Friday, April 20, 7 PM, LIfelong
Lecture by Laura Wasilowski see information about workshop on right
Tuesday, April 24, 7:00 PM, LIfelong- Business meeting and ON SITE SCISSOR SHARPENING SERVICE !!!
Lee Parks of Sharpen Sew Ltd. will provide a scissor sharpening service. He will set up in the entrance hall , (his machine is very quiet) and sharpen our scissors while we attend to Guild Business. Cost is $6 a pair. Sew....bring your scissors!
Tuesday, May 8, 7:00 PM at Lifelong - Barb Dimock presents “Thirty Plus Years of Show Quilts”. On this evening our guild will celebrate over thirty years of our past Show Quilts. Guild archivist, Barb Dimock, has put together a nostalgic presentation that will inspire all of us!
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Laura Wasilowski April 21-22
Laura will be presenting her workshop, "Couching Thread, Hidden Needle". "You’ll create several small art quilts while learning an improvisational method of construction with fused fabrics. These fused quilts act as your canvas for hand stitchery and take your work from flat to fabulous!" See artfabrik.com for more information. More information is available HERE. Laura's workshop will be preceded by a special lecture and trunk show at 7:00 PM on *Friday*, April 20th, at Lifelong.
John Kubiniec September 29
After enjoying John's lecture and trunk show in November, we decided to invite him back for a one-day workshop. We're still working out the details, but it will be a Drunkard's Path project. Details are forthcoming.
Karen Miller October 13
In addition to asking Karen to give a lecture and trunk show in September, we invited her to give a one-day wool appliqué workshop. Some of you may know of Karen's lovely work. She's going to modify her "redbird" (cardinal) piece to incorporate wool appliqué borders rather than pieced borders. Again, details are forthcoming.
TCQG Small Quilt Challenge 2018
Theme: "fiber of my existence"
Size: 12” x 12” finished
The Challenge: Create a 12 x 12 inch small quilt that reflects the theme “fiber of my existence” and include one technique you have never explored before (such as paper piecing; reverse applique; hand applique; machine quilting; hand embroidery; hand dyed fabrics; surface design; a new ruler …etc.)
Include a small bit of the unifying fabric (distributed at the Holiday Party)
Due Date: The August Annual Picnic
Prizes will be awarded for: The Best Use of Color; The Best Original Design; The Most Creative Interpretation of the Theme; Unique exploration of a new technique.