Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition Genesee Valley Quilt Club, Copyright © 2021
Genesee Valley Quilt Club, Inc. Founded January 1936

CLASS & WORKSHOP REFUND POLICY:

1. Should a participant need to withdraw from a GVQC workshop, class, the participant must contact the Registrar by phone as soon as possible. Full refund will be made if the withdrawal is made at least 30 days prior to the workshop. 2. If a participant withdraws less than 30 days prior to the workshop the following procedure will be followed: a. If there is a waiting list, • The Registrar will notify the first person on the list and the cancelling participant. The cancelling participant will then contact the replacement to arrange financial reimbursement. b. If there is no waiting list It is the cancelling registrant’s responsibility to find a replacement and notify the Registrar when that has happened. • Financial arrangements are the responsibility of the two parties involved. c. If no replacement can be found, the Registrar must be notified and the cancelling registrant will be issued a voucher good for the amount paid for the cancelled class to be used within 6- months for another class. d. If a GVQC member has used a scholarship to take the cancelled class, the voucher will be in the amount paid for the class, minus the $50 scholarship. • Said scholarship may be used for another class within that fiscal year. 3. If it becomes necessary for GVQC to cancel a workshop, the participant will receive a refund equal to the amount they paid for the workshop.
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Workshop Information Workshop fee: Member $60 / Non-member $75, two day workshops $120/$150. Non-member registration for Fall workshops will open August 1, 2021. See “withdrawal from class” policy. “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 2017-2021 2021-2022 Speakers & Workshops

September 2021

Meeting Special Speaker, September 23: Alex Anderson Alex will be speaking to the club virtually. Her lecture, “The Quiltie Life” will include a trunk show. Alex Anderson’s love of quilting all began in 1978 when she completed her Grandmother’s Flower Garden Quilt as a part of her work towards her degree in art from San Francisco State University. Over the years her central focus has been to understand fabric relationships and an intense appreciation of traditional quilts and beautiful quilting surface design. Alex is the author of 30 books in four languages selling over 1 million copies worldwide. She is a designer of fabrics with RJR Fabrics , and Co- Creater with RNK Distributing (Floriani) of the Quilters Select brand. Alex is a founding partner of The Quilt Show.com and The Quilt Life magazine (publisher AQS) with Ricky Tims (final issue October 2014). Alex’s personal mission is not only to share her love of quilting with anyone who will listen, but to educate and encourage those interested in quilting as clearly and simply as possible, so quilting can continue to be handed down from generation to generation.

Workshop Teacher - Ruth Ohol

Ruth has been sewing since she was a child and quilting since 1990. As a former Bernina shop employee, she learned a wealth of machine techniques which she uses on many of her quilts. Most recognized for her machine quilting, she loves color and a challenge, which quilting provides on a daily basis. Most days she can be found in her studio with a cat. Most of her quilts are original in design and many have been published, patterned, and beribboned. She loves to share her knowledge and teach others and be part of our (GVQC) quilting community.

September 24 Workshop: Designing Borders

T his workshop is a design class. No sewing machine is required. The class will cover how to plan and execute border design and the discussion will revolve around pieced, appliqué and quilt design, as well as stencil use. Supply List Supply Fee $2

September 25 Workshop: Marking Quilts

So many quilters use just one method to mark a quilt for quilting. When that method won’t work, they are stumped and as a result, the quilting and finishing of the quilt suffers. This class will cover a myriad of methods for marking that will solve almost any marking dilemma. Supply List Supply Fee TBD (approximately $3 - $5)

October 2021

Meeting Special Speaker, October 14: Gladi Porsche Gladi’s Presentation: Quilting Journey and Trunk Show Gladi Porsche is a retired physician who has been designing and making quilts for over 27 years. When she was practicing medicine, quilting was a great way to play and relieve stress! She works in a mostly traditional style, loves working with color, and loves traditional quilt blocks, hand appliqué, and hand quilting. She enjoys designing and adding vine borders to many of her creations. During her trunk show Gladi will share around 25 of her quilts to as she talks about her quilting journey - how she got into quilting, her interest in quilt design, her interest in Asian fabrics, and how her quilts have evolved over the years. Learn more about Gladi and her quilting.

Workshop Teacher - Chris Wickert

Christine is a mainly self taught artist. She started quilting in the 80’s. She retired from teaching in the Penfield School District in 1995 and then became very active in the Genesee Valley Quilt Club. After entering one of her quilts and winning a first place in Paducah in 2008, she began making other quilts for national shows. Her many prizes include a Best of Show in 2013 at the AQS show in Lancaster and three Best of Shows at the Vermont Quilt Festival. Hand appliqué and hand quilting continue to be her favorite techniques and indeed define her style.

October 15 Workshop: Basic Silk Applique

In this one-day class directions for making templates, appliquéing (prepared edge, NOT needle turn!), beading, and quilting will be given. Special emphasis will be on making 1/8” vines. The pattern for this 14 inch silk floral pillow is adapted (with permission) from a design by Deborah Kemball. Class Kit ($30.00) Required: The kit ($30.00) to make the silk pillow is available for purchase directly from Chris Wickert. Please let Chris know if kit is needed by 10/8/2021 . Please pay cash or with a check (made out to Christine Wickert). The kit includes the pattern and all materials needed except the pillow backing, binding, and pillow form. You may also choose to buy the pattern only (available for $9.00). If you buy only the pattern you will need to purchase your own silk fabrics and beads, as well as embroidery floss, backing, binding and pillow form. Supply List

October 16 Workshop: Advanced Applique

In this appliqué class students will use either silk or cotton fabrics to make any of the blocks featured in Deborah Kemball’s pattern pack entitled Floral Abundance Quilt. Chris will use one of the blocks in the book to demonstrate the following techniques: pattern transfer techniques prepared edge (NOT needle turn!) appliqué attaching skinny stems to other skinny stems making very small ovals and circles making leaves and flower pedals with narrow points sequencing layered appliqué embroidery stitches such as detached button hole, couched running stitch, French knot echo quilting Supply List

November 2021

Meeting Special Speaker, November 11: Kim Swink Kim’s lecture, “Exploring Modern Quilting Kim Swink’s interest in sewing and quilting was re-ignited about 15 years ago when she was tasked with teaching her then 8 year-old daughter to sew. Her passion for quilting grew and in 2013 she bought a longarm and opened Swink Girls Quilts where she offers both custom and computer quilting, along with sewing and quilting classes. In 2019, SGQ hosted Karen McTavish for a fun weekend of longarm learning and inspiration; much enjoyed by all who attended. Kim has always been attracted to bright colors and bold designs which led her to the Rochester Modern Quilt Guild where she has served as both Vice President and Co-President in past years. In her lecture, Kim will explore some of the elements of modern quilting in many of her own quilts and those of other modern quilters.

Workshop Teachers - Sue Donovan & Beth Kelly

Sue and Beth, members of GVQC, have been friends for a number of years. They enjoy learning new techniques, exploring modern quilting, and challenging each other to expand their creativities. Each will offer a project for Fall Mgration. Instructions will be available for both projects. Select one project, or both and do one later, or bring your own project to work on. Fall Migration is full of fun and fellowship for GVQC members.

November 12 Workshop: Fall Migration

Sue Donovan’s Project - TBA Beth Kelly’s Project - TBA

January 2022

January 13: Demo Derby

The January meeting has no special speaker or workshops. After the business meeting and lunch, members may choose 3 to 4 demos from the 6 to 8 demos that are offered. All demos run approximately 10 to 15 minutes. This popular event gives members the opportunity to learn new techniques, tips, and methods to build their knowledge and skill in quilt making and fiber arts. Photo: Janet Root’s presentation, January 2020 Demo Derby offerings TBA.

February 2022

Meeting Special Speaker, February 10: Donna Patrick Trunk and Fashion Show of Wearable Art Donna H. Patrick, a retired educator, learned to sew at a young age on a treadle machine sitting on her grandmother’s lap and has been creating with fabric ever since. As part of her master’s program, she traveled to Japan with Syracuse University, studying the crafts and fiber art of that country. Now Donna loves creating wearable art, experimenting with color and natural fabrics with an emphasis on various surface design elements. She is currently fascinated with the possibilities that upcycled, vintage, ethnic and unusual textiles offer. Adding in textural components and embellishments greatly define her work. Donna is a member of Rochester Area Fiber Artists (RAFA), Ontario County Arts Council (OCAC) as well as GVQC and has participated in their past QuiltFests Fashion shows. She is planning on participating in the GVQC upcoming QuiltFest ~ May 2022, Fashion Show as well. Currently Donna is affiliated with Artizann’s Gallery in Naples, NY and Main Street Arts Gallery Gift Shop in Clifton Springs.

Workshop Teacher - Janet Root

Janet, GVQC member, is a creative quilt maker and artist. She has a nack for designing mystery quilts. The fun, of course, is the challenge and journey making the components wondering just how everything will assemble into the final quilt. Janet enjoys taking you on this journey and keeps the day full of fun.

February 11 Workshop: Spring Fling Mystery Quilt

Membe rs only, the project will not be announced, although there will be a supply list that includes fabric selections and amounts. It is a “mystery.” Do check the supply list so that you are prepared. Supply List - TBD

March 2022

Special Speaker and Workshop Teacher - Lydia Middaugh Meeting Special Speaker - March 10: Trunk Show of Wool Appliqué. Lydia Middaugh feels that she has been “called” to be a quilter and that if you find something you love to do, that becomes your single motivation for doing more. Lydia graduated with a drgree in Special Education and taught for 38 years in Lowville, NY. Retiring in 2020 she began teaching wool appliqué to enthusiastic adults in Utica, NY. Currently she has a class of young students she teaches in her studio. Lydia says that she sees her young self in the faces of these students, and it excites her to see their potential. All of life has been motivation for Lydia’s work and she started her adventure, “Charlie’s Daughter,” in 2016. Her designs are wool appliqué and are formed around some colorful birds she calls “attitude birds”. The birds are depicted with humor as they experience life situations. Recently, she has become a designer with the Wild and Wonderful Facebook group. She travels though out NY State sharing her trunk show and her love for wool appliqué.

March 11 Workshop: Wool Applique

Lydia will introduce you to the wonderful world of wool appliqué with a class showcasing her design, Got Mail, centered around “attitude birds”. She will discuss the various types of wool, threads and bonding materials for appliqué available, teach you how to prepare a piece for stitching and teach you the basic stitches. Lydia has a few tricks to assist you to become successful right away. Class kit required, $35 Register for the class by February 10 to assure kit availability . (pay at the beginning of the class) Supply List

March 12 Workshop: Wool Applique Design

The advance class will teach you how to add dimension and advanced stitches to bring your work to another level. Lydia will introduce you to a variety of stitching threads and materials, other than wool, such as beads, that can bring beauty to your piece. The required class kit includes everything you will need. Note: Lydia is working on the pattern. She said that you will not be disappointed. When the pattern is complete a photo will be posted. Class kit required, $35 Register for the class by February 10 to assure kit availability . (pay Lydia at the beginning of class) Supply List

April 2022

Special Speaker and Workshop Teacher - Pat Pauly

Meeting Special Speaker, April 14 : “Dying, Printing and Your Design” A sought-after lecturer and teacher in contemporary fiber arts, Pat Pauly shares her wealth of knowledge from decades of working in design. Her work is recognized nationally and internationally for her work that evokes natural forms that are bold and graphic. Her art quilts have been featured in numerous publications and exhibitions. Her workshops focus on design and technique, as well as when to apply the rules, and when to toss them out. Pat Pauly’s studio is in Rochester, New York.

April 15 & 16 (two day workshop): Pat Pauly - Printing on Textiles

Join Pat Pauly in learning the basics of printing on fabric. She will be teaching how to use thickened dye to learn color mixing, application with tools from scrapers to rollers, and various ways to print on cloth. From Monoprints to stenciling, students will take a plain white fabric and make it sing with color, shape and l ine. Info and Supply List

May 2022

Special Speaker, May 12: Kim Werth

Kim’s lecture, “Piecers, Quilters, and Unicorns” Kim Werth, GVQC member, lives in Rochester, NewYork and operates a quilting business from her home. Her creative journey began in 2009 and has turned into quite the adventure. Free motion quilting is where Kim has the most fun. She is creative with her designs, quilts beautifully, and has even won several ribbons for her work. Kim loves to teach others what she loves to do. Kim logarm quilted the GVQC 2022 Raffle Quilt which will be unveiled at the September 2021 club meeting. To see more of her beautiful work, look on FB and Instagram under the search, Kim’s Quilting Corner.
Helping One Another Blend Art and Tradition Genesee Valley Quilt Club , Copyright ©2021
Genesee Valley Quilt Club, Inc. Founded January 1936

CLASS & WORKSHOP REFUND POLICY:

1. Should a participant need to withdraw from a GVQC workshop, class, the participant must contact the Registrar by phone as soon as possible. Full refund will be made if the withdrawal is made at least 30 days prior to the workshop. 2. If a participant withdraws less than 30 days prior to the workshop the following procedure will be followed: a. If there is a waiting list, The Registrar will notify the first person on the list and the cancelling participant. The cancelling participant will then contact the replacement to arrange financial reimbursement. b. If there is no waiting list It is the cancelling registrant’s responsibility to find a replacement and notify the Registrar when that has happened. Financial arrangements are the responsibility of the two parties involved. c. If no replacement can be found, the Registrar must be notified and the cancelling registrant will be issued a voucher good for the amount paid for the cancelled class to be used within 6-months for another class. d. If a GVQC member has used a scholarship to take the cancelled class, the voucher will be in the amount paid for the class, minus the $50 scholarship. Said scholarship may be used for another class within that fiscal year. 3. If it becomes necessary for GVQC to cancel a workshop, the participant will receive a refund equal to the amount they paid for the workshop.
Online Workshop Registration Online Workshop Registration Print Workshop Registration Print Workshop Registration
Workshop Information Workshop fee: Member $60 / Non-member $75, two day workshops $120/$150. Non-member registration for Fall workshops will open August 1, 2021. See “withdrawal from class” policy. “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 2017-2021 2021-2022 Speakers & Workshops

September 2021

Meeting Special Speaker, September 23: Alex Anderson Alex will be speaking to the club virtually. Her lecture, “The Quiltie Life” will include a trunk show. Alex Anderson’s love of quilting all began in 1978 when she completed her Grandmother’s Flower Garden Quilt as a part of her work towards her degree in art from San Francisco State University. Over the years her central focus has been to understand fabric relationships and an intense appreciation of traditional quilts and beautiful quilting surface design. Alex is the author of 30 books in four languages selling over 1 million copies worldwide. She is a designer of fabrics with RJR Fabrics , and Co- Creater with RNK Distributing (Floriani) of the Quilters Select brand. Alex is a founding partner of The Quilt Show.com and The Quilt Life magazine (publisher AQS) with Ricky Tims (final issue October 2014). Alex’s personal mission is not only to share her love of quilting with anyone who will listen, but to educate and encourage those interested in quilting as clearly and simply as possible, so quilting can continue to be handed down from generation to generation.

Workshop Teacher - Ruth Ohol

Ruth has been sewing since she was a child and quilting since 1990. As a former Bernina shop employee, she learned a wealth of machine techniques which she uses on many of her quilts. Most recognized for her machine quilting, she loves color and a challenge, which quilting provides on a daily basis. Most days she can be found in her studio with a cat. Most of her quilts are original in design and many have been published, patterned, and beribboned. She loves to share her knowledge and teach others and be part of our (GVQC) quilting community.

September 24 Workshop: Designing Borders

T his workshop is a design class. No sewing machine is required. The class will cover how to plan and execute border design and the discussion will revolve around pieced, appliqué and quilt design, as well as stencil use. Supply List Supply Fee $2

September 25 Workshop: Marking Quilts

So many quilters use just one method to mark a quilt for quilting. When that method won’t work, they are stumped and as a result, the quilting and finishing of the quilt suffers. This class will cover a myriad of methods for marking that will solve almost any marking dilemma. Supply List Supply Fee TBD (approximately $3 - $5)

October 2021

Meeting Special Speaker, October 14: Gladi Porsche Gladi’s Presentation: Quilting Journey and Trunk Show Gladi Porsche is a retired physician who has been designing and making quilts for over 27 years. When she was practicing medicine, quilting was a great way to play and relieve stress! She works in a mostly traditional style, loves working with color, and loves traditional quilt blocks, hand appliqué, and hand quilting. She enjoys designing and adding vine borders to many of her creations. During her trunk show Gladi will share around 25 of her quilts to as she talks about her quilting journey - how she got into quilting, her interest in quilt design, her interest in Asian fabrics, and how her quilts have evolved over the years. Learn more about Gladi and her quilting.

Workshop Teacher - Chris Wickert

Christine is a mainly self taught artist. She started quilting in the 80’s. She retired from teaching in the Penfield School District in 1995 and then became very active in the Genesee Valley Quilt Club. After entering one of her quilts and winning a first place in Paducah in 2008, she began making other quilts for national shows. Her many prizes include a Best of Show in 2013 at the AQS show in Lancaster and three Best of Shows at the Vermont Quilt Festival. Hand appliqué and hand quilting continue to be her favorite techniques and indeed define her style.

October 15 Workshop: Basic Silk Applique

In this one-day class directions for making templates, appliquéing (prepared edge, NOT needle turn!), beading, and quilting will be given. Special emphasis will be on making 1/8” vines. The pattern for this 14 inch silk floral pillow is adapted (with permission) from a design by Deborah Kemball. Class Kit ($30.00) Required: The kit ($30.00) to make the silk pillow is available for purchase directly from Chris Wickert. Please let Chris know if kit is needed by 10/8/2021 . Please pay cash or with a check (made out to Christine Wickert). The kit includes the pattern and all materials needed except the pillow backing, binding, and pillow form. You may also choose to buy the pattern only (available for $9.00). If you buy only the pattern you will need to purchase your own silk fabrics and beads, as well as embroidery floss, backing, binding and pillow form. Supply List

October 16 Workshop: Advanced Applique

In this appliqué class students will use either silk or cotton fabrics to make any of the blocks featured in Deborah Kemball’s pattern pack entitled Floral Abundance Quilt. Chris will use one of the blocks in the book to demonstrate the following techniques: pattern transfer techniques prepared edge (NOT needle turn!) appliqué attaching skinny stems to other skinny stems making very small ovals and circles making leaves and flower pedals with narrow points sequencing layered appliqué embroidery stitches such as detached button hole, couched running stitch, French knot echo quilting Supply List

November 2021

Meeting Special Speaker, November 11: Kim Swink Kim’s lecture, “Exploring Modern Quilting Kim Swink’s interest in sewing and quilting was re-ignited about 15 years ago when she was tasked with teaching her then 8 year-old daughter to sew. Her passion for quilting grew and in 2013 she bought a longarm and opened Swink Girls Quilts where she offers both custom and computer quilting, along with sewing and quilting classes. In 2019, SGQ hosted Karen McTavish for a fun weekend of longarm learning and inspiration; much enjoyed by all who attended. Kim has always been attracted to bright colors and bold designs which led her to the Rochester Modern Quilt Guild where she has served as both Vice President and Co- President in past years. In her lecture, Kim will explore some of the elements of modern quilting in many of her own quilts and those of other modern quilters.

Workshop Teachers - Sue Donovan & Beth

Kelly

Sue and Beth, members of GVQC, have been friends for a number of years. They enjoy learning new techniques, exploring modern quilting, and challenging each other to expand their creativities. Each will offer a project for Fall Mgration. Instructions will be available for both projects. Select one project, or both and do one later, or bring your own project to work on. Fall Migration is full of fun and fellowship for GVQC members.

November 12 Workshop: Fall Migration

Sue Donovan’s Project - TBA Beth Kelly’s Project - TBA

January 2022

January 13: Demo Derby

The January meeting has no special speaker or workshops. After the business meeting and lunch, members may choose 3 to 4 demos from the 6 to 8 demos that are offered. All demos run approximately 10 to 15 minutes. This popular event gives members the opportunity to learn new techniques, tips, and methods to build their knowledge and skill in quilt making and fiber arts. Photo: Janet Root’s presentation, January 2020 Demo Derby offerings TBA.

February 2022

Meeting Special Speaker, February 10: Donna Patrick Trunk and Fashion Show of Wearable Art Donna H. Patrick, a retired educator, learned to sew at a young age on a treadle machine sitting on her grandmother’s lap and has been creating with fabric ever since. As part of her master’s program, she traveled to Japan with Syracuse University, studying the crafts and fiber art of that country. Now Donna loves creating wearable art, experimenting with color and natural fabrics with an emphasis on various surface design elements. She is currently fascinated with the possibilities that upcycled, vintage, ethnic and unusual textiles offer. Adding in textural components and embellishments greatly define her work. Donna is a member of Rochester Area Fiber Artists (RAFA), Ontario County Arts Council (OCAC) as well as GVQC and has participated in their past QuiltFests Fashion shows. She is planning on participating in the GVQC upcoming QuiltFest ~ May 2022, Fashion Show as well. Currently Donna is affiliated with Artizann’s Gallery in Naples, NY and Main Street Arts Gallery Gift Shop in Clifton Springs.

Workshop Teacher - Janet Root

Janet, GVQC member, is a creative quilt maker and artist. She has a nack for designing mystery quilts. The fun, of course, is the challenge and journey making the components wondering just how everything will assemble into the final quilt. Janet enjoys taking you on this journey and keeps the day full of fun.

February 11 Workshop: Spring Fling Mystery

Quilt

Membe rs only, the project will not be announced, although there will be a supply list that includes fabric selections and amounts. It is a “mystery.” Do check the supply list so that you are prepared. Supply List - TBD

March 2022

Special Speaker and Workshop Teacher - Lydia Middaugh Meeting Special Speaker - March 10: Trunk Show of Wool Appliqué. Lydia Middaugh feels that she has been “called” to be a quilter and that if you find something you love to do, that becomes your single motivation for doing more. Lydia graduated with a drgree in Special Education and taught for 38 years in Lowville, NY. Retiring in 2020 she began teaching wool appliqué to enthusiastic adults in Utica, NY. Currently she has a class of young students she teaches in her studio. Lydia says that she sees her young self in the faces of these students, and it excites her to see their potential. All of life has been motivation for Lydia’s work and she started her adventure, “Charlie’s Daughter,” in 2016. Her designs are wool appliqué and are formed around some colorful birds she calls “attitude birds”. The birds are depicted with humor as they experience life situations. Recently, she has become a designer with the Wild and Wonderful Facebook group. She travels though out NY State sharing her trunk show and her love for wool appliqué.

March 11 Workshop: Wool Applique

Lydia will introduce you to the wonderful world of wool appliqué with a class showcasing her design, Got Mail, centered around “attitude birds”. She will discuss the various types of wool, threads and bonding materials for appliqué available, teach you how to prepare a piece for stitching and teach you the basic stitches. Lydia has a few tricks to assist you to become successful right away. Class kit required, $35 Register for the class by February 10 to assure kit availability . (pay at the beginning of the class) Supply List

March 12 Workshop: Wool Applique Design

The advance class will teach you how to add dimension and advanced stitches to bring your work to another level. Lydia will introduce you to a variety of stitching threads and materials, other than wool, such as beads, that can bring beauty to your piece. The required class kit includes everything you will need. Note: Lydia is working on the pattern. She said that you will not be disappointed. When the pattern is complete a photo will be posted. Class kit required, $35 Register for the class by February 10 to assure kit availability . (pay Lydia at the beginning of class) Supply List

April 2022

Special Speaker and Workshop Teacher - Pat

Pauly

Meeting Special Speaker, April 14 : “Dying, Printing and Your Design” A sought-after lecturer and teacher in contemporary fiber arts, Pat Pauly shares her wealth of knowledge from decades of working in design. Her work is recognized nationally and internationally for her work that evokes natural forms that are bold and graphic. Her art quilts have been featured in numerous publications and exhibitions. Her workshops focus on design and technique, as well as when to apply the rules, and when to toss them out. Pat Pauly’s studio is in Rochester, New York.

April 15 & 16 (two day workshop): Pat Pauly -

Printing on Textiles

Join Pat Pauly in learning the basics of printing on fabric. She will be teaching how to use thickened dye to learn color mixing, application with tools from scrapers to rollers, and various ways to print on cloth. From Monoprints to stenciling, students will take a plain white fabric and make it sing with color, shape and l ine. Info and Supply List

May 2022

Special Speaker, May 12: Kim Werth

Kim’s lecture, “Piecers, Quilters, and Unicorns” Kim Werth, GVQC member, lives in Rochester, NewYork and operates a quilting business from her home. Her creative journey began in 2009 and has turned into quite the adventure. Free motion quilting is where Kim has the most fun. She is creative with her designs, quilts beautifully, and has even won several ribbons for her work. Kim loves to teach others what she loves to do. Kim logarm quilted the GVQC 2022 Raffle Quilt which will be unveiled at the September 2021 club meeting. To see more of her beautiful work, look on FB and Instagram under the search, Kim’s Quilting Corner.