Come see me in British Columbia

I’m so excited to be able to teach in BC this fall! Seriously, it’s going to be the most fun. Live in the area? Here is where you can come see me!

 

October 13 I’ll be doing a Trunk Show at the Fraser Valley Modern Quilt Guild — you can contact them on their website — http://www.fvmodernquilt.com/. I’m not 100% sure what their policy on guests is. But it’s my birthday that day, so bring cake 😀

October 15 & 16 I’ll be teaching at the British Columbia Longarmer Guild. These are closed classes, so unless you are in their guild you aren’t able to take these classes, sorry!

October 17 I’ll be doing a trunk show at the Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild. If you’d like to attend there is a $5 fee and you need to RVSP to membership@vancouvermodernquiltguild.ca

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October 17 & 18th I’m teaching at Stitch and Bobbin in North Vancouver. These are hands on classes on domestic machines! I’m so excited to be able to offer open hands on classes on this trip! While these are on domestic machines, if you are normally a long arm quilter, these classes will still be great for you! I’ll happily point out any differences between how I quilt on a domestic machine vs. on a longarm and will answer any questions you might have!  This is your best opportunity (if you aren’t a member of a guild I’m doing hands on classes in,) to learn from me! Seriously, these classes are going to be awesome, so take a look!

October 19 I’ll be doing a Trunk show at the Chilliwack Piecemakers Quilt Guild. I don’t have many more details on this one I’m afraid!

October 20 I’ll be doing a Trunk show at the Victoria Modern Quilt Guild.

October 21 I’ll be doing a full day class at the Victoria Modern Quilt Guild. I’m not 100% sure if they have filled up this class, but if you aren’t a member of their guild, you can add your name to the waiting list if they have extra spaces — http://www.mqgvictoria.com/p/workshops.html .

 

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2 responses to “Come see me in British Columbia

  1. Hi Kathleen,
    I am a newbie long arm quilter. A friend has made a quilt top that she wants to quilt, however, we are stumped as to how to do it. You used to offer advice on how to quilt a top by a photograph that was sent to you. Do you still do this? How do I send a picture of the top to you?

  2. Hi Kathleen,
    I have been following you for awhile and even made a larger, king size version of your Road Trip quilt. I live across the Straits of Juan de Fuca from Victoria, BC in Sequim, WA. I put myself on the wait list for your classes at the MQ of Victoria. Hoping a place opens up. Keep up the fantastic quilting.

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