- Membership renewals are now due.
- Renew at the membership table at the guild meeting, or online.
- Raffle tickets for the 2019 donation quilt can be purchased at the same time.
In March, Martha Wolf speaks on “Done is Better Than Perfect.”
Martha Wolf is a local quilter who resides in McKinney, Texas. She is the author of Pinwheel Productions, an online quilting blog, and has been an avid quilter for over 25 years. During the March meeting, she will present her lecture, Done is Better Than Perfect: A light hearted look at the UFO’s that we all have and some creative ways to get those out of the closet and on their way to completion.
In April, Sue Nickels speaks on “Machine Quilting for Today’s Quilts”
Friend, author, teacher, award-winner, judge, quilter extraordinaire. These are just a few words that describe our April lecturer and workshop guest, Sue Nickels.
Sue has been quilting for 36 years, starting by hand, and gradually focusing on machine work. Sue has been teaching machine techniques for the past 26 years, teaching and lecturing nationally for shops, guilds, and major conferences, including AQS, IQA, and the Mancuso Quiltfests. She has also taught internationally in England, Norway, Australia, New Zealand, and Spain. Sue’s priority in the workshops she teaches is to provide a relaxed environment for students to learn timesaving machine techniques. Sue emphasizes the best quality workmanship, never compromising quality for speed!
Join us at QGOA in April, 2019, to learn more about “machine quilting for today’s quilts” and a “basic stitch raw edge machine applique” workshop.
The Quilters’ Guild of Arlington was established in 1984 to:
- preserve and encourage the art of quilting,
- provide instruction for Guild members,
- educate the public,
- and to promote a gathering of people with this common interest.
We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization and do many activities to further the interest in Quilting.
We meet on the second Tuesday of each month.
Bob Duncan Community Center
in Vandergriff Park
2800 South Center Street, Arlington, TX
(between Arbrook and Arkansas Lane)