Quilting for Scrap Lovers – Using Your Stash (lecture and trunk show)

Judy Gauthier

Thursday March 21, 2019

Judy Gauthier has a passion for modern scrappy quilting. In 2011 she opened her quilt shop, Bungalow Quilting and Yarn in Ripon, Wisconsin. Her shop features mostly modern, bright contemporary fabrics and yarns. Over the years she’s developed templates to help her cut down the scrap and has written two books on how to use her templates to turn a quilter’s stash into stunning quilts.

To learn more about Judy, her shop and the quilts she makes visit her online at: https://www.bungalowquilting.com/

Lecture and Trunk Show: “Quilting for Scrap Lovers – Using Your Stash”


Do you have more scrap then you know what to do with? Now’s the time to get your stash tamed with Judy! Judy will talk about her own journey for using up the scrap pile and turning those scraps into stunning quilts.

Workshop:

Blended Hexagons

Friday March 22, 2019 – “Blended Hexagons”

In this class you’ll learn Judy’s special technique for making this hexagon quilt. Pull out your scraps and blend like colors together. You’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll cut through your scraps and how fast this quilt is made!

Class Length: Full Day

Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm Please arrive at 9 so you can be set up and ready to go by 9:30am.

Supply List:

Cost to Members: $45

Location: Arlington Heights Library

To sign-up for workshops please stop by the Programs Table at all Guild Meetings or contact our Programs Chair at programs@nsqg.club

Thank You!

 


WORKSHOP POLICIES

  • 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.

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