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Jan 7 & 9 2019: Presentation on the Waterways exhibit; the guild will
host a children’s workshop on textile painting and the guild will run two
workshops at the museum.
Feb 2019: no meetings or programs due to Quilt Show (2-3 Feb 2019)
Mar 4 & 6, 2019: Trunk show by Nubin Jensen from Oro valley. Her
website is http://www.nubinquilts.com/ KJ quilts extraordinaire.
Apr 1 & 3, 2019: Helen Frost Trunk show. http://helenyoungfrost.com/
May 6 & 8, 2019: trunk show
July 6, 2019: Quilt studio tour. Theme is new rooms our members have
created. Looking for volunteers among those who have recently moved
Oct 7 & 9, 2019: Patty Goodsell
8 Jan 2019: Painting on fabrics, 9 to 1200, The guild is working with
City of Sierra Vista's Henry F. Hauser Museum for their Waterways
exhibit. They will be hosting a children’s workshop on textile painting
and asked the guild to run the two workshops at the museum. We will
need volunteers to help the children color on fabric with colored pencils
and use textile medium to turn it into a watercolor then we will dry heat
the painting and it will be put into 8 inch hoops. Saturday, January 19,
10-11am kids workshop for 30 participants, Saturday, February 23, 10-
11am kids workshop for 30 participants. This workshop will be train
volunteers on the methods that will be used by the children. More
information to follow. Supplies will be provided.
5 Mar 2019: String quilts. Times and cost TBD
2 Apr 2019: Helen Frost: easy Lonestar quilt made easy, times and cost
7 May 2019: Sheila King shows us how to make a small stain glass
pattern. Time and cost TBD
8 Oct 2019: Patty Goodsell, $30/person for the workshop and $10 for
the kit which will include everything the class except for personal
sewing tools--the handouts, templates, and fabric—She will be teaching 5
dimensional flowers, all starting with a circle and would add making your
own chenille, which she uses use for butterfly bodies, and ultrasuede
ladybugs, plus easy ways to make bias strips.