Tag Archives: 2021

As in past years, there will be no guest speaker at the December meeting. Instead, plan to celebrate together for the first in-person general meeting in two years! This will be a social event in appreciation of all loyal guild members. There will be a “White Elephant Gift Exchange”. Find a special something, quilting or […]

with Laura Mott Saturday, 9:30 am to 4:00 pm Join Laura Mott for her annual Mystery Quilt Workshop. Get clues and make a quilt based just on clues and fabric cutting instructions. You never know what you’ll end up with and each quilt always looks so beautiful and unique. Chances are you can even finish […]

featuring Jenni Smith Jenni is the first person ever to have produced a quilting book in collaboration with Liberty London – the iconic British Brand renowned for their beautiful fabrics including Tana Lawn. Her presentation is about the making of this book, released in 2021. It’s a practical quilt book with 15 projects to make, […]

Saturday, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Take the technology leap and put LED lights into an Artist Trading Card! Make an Artist Trading Card in class, and then light it up with a LED! Learn a basic circuit, and a few more tricks to make your small art quilt shine. Class Cost does not include […]

featuring Cheryl Sleboda Learn all about e-textile and soft circuit technology and see some of the amazing things fashion students and artists are creating. This technology has made the jump into the fiber art world, including quilts! See how easy it is to include this technology in your work. You don’t have to be an […]

featuring Julia Fikse This interactive, fun, and informative lecture will teach quilters the value of appraisals and answer the question, “Should I get my quilt appraised?” Included in this lecture is information about how to care for and repair quilts. Then, enjoy looking at quilts through the ages with Julia’s collection of quilts from 1860- […]

with Dianne Slattery Saturday, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm The Christmas Garland design is adapted from a pattern I’ve seen on Pinterest many times as a Bead Garland or Bead Quilt. It’s a very simple block. I thought it would be lovely in Christmas colors and scrappy, since I have a huge Christmas fabric inventory. […]

Saturday, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM These blocks look like three-dimensional pyramids—and they also appear to float above the surface of the quilt! Emerald City blocks are strip-pieced and easy enough for beginners to construct. Experienced quilters will learn something too: how to harness the power of consistent value placement to create a sense of […]

with Kathy Schmitz Saturday, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm The classic log cabin block is very organized, neat, and predictable. The wonky log cabin block is… more free-spirited!  The classic log cabin block starts with a square red center piece, representing the warmth of the fireplace, the heart of a cabin.  The wonky version starts with […]

featuring Colleen Wise My quilts are distinctive for their illusion of depth. I love to play with three dimensions! Objects such as leaves or planets appear to float above a two-dimensional surface. I have a virtual toolbox full of tools I use to create that depth, and I will bring a big trunk full of […]

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