2019 SHOW DATES Friday May 31, 9 AM - 5 PM Saturday June 1, 9 AM - 5 PM Sunday June 2, 10 AM - 4 PM
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SHOW ADDRESS Gordon Field House RIT Campus 1 Lomb Memorial Drive Rochester, NY
Genesee Valley QuiltFest - Genesee Valley Quilt Club 2018
Workshops and Lectures by Instructor or Presenter  Snow Days by Mandy Applebee 2017 Judged: Pieced Multiple, 2nd Place
Eugenia Barnes , Marcellus, NY , 2019 QuiltFest Judge & Lecturer Eugenia   is   noted   for   her   traditional   and   innovative   piece   work,   for   her   ability   to   aid   students   with problem solving, her hand skills and designs, as well as her sense of humor.  About Eugenia Barnes: Has been a quilt maker since the early 1960’s. Founded   the   first   quilt   guild   in   central   New   York   and   has   been   involved   in   development   of   many   other guilds. Appraiser certified by AQS, one of the first five certified nationally.  Served   on   the   Certification   Committee   for   eleven   years   helping   to   design   the   Code   of   Ethics,   Policies   and   Procedures,   Standard Form and taught the Appraiser Training Course.  She   is   often   credited   in   technical   books   as   a   teacher   and   mentor   and   is   recognized   for   her   knowledge   of   techniques,   design, special relationship, color, as well as the overall view of a quilt of any style. Listed in “Who’s Who In American Quilting.” National and international teacher, lecturer, and judge since 1978. Eugenia Barnes Lecture: A Quilter’s Perspective Friday May 31, 10AM - 11AM About   the   Lecture:      In   this   intriguing   lecture   Genie   will   talk   about   quilt   makers,   their   various   approaches   and      opportunities as well as how quilters view each other’s quilts and their fellow quilters. C ynthia   England ,   Dickinson,   TX ,   2019   Quilt   Judge,   Workshop   Teacher, Lecturer Cynthia’s   quilt,   “Piece   and   Quiet,”   was   distinguished   as   one   of   the   Hundred   Best   Quilts   of   the   20th Century. About Cynthia England www.englanddesign.com Graduate of the Art Institute of Houston Creating quilts for more than thirty years.  Experimentation with quilting techniques led her to develop her own style of “Picture Piecing.” Quilts   honored   with   many   awards,   including   three   Best   of   Show   at   the   prestigious   International   Quilt Association,   Viewer’s   Choice at American Quilter’s Society. National   and   international   teacher   and   lecturer   in   USA,   South   Africa,   Taiwan,   Japan,   South   Korea,   Germany,   Canada,   Australia, Spain and Mexico. Author of two books, Picture Piecing: Creating Dramatic Pictoral Quilts  (2002), and Picture Piecing Traditional Quilts  (2013). Designer   and   owner   of   England   Design   Studios   which   is   a   publishing/pattern   company   specializing   in   the   “Picture   Piecing” technique.  She has over 50 patterns that use this technique. Cynthia England Workshops: Small Landscape     Friday May 31, 9AM - 4PM Workshop   Description:   Smokey   Mountains   or   Tranquil   Lake   (select   one).     Required    material    fee    includes    pattern    and    fabric    for    top,    complete    with borders and binding. Material Fee:  $37.00 Small Landscape Supply List & description Picture Piecing - Creating realistic pieced pictures.   Saturday June 1, 2019, 9AM - 4PM Workshop   Description:       The   workshop   is   a   two   part   class.      First   half   o f   the   day   will   be   dedicated   to learning   the   sewing   technique.      In   the   afternoon   we   will   be   learning   how   to   break   up   a   design   so   it   can be   sewn   using   this   technique.      You   will   be   provided   a   packet   of   designs.      They   start   out   simple   and gradually   become   more   difficult.      The   goal   of   this   design   portion   of   the   class   is   to   make   you   more comfortable designing your own wall hanging.  Santa Pooch is 26” x 18.” The    required    material    fee includes the pattern, all fabric for the top, including borders and binding, and all design supplies. Material Fee:  $51.00 Picture Piecing Supply List & description Cynthia England Lectures: Creating a Pictorial Quilt Sunday June 2, 2019, 10AM - 11AM About   the   Lecture:   In   this   entertaining   power   point   presentation   Cynthia   shows   the   process   of   creating   her   pictorial   quilts using   her   trademark   “picture-piecing”   technique.      Enlarging   the   design,   fabric   selection   and   organizational   methods   are discussed.   Why Quilts Win , A Private Winning Quilts Tour with Cynthia England      Sunday June 2, 2019, 1:30PM - 2:30PM About   the   Lecture:      Cynthia,   one   of   the   judges   at   this   show,   will   guide   participants   on   a   walk   around   the   show   floor, stopping   at   various   professionally   judged   quilts   with   ribbons   on   them.      Cynthia   will   critique   these   quilts   and   explain   what made them earn a prizewinning ribbon. A ntonia   Hering,   Hoorn,   Holland,    2019   QuiltFest   Lecturer,   2015   and   2017 QuiltFest Winner. European quilt shop owner becomes winner at several major USA quilt shows. About Antonia Hering:  https://www.facebook.com/antonia.hering.14 Started quilting in 2006 when she opened a quilt shop called Quilthuis Lieselotje. While   visiting   the   International   Quilt   Show   in   Houston   in   2010,   a   friend   convinced   her   to   consider entering the quilt she was working on, Dreamtime, into a competition.  Dreamtime    was   entered   into   several   shows   and   won   a   ribbon   in   each   show,   Houston   1st   place   2012,   AQS   Lancaster   1st   place 2014, AQS DeMoines 1st place 2014, AQS Albuquerque Best Hand Workmanship 2015. Antonia   won   Judge’s   Choice   at   Genesee   Valley   QuiltFest   2015   with   Dreamtime   and   won   Best   of   Show   at   Genesee   Valley QuiltFest 2017 with Proud Peacock . Antonia   (Tonny)   hand   appliques,   hand   embroiders   and   hand   quilts   her   quilts.      She   proudly   reports   that   every   one   of   the   quilts   she has entered in competitions has garnered some sort of prize. She is married to husband, Jaap, and has four grown children. Antonia Hering Lecture: Tales of a Dutch Quilter Friday May 31, 2019, 1PM - 2PM About   the   Lecture:      In   this   presentation   Antonia   Hering   will   talk   about   her   quilting   life   in   Holland   and   show   her   stunning   hand appliquéd, hand embroidered and hand quilted quilts. B arbara Korengold , Chevy Chase, MD, 2019 QuiltFest Lecturer With   a   grandfather   who   was   a   tailor   in   the   garment   industry   in   New   York   and   a   grandmother   who was an amazing knitter, Barbara likes to say that she has “needlework” in her genes. About Barbara Korengold: Learned   to   knit   and   sew   as   a   child,   took   up   needlepoint   as   a   young   wife   and mother.      Along   the   way   she   did   crewel,   embroidery   and   beading,   some garment   sewing,   and   a   lot   of   sewing   for   the   house.      When   she   began   making   quilts,   all   other   needle arts fell by the wayside. She   always   admired   Baltimore   album   quilts.      Encouraged   by   the   lessons   and   illustrations   in   one    of Elly Sienkiewicz’s books she gave applique a try.  The rest is history as she found her niche. Barbara’s   quilts   come   from   many   different   design   sources,   some   quilt   related,   and   others   not.      She uses   traditional   needle   turn   applique   technique   with   freezer   paper   on   the   top   that   serves   as   a   template and is removed prior to stitching.  She does her own hand quilting. Barbara’s   quilts   have   won   awards   at   IQA   Houston   2014,   AQS   Daytona   2016,   AQS   Lancaster   2016, AQS Paducah 2016, VQF 2016, and won Best of Show in Vermont in both 2017 and 2018. One   of   her   quilts   was   among   those   shown   in   the   New   England   Quilt   Museum’s   2017   exhibit,   “Guilding the Lily.” Barbara Korengold Lecture Trunk Show - “My Life in Quilts from Beginning to the Present” Saturday June 1, 1PM - 2PM About   the   lecture:   In   this   hour   long   presentation   Barbara   Korengold   will   show   many   of   her   award   winning   quilts   and   tell the stories about their creation. P aula    Nadelstern ,    New    York,    NY,    2019    QuiltFest    Judge    &    Workshop Teacher Paula’s    quilts    have    achieved    international    recognition    for    the    innovative    and    complex    designs inspired by the bilateral symmetry of kaleidoscopic images. About Paula Nadelstern:  www.paulanadelstern.com Honred by inclusion in the Twentieth Century’s 100 Best American Quilts . Her designs inspired products including the vast carpet in the Hilton Americas Hotel in Houston, TX. Designs   showcased   in   the   American   Folk   Art   Museum’s   first   one   person   exhibition   highlighting   the   work   of   a   contemporary   quilt artist.  2009 Numerous awards, including recipient of fellowships from New York Foundation for the Arts and The Bronx Council on the Arts. Author   of   Kaleidoscopes   &   Quilts ,   Snowflakes   &   Quilts ,   Puzzle   Quilts:   Simple   Blocks,   Complex   Fabric,    Paula   Nadelstern’s Kaleidoscope Workbook,  and FABRICADABRA: Simple Quilts, Complex Fabric. Designs textile prints exclusively for Benartex, Inc. Paula Nadelstern Workshops: Sunstar   - (Note: 1 ½ day class) Class Times: Thursday May 31, 2019, 1PM - 5PM (no sewing machines) Friday June 1, 2019, 9AM - 4PM (sewing machines needed) Workshop   Description:      In   this   1   ½   day   class   students   will   learn   all   the   unique   machine   piecing   and template   techniques   used   to   create   complex   kaleidoscopic   images   while   simultaneously   exploring   the virtues   of   bilaterally   symmetrical   fabric.      Students   will   learn   to   draft   perfect   angles   and   to   identify   and join   different   angles   together.      This   product   and   process   class   culminates   in   the   creation   of   a   unique and   fabulous   kaleidoscope   block.      Often   effects   more   wonderful   than   you   imagine   occur,   making   you both the one who makes the magic and the one who is surprised. Day 1:  No sewing machines, Day 2:  Sewing machines needed Sunstar Supply List & description Sixty Thirty   Saturday June 1, 2019, 9AM - 4PM Workshop   Description:      In   this   1   day   class   students   will   explore the   possibilities   offered   by   complex textiles   while   demystifying   the   nature   of   symmetry.      Students   will   learn   to   draft   perfect   angles   and sew   dissimilar   angles   together.     This   product   and   process   class   is   extremely   satisfying   and   engaging, culminating   in   the   creation   of   unique   and   fabulous   kaleidoscope   blocks.   Often   effects   more   wonderful than   you   imagine   occur,   making   you   both   the   one   who   makes   the   magic   and   the   one   who   is surprised. Sixty Thirty Supply List & description M aria   Shell ,   Anchorage,   Alaska,   2019   QuiltFest   Workshop   Teacher, Lecturer The   question   for   Maria   is   how   to   make   color   vibrate   on   the   wall.      Her   work   is   to   explore   how   color is capable of being dynamic, fickle, explosive, solemn, mysterious, and beautiful. About Maria Shell:  www.mariashell.com Her artwork is grounded in the craft of quiltmaking which took many years to acquire the skills of cutting, piecing and quilting. She uses vintage and contemporary commercial solid and print cotton fabrics, as well as hand dyed cotton fabrics. Textiles   are   cut   primarily   without   rulers,   stitched   into   a   two   dimensional   surface   creating   a   pieced   canvas   which   she   spends   hours quilting with her longarm quilting machine. Her interest has always been in pattern and how complex pattern can also create complex figure ground composition. In   2011   she   discovered   that   if   she   limited   a   particular   pattern   (in   this   case   a   grid)   by   manipulating   the   line,   color   and   shape,   she could produce dynamic results.  This freed her to more fully explore her love of color and how to make it vibrate from the wall. Maria has been juried into many exibitions and has received many awards and grants in the US and Alaska. Maria Shell Workshops: Kitchen Sink Quilting - The ART of Making Do Thursday, May 30, 2019, 9AM - 4PM Workshop   Description:      All   leftover   fabric,   UFO’S,   orphan   blocks,   and   random   strips   of   fabric   are   welcom e in this class. We’ll take those pieces of what not and make them into a fun improvisational masterpieces. The focus   of   this   workshop   is   on   bit   making   (creating   small   improvisation-ally   cut   and   pieced      traditional   quilt blocks) and composition Riffing on Tradition - Exploring Design Elements With Quilt Blocks Friday, May 31, 2019, 9 AM - 4 PM Workshop   Description:       Using   the   traditional   quilt   blo ck   as   a   foundation   for   our   art,   we   will   explore   new territory   in   making   contemporary   quilts.   Each   student   will   begin   by   selecting   a   favorite   quilt   block   pattern   to work   with.   From   there,   the   student   will   manipulate   that   block   by   blowing   it   up,   repeating   it,   distorting   it,   and   in the end creating a fabulous new composition. Maria Shell Lecture: Patchwork To Artwork - Journey of an Alaskan Quilt Maker Saturday June 1, 2019, 10 - 11:00 AM About   the   lecture:      Quilt Artist   Maria   Shell   will   share   her   work   from   her   very   first   stitches   to   her   most   recent   compositions along   with   some   fun   stories   about   trying   to   quilt   while   raising   three   boys   in   the   wild   lands   of   Alaska.   Maria’s   work   is grounded   in   the   the   tradition   of American   patchwork   while   also   connecting   to   both   the   modern   and   art   quilt   movements.   It   is a journey filled with laughter, dark Alaskan nights, and lots of stitching.
Sunstar - Paula Nadelstern England - Picture Piecing Workshop England - Small Landscape Workshop
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Shell - Kitchen Sink Quilting Shell - Riffing On Tradition Nadelstern - Sisty Thirty Barbara Korengold Print Show Planner Print Show Planner
2019 SHOW DATES
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ADDRESS Gordon Field House RIT Campus 1 Lomb Memorial Dr. Rochester , NY
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Genesee Valley QuiltFest - Genesee Valley Quilt Club 2018
Snow Days by Mandy Applebee 2017 Judged: Pieced Multiple, 2nd Place
Workshops & Lectures by Instructor
Eugenia Barnes, Marcellus, NY, 2019 QuiltFest Judge & Lecturer Eugenia is noted for her traditional and innovative piece work, for her ability to aid students with problem solving, her hand skills and designs, as well as her sense of humor.  About Eugenia Barnes: Has been a quilt maker since the early 1960’s. Founded the first quilt guild in central New York and has been involved in development of many other guilds. Appraiser certified by AQS, one of the first five certified nationally.  Served on the Certification Committee for eleven years helping to design the Code of Ethics, Policies and Procedures, Standard Form and taught the Appraiser Training Course.  She is often credited in technical books as a teacher and mentor and is recognized for her knowledge of techniques, design, special relationship, color, as well as the overall view of a quilt of any style. Listed in “Who’s Who In American Quilting.” National and international teacher, lecturer, and judge since 1978. Eugenia Barnes Lecture: A Quilter’s Perspective Friday May 31, 10AM - 11AM About the Lecture:  In this intriguing lecture Genie will talk about quilt makers, their various approaches and  opportunities as well as how quilters view each other’s quilts and their fellow quilters. Cynthia England, Dickinson, TX, 2019 Quilt Judge, Workshop Teacher, Lecturer Cynthia’s quilt, “Piece and Quiet,” was distinguished as one of the Hundred Best Quilts of the 20th Century. About Cynthia England www.englanddesign.com Graduate of the Art Institute of Houston Creating quilts for more than thirty years.  Experimentation with quilting techniques led her to develop her own style of “Picture Piecing.” Quilts honored with many awards, including three Best of Show at the prestigious International Quilt Association, Viewer’s Choice at American Quilter’s Society. National and international teacher and lecturer in USA, South Africa, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Canada, Australia, Spain and Mexico. Author of two books, Picture Piecing: Creating Dramatic Pictoral Quilts (2002), and Picture Piecing Traditional Quilts  (2013). Designer and owner of England Design Studios which is a publishing/pattern company specializing in the “Picture Piecing” technique.  She has over 50 patterns that use this technique. Cynthia England Workshops: Small Landscape   Friday May 31, 9AM - 4PM Workshop Description: Smokey Mountains or Tranquil Lake (select one).  Required material fee includes pattern and fabric for top, complete with borders and binding. Material Fee: $37.00 Small Landscape Supply List & description Picture Piecing - Creating realistic pieced pictures.  Saturday June 1, 2019, 9AM - 4PM Workshop Description:  The workshop is a two part class.  First half of the day will be dedicated to learning the sewing technique.  In the afternoon we will be learning how to break up a design so it can be sewn using this technique.  You will be provided a packet of designs.  They start out simple and gradually become more difficult.  The goal of this design portion of the class is to make you more comfortable designing your own wall hanging.  Santa Pooch is 26” x 18.” The required material fee includes the pattern, all fabric for the top, including borders and binding, and all design supplies. Material Fee: $51.00 Picture Piecing Supply List & description Cynthia England Lectures: Creating a Pictorial Quilt Sunday June 2, 2019, 10AM - 11AM About the Lecture: In this entertaining power point presentation Cynthia shows the process of creating her pictorial quilts using her trademark “picture-piecing” technique.  Enlarging the design, fabric selection and organizational methods are discussed.   Why Quilts Win, A Private Winning Quilts Tour with Cynthia England      Sunday June 2, 2019, 1:30PM - 2:30PM About the Lecture:  Cynthia, one of the judges at this show, will guide participants on a walk around the show floor, stopping at various professionally judged quilts with ribbons on them.  Cynthia will critique these quilts and explain what made them earn a prizewinning ribbon. Antonia Hering, Hoorn, Holland,  2019 QuiltFest Lecturer, 2015 and 2017 QuiltFest Winner. European quilt shop owner becomes winner at several major USA quilt shows. About Antonia Hering:  https://www.facebook.com/antonia.hering .14 Started quilting in 2006 when she opened a quilt shop called Quilthuis Lieselotje. While visiting the International Quilt Show in Houston in 2010, a friend convinced her to consider entering the quilt she was working on, Dreamtime, into a competition.  Dreamtime was entered into several shows and won a ribbon in each show, Houston 1st place 2012, AQS Lancaster 1st place 2014, AQS DeMoines 1st place 2014, AQS Albuquerque Best Hand Workmanship 2015. Antonia won Judge’s Choice at Genesee Valley QuiltFest 2015 with Dreamtime and won Best of Show at Genesee Valley QuiltFest 2017 with Proud Peacock. Antonia (Tonny) hand appliques, hand embroiders and hand quilts her quilts.  She proudly reports that every one of the quilts she has entered in competitions has garnered some sort of prize. She is married to husband, Jaap, and has four grown children. Antonia Hering Lecture: Tales of a Dutch Quilter Friday May 31, 2019, 1PM - 2PM About the Lecture:  In this presentation Antonia Hering will talk about her quilting life in Holland and show her stunning hand appliquéd, hand embroidered and hand quilted quilts. Barbara Korengold, Chevy Chase, MD, 2019 QuiltFest Lecturer With a grandfather who was a tailor in the garment industry in New York and a grandmother who was an amazing knitter, Barbara likes to say that she has “needlework” in her genes. About Barbara Korengold: Learned to knit and sew as a child, took up needlepoint as a young wife and mother.  Along the way she did crewel, embroidery and beading, some garment sewing, and a lot of sewing for the house.  When she began making quilts, all other needle arts fell by the wayside. She always admired Baltimore album quilts.  Encouraged by the lessons and illustrations in one  of Elly Sienkiewicz’s books she gave applique a try.  The rest is history as she found her niche. Barbara’s quilts come from many different design sources, some quilt related, and others not.  She uses traditional needle turn applique technique with freezer paper on the top that serves as a template and is removed prior to stitching.  She does her own hand quilting. Barbara’s quilts have won awards at IQA Houston 2014, AQS Daytona 2016, AQS Lancaster 2016, AQS Paducah 2016, VQF 2016, and won Best of Show in Vermont in both 2017 and 2018. One of her quilts was among those shown in the New England Quilt Museum’s 2017 exhibit, “Guilding the Lily.” Barbara Korengold Lecture Trunk Show - “My Life in Quilts from Beginning to the Present” Saturday June 1, 1PM - 2PM About the lecture: In this hour long presentation Barbara Korengold will show many of her award winning quilts and tell the stories about their creation. Paula Nadelstern, New York, NY, 2019 QuiltFest Judge & Workshop Teacher Paula’s quilts have achieved international recognition for the innovative and complex designs inspired by the bilateral symmetry of kaleidoscopic images. About Paula Nadelstern:  www.paulanadelstern.com Honred by inclusion in the Twentieth Century’s 100 Best American Quilts. Her designs inspired products including the vast carpet in the Hilton Americas Hotel in Houston, TX. Designs showcased in the American Folk Art Museum’s first one person exhibition highlighting the work of a contemporary quilt artist.  2009 Numerous awards, including recipient of fellowships from New York Foundation for the Arts and The Bronx Council on the Arts. Author of Kaleidoscopes & Quilts, Snowflakes & Quilts, Puzzle Quilts: Simple Blocks, Complex Fabric, Paula Nadelstern’s Kaleidoscope Workbook, and FABRICADABRA: Simple Quilts, Complex Fabric. Designs textile prints exclusively for Benartex, Inc. Paula Nadelstern Workshops: Sunstar - (Note: 1 ½ day class) Class Times: Thursday May 31, 2019, 1PM - 5PM (no sewing machines) Friday June 1, 2019, 9AM - 4PM (sewing machines needed) Workshop Description:  In this 1 ½ day class students will learn all the unique machine piecing and template techniques used to create complex kaleidoscopic images while simultaneously exploring the virtues of bilaterally symmetrical fabric.  Students will learn to draft perfect angles and to identify and join different angles together.  This product and process class culminates in the creation of a unique and fabulous kaleidoscope block.  Often effects more wonderful than you imagine occur, making you both the one who makes the magic and the one who is surprised. Day 1:  No sewing machines, Day 2:  Sewing machines needed Sunstar Supply List & description Sixty Thirty   Saturday June 1, 2019, 9AM - 4PM Workshop Description:  In this 1 day class students will explore the possibilities offered by complex textiles while demystifying the nature of symmetry.  Students will learn to draft perfect angles and sew dissimilar angles together.  This product and process class is extremely satisfying and engaging, culminating in the creation of unique and fabulous kaleidoscope blocks. Often effects more wonderful than you imagine occur, making you both the one who makes the magic and the one who is surprised. Sixty Thirty Supply List & description Maria Shell, Anchorage, Alaska, 2019 QuiltFest Workshop Teacher, Lecturer The question for Maria is how to make color vibrate on the wall.  Her work is to explore how color is capable of being dynamic, fickle, explosive, solemn, mysterious, and beautiful. About Maria Shell:  www.mariashell.com Her artwork is grounded in the craft of quiltmaking which took many years to acquire the skills of cutting, piecing and quilting. She uses vintage and contemporary commercial solid and print cotton fabrics, as well as hand dyed cotton fabrics. Textiles are cut primarily without rulers, stitched into a two dimensional surface creating a pieced canvas which she spends hours quilting with her longarm quilting machine. Her interest has always been in pattern and how complex pattern can also create complex figure ground composition. In 2011 she discovered that if she limited a particular pattern (in this case a grid) by manipulating the line, color and shape, she could produce dynamic results.  This freed her to more fully explore her love of color and how to make it vibrate from the wall. Maria has been juried into many exibitions and has received many awards and grants in the US and Alaska. Maria Shell Workshops: Kitchen Sink Quilting - The ART of Making Do Thursday, May 30, 2019, 9AM - 4PM Workshop Description:  All leftover fabric, UFO’S, orphan blocks, and random strips of fabric are welcome in this class. We’ll take those pieces of what not and make them into a fun improvisational masterpieces. The focus of this workshop is on bit making (creating small improvisation-ally cut and pieced  traditional quilt blocks) and composition Riffing on Tradition - Exploring Design Elements With Quilt Blocks Friday, May 31, 2019, 9 AM - 4 PM Workshop Description:  Using the traditional quilt block as a foundation for our art, we will explore new territory in making contemporary quilts. Each student will begin by selecting a favorite quilt block pattern to work with. From there, the student will manipulate that block by blowing it up, repeating it, distorting it, and in the end creating a fabulous new composition. Maria Shell Lecture: Patchwork To Artwork - Journey of an Alaskan Quilt Maker Saturday June 1, 2019, 10 - 11:00 AM About the lecture:  Quilt Artist Maria Shell will share her work from her very first stitches to her most recent compositions along with some fun stories about trying to quilt while raising three boys in the wild lands of Alaska. Maria’s work is grounded in the the tradition of American patchwork while also connecting to both the modern and art quilt movements. It is a journey filled with laughter, dark Alaskan nights, and lots of stitching.
Sunstar - Paula Nadelstern England - Picture Piecing Workshop England - Small Landscape Workshop Shell - Kitchen Sink Quilting Shell - Riffing On Tradition Nadelstern - Sisty Thirty Print Show Planner Print Show Planner
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