Programs and Workshops

2018 Quilt Guild Programs and Workshops

The guild meets at 9:30 am on the third Monday of the month at Zion Lutheran Church. 
Visitors are welcome.
Workshops, when scheduled, begin at 9:00 am on the third Tuesday of the month
at Zion Lutheran Church.
Workshops are open to guild members
 and to non-members, if they pay for membership plus the workshop fee.
For additional information about a program or workshop, complete the
Contact Form at the bottom of this page.

Thread and embroidery – hand and machine – are the themes

that will play out through the Spring Programs.


February

                                              Journey With WoolJudy Pullen

On  , we will host Judy Moore Pullen from Marble Falls and our nearby Highland Lakes Quilt Guild.  Judy will talk about tips, tricks and techniques used when working with wool applique and many of the interesting embroidery stitches that enhance this fabric art.  She will also describe how to dye wool in a crock pot.

         

Go Crazy With Wool Applique and Embroidery Workshop

Judy Pullen workshop quilt

Learn how to enhance your wool projects with stitches and bling and see a demonstration of dyeing wool in a crock pot.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 – 9:00 am

Zion Lutheran Church

Workshop Fee is $35 plus a Kit Fee of $15

Supply List

To view and print supply list click on this link:  Wool Workshop Supply List


March

Mixed Media and Thread Painting

Linda BrattonOn March 19, Linda’s program is Mixed Media.  Linda’s quilts are “Not like your grandmother’s”, she loves to mix different mediums and techniques to create unique one of a kind fiber arts. Best of all she loves to share her knowledge and discoveries with others! 

Linda began sewing at a young age, but started quilting after the birth of her first son in the late 80’s. Linda has taught quilt guild programs in Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri. She is an online instructor for Craftsy, and has recently taught at the Machine Quilters Showcase sponsored by The International Machine Quilters Association, and at MQX Midwest. Since 2008 she has been a regular quilting and sewing instructor in and around the Columbia, MO area.  Linda’s website is:  www.lindabrattencreations.com

“Fall”ing in Love with Thread Sketching and Painting

Laura Bratten Workshop

On Tuesday, March 20, Linda will teach the basic techniques, considerations and tips for using thread painting as quilting elements, applique enhancements, and to emphasize fabric patterns using these beautiful fall leaves (gingko, elm, pear, and oak).

There is a $5.00 fee for the pattern, to be paid to the Linda on the day of the workshop. This workshop is full, waiting list only.

Click here to view and print the supply list:  Thread Painting Workshop Supply List


April

Redwork through the Ages

Rosie DeLeon-McCradyOn April 16, Rosie deLeon-McCrady’s program will share her love of redwork.

Rosie deLeon-McCrady owns Scarlet Today/Redwork plus.  She started lecturing and teaching, combining her  love of redwork with patchwork.  She believes in putting excellent tools in the hands of every stitcher.  Her website is www.redworkplus.com

Redwork Workshop

redwork image

On Tuesday, April 17. Rosie will present her Redwork General Embroidery workshop, which  includes a printed block to work on in class.  She will also provide 2 patterns, plus each student may choose an additional pattern from Rosie’s 32 vintage valentine patterns line.  If you don’t have all the items on the supply list, there is an optional kit for $35.

 

Click here to view and print the supply list:  Redwork Workshop Supply List


May

Spiromania

RaNaeMerrillOn Monday, May 21, RaNae Merrill, an award-winning quilter, author and teacher. will talk about the wonders of spiral quilts. She is passionate about quilting, and even more about teaching quilting. Her unique “spiral” quilts have appeared in national shows and magazines, and her books have already become quilting classics.  RaNae found her calling as a professional quilter after previous careers as a pianist, a photographer and a travel writer. Today RaNae designs quilts and patterns, writes quilting books and teaches workshops in the USA and abroad — in both English and Spanish. She still loves to travel!  Her website is ranaemerrillquilts.com.

Spirals Boot Camp

RaNeaMerrvill Boot Camp.jpgIn the workshop on May 22, we will learn to design 4 different types of blocks and we will sew two individual blocks.  The 2 spirals we do in the morning (Nesting and Baravelle) have one construction technique and the 2 spirals we do in the afternoon (Point-to-Point and Pinwheel) have a different construction technique, so we sew one spiral of each construction technique.  There is not a finished project, since the objective of the class is to teach techniques  which students can then incorporate into their own design.  The 2 blocks can be used in any project they choose to use them.  Renae will provide a pattern for hot pads if students want to finish the blocks that way.  There is a materials fee of $10.

Click this link for the workshop supply list:  Spiral Boot Camp Supply List


June

Trunk Show – Fiber Arts

Andrea Brokenshire

 

Andrea Brokenshire (AMB Fiber Art and Design) is a national and international award winning quilt artist and instructor from Round Rock, Texas. In 1998 she was talked into making a quilt and found this form of art a perfect outlet of creative expression. Andrea quickly realized that her passion was appliqué. She specializes in appliquéd botanical quilts. As a former biologist, Andrea draws her inspiration from the natural world.

Painting on Silk

coneflower

The project size is 11” x 17” inches.  Andrea will go over how to prime the silk for paint (she has done this ahead of time because of time constraints), and how to create a pattern from photographs.  Then Andrea will go over her painting techniques on how to apply the color in layers to create luminosity and depth.  The rest of the time will be  spent painting.

Click here to view and print the workshop supply list:  Silk Painting Supply List


Future lectures and workshops are shown below.  Information about the programs and workshops will be posted when available.  Watch this space.

 July 16 & 17                           Maggie Tinnen – EQ7 or 8

 

Aug 20 & 21                           Gyleen Fitzgerald – Path to Modern

 

 Sept 17 & 18                         Emily Taylor – Collage Quilting

 

Oct. 15 & 18                          Kim Shrader Fauth – ABCD Quilts


For more program or workshop information or to be added to the workshop wait list, complete the Contact Form below.  Include the program or workshop name in the Comments Section.

Enrollment in the workshop is complete only after payment is received at a Guild meeting.


2018 Guild Program and Workshop Schedule

Click here to view and print the schedule:

HCQG 2018 Programs and Workshops