Fall Frolic, Saturday, October 12, 9 am to 4 pm at the Citadel. Registration will begin at the July Guild meeting. The instructors and topics are listed below.
UFO BUSTING WITH JACQUELYN JACOBI
Got UFOs, (unfinished objects), this is the class for you. Have the problem that halted your project and made it a UFO, solved, so that you can complete the project or just come to sew with your Tribe for a convivial day. I have been quilting since the 70s and am an avid collector of quilting knowledge, have studied the principles of design with various prominent art quilters and am a beta tester for Electric Quilt, (quilting software program). I will bring all these skills and tools to help you solve the problem that stopped your project that consigned it to the UFO heap.
KAREN KILLINS-ROBINSON – IMPROV
Improv is one FUN approach to quilting. Join me for this fast paced workshop that will have you using up scraps in a hurry. If you prefer a more planned approach – pre-select your colour scheme. Create your own original Improv art work or you may prefer to make a small quilt. Included in the workshop are fun scraps to share!
SUSAN TEECE – WEST COAST TREES – Skill level – confident
Make a wall hanging featuring a cedar tree set in an ocean/shoreline landscape. The finished wall hnging is approximately 20 x 30 inches. Learn how to create trees. This is a free form, raw edge appliqué method. A pattern is supplied for tree boughs. You may use your own photo, or just follow the class guidelines to create a unique landscape wall hanging. You will be encouraged to have fun with your tree. Along the way we will touch on a few design tricks, some colur theory, and play with interesting techniques to achieve texture. No pattern required. wait listed.
LOIS TOUTANT – TABLE RUNNER FEATURING INSET CIRCLES
Make a unique, attractive table runner featuring perfect inset circles. Choose two or three coordinating prints, plains and a background for the table runner. Finished size approximately 14 by 60 inches. 2 spaces remaining
As part of the Guild’s mandate for education, it has traditionally held Workshop Saturdays in the fall and the spring as a benefit to the members. These sessions are subsidized by the guild and are a way for members to get together, to learn something new and to have fun. For new members it is a way to become acquainted with fellow members. Spring Fling and Fall Frolic are usually held at the Salvation Army Citadel.
NEWS FLASH – we have added another workshop to our Fall schedule.
PET PORTRAITS – PHOTO TO FABRIC – Anne Mathers Friday and Saturday October 25 and 26, 2019 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Salvation Army Citadel Multi-purpose room. Price: $140.00
This workshop will be limited to only 12 spaces – registration is open now.
If you don’t have your own “pet” use a photo of someone else’s pet or one of any other animal.
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Katie Pasquini Masopust – Fractured Landscapes – Wednesday & Thursday November 13 & 14 – $190.00 (plus photocopying/enlargement fee at workshop)
Create a beautiful landscape using a photo of a special place. Find your personal, stylized version of reality. Fracture the finished drawing to create different shapes for colour choices and add a surrealistic quality. Work with a stabilizer or foundation, blind machine appliqué, machine satin/straight quilting in a quilt-as-you-go format. Easy techniques that create a complex looking landscape.
This workshop will be held in the Gym at the Salvation Army Citadel from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Registration started at the August meeting. (see www.katiepm/com)