2017 Workshop Schedule
Please read Workshop Registration Policies below
March 17, 2017 Joe Cunningham – Rock the Block/ Block Style
- In this class we will make a fractured landscape from a series of unique blocks, all created with my simple step-by-step process. Making these blocks is simple enough for anyone, but as challenging as you want to make it. All fun, all day!
April 21, 2017 Eleanor Levie – An Extra Leaf for Your Table
June 9, 2017 Joyce Beenes – Techniques using a watermelon pattern.
August 18, 2017 Barbara Eikmeier – Back Basting by Machine
- Machine applique using a narrow zig-zag stitch on your machine – without freezer paper or fusible. Machine with an adjustable zig-zag stitch is necessary for this workshop. 12″x12″ block pictured here.
September 22, 2017 Tonya Phillips – Introduction to Wool Applique
October 20, 2017 Suzi Parron – Barn Quilt Painting
- We will be painting a 2×2 foot board which will be a part of a kit.
Workshop Registration Policies
GUILD MEETING GUESTS: Non-members are subject to a “Guest Fee” of $10.
WORKSHOP COSTS: $50-Members, $60-Non-Members, plus the cost of a class kit if one is required. Fee includes lunch.
- Members can register for any workshop, at any time.
- Registration is open to non-members four months (120 days) prior to the workshop date.
- Payment is required to register for any workshop.
- Supply Lists are provided by the Programs Committee. It is the responsibility of the student to obtain a supply list and bring these items to the workshop.
In general, workshop fees are non-refundable unless the workshop is cancelled by the instructor or if an individual from the waiting list is able to attend or if you can find a replacement.
Workshops are mainly held at local area quilt shops.
- Please turn off cell phones!
- Arrive early enough to set up your sewing station so that the teacher may begin the class on time.
- Bring your own equipment—extension cords, surge protectors, cutting mats, etc. Irons and ironing boards are usually pre-arranged.
- When the teacher is demonstrating or speaking to the group, please STOP sewing and LISTEN. You may learn something you need to know.
- If lunch is not provided, return from lunch at the designated time so that the teacher can continue the workshop as planned.
- When the day is over, stop sewing when requested by the workshop facilitator so that the area can be returned as found. Clean up your own sewing station.