WorkshoPS

The Bloomington Quilters Guild offers one-day workshops presented by professionals throughout our guild year, which runs from September 1 through August 31. (So, our upcoming year runs from September 2019 through August 2020.) The workshops are affordable, informative and fun. Members are offered the first opportunity to sign up for workshops; non-members are invited to register if space is available for an additional $15.

We’ll be announcing Workshop details as they become finalized. Mark your calendars for:
November 3, 2019:
Coleen Merte of Northwater Quilts is known for taking traditional blocks and updating them in a contemporary fashion.
April 8, 2020:
A master of color theory, Amy Walsh of Blue Underground Studios will discuss the role of color in our society, color psychology, and choosing a color palette.
May 6, 2020:
Timna Tarr, a color theorist, is known for making fun, award-winning quilts.

Workshop for Beginners

In partnership with the Monroe County Public Library, we’re running free Workshops for Beginners on Nov. 16, 2019.

Occasionally, we will offer a more casual workshop run by a BQG member. We’ll keep you posted at our meetings, through our newsletter, and on this page.

Workshop Presenters, 2018-19

Laura Welklin taught a one-day workshop on fusing and stitching appliqué for miniature quilts.

Laura Welklin taught a one-day workshop on fusing and stitching appliqué for miniature quilts.

David Taylor (Pictorial hand appliqué)
Karen Linduska (Decorative stitching)
Laura Welklin  (Small-scale fused appliqué)

If you have any questions, please email: events@bloomingtonquiltersguild.org.