PROGRAMS – 


 

Theresa Jackson

Contact info:  email: thjacks@gmail.comcell: 478-288-0639.

 

We have a full lineup of programs planned for the 2020-2021 Guild Year. Workshop descriptions and more details for each month will be provided as the year progresses. Stay tuned!

Sally McKinley 


Contact info:  email:  sbmfsu77@yahoo.com 

We’ve been working to bring you all the latest and greatest quilting teachers and techniques. 

 

For the remainder of our 2020-21 year, our Programs and Workshops will be on a month-to-month basis. Due to the pandemic, we will continue to do all workshops virtually (by Zoom). We are working to schedule teachers and presenters that are skilled at virtual presentations, so stay tuned for what's coming in the next few months.

 

FEBRUARY'S WORKSHOP (on February 2, 2021) 

Candace Hassen, a teacher and pattern designer who will show us her techniques for strip piecing.  Her website is www.quiltdesignsbycandace.com.  

Candace will teach us the "Sonja's Window" block which makes 4 blocks at a time!  She will also discuss strategies for gathering strip sets, settings for these blocks, and different approaches to arranging color.

Workshop fee is $25.  Candace has agreed to digitize her pattern ($7) which will be sent to you by email along with the supply list before the workshop.  Please text or email Theresa ASAP if you  would like to attend (email: thjacks@gmail.comcell: 478-288-0639).


MARCH WORKSHOP (on March 2, 2021) 

Julie Graves of Special Occasion Quilts will present her "Color Exploration" lecture and workshop on how to select beautiful color combinations for your quilts and provide tips on how to fix color when it just doesn't seem to be working.  She'll bring her slide show and trunk show focusing on some of her fascinating color illusions.  

Julie teaches, lectures, and designs patterns. She has won long arm awards and has had quilts published in a variety of books and magazines.  She is an Artist in Residence at Empty Spools, teaching there in 2021 and 2022. You can see Julie's work at www.soquilts.com.


Fees for Workshops: 

Unless otherwise stated, Member fee for all half-day workshops will be $25 and full day workshops are $50.  Kit fees will be charged in addition, as noted.   Your check for full payment will hold your spot. Signup sheets will usually be available 90 days in advance. 

Non-LOQG Members will pay an increased fee of $10 more than Members for a total of $35 for a half-day workshop, and $20 more than Members for a total of $70 for a full day workshop. Kit fees will be charged in addition, as noted.

See Class Enrollment Policy below.

Class Supply lists are included in or linked by each class listing.


 

Workshop Times:  

Routinely, Wednesday classes will start at 9:30 a.m..  We will plan on a 30 minute break for lunch, and then finish up around 4:00 p.m.. Tuesday afternoon classes will be from 1:30 p.m., and finish at 4:30. If these times have to be changed, the starting and ending times will be posted with each class! 

Class enrollment: 

Class enrollment is opened to Guild Members at the Guild Meeting held three months (90 days) before the class date.

If seats are still available one month before the class, enrollment is then opened to Non-Members. Non-Members may request to be put on a waiting list for a specific class by sending an email to programs@loqg.org.  Be sure to include the class name and date, your name and email. You will be notified if seats are available.

 

Refund Policy:  

In order to receive a refund you must notify the Programs Chair two weeks prior to the class date. 



 

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