Modern Quilt Movement

Modern Quilt Movement

Grandmothers might still be quilting, but their grandchildren have taken this art form in a whole new direction. Learn about how millennials connected online, established their own quilting aesthetic and organized an international movement that brings tens of thousands of

Designing Colorful Quilt Blocks

Designing Colorful Quilt Blocks

Using precut fabric shapes and your imagination, kids ages 6-12 will design their own quilt blocks. Bring a camera of your choice so you can have a memory of your creation. All materials are supplied.  Finished quilt blocks will be

Redwork and Quilts

Redwork and Quilts

Simple embroidery stitches, often known as “redwork,” can create a fabulous quilt or a smaller item for the home. Learn or expand your hand stitching skills with this hands-on session. Newbies or experienced stitchers welcome! All materials are supplied. Taught

How to Care for Your Vintage Quilts

How to Care for Your Vintage Quilts

Learn how to store, clean, love, and label family quilts. Bring your quilts and get answers to your questions about care and repair of these wonderful treasures. Presented by Michele Bautsch from the East Cobb Quilters’ Guild – www.ecqg.com – in the

What the Fabric? (AKA the History of Quiltmaking)

What the Fabric? (AKA the History of Quiltmaking)

In this lecture, we’ll share the secrets of how quilting makes you a domestic goddess with an unconventional look at the history of quilting in a one-hour lecture packed with information, photos, and fun that covers quilting from Tristan to

Hexagons are Here!

Hexagons are Here!

Learn this time-tested method called English Paper Piecing. This class involves hand sewing. Some experience helpful, but not required. All materials are supplied for making a pincushion. Ages 14 and up. Register here. Taught by Heather Kosbab from the East Cobb

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