Susan will share her passion and encourage participants to draw your next quilt.
Freehand draw and paint each day. On paper, then on cloth each day. Your personal style will be whatever comes out of you naturally, and we will all celebrate it and you, for your bravery and creativity! That is all inside of you, waiting to come out now. It may have been waiting a long time, but if you take this class, your natural creativity will be more than happy to come out now! Everyone is meant to draw.
Each day of this 3 day workshop will begin with a morning of drawing and an afternoon learning techniques to translate your creativity to fabric.
Registration Starts: Sept 1, 2018
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Drawing 1 "Young Lady Liberty"
Drawing 2 "Young Lady Liberty"
Drawing 3 "Young Lady Liberty"
Where Are the Children
Susan Jimmy and Libby Spooler
Lecture and Quilts with Susan Shie
6:45 pm Show and Tell, 7:00 pm meeting
This workshop and pattern is designed to teach David's turned-edge, layered, machine-applique technique using freezer paper templates, liquid starch and nylon invisible thread. Students need to have a sewing machine with 'adjustable blind hem stitch' capability.
Note from instructor: This workshop is best-suited for today's domestic sewing machines. Older domestic machine models, basic straight stitch models and/or portable sewing machines are not well-suited for this workshop.
Registration Begins: October 7, 2018
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Kit fee is $30
Visit David's beautiful quilts hand appliqued and machine quilted.
This workshop demonstrates David's layered , hand-applique techniques with simple applique shapes using freezer paper templates and liquid starch. The class will also cover how David builds his pictorial wall quilts and how to get beautiful details by letting the fabric choices do all the hard work.
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$30 kit fee
Registration Begins: October 8, 2018
Program description coming soon
10 am Show and Tell, meeting and lecturer follow
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Program description coming soon.
Susan Edmonson will present a fun filled weekend of hand embroidery workshops. Don't miss a crazy fun weekend! This class will focus creating a small collage quilt to incorporate photo transferred images, hand embroidery using unique techniques. Read more about this workshop in the supply list.
Registration Starts: November 4, 2018
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Kit Fee $25 - Includes pattern and fabric. Does not include embroidery threads, beads, buttons, etc. Threads may be available for purchase.
Susan Edmonson will present a fun filled weekend of hand embroidery workshops. Don't miss a crazy fun weekend learning unique ways we can make hand stitched seed and pods inspired from nature. Learn many different stumpwork techniques and fun hand embroidery stitches. See more exciting details in the supply list.
Registration Starts: November 5, 2018
Susan is an award winning quilter and mixed media artist. Her passion is mixing all of her knowledge stemming from an art background into heavily embellished pieces inspired from nature with attention to detail.
Maps are intriguing as an art form and as a way to express yourself. Using a fun and simple series of mixed media techniques, you will create a fiber art map of your favorite place in your city or anywhere in the world.
Important Note: Your name will be shared with Valerie because this class will require each student to bring a map of your favorite place, some pre-planning and communication with Valerie will be required.
Registration Starts: Dec 2, 2018
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Program description will be provided
No April fooling! Yes, it's our second guild social of the program year. Don't miss it! Block exchange with a twist. Details in January 2019. Send any ideas you have to make this a social to remember!
Students will create units that are cut from long strips and then sewn together and remade in a Seminole pattern. The strips can be very colorful and are suitable to be used in a small quilt, wall hanging, or as accent to brighten up a garment. American Indians originally developed the Seminole technique. Please note: this class will focus on Seminole techniques, as opposed to Seminole piecing.
Registration begins February 3, 2019
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Students will create a vest or small wall quilt that will "speak" for them. Using a traditional or a contemporary pattern each student will be encouraged to create a one of a kind work that is reflective of the creator's personality or ethnicity or expresses a social or political sentiment and/or express a sense of humor. A variety of construction and embellishment techniques will be explored. Students will be encouraged to mix contrasting prints, explore ethnic fabrics, colors and textures and to add buttons, ribbons, beads or whatever is necessary to make the quilt into a personal statement.
Registration Starts: Feb 4, 2019
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Meet Rachel Clark
Morning 10 am Show and Tell, 10:15 am meeting
Description will be provided
*Models will be needed
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6:30 pm Show and Tell, 7:00 pm meeting
Terre Walker is a Judy Niemeyer Quiltworx certified instructor. She will teach workshop based on a Quiltworx selection.
Quiltworx pattern will be selected closer to workshop signup in March 2019 based on which Quiltworx patterns are available. Image, description and supply list will be published as soon as available.
Registration Starts: March 3, 2019
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Terre Walker is a Judy Niemeyer certified instructor. Program description will be provided