Programs/Events

Some programs are in person, some will still be virtual, There are positive aspects to virtual meetings:

Think about it…
  • No lugging your machine to class
  • You won’t forget to bring any of your supplies
  • Can’t get stuck in traffic and miss the beginning of class
  • You’ll have all the fabric you need at your disposal
  • Do your own mini trunk show:)
  • Make a cup of coffe or tea (or wine) at any time 
  • Intereract in real time with other participants
  • Ask questions as they come up
  • Make new friends
  • Always have a front row seat
  • You don’t even need to wear pants!

Upcoming Programs:

Our Program coordinators have the following programs planned for the coming months:

October 2021

NOW OCTOBER 27th! Registration ended Friday the 22nd at 5pm.

The Instructor/Lecture will be Julia Graves. The workshop VIA ZOOM will be “Shimmering Triangles by Jenny Bowker,” 10:00 – 4:00. The workshop fee is $30.00. The pattern is required and you can purchase it for $18.00 from Julia’s online shop “https://soquilts.square.site/.” She will email it to you. Make this gorgeous quilt that gives the effect of water rippling stream. It is a perfect pattern to showcase beautiful fabric, especially large scale prints like Kaffe. You will achieve the shimmer by applying easy to understand color and value concepts that you can also use to enhance all your future quilts. This quilt looks complicated, but is actually easy to construct. You will learn a quick piecing method for half-square triangles with perfect points. By the end of class, you should have a design layout for your fabrics, completed several blocks, and understand how to complete your quilt on your own. 

2 OCTOBER 2021 The lecture is “Make It Your Own – Design Guidelines for Quilters” VIA ZOOM from 10:30 – 12:00. Who hasn’t loved a pattern, but wanted to make it in different colors or a different size? Or had ideas for quilts but didn’t know where to start? Julia presents foundational design principles in easy to understand concepts to help guide your choices. While the examples feature traditional quilts, there’s plenty here for the art quilter as well. Good design is good design no matter where it’s applied.