Workshop: Machine Applique
This workshop provided hands-on time to learn Margaret's successful appliqué
secrets. Included in the topics covered were how to prepare your fabric, setting up
your machine, materials to use, and samples to stitch.
Workshop: 6-Hour Pyrotenics
Fran offered a 6- hour workshop entitled "Pyrotechnics" or "Farmer's Fancy."
Right now you might be thinking, what in the world is pyrothenics. Well, just pull up
Fran's website to see a sample.
Gloria taught Square-in-a-Square techniques.
"Jean Wells Keenan"
Jean Wells held a workshop: “Intuitive Color and Design” and on
cutting and piecing techniques.
Cindy began quiltmaking in 1974, in 1977 she began to teach quilting. The last 30 years Cindy's
teaching skills have earned her a loyal following across the United States. Her work is based on
traditional American patchwork blocks. She uses many fabrics to create unique scrap quilts. Her
quilts have won various awards and have hung in major exhibits in Florida, across the
United States, and overseas.
Karen is a native of Michigan. She began quilting in 1973 while still in high school. Her
quilts are known for taking a traditional pattern and giving it her own unique "twist".
Karen is intrigued with quilts of illusions and has been designing quilts with a 3-D
look for several years. Karen is the author or Optical Illusions, Combing Through Your Scraps,
Floral Illusions, 3 Quilters Celebrate the 4 Seasons, and 3-D Fun with Pandora's Box. Her
newest book is Celtic Pieced Illusions.
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