Rebecca Lidstrom

Rebecca Lidstrom is the founder and creative force behind Studio R Quilts. She is an enthusiastic quilter, designer, and instructor. Rebecca made her first quilt in 2004 and immediately fell in love with all things quilting.

A simple design aesthetic combined with color, texture, and traditional quilt blocks is what defines Rebecca’s patterns. She takes the intimidation factor out of the quilt making process and believes regardless of skill level, anyone can make a quilt.

Helping others discover and enjoy quilting is a passion for Rebecca. She is excited to be part of the wonderful quilting community and share her knowledge with others. Rebecca is a member of the Madison Modern Quilt Guild, Mad City Quilt Guild and the Lodi Valley Quilt Guild.

Rebecca is excited to be designing her own line of quilt patterns and sharing them with the quilting community. She creates from her studio in Madison, WI.


One Block, Many Ways

February 18, 7PM

Have a go-to block you love using but don’t want to make the same quilt over and over again? Join Rebecca for this trunk show as she shows you how you can use one block and some simple design changes to make a versatile collection of quilts. The options are endless.


Twist and Shout

Date: Saturday, February 20, 9:30-4:30
Location: TBD

Supply List

February 18, 7PM 9:30-4:30

Location: TBD

Twist & Shout is a fun and easy, two block quilt pattern that creates secondary patterns. Perfect for confident beginners or intermediate quilters, this pattern includes detailed instructions and color illustrations for piecing the quilt top. Pattern includes instructions for three sizes: small – 56″ x 72″, medium – 72″ x 88″, and large – 88″ x 104″. Pattern also includes a coloring sheet to experiment with your own colorway.

Workshop Policies

To sign-up for workshops please use the link above, stop by the Programs Table at any guild meeting, or contact our Programs Chair at Policies are subject to change without notice.

  • Video or audio recording of class material is strictly prohibited, and may be cause for dismissal from the class without a refund.
  • Workshop reservations are open to members only from July through September, unless otherwise posted.
  • No seat in any workshop is reserved until payment has been received.
  • Please arrive 30 minutes prior to in-person classes to set up . For virtual workshops, the link will open approximately 15 minutes prior to class time so you can ensure your connectivity.
  • Cancellation policy: If NSQG cancels the workshop, it is fully refundable to attendees. If participants cancel attendance at a workshop, it is only refundable if the spot can be filled by another attendee.
  • For full day workshops, a lunch break of one hour is included. For in-person workshops, lunch is not included in the price. The programs chair will provide details about food policies at the venue.
  • Be prepared. This includes having all items on the supply list, a sewing machine in good working order, and basic sewing supplies and an extension cord/power strip. Also useful: a small iron and an ironing surface that may be shared with other students..
  • Silence phones during class. If you need to make or take a call, please exit the classroom.
  • Visitors are very distracting and are not allowed other than during the lunch break.
  • If you know you have to leave class early, please try to sit in the back of the room to avoid disturbing the rest of the class.
  • Please refrain from wearing perfume.