quilt top, a close up of the piecing, the measurements of the quilt, and any special instructions and I will get back to you with design, pricing and scheduling options.
Rescue & Memory Quilt Services
Call or email to schedule an appointment to discuss options for rescuing vintage quilts or for preserving your memories in a quilt format.
1200 Meredith Park Dr., McDonough, GA 30253