Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition
Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition Genesee Valley Quilt Club © 2019
Genesee Valley Quilt Club, Inc. Founded January 1936
Workshop Information Workshop fee: $60 member, $75  non-member for one-day workshops  (longer workshops as listed).  Non-member registration for fall workshops will open August 1st.  “As a club, we are so lucky to be able to attract top-notch quilt instructors.  Consider registering for a class that takes you out of your comfort zone.  You won’t regret it.”  Donna Schalge, President

2019-2020 Workshops

September 2019

September 13: Sujata Shah - Windmills Inspired    by    the    windmills    of    Pennsylvania    farms    and    Sujata's    childhood    memories    of    paper pinwheels, Windmills is a beginner-friendly project. Participants   will   use   a   simple   five   step   process   to   make   an   art   quilt   with   free-form   traditional   blocks. With   easy-to-follow   instructions   from   the   book   Cultural   Fusion   Quilts,   this   class   is   designed   to   focus on cutting curves through multiple layers of f abrics and sewing curved seams. Supply List September 14: Sujata Shah - Crazy Quilts Within   perfectly   squared   up   blocks   are   the   patches   as   individually   shaped   as   they   were   in   antique quilts.   Make   a   crazy   quil t   with   a   fool   proof   method,   with out   using   foundation   fabric   and   a   minimum waste of fabrics. Supply List

October 2019

October 25: Ruth Ohol - Intro to Domestic Machine Quilting with Rulers Rulers   have   long   been   a   staple   in   the   long-arm   quilter’s   bag-of-tricks.      Ruth   will   concentrate   on   work that   can   be   done   on   a   domestic   machine   using   a   straight   ruler,   circle   rulers   and   some   specialty rulers.      Students   can   bring   as   many   ruler s   as   they   like   or   make   the   purchasing   decision   after   seeing how they are u sed.  Supply List October 26: Ruth Ohol - The Best of Ohol: Row By Row This   is   a   technique   class   showcasing   some   of   Ruth’s   best   machine   techniques.      She   has   designed the quilt pictured (47” x 57”) to demonstrate the following: Easy mitered blocks using purchased or pieced stripes Curved  piecing (Drunkard’s path block) Appliqué stems by machine Curved edge Dresden plate blocks Using Omnigrid triangle rulers to  improve your patchwork Quilt edge co rrections Supply List

November 2019

November 15: Fall Migration with Beth Kelly and Sue Donovam Members only: Projects to be announced.

January 2020

January 9: Demo Derby (club program at 12:00 noon)

February 2020

February 14:  Spring Fling Mystery Quilt with Janet Root Membe rs only, the project will not be announced.  It is a “mystery.” Approximately 40” x 54”.  Supply List

March 2020

March 13:  Marlous C arter - Walk About Tot e

April 2020

April 2  (evening), Ap ril 3 & 4 (2 ½ days): Pat Pauly - Designing to Dye Your Fabric

May 2020

May 15 and 16 (2-days): Cynthia Neeedham - For the Love of Linens My   passion   is   turning   vintage   linens   into   whole   cloth   quilts.      I   love   being   able   to   create   something “new”   out   of   something   old.      It   seems   that   every   one   has   a   few   old   linens   and   laces   tucked   away that they just never know what to do with. I   am   offering   this   one-of-a-kind   workshop   to   help   you   create   your   own   unique   heirloom.      This   is   a fun   and   creative   workshop   and   I   guarantee   that   you    will   b ecome   an   addict,   as   I   have,   creating   these beautiful quilts . Supply List

Workshop Registration

Member     online     registration     form available after May 15, 2019
therootconnection.blogspot.com
www.patpauly.com
www.cindyneedham.com
www.marlousdesigns.com
Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition Genesee Valley Quilt Club ©2019
Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition
Genesee Valley Quilt Club, Inc. Founded January 1936
Workshop Information Workshop fee: $60 member, $75  non- member for one-day workshops  (longer workshops as listed).  Non-member registration for fall workshops will open August 1st.  “As a club, we are so lucky to be able to attract top-notch quilt instructors.  Consider registering for a class that takes you out of your comfort zone.  You won’t regret it.”  Donna Schalge, President

2019-2020

Workshops

September 2019

September 13: Sujata Shah - Windmills Inspired   by   the   windmills   of   Pennsylvania   farms   and   Sujata's childhood    memories    of    paper    pinwheels,    Windmills    is    a beginner-friendly project. Participants   will   use   a   simple   five   step   process   to   make   an art    quilt    with    free-form    traditional    blocks.    With    easy-to- follow   instructions   from   the   book   Cultural   Fusion   Quilts,   this class   is   designed   to   focus   on   cutting   curves through   multiple layers of f abrics and sewing curved seams. Supply List September 14: Sujata Shah - Crazy Quilts Within    perfectly    squared    up    blocks    are    the    patches    as individually   shaped   as   they   were   in   antique   quilts.   Make   a crazy     quil t     with     a     fool     proof     method,     with out     using foundation fabric and a minimum waste of fabrics. Supply List

October 2019

October    25:    Ruth    Ohol    -    Intro    to    Domestic    Machine Quilting with Rulers Rulers   have   long   been   a   staple   in   the   long-arm   quilter’s   bag- of-tricks.      Ruth   will   concentrate   on   work   that   can   be   done   on a   domestic   machine   using   a   straight   ruler,   circle   rulers   and some   specialty   rulers.      Students   can   bring   as   many   ruler s   as they   like   or   make   the   purchasing   decision   after   seeing   how they are u sed.  Supply List October 26: Ruth Ohol - The Best of Ohol: Row By Row This   is   a   technique   class   showcasing   some   of   Ruth’s   best machine   techniques.      She   has   designed   the   quilt   pictured (47” x 57”) to demonstrate the following: Easy mitered blocks using purchased or pieced stripes Curved  piecing (Drunkard’s path block) Appliqué stems by machine Curved edge Dresden plate blocks Using     Omnigrid     triangle     rulers     to      improve     your patchwork Quilt edge co rrections Supply List

November 2019

November    15:    Fall    Migration    with    Beth    Kelly    and    Sue Donovam Members    only:    Projects    to    be announced.

January 2020

January 9: Demo Derby (club program at 12:00 noon)

February 2020

February 14:  Spring Fling Mystery Quilt with Janet Root Membe rs   only,   the   project   will   not   be   announced.      It   is a “mystery.” Approximately 40” x 54”.  Supply List

March 2020

March 13:  Marlous C arter - Walk About Tot e

April 2020

April    2     (evening),    Ap ril    3    &    4    (2    ½    da y s): Pat    Pauly    - Designing to Dye Your Fabric

May 2020

May   15   and   16   (2-days):   Cynthia   Neeedham   -   For   the   Love of Linens My   passion   is   turning   vintage   linens   into   whole   cloth   quilts.      I love   being   able   to   create   something   “new”   out   of   something old.      It   seems   that   every   one   has   a   few   old   linens   and   laces tucked away that they just never know what to do with. I   am   offering   this   one-of-a-kind   workshop   to   help   you   create your    own    unique    heirloom.        This    is    a    fun    and    creative workshop   and   I   guarantee   that   you    will   b ecome   an   addict,   as I have, creating these beautiful quilts . Supply List
www.cindyneedham.com

Workshop Registration

Member     online     registration     form available after May 15, 2019
www.marlousdesigns.com
therootconnection.blogspot.com
www.patpauly.com