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Quilt Show Workshops and Schoolhouse 2022

This even is past, follow this link to current Quilt Show informationWednesday, May 4 - Friday, May 6, 2022   Quilters-Retreat-group-at-work

Quilt Show Workshops and Schoolhouse

Workshops -
Don't miss the variety of exciting workshops taught by guest instructor, Lisa Bongean. Class sizes are limited, so be sure to register early! All workshops are held at the Sauder Heritage Inn. 
Wednesday: Friendship Rose Mini Quilt  - SOLD OUT
Thursday: Fall Harvest Wall Hanging

Sauder Village Schoolhouse - Back to Basics - A Day of Quilting Education

Friday, May 6
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at Sauder Heritage Inn
Class Fee: $59, includes soup/salad lunch (no member discounts)
9:00 – 11:30 a.m.    Lisa Bongean, Primitive Gatherings
       “Recreating Our Past” –  Trunk Show/Lecture
11:30 – 12:30 p.m.   Lunch Break
12:30 – 3:30 p.m.    Mary Zesiger, NACQJ 
     Preparing Your Quilt for Competition
     Creating Memorable Labels
     Batting & Binding – the Finishing Touch
Register for a day of quilting education. Start your morning with Lisa Bongean, Moda Fabrics designer and owner of Primitive Gatherings. Lisa will share how she uses antique quilts to inspire her fabric designs and patterns. Part trunk show and part lecture – you won’t want to miss Lisa’s story!
Take a break for lunch with a delicious soup/salad from the Barn Restaurant.
Then return for an afternoon of learning from Mary Zesiger. Mary is a National Association of Certified Quilt Judges, avid quilter and ribbon winner, and retired registered nurse. In a 3-part series of lecture style classes, Mary will demonstration how to prepare your quilt for competition, the importance of creating memorable labels, discuss how to pick the right batting for your quilt and ways to bind your project. Each lecture will last 40-minutes and allow for Q & A before moving to the next topic.
Whether you are a seasoned quilter or novice, there will be much to learn from and be inspired by our guest speakers, Lisa Bongean and Mary Zesiger.