2017 Workshop Schedule 

Please read Workshop Registration Policies below


March 16, 2018

Susan Knapp will be giving a workshop featuring her “Bow Tie Gala” quilt which uses the Creative Grids House Ruler designed by Susan. This multipurpose ruler is designed to cut a multitude of shapes, including half-square triangles, quarter-square triangles, trapezoids, parallelograms, diamonds from squares and rectangles, “house” shapes” and barn shapes. Let Susan teach you how to use this versatile tool! The ruler will be available for purchase at the workshop for $24.00. Visit Susan’s website at

Click on this link for the Class Prep and Supply List for this workshop.  Bow Tie Gala Class Prep and supply list


May 18, 2018

Celine Perkins of Perkins Dry Goods will give a workshop entitled “Twist and Shout Tote”  details to follow.

July 20, 2018

Annette Ornellas of Southwind Design will give a workshop entitled “Waves of Glory”  details to follow.

August 17, 2018 

Melinda Bula workshop – details to follow

September 21, 2018

Penny Sturges of Quilts Illustrated will present a bag workshop – details to follow.

October 19, 2018 

Jacquie Gerine will give a workshop entitled “Creative Quilting with the Walking Foot” – details to follow

November 16, 2018

Karen Kay Buckley workshop – details to follow


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.

Workshop Etiquette

  • 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.