Workshops

QUILT North frequently sponsors workshops, which may be taught by visiting speakers, members of other guilds, or members of our own guild. Sign-up sheets are available at the monthly meetings and there is usually a limit to the number of participants at each workshop.

Sometimes there are cutoff dates for members to register; it is customary to invite members of nearby guilds to sign up if the quota of enrollees has not been met. You are asked to pay the workshop fee when you sign up in order to hold your place. There will be no refunds unless there is another participant to take your place.

Sign up early for the workshops you’d like to attend. You can do so at the workshops table during a meeting, or by emailing QUILT North.

Below are some that are coming up at the start of the 2017-2018 guild year – sign up is currently open and suggested. Save your spot! Support guild activities! Details will be added as they are confirmed.

Unless otherwise indicated, workshops are held at the Elks Lodge, 695 Mac Elroy Road, Ballston Lake, NY 12019; look at the Directions page for how to get there.


January 2018

Our January meeting is an all day Comfort Quilts workshop at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library. Details are available on the Meetings page.


February 2018

Workshop Tues., Feb. 6, 2018 with Linda Warren

“The Learning Curve”

Learn to use The Learning Curve Ruler for adding circles to your machine-pieced quilts. Bring your sewing supplies and some fat quarters, and learn how to use the TLC ruler to make the units that create perfect circles in your machine pieced quilts.
Level: Beginner and up.

Details coming soon – contact Mary Wade with questions or to sign up.

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