Alice Ridge

Alice Ridge has been quilting for over 40 years. She loves all types of quilting, from traditional handwork to modern, and art quilts. She’s explored Japanese Shashiko, Korean Pojagi, Celtic Knotwork, and English Paper Piecing, Hawaiian Applique, Guatemalan Embroidery. She loves them all!

Alice has been a traveling quilt teacher and speaker for quite a few years now. Now that her husband has retired after 25 years in the military, they have their ‘forever home’. She travels around the US giving trunk shows and workshops. When  not teaching and speaking, she travels internationally to learn more about the many, many different types of quilting and needlework techniques around the world. 

Meeting

Quilt Trip Around the World Trunk Show

May 20, 7PM

Take a trip around the world with Alice Ridge’s beautiful quilts in styles from around the globe.

Workshop

Pojagi - Traditional Korean Needlework

May 21, 9:30AM-4:30PM

This needlework is from Korea and has a rich history and tradition.  The project for this class will be made of both silk and cotton, with some unique Korea accents.  The project will be demonstrated for both and hand-work and machine. Come join us, bring your machine or you can sew it by hand! 

Workshop

Mock Molas!

May 22, 9:30AM-4:30PM

The Mola is a beautiful and colorful art design that is originally from the Kuni people of Panama. Traditionally done with lots of colors, lots of layers of fabric and lots of laborious teeny-tiny needle-turn hand stitches! Our class project will be a Modified Mola that will have the flavor of the original without all of the work.

This is a handwork class, so, no machines. Bring your thimbles and prepare to get addicted to this colorful, fun and very easy technique!

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 programs@nsqg.club. 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.