Opening Reception of the Quint-Essentially Quilted quilt show. January 18, Sunday, 2- 5pm. South Fellowship, 6560 South Broadway, Littleton. An in-depth look at hand-guided quilting by three longarmers, quilting professionally since 1997. Homemade cookies will be served. There is free parking and no fee. This show will be up for the January 24 CQC meeting.
December 6, 2014
Indian Tree Golf Course
7555 Wadsworth Blvd.
Please Note: This meeting starts 1/2 hour earlier!
Registration begins at 9:00 and meeting begins at 9:30
An Artist’s Journey
Take a lighthearted journey with Valerie, an award-winning mixed media textile artist. Join her as she shares the unexpected path to life as an artist. Laugh along as she organizes family, work and her artist endeavors into what becomes her life’s passion. A retired Art educator from the District of Columbia Public Schools in Washington, DC, she continues to share her passion for textiles, teaching and presenting lectures. Check out Valerie’s web site at www.valeriecwhite.com then come to the meeting to see her works in person. Meetings start at 10AM and the speaker starts around 11AM. Guest fees are $10. per meeting.
There will be a holiday lunch after the meeting. Advance reservations required before Nov 26. $17. For details or to register, contact Martha at email@example.com or 719-538-8120
84″ x 84″
Designed, made and quilted by Cyndi McChesney. Inspired by Ricky Tims’ Kool Kaleidoscope technique.
Members: Please remember to pick up your tickets at the February meeting.
Additional Tickets can be purchased by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Announcing the line up for 2015! Another exciting year with great speakers!
- January 24 – Cathy Miller, Littleton www.singingquilter.com
- February 28 – Donna Thomas, Boulder donnalynnthomas.blogspot.com
- March 28 – Nancy Eha, Fort Collins www.beadcreative.com
- April 25 – Vikki Pignatelli, Colorado Springs www.vikkipignatelli.com
- May 16 – Tim Latimer/Sandy Lueth, Ft. Morgan www.timquilts.com
- June 27 – David Taylor, Alamosa www.davidtaylorquilts.com
- July 25 – Anelie Belden, Parker www.anelie.com
- August 22 – Cyndi McChesney, Hotchkiss www.cedarridgequilting.com
- September 25 & 26 – Quilt-A-Fair in Longmont at Boulder County Fairgrounds
- October 24 – Wendy Mathson, Pueblo West www.quiltsbywendy.com
- December 5 – Jacquie Gering, Front Range area tallgrassprairiestudio.blogspot.com
CQC travels around the state. If your guild or shop would like to host a meeting or workshop, let me know. (Barb at CQC.Publicity@Gmail.com).
The Colorado Quilting Council invites you to their meetings. Meeting start at 10 AM and the speaker starts at 11 AM. Guest fees are $10. per meeting. Dues for 2015 are only $25. Fill out the membership form on line or at a meeting to receive the newsletter and free admission to meetings, access to the library, reduced class fees, etc.
See the entire 2014 CQC schedule, maps, membership forms, class registration and other details at www.ColoradoQuiltCouncil.com.
October 25, 2014
Registration begins at
9:30 and meeting
begins at 10:00
The First United
420 North Nevada Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO
How Did I Get Here From There?
Lecture by Carol Ann Waugh
From a career in publishing to full time studio fiber artist, Carol will talk about her 9-year journey and share some lessons learned from moving from a left brain to right brain life. Besides showing the progression of her work from traditional to art quilts, Carol will also talk about being professional artist and gallery owner and will share some lessons learned that can help you achieve your own short and long term artistic goals.
Carol’s fiber art has been juried and invited into more than 50 national and international exhibitions during the past 5 years. She is the author of five books on quilt-making and fiber art. Her newest one, Stupendous Stitching, was published in the Spring of 2012 and is now in its third printing.
Her art has been featured in many books and magazines including 500 Art Quilts, 1,000 Artisan Textiles, American Quilter, Quilter’s Newsletter, SAQA Journal, Artscape Magazine, Quilting Arts, SAQA Journal, Machine Quilting Unlimited, Fiber Art Now, and Studios Magazine. She has appeared as the featured artist on The Quilt Show, PBS’s Quilting Arts, Quilter’s Newsletter TV and QNNtv.
Her work has been purchased by major hospitals, hotels, corporations and individual collectors. She recently completed a large public art commission the City of Denver.
In addition she teaches her Stupendous Stitching, Stitch & Slash, and Self Portraits classes online at Craftsy.com where more than 30,000 students from more than 150 countries worldwide are learning her techniques.
Carol has just moved her working studio and opened up a new Contemporary Art Gallery (aBuzz Gallery) in the RiNo Art district of Denver.
Join the fun at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 as the Longmont Quilt Guild welcomes Scott Flanagan for a trunk show depicting his quilting journey. A Longmont native, Scott grew up in a family of crafters and woodworkers. His love of quilting began when he and his grandmother would spend hours at the sewing machine, piecing fabric together for quilts for the Lutheran World Relief Program. Scott has now made over 300 quilts, many of which are his own designs. When asked what his favorite part of quilting is, his response is “All of it—from designing to cutting, piecing, quilting and binding.”
Scott is the Creative Center Coordinator at the Country Traditions Quilt Shop in Fremont, Nebraska; he also teaches machine techniques and quilting classes. He has won awards for his quilts at the Pfaff International Convention and the Prairie Piecemakers Quilt Show. Scott started his own pattern company, 4th and Main Designs, and also creates two or three block-of-the-month designs each year. Some of his exclusive patterns will be available for purchase at the meeting.
The Longmont Quilt Guild meets the second Tuesday of each month, 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, the corner of Third Avenue and Terry Street in Longmont, CO. Meetings are free to LQG members; there is a $5 guest fee for non-members. For more information, visit www.longmontquiltguild.org.
September 23, 2014
Also brought to you by the Longmont Quilt Guild:
The Biggest Little Quilt Show in Northern Colorado, featuring the quilters of Boulder, Larimer, Weld and Surrounding Counties.
- Friday, October 17, 5:00-8:00 p.m. ; Saturday, October 18, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Barn A, Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Rd, Longmont.
- Presentingover 100 quilts made by Guild members; a Boutique of quilted items for sale, the award-winning quilt collection of Ruth M. Chestnut, described by historian Jeananne Wright, Vendor Gallery, and exhibits highlighting the Guild’s Outreach activities. Celebrity judges and Viewer’s Choice voting.
- Admission is $5 for the Quilt Show (visit http://lqgquiltshow.org for a reduced admission coupon); children under 12 years old are free. There is no charge to shop at the Boutique.
New information has been posted for the 2014 Quilt-A-Fair. Mark your calendar for September 26 & 27, 2014. Click the link below for the flyer. Vendor information is also available. Click on the SPECIAL EXPERIENCES menu above and go to the Quilt-A-Fair page.
Images for 2014 Quilt-A-Fair