It seems summer is just around the corner, and we will soon be winding down the workshops for the summer.
We received lots of positive feedback from those attending the Mola Workshop. Our instructor, Shirley Prakke, is a lovely lady, who provided great instruction, and lots of encouragement, along with very interesting information about the natives of Panama whom Mola originates from.
Excitement is building for our next workshop, Twisted Bargello. Hopefully those enrolled are well on their way with choosing and preparing their fabrics, as this two day workshop is quickly approaching! We still have room, so if you know anyone who might be interested please have them contact the Workshop Committee.
There are three more sessions of the Canadiana in Cloth series, which winds up in June. It is so interesting to see each quilter’s interpretation of the material, and the colors and fabrics each is working in!
We have space left in the Shattered Angles workshop scheduled for May 23rd. Susan Purney Mark, the instructor, has kindly extended the deadline for finalizing this workshop. Registration is therefore still open, and we will be available at the April meeting for sign up, or you can contact me. We are also welcoming participants from outside the Guild. If we don’t get sufficient registration, we may have to cancel or postpone.