Sunday, March 8, 2020

Spring Summer Winter Fall...QUILTS to celebrate them all!

Celebrate the Seasons with Quilts!

I'm adding a new lecture to my program options. I make so many quilts that celebrate a holiday or season, that I thought it would be fun to share them with you! This presentation will allow me to share the quilts (and their stories) that I've made for every season and most holidays. They will be quilts that I have patterns for, as well as quilts that I've had published in quilt magazines both here in the US and around the world.

The presentation will be one hour in length and will cost/require exactly the same as my other presentations. My teaching information is found HERE. This is a great option for many of the guilds I have visited multiple times but have expressed an interest in having me visit again. Your group will see lots of new quilts and a few old favorites.

What a fun way to celebrate the quilting we love so much, by making more quilts to celebrate life! And because you know how scrappy I am, most of these quilts will inspire you to use the fabric you already have in your stash! My presentation includes lots of tips and tricks for making the most of the fabric you have and finishing more quilts with less stress.

I look forward to hearing from you or your guild program chair. Let's find a date to celebrate quilting together! I have a few openings left this year and I'm booking 2021 and 2022 currently. Local guilds can always contact me for 'drop in' dates if needed.

Let's celebrate quilting stitch at a time!


See my calendar HERE.
See my presentations and workshops HERE.
See my patterns and quilts HERE.
Contact me HERE.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for posting Under the Mistletoe at the top of your post! I DO want to make this quilt, I have just been undecided about a color scheme. Since one of my goals this year is to make a bunch of quilty Christmas gifts, maybe I should just make the table runner version of Mistletoe using Christmas fabrics!


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