DECEMBER ~ Saturday December 12, 2020 Holiday Potluck
SEPTEMBER ~ Jennifer Sampou
Saturday February 8th Lecture " Thread and Needles"
Linda Wagner is a member of our Quilt Guild. She has been making quilts for over 35 years and teaching quilting for over 25 years and her personal interests gravitate to scrappy quilts. Presently Linda is a lead mechanic with United Airlines. Previously she taught electronics. Linda is a N.A.T.S. certified teacher.
MAY ~ Julia Mcleod & Sue Fox
Saturday June 13th Lecture "Fabric Dyeing"
Saturday May 9th Lecture "Obsession as a Design Motif"
Colleen Granger was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and joined the Air Force shortly after her high school graduation. She served as a helicopter mechanic for seven years before leaving to have her second child. Colleen has spent the majority of her life in Alaska, making her home in Glennallen. She went kicking and screaming into the world of quilting in the summer of 1998. Until that time, Colleen had been a sewer and thought quilting was a waste of good fabric. But she caught the bug big-time and purchased her long-arm quilting machine just eight months after making her first quilt.
Workshop Lynn Kolage ~ Shibori Fabric Dyeing
Shibori is a method of dyeing fabric based on traditional Japanese resist techniques. Explore various methods including pole-wrapping, clamping, folding, twisting, and stitching to create complex and dynamic fabric. Bring an apron and/or wear old clothes.
All Levels, No previous dyeing experience required
Saturday January 11th Lecture " Historical Quilts "
Workshop Linda Wagner "Ruler Bag"
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JULY ~ Potluck Saturday 11th 2020
Saturday November 14th Lecture
AUGUST ~ Trudy Cleveland
Saturday September 12th Lecture
Saturday August 18th Lecture "How to Photograph Your Quilts"
Sunday February 9, 2020
At the Templeton Outdoor Quilt Show several years ago Arlene purchased her first vintage quilt, a full size1930’s Grandma’s Flower Garden made with fussy cut miniature blocks. She heard the owner saying that his wife had better be checking their bids on EBay for more quilts. Hmmmm. EBay, Arlene thought.
Later that year when her vacation plans fell apart Arlene decided to use the time and money to “vacation” for quilts on line. That’s when she found, bid on and won her first antique quilt, an 1830 Puss in the Corner from Virginia. In two weeks Arlene was able to get a very good start on her collection and have the local postal employees wondering what she was doing receiving all of those packages. One day they called her and suggested that she should come to town, there were a few packages for her, bring the pick-up and pull around to the back loading dock. Don’t bother coming to the window!
Arlene’s first exposure to showing her antique quilts was a Civil War reenactment held in her hometown of Colusa. She did a bed turning of 30 quilts for 900 school children the first day and the following two days were spent showing the quilts to the pubic along with watching the battles fought not 50 feet from her tent!
Now retired from administrative work, Arlene is able to concentrate on bringing her antique quilts to guilds and public performances.
NOVEMBER ~ Quilts to Share
Lynn Koolish is a fiber artist, teacher, and author. She is most known for her bright colors and hand-dyed fabric. She also creates mixed-media fiber art.
She teaches locally in the San Francisco Bay Area and nationally at venues including International Quilt Festival in Houston and Quilters Affair in Sisters, Oregon.
APRIL ~ Lisa McKissick
Colleen is from In Stitches
2020 Programs & Workshops
Saturday April 11th Lecture "Around the Cutting Table"
Sunday June 14, 2020
FEBRUARY ~ Colleen Erdes
Saturday March 14th Lecture "Celtic Quilts Around the World"
MARCH ~ Scarlett Rose
OCTOBER ~ Colleen Granger
Share your favorite dish with your Quilting Friends!
Saturday October 10th Lecture
JUNE ~ Lynn Kolage
JANUARY ~ Arlene Leticia Arnold