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: Member $60, Non-member $75, two day workshops $120/$150. 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: Ruth Ohol - Beginning Ruler Work (domestic machines) 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 September 14: Ruth Ohol - Tips, Tricks and Techniques 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

October 2019

October 25:  Cindy Grisdela - Improve Puzzle Blocks C reate   Improv   Log   Cabin   blocks   in   a   variety   of sizes    and    put    them     together    into    a    unique composition   --   like   a   jigsaw   puzzle.      There’s   no measuring    or    precise    cutting    and    each    quilt will   be   unique.      We   will   discuss   color   choices and   using   simple   design   principles   to   create   an original dynamic composition. Supply List October 26: Cindy Grisdela - Modern Retro Circles Wallhanging Combine   solids   and   low   volume   black   and   white   prints   to   create   a   modern   improv   circle   quilt   with   a   mid-century   modern   feel.      The   curved   piecing   in this   quilt   is   easy   to   stitch,   and   the   technique   can   be   used   in   many   different ways.  This wall hanging is 29” w x 39” h. Supply List

November 2019 

November 14: After Meeting Workshop with Laura Little, own er of Just Threads Stitching   Fun   -   Bring   your   own   sewing   machine   to   meeting   to take    advantage    of    this    excellent    opportunity!        This    class    is designed   so   the   participant   can   sample   and   learn   about   some specialty    threads    discussed    in    Laura’s    lecture    while    making    a small   wall   hanging   or   table   topper.      Participants   are   encouraged to   add   their   own   creativity   to   the   project   so   it   may   or   may   not look    like    the    samples.        The    emphasis    of    the    class    will    to experience using different threads not the end product.  Thursday,   November   14   (after   the   meeting)   -   1:30pm   -   4:30pm.     Class limited to 20. Class Fee $30 (applies to purchase of thread during the class) Registration Form   (turn in at Oct meeting, or register at the October meeting) Supply List November    15:    Fall    Migration    with    Beth    Kelly    and    Sue    Donovam       (members only at this time) Sue   and   Beth   are   offering   two   very   different   projects,.      Beth:   a   no-tear- out   freezer   paper   piecing   and   Sue:   a   strip   piecing   project   using   a   jelly   roll   or pre cut strips - maybe even strips from your stash. Beth Kelly:  New York Beauty: No-tear-out Freezer Paper Piecing New   York   Beauty   blocks   are   attention   getters   and   labors   of   love.   All those   perfect   points.   Paper   piecing.   Tearing   out   all   that   paper.   Time   and   a toll   on   the   hands.   But   it   doesn’t   have   to   be,   if   you   use   freezer   paper   piecing and   the   No-tear-out   method   instead.   The   freezer   paper   is   your   reusable template   and   there’s   no   need   to   reduce   the   stitch   length   on   your   machine. Learn   this   method   while   making   the   four   New   York   Beauty   blocks   used   as the   center   medallion   in   the   example.   Each   block   finishes   at   8”   square. Learn   how   to   design   your   own   freezer   paper   pieced   blocks   to   complement the center medallion. A   $4.00   materials   fee,   payable   to   the   instructor,   provides   you   with   a   set   of   pre-printed   freezer paper sheets for all the arcs in the four blocks. Supply List Sue    Donovan:        Jelly    roll    and    fat    quarter    friendly,    and    strip pieced.  Finished size 55” x 6 1.”   Made   with   equal   number   of   4   values,   Dark,   Medium   Dark,   Medium Light,   and   Light,   this   can   also   be   totally   scrappy,   a   stash   buster!      Check   the supply   list   for   all   the   details.      Starting   with   strips   cut   and   sorted   by   values, you    can    get    right    to    work    and    go    home    with    a    lot    of    the    quilt    top completed. Supply List

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.”     Lunch provided.  Do check the supply list so that you are prepared. Approximately 40” x 54”.  Supply List

March 2020

March 13:  Marlous Carter - Walk About Tote Learn   how   to   make   a   fun   tote   with   outside   pockets,   a   welted   pocket   with   optional inserted zipper and a boxed bottom. Pattern cost $9.00 - collected at time of workshop. NOTE:   You   will   not   have   the   pattern   prior   to   the   worksh op, please   print   the   supply   list    and   complete   all   cutting   and   prep work prior to class. Supply List

April 2020

April 3 and 4 (2 day s): Pat Pauly - Printing Fabric Join    Pat    Pauly    in    learning    the    basics of    printing    on    fabric.    We’ll    be    using thickened   dye   to   learn   color   mixing,   application   with   tools   from   scrapers   to rollers,   and   various   ways   to   print   on   cloth.   From   Monoprints   to   stenciling,   take a   plain   white   fabric   and   make   it   sing   with   color,   shape   and   line.   You’ll      leave with   five   yards   of   unique   and   colorful   fabric   that   you’ll   finish   washing   at   home. This cloth is pe rfect for makin g quilts, clothing  or art w orks. Supply List

May 2020

May 15 and 16 (2-days): Cynthia Neeedham - Linen Ladies Workshop 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

www.patpauly.com www.cindyneedham.com www.marlousdesigns.com Online Registration Online Registration Online Registration Print PDF Form Print PDF Form Print PDF Form
REFUND   POLICY:      Should   you   need   to   withdraw   from   a   workshop,   contact   the   Registrar   by   phone   only at   585-586-8708.      Full   refund   will   be   made   if   withdrawal   is   made   30   days   prior   to   the   workshop.      If   you withdraw   less   than   30   days   prior   to   the   workshop   and   your   seat   cannot   be   filled   by   someone   on   the waiting   list,   it   will   be   your   respnsibility   to   find   a   replacement   and   sell   your   seat   to   her/him.      Please   let the registrar know who will be taking your place so that the class list can be updated.
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: Member $60, Non-member $75, two day workshops $120/$150. 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:     Ruth     Ohol     -     Beginning     Ruler     Work (domestic machines) 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 September 14: Ruth Ohol - Tips, Tricks and Techniques 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

October 2019

October 25:  Cindy Grisdela - Improve Puzzle Blocks C reate   Improv   Log   Cabin   blocks   in a    variety    of    sizes    and    put    them   together   into   a   unique   composition --   like   a   jigsaw   puzzle.      There’s   no measuring    or p    r    e    c    i    s    e      cutting        and each   quilt   will be     unique.          We     will     discuss     color choices      and      using      simple      design principles   to   create   an   original   dynamic composition. Supply List October     26:     Cindy     Grisdela     -     Modern     Retro     Circles Wallhanging Combine    solids    and    low    volume    black and    white    prints    to    create    a    modern   improv    circle    quilt    with    a    mid-century modern   feel.      The   curved   piecing   in   this quilt   is   easy   to   stitch,   and   the   technique can    be    used    in    many    different    ways.      This wall hanging is 29” w x 39” h. Supply List

November 2019 

November   14:   After   Meeting   Workshop   with   Laura   Little, own er of Just Threads Stitching    Fun    -    Bring    your own      sewing      machine      to meeting   to   take   advantage   of this      excellent      opportunity!        This   class   is   designed   so   the participant    can    sample    and learn    about    some    specialty threads    discussed    in    Laura’s lecture   while   making   a   small   wall   hanging   or   table   topper.     Participants   are   encouraged   to   add   their   own   creativity   to the   project   so   it   may   or   may   not   look   like   the   samples.      The emphasis    of    the    class    will    to    experience    using    different threads not the end product.  Thursday,    November    14    (after    the    meeting)    -    1:30pm    - 4:30pm.  Class limited to 20. Class    Fee    $30    (applies    to    purchase    of    thread    during    the class) Registration   Form      (turn   in   at   Oct   meeting,   or   register   at   the October meeting) Supply List November    15:    Fall    Migration    with Beth      Kelly      and      Sue      Donovam         (members only at this time) Sue    and    Beth    are    offering    two very    different    projects,.        Beth:    a    no- tear-out    freezer    paper    piecing    and Sue:   a   strip   piecing   project   using   a   jelly   roll   or   pre   cut   strips   - maybe even strips from your stash. Beth   Kelly:      New   York   Beauty:   No-tear-out   Freezer Paper Piecing New    York    Beauty    blocks    are attention   getters   and   labors   of   love. All     those     perfect     points.     Paper piecing.   Tearing   out   all   that   paper. Time   and   a   toll   on   the   hands.   But   it doesn’t   have   to   be,   if   you   use   freezer paper    piecing    and    the    No-tear-out method   instead.   The   freezer   paper is   your   reusable   template   and   there’s   no   need   to   reduce   the stitch    length    on    your    machine.    Learn    this    method    while making   the   four   New   York   Beauty   blocks   used   as   the   center medallion   in   the   example.   Each   block   finishes   at   8”   square. Learn   how   to   design   your   own   freezer   paper   pieced   blocks to complement the center medallion. A    $4.00    materials    fee,    payable    to    the    instructor, provides   you   with   a   set   of   pre-printed   freezer   paper   sheets for all the arcs in the four blocks. Supply List Sue   Donovan:      Jelly   roll   and   fat   quarter   friendly, and strip pieced.  Finished size 55” x 6 1.”   Made   with   equal   number   of   4 values,   Dark,   Medium   Dark,   Medium Light,    and    Light,    this    can    also    be totally     scrappy,     a     stash     buster!       Check    the    supply    list    for    all    the details.      Starting   with   strips   cut   and sorted   by   values,   you   can   get   right   to work   and   go   home   with   a   lot   of   the quilt top completed. Supply List

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.”        Lunch    provided.        Do check   the   supply   list   so   that   you   are prepared. Approximately 40” x 54”.  Supply List

March 2020

March 13:  Marlous Carter - Walk About Tote Learn   how   to   make   a   fun   tote   with   outside   pockets,   a   welted pocket with optional inserted zipper and a boxed bottom. Pattern   cost   $9.00   -   collected   at   time   of workshop. NOTE:   You   will   not   have   the   pattern   prior to     the     worksh op,     please print     the     supply     list      and complete     all     cutting     and prep work prior to class. Supply List

April 2020

April 3 and 4 (2 day s): Pat Pauly - Printing Fabric Join   Pat   Pauly   in   learning   the   basics of printing      on      fabric.      We’ll      be      using thickened    dye    to    learn    color    mixing, application   with   tools   from   scrapers   to rollers,    and    various    ways    to    print    on cloth.    From    Monoprints    to    stenciling, take    a    plain    white    fabric    and    make    it sing    with    color,    shape    and    line.    You’ll      leave    with    five    yards    of    unique    and colorful   fabric   that   you’ll   finish   washing at   home.   This   cloth   is   pe rfect   for   makin g quilts, clothing  or art w orks. Supply List

May 2020

May    15    and    16    (2-days):    Cynthia    Neeedham    -    Linen Ladies Workshop 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.marlousdesigns.com www.cindyneedham.com

Workshop Registration

www.patpauly.com Online Registration Online Registration Online Registration Print PDF Form Print PDF Form Print PDF Form
REFUND   POLICY:      Should   you   need   to   withdraw   from   a   workshop, contact   the   Registrar   by   phone   only   at   585-586-8708.      Full   refund will   be   made   if   withdrawal   is   made   30   days   prior   to   the   workshop.     If   you   withdraw   less   than   30   days   prior   to   the   workshop   and   your seat   cannot   be   filled   by   someone   on   the   waiting   list,   it   will   be   your respnsibility   to   find   a   replacement   and   sell   your   seat   to   her/him.     Please   let   the   registrar   know   who   will   be   taking   your   place   so   that the class list can be updated.