Are you looking for high quality guests to teach techniques in your quilt shop? The designers at QuiltWoman.com are not only exceptional creators, but many of them are talented teachers. Here are some quilting workshops for your quilt shop.
Quilting Workshops for Your Quilt Shop
Barbara Huber (Buffalo, NY)
Barbara Huber of Barbara Huber DesignsÂ is a certified teacher with experience in quilting and sewing lectures as well as hands-on workshops. Â As a well-know designer of handbags and totes, her lectures feature tips and tricks for making a professional looking purse including: inserting linings that fit, strap construction, bound button holes, inserting zippers, pockets, and boxing bottoms. Â If you want to expand your DIY handbag skills, your should attend one of Barbara’s workshops.
Barbara’s lecture demonstrationsÂ include highlighting various notions, interfacing, trims, fleece, sewing machine feet, etc. found in the shop she is teaching in.Â Attendees will leave with a free pattern. For more information, contact Barbara.
Jen Eskridge (Helotes, TX)
QuiltWoman.com Designer and Author Jen Eskridge of ReannaLily DesignsÂ is also a teacher. Her course offering include herÂ Books Lecture and Trunk Show and herÂ Get Published! Lecture and Trunk Show.
In her Books Lecture Jen discusses and demonstrates herÂ popular facing technique as it isÂ presented in Hexagons Made EasyÂ and Learn to Sew Easy Curves. Â Each participant is free to askÂ loads of questions and see all theÂ projects from each book. In her Get Published Lecture, JenÂ shares her processÂ for proposing projects, ideas andÂ articles to various different publishers. Her animated style will entertain you while you learn what there is to know about becoming a published author. Youâ€™ll see actual digital files submitted,Â published quilts, free pattern ideas, andÂ hear some hilarious stories.Â Guild chairs should contact JenÂ (www.reannalilydesigns.com) to book a date for an upcoming lecture.
Jen also offers workshops including Hexagons Made Easy, The Cube Purse and the Adjustable Apron Workshop. More information can be found on her website.
Patti Carey (Sharon, ON)
Patti Carey is an Author, Quiltwoman.com Designer and Teacher as well as the Vice President of Public Relations for Northcott. She has lead the marketing/sample department at Northcott since 1986. Â She recently published a quilting book, entitled â€œA Taste of Napa Valleyâ€.Â She is a regular contributor to The Quilter magazine and the Fons & Porter group of publications, and has had projects published in several quilting magazines.
Patti offers a wide variety of full-day lectures includingÂ Simplified Double Wedding Ring â€“ (using the simplified pattern in her book)Â Easy Lone Star, where participants pieceÂ a Lone star wall-hanging andÂ Fast & Fabulous Bargello Wall-hanging in addition to several more.
For those wanting shorter lectures, Patti draws on her experience at Northcott and offersÂ From Fiber to Fabric. In aÂ PowerPoint presentation Â Patti describes the design and printing process of quilting fabrics. Â Have you ever wondered what to do with those panels, patches, stripes and scenics that you see in the quilt shop or have in your stash? InÂ Interesting Quilts From Unusual Fabrics, Patti uses a trunk show to spark your creativity and fill your head with ideas on how to use those unusual fabrics. For more information, contact Patti Carey.Â (email@example.com)
Whether it be learning how to construct handbags, gathering information on getting published or spending an afternoon piecing a Bargello wall hanging, you are bound to add valuable skills to your quilting abilities. Stay tuned as we bring you more lecture and workshop offerings from talented Quiltwoman.com designers.
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