Upcoming Classes and Workshops for all skill levels.
Class Cancellation Policy
As of August 2018, the minimum number of quilters per workshop is 10. If less than 10 quilters sign up and pay for a workshop 30 days in advance of the workshop date, then the workshop will be cancelled and quilters will be reimbursed 100% of fees paid.
If a quilter signs up, but then is unable to attend, the quilter must cancel before the 30-day deadline. Beyond 30 days, WMQG is unable to reimburse fees paid. Reimbursement beyond the 30-day deadline will only be given in special circumstances at the Program Committee’s discretion.
Award-winning quilter, Kari Schell is a pattern designer and Electric Quilt expert. She loves assisting other quilters draft the quilts of their dreams using Electric Quilt software. Her online training has made learning how to unleash the power of Electric Quilt accessible to all owners of EQ7 and EQ8. Her wildly popular Easy Peasy technique provides a combination of 10 minute video lessons and written instructions to address your learning style and make using Electric Quilt a joyful experience.
Visit Kari’s website onpointquilter.com
Sue is a quilter, fabric dyer, teacher, vendor, and a quilt judge. She experimented with various techniques and styles of quilt making over the years. On her third or fourth quilt, she started going her own way and altering designs and patterns. She wanted her quilts to be unique. Thus, she began changing the colors, dyeing her own fabric, and using different borders and settings.
Sue lives in West Michigan, where she vends, judges, teaches, and lectures for quilt shows and guilds in the region. She is a member of the West Michigan Quilt Guild, National Association of Certified Quilt Judges, American Quilter’s Society, Surface Design Association, and International Machine Quilter’s Association, Studio Art Quilt Association.
Visit Sue’s website selcfabrics.com