Anyone who attends a meeting is welcome to stay for the program. Some programs are followed by workshops that require pre-registration and/or payment and are open first to members, followed by members of sister guilds, then guests.
If you wish to participate in an upcoming CPQG Class or Workshop please email our Program coordinators at email@example.com. Workshops and classes can ordinarily be registered for 2 months in advance. Prices listed are for members. Non-members will be required to pay an additional $15 per workshop. Please consider joining our wonderful guild here!
Our Program coordinators have the following programs planned for the coming months:
On November 7th, national instructor Barb Vedder, known for her scrap quilting and appliqué, will be our virtual guest. Her lecture during the meeting will be “Scrap Quilts: The Secret of Success.” She will conduct a virtual half-day workshop after the guild meeting called Hex Vex, teaching her method of doing hexes.
Saturday, November 7th, WORKSHOP: Hex Vex – English Paper Piecing
Learn the basic techniques of English Paper Piecing to start your own unique hexagon quilt. We will discuss the importance of color and scale when choosing fabrics for this scrap quilt. Students will learn how to achieve intricate patterns and designs using commercial fabrics. Registration deadline is October 1st.
Saturday, December 5th: December 5 is the Christmas/Holiday party and it will be virtual (ZOOM). There will be no meeting but will have SHOW and TELL and BLOCK OF THE MONTH. We will sing songs, play games (bingo and find a word). If you have any suggestions or have something you would like to do just email Carla at firstname.lastname@example.org or any board member.
Friday, January 8th LITTLE 4-PATCH VIRTUAL WORKSHOP with Kellie Willey is January 8, 2021 from 10:00am to 4:00pm. You will learn how to make this fun mini quilt during a 6- hour virtual workshop in the comfort of your home. Instructor, Kellie Willey will insure you have FUN while learning the easy steps of this pattern. Stay in your PJ’s, eat some snacks and sew with old and new friends. From her website, the workshop description is: Little Four Patch 9″ x 10″ Create little 4-patch blocks that measure 1 inch finished! Great use for all those cute little novelty prints that you just couldn’t pass up. Pattern requires using very small-scale prints that are less than 1″ diameter.
Check out her website at www.littlequiltcreations.com.
Saturday, January 9th: Our guest national lecturer and instructor is Kellie Willey; she is known for making miniature quilts. Kellie enjoys busting the myth that miniature quilts are harder than large quilts. She believes that learning how to create a small- scale quilt can be FAST, FUN and REWARDING.