Please be sure to check the times and locations for each workshop.
The program’s team is always looking for help and suggestions. Workshops may be available to outside members for an additional fee. For further information, inquiries, questions or interest in hosting a workshop please contact Chrissy Bonin via e-mail at email@example.com.
- Workshop location will be announced.
- Workshops are held on various days of the week. Cost of a workshop will vary depending on the cost of the instructor etc. In general, workshops will be priced to cover the cost of running that workshop. Workshops are limited to 20 participants.
- To attend a workshop, you must register and pay in full in advance. Do this by seeking out the Program Chairperson Chrissy Bonin, at a General Meeting. For questions…contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For your comfort you might want to dress in layers and bring a seat cushion.
- You are welcome to bring a snack for yourself and/or a snack to share with other workshop participants.
- Do not bring an iron even if one is specified on the class supply list. Irons will be provided.
- There will be a lunch break around noon. You may bring a bag lunch including a beverage or go out to get your lunch at local fast foods. A refrigerator is available to store lunches.
- Please make every effort to gather all the supplies on the supply list.
- Please remember to turn your cell phone ring off at the workshop so that you do not disturb other participants.
- Please wear a name tag. Stick-ons will be available at the workshop.
- Guild Policy states that if you are unable to attend the workshop, the workshop fee will be refunded only if your spot is filled two weeks previous to the workshop.
- Classes and class space are available only to registered, paid participants. No “auditing” of classes is permitted. No concurrent use of the workspace for other projects is permitted.
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Have you seen Diana Funke’s beautiful bags? We have the pleasure of hosting her and Diane Antestenis for a workshop where they will teach members how to make these fantastic beach bags. We will make the medium tote and an 8” by 5” wallet. Student provides 1/3 yard of fabric, matching thread, black thread, jeans/denim sewing machine needle, walking foot. Kits available from Diana.
Kit contains Pattern for a small, medium and large tote, the pattern for zippered wallet, black pet screen, zipper, strapping, hook and loop tape.
Bluebird of Happiness
I am so excited about this project. Yes, there are a lot of pieces and yes, it’s going to take you a while to sew all of the pieces. But, while sewing you will learn a lot. You will learn how to make perfect points, perfect circles, perfect ovals, smooth curves, smooth stems, some hand embroidery and just for added fun…..a little reverse appliqué.
The inside appliqué area is 14”x 14”. With the additional black border area the piece finishes 20” x 20”
Please use the Upper-level entrance.
Sugar Maple Runner: Paper piecing and applique techniques
MACHINE SEWING WORKSHOP
Crisp fall air brings the autumn hues of the sugar maple leaves. This sweet little table runner brings these beautiful colors to your table. A maple syrup colored background showcases the leaf fabrics and autumn colors of the leaves .Paper piecing makes each block perfect. Simple techniques bring great results. You can choose a rounded end or squared off table mat to fit your table. This is a great small project to kick off the season that will use some of the beautiful fabrics available.
Pat Delaney – https://www.crabtreelane.com/
Asymmetrical Hunter Star – Jan Krentz
Create an asymmetric design with a wide range of printed fabrics. The model quilt, Out of Africa, measures 70″ x 80″ and features a collection of African fabrics. Optional changes in block size or numbers of blocks will increase or decrease the quilt size as desired.