It’s been a minute since I updated you all on my current teaching schedule. All I can say is that I’m thrilled to be out there among quilters again. It really fulfills me. I had a fabulous time teaching at QuiltCon earlier in February and I have an amazing line up of events coming over the next year or so.
I tried the online teaching thing and didn’t love it. There’s a huge difference between releasing pre-recorded, highly edited videos on Craftsy or YouTube and conducting a live online class, so for now I’ll stick to in person teaching as much as possible. Don’t worry – there’s still plenty of free YouTube content coming, but these are more of a tutorial format than an interactive quilting class.
So, with all of that said, I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be the featured quilter at the upcoming Quilt Show for the Brazos Blue Bonnet Guild June 17-18, 2022. See details in the image below
Basically this means I get to hang out at the quilt show the entire time and give a couple of presentations. This is a new type of event for me and I’m looking forward to it. I can’t think of anything more fun than chatting with quilters all weekend. I’m pretty much an open book, so if you are planning to attend, be sure to stop by and shoot the breeze. The “hang out” time will be unscripted and fun!
The next event on the agenda is a lecture and workshop for the League of Northern Colorado quilters on August 1. If you are nearby, you can contact the group directly for signup info. After that, I’ll be heading over to Always in Stitches Quilt Shop in Noblesville, Indiana October 6-8. I believe the shop will be promoting signups soon so stay tuned.
I love teaching machine quilting and meeting so many lovely quilters in person!
And finally, here’s a super secret sneak peek announcement: I just got the unofficial word that I’ve been selected to teach at The International Quilt Festival in Houston, Texas this fall. I’m really pleased because I was very disappointed last year when I had to cancel last minute due to some family illness. Knock on wood things are looking much better this year! I’ll have more details for you all as soon as the official announcement has been made. But the dates of the event will be November 3-6, 2022.
I’m booking more events into 2023 and you can keep track of my complete travel schedule here. I keep it updated on a regular basis so that I know where I’m supposed to be, and when! Be sure to leave me a comment if you plan to attend one of my events. I love putting a name together with a face when I travel. Meeting fun quilty friends in person is the best!!