2020-2021 Programs

Join us at 7PM at Rolling Meadows Community Center for our monthly meetings. 

New Year Programs

Zoom along with us to find out more about our exciting new program lineup. It’s taken a lot of work, and an immense amount of juggling–but as you see we will be bringing you value for your membership!

Quarantine Quilt and Show

Show us what you’ve been working on in quarantine! The first 20 members who email programs@nsqg.club get five minutes during the August meeting so show us your stuff! We will take five additional alternates in case of schedule changes. If you are part of the 20 or alternates, we will contact you with directions for participation.

Linda Hahn

Linda is from Palm Bay, FL, and owns Frog Hollow Designs. She’ll be sharing her Rock that Block! lecture and Royal Ensemble online workshop.

Eric Drexler

Eric Drexler is a Sulky Ambassador. He will bring us the lecture Thread Jazz for Quilting and Embellishing
Plus Needle and Thread Know How, and two workshops.

Terri Sontra

Terri Sontra from Purple Moose Designs will join us for her lecture, “The History of the Sewing Machine: A Tale of Intrigue and Espionage.” We will not have any workshops this month so you can enjoy time with your families.

Jen Kingwell

Jen Kingwell is joining us all the way from Australia for a trunk show and shop tour. No workshops this month.

Karen Combs

Karen Combs will join us via Zoom from Tennessee for her “Quilts of Illusion” lecture, plus two additional workshops. 

Deborah Boschert

Welcome Deborah Boschert from Texas with a presentation and workshop on “Captivating Compositions.”

Catherine Redford

Catherine Redford will grace us again with her lecture “The Language of Flowers” and workshop on Saturday.

Carolina Oneto

Hear about how color value can inform your quilt designs, and sign up for a workshop on curves and transparencies!

Lisa Erlandson

Our regular June lecture/workshop will be Lisa Erlandson of LE Quilts. Her lecture will cover star blocks, and her workshop will help us know what to do with all the odd blocks we have collected over the years.