January 12—Amy Friend (Zoom)
An Introduction to the Modern Quilting AestheticThis approximately one hour long trunk show will include a discussion of my personal sewing history and evolution and how it fits into the modern quilting movement. By showing samples of my own work, I will introduce quilters to the characteristics of modern quilting as defined by the Modern Quilt Guild so that they get a better understanding of what modern quilting is all about!https://duringquiettime.com/teaching-and-lectures


February 9—Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill (Zoom)
Aurifilosophy
From the thread makers of Aurifil… a program designed to unlock the mystery of thread, educate the masses, and help all users achieve brilliant results! Sheri, a certified Aurifilospher, will present a fun and informative presentation and trunk show of her award-winning quilts that will increase your knowledge of thread, tools, uses, and tips. Exclusive Aurifil resources and swag for attendees included!https://www.wholecirclestudio.com/?page_id=63


March 9—Gloria
Bargello quilting with workshops on Saturdays March 11 and 25


April 13—Janette Dwyer 
“Bargain Quilts and the Quilt Buy of the Century” program Friday April 14 Appraisals—registration needed.


May 11— Special Project? Guild led mtg?


June 8— Catherine Redford 
Trip Around the World in Folk Art Stitches A humorous, educational and interactive lecture including a game with prizes! I’ll take you on a trip around the globe with the quilts from my exhibit that debuted in April 2017 at International Quilt Festival in Chicago and was at Houston in October that year. Learn how I found my inspiration, the stitches I used and the finishing techniques I employed. https://catherineredford.com/classes-lectures/


July 13—Picnic


August 10—Physllis Fay
One of the following: Introduction to the Fundamental Studio 180 Design Tools Learn how to improve the precision of making basic units for any pattern by using the Studio 180 Design tools. The concept is to make the basic unit slightly oversized so that you can trim it to the exact measurements you need without losing any points. You will want to use these techniques on any pattern you purchase. As you progress into the advanced tools, you will quickly find yourself designing your own blocks. Help your members improve their piecing. 
Introduction to the Rapid Fire Studio 180s Design Tool Learn how easy it is to make traditionally difficult blocks such as the Hunter’s Star, Lemoyne Star, or other blocks using 60° angles when you use the Rapid Fire tools from Studio 180 Design. You will amaze yourself with the easy and accuracy you can get when you use these tools. Phyllis will show you many of the possibilities you have with each tool and inspire you to dip your toes in the world of angles.http://pfayquilts.com/


September 14—Guild led meeting/special projects

October 12 (CHANGE TO FRIDAY OCT 13 with workshop on Saturday)
Laura Strickland—Collage Quilts https://orangeblossomquilt.com/

November 9—Special project/ QOV??? 
December—Christmas part

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