Program & Workshops

Program at a Glance 2018-2019

We are very pleased to welcome the following speakers to present our monthly meetings in the upcoming (2018-19) program year.

As we head into our Festival of Quilts Quilt Show year, our intention is to spark your creativity and get you working on a masterpiece (or two) to enter in the show!

September 2018 – AGM (no speaker)

October 2018The Creative Constant, Sharon Blackmore (Love Shack Quilts)
Does your busy schedule get in the way of your creative pursuits? Learn how to make more hours in the day magically appear by changing the way you view time.

Sharon will show you how to become, and more importantly stay, creatively engaged so you can spend less time juggling and more time creating.
You will gain several new ideas for manipulating time, making you a more efficient and productive quilter. Whether quilting is your hobby or your career, you will benefit greatly from these tips from a very busy quilter, herself.

November 2018 – To Judge or Not To Judge, Joyce Brown and Judy Villett
Are you interested in just what those judges actually do to when judging a quilt show? Are you intimidated by the process? Joyce and Judy are certified judges with CQA and have developed the program over the years. Their presentation will explain and demonstrate judging procedures, demystify the judging process and hopefully, encourage you to participate in a judged competition - yes, it can be a
positive learning experience!

November 2018 – Workshop (date TBA) - What Was the Judge Thinking? Module 1 of the CQA/ACC Quilt Judge Certification Program
This presentation will follow up with a 1-day workshop – What Was the Judge Thinking?, which is also Module 1 of the CQA/ACC Quilt Judge Certification Program.

This seminar would be of interest to anyone thinking about entering a judged quilt show, organizing a show, or becoming a quilt judge. It is a stand-alone workshop for those wanting a basic understanding of judging. As it is also Module 1 of the CQA/ACC Quilt Judge Certification Program, it will be credited as such if registrants wish to continue in the program. The QJCP is growing, with a strong base of certified judges and apprentices. It is an internationally recognized certification that already includes judges from Canada and the USA.

December 2018 – no meeting

January 2019 – Inspiration at Autumn Rock- My Week with Ricky Tims – Corey Ralph
As the 2017 Ponnie Brinkman Scholarship recipient, Corey Ralph participated in the exclusive 5 day retreat in La Veta, Colorado with Ricky Tims. Corey is a new quilter and has learned so much in his first few years. This retreat experience with one of the industry’s foremost quilters has given Corey a jump- start on his magnificent Rhapsody Quilt. Enjoy Corey’s presentation as he tells you all about his Colorado experience.

February 2019 – An Evening with Ricky Tims
We are absolutely thrilled and excited to welcome Ricky Tims as our featured presenter this year. Ricky will thoroughly entertain us with stories of his quilting journey as well as his music! Not only a talented quilter and musician, Ricky is a motivational speaker and will have your creative juices flowing!

February 20-21, 2018 – Quilt Luminarium with Ricky Tims
This comprehensive quilt symposium demystifies seemingly complex concepts, teaches mastery of unique technique, and harnesses the power of the ever-elusive muse of creativity. This two-day event is absolutely not to be missed for any quilter – of any skill level. Ricky will provide a course syllabus, detailing the techniques and methods presented in his lecture-style presentation.

Tickets are available for guild members at general meetings or by contacting Corey Ralph at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
($125 both days/$75 single day).

Please note: Non-Guild members can purchase single day tickets through TicketMaster.ca or purchase the two day pass by calling the Festival Place Box Office 780.449.3378 ($150 both days/$100 single day).

March 2018 – Vintage Quilt Restoration – Wanda Cracknell
Wanda has been working at restoring an old-family treasure for a family friend and has documented the entire process. Not only has Wanda painstakingly restored this quilt to its full beauty, but she has researched and investigated the history of it. Join Wanda for this incredible journey of an important quilt project.

April 2018 – My Workshop with Sue Spargo - Elinor Burwash
Elinor was the recipient of the 2018-19 Education Guild Grant and with that award, she attended the Sue Spargo workshop in Calgary in September 2018. Sue Spargo is an award winning “slow-stitcher”, creating beautiful works of art using embroidery stitches, embellishments and hand applique. Elinor has a wealth of experience of her own and has added to her skillset with this experience.

May 2018 – World Wide Whispers – Kim Caskey
Did you ever play that child’s birthday party game of whispering a sentence into the ear of a friend… and then continuing around the circle, only to end with a completely different sentence from the start? Imagine that concept, but with quilts. Kim is the team leader for Team Canada’s WWW18 Project and has incredible collection of 13 unique and magnificent quilts to share. You simply won’t believe the transition these pieces made from the original photograph.


 

 

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