2018/19 Speakers
January 24, 2019Kathy McNeil
April 25, 2019 Laura Fogg
July 25, 2019 Heather Black
September 26, 2019 Karen Combs


Workshop Policy:
Our workshops are open only to members until 20 days prior to our scheduled meetings. At that time, if space is available, non-members may sign up for the workshops.
There are a few housekeeping items to review about registering for classes. The class registration forms can be found in the newsletter and below. Class Registration Reminders:
  • Fill out the form completely and legibly.
  • Include your email address if you have one as this is the primary way supply lists and other class information is delivered.
  • Include the ENTIRE form with your check so that it is clear which class you are signing up for.
  • Include your check with the registration form. You are not registered for a class until payment is received. Spaces will not be held without payment.


To register for a workshop, click here to download PDF form, complete and mail to Paula.


For further information contact Paula:
firstvp@wsqspokane.org.

Speakers & Workshops    
Laura Fogg Is Our April Speaker


PLEASE NOTE: LAURA'S WORKSHOP HAS 2 OPENINGS! FIRST 2 PEOPLE TO CONTACT PAULA WILL BE ADDED TO THE CLASS ROSTER!

Laura will be instructing a 2 DAY Class on Landscape Collage. This 2 DAY Class will be Friday and Saturday, 4/26 and 4/27, from 9am-4pm.

Expect this to be a fun, creative, beginner-friendly, out-of-the-box class. You do not need to have any quilting skills besides basic knowledge of how to do freehand machine quilting on your home sewing machine, nor do you need to be a recognized artist. You will discover the “artist within” as you play with the fabrics of your choice to create a small (about 2’ by 3’) collage wall quilt. Subject matter can be a landscape, a still life, or even a fantasy scene… whatever moves you to want to create it in fabric. You will start with a photo of your chosen scene for inspiration and beyond that your own imagination is the limit. (One caution though… for beginners it is smart to avoid subjects that include complicated architecture such as houses or bridges. You will get frustrated trying to get the perspective and details “right.” It will be more fun to stick to nature scenes, where nothing you do can possibly be “wrong.”)

Basic technique is raw-edge fabric collage, where cut or torn pieces of fabric (and/or other materials) are layered and freely arranged to create as much or as little detail in your piece as you see fit. Nothing is pinned or sewn until you are happy with your design, so the stakes are low and the composition can be changed infinitely. There are no patterns, no directions, and no rules.

Laura Fogg, Instructor



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Kathy McNeil is our Speaker in January 
Becky Goldsmith is September's Speaker 
 
 
 
Speakers - Previous
Becky Goldsmith is September's Speaker
Kimberly Einmo July 2018
Meg Hawkey April 2018
January speaker is Karen Shoepflin Hagen
Lynn Koolish
Nancy Prince Is Our September Speaker
Karla Alexander Is Our Speaker In April



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