2016-2017 PROGRAMS OVERVIEW
Lecture: January 19, 2017
Cheryl Sleboda – Working Weekly, Staying Inspired – How Small Quilts Helped Me Find My Artistic Voice
Lecture: February 16, 2017
Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness – Trunk Show and Discussion of Interfacings
Workshop: Friday, February 17 – Aeroplane Bag – Supply List: Lawson Aeroplane Bag
Lecture: March 16, 2017
Julie Hendricksen – “Preserving History” Trunk Show
NO WORKSHOPS **
** Saturday March 18th – All Day Sew-In at Rolling Meadows Public Library, bring anything to work on.
Lecture: April 20, 2017
Catherine Redford – Lessons I Learned While Quilting
Workshop: Friday, April 21 – Steps to Successful Free Motion Quilting
Workshop: Saturday, April 22 – Folk Art Stitching
Lecture: May 18, 2017
Suzi Parron – Barn Quilts and the American Trail Movement
Workshop: Friday, March 19 – Paint Your Own Barn Quilt Sign
- Workshops are reserved for NSQG Members each new fiscal year, from June through the first of October. After October 1st, non-members may register for workshops anytime, providing there is an opening. NSQG members pay $45.00 for full day workshops and $25.00 for half day workshops. The non-member price for workshops is $55.00 for full day workshops and $35.00 for half day workshops.
- No seat in any workshop is reserved until payment has been received.
- Please come early enough to be set up for the start of the class. Doors will open at 9:00 AM; class begins at 9:30 AM unless otherwise indicated.
- Be prepared. This includes having all items on the supply list, sewing machine in good working order, and basic sewing supplies. It is also a good idea to bring an extension cord, power strip, a small iron and an ironing surface that may be shared with other students.
- If you need to cancel your attendance in a workshop, you will receive a full refund only if your spot can be filled.
- Lunch is on your own. Most venues will allow you to eat in the classroom which means you can brown bag it. Some venues have a refrigerator available. An hour is built into the class time for a lunch break, which is flexible and could affect the end time of the workshop.
- Cell phones should be silenced during class. If you need to make or take a call, please exit the classroom.
- Visitors are very distracting to the teacher and other students, and should not be in the classroom.
- If you know you have to leave class early, please try to sit in the back of the classroom.
- In consideration of others, please refrain from wearing perfumes.
For additional information on any of our programs or to sign-up for our workshops, please contact Marne Chilstrom at firstname.lastname@example.org
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