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Programs & Workshops

May Workshop
May 15, 2019 9 am – 4 pm

Gyleen Fitzgerald
Modern Free Wheeling Circles.
This is Gyleen’s 2017 Houston Quilter Challenge design. Here it is in a workshop! You’ll get the full design capability of this pattern. Learn the raw edge technique to achieve perfect “stress free” curves without piecing. There are quite a few design options so don’t be surprised if you make more than one! No special tools needed!
Email to sign up: workshops@pqgks.com.
Fabric requirements:
(20) 12 ½” X 12 ½” squares, assorted solids or semi-solids
(20) 10” x 10” squares, assorted solids or semi-solids;
(2) ¼ yard sashing fabrics, assorted solids or semi-solids
– Plus extra fabric for optional border
– extra fabric for practicing

 

2019 Program and Workshop Schedule

Month Speaker Web Site Lecture Workshop
April, 2019 Elizabeth
Granberg-Jerome
www.gypsydreamerquilts.com Adventures with 60 Degree Triangle Quilts
May, 2019 Gyleen X. Fitzgerald www.colourfulstitches.com
1:00 – The Art of Color Blending
7:00 – The Path to Modern
Modern Free-Wheeling Circles
June, 2019 Rose Haury Trunk Show
July, 2019 Peggy Martin www.peggymartinquilts.com Beyond Tradition The New Feathered Star
August, 2019 Nancy Prince www.nancyprince.com So What is Thread Painting All About? Enhancing a Photograph through Thread Sketching
September, 2019 Betsy Chutchian www.betsychutchianquiltsandmore.blogspot.com 19th Century Patchwork Quilt Divas TBD

Workshop Registration

Workshop Registration & Policies: Please read the Guild Workshop Policies first before registering for one of our speakers’ workshops.Please be sure to bring and wear your name-tag at workshops so the speaker will know who you are!

Location of Workshops:
All workshops are held Location – Scotish Rite – downstairs, 332 E First, Wichita, and run from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.

Cost of Workshops:
PQG Members – $40
Non-members – $40 + $10 fee

If you are interested in signing up for a workshop, or have questions, stop by the Workshop table at the next Guild meeting; or email us.

Workshops require a sewing machine in good working order along with all general sewing/workshop supplies.