My Traveling and Teaching Schedule

Please email me at Christa@christaquilts.com if you are interested in having me lecture or teach at your upcoming event. I’d love to come visit!

If an event is listed as “Pending” that means I’m still waiting on a contract and/or deposit. Please contact me to get on a waiting list for that spot in case it falls through.

Click here for pictures and descriptions of available workshops, lectures and pricing.

2019

  • May 16-19: Spring Quilt Market – New Fabric Release
    Friday 8AM Business Seminar, “Sew”lebrity Culture – Make it Work for You!
  • June 10-13 : BERNINA University in Jacksonville, FL
  • July 25-26: Quilt Guild of Northwest Arkansas. Lecture and Workshop
  • August 7-10: Dave’s BERNINA in Provo and St. George
    Wednesday: Walking Foot Quilting in Provo
    Thursday: Free Motion Quilting in Provo
    Friday: Walking Foot Quilting in St. George
    Saturday: Free Motion Quilting in St. George
  • September 19-21: Snow Country Quilt Guild, Remsen NY (Near Syracuse)
    Thursday, 6:30 PM Trunk Show
    Friday, 9-4 Walking Foot Wonders
    Saturday, 9-4 Free Motion Favorites
  • October 3-5: Aurora Sewing Center in New York (Near Buffalo)
    How Do I Quilt It Lecture/Trunk Show/Meet’n Greet
    Thursday: 10-1, 2-5, 6-9
    Friday: 10-2, 1-5, 6-9
    Saturday All Day – Walking Foot Wonders & Free Motion Favorites Hands on Class
  • October 25-28: Fall Quilt Market – New Fabric Release
    Sunday, 2:30 PM Threads of Success Seminar, “Make it Easy for them to Say Yes!”

2020

  • January 21-23: Dallas MQG
    Thursday: Trunk Show of Modern Quilts 7 PM
    Friday: Walking Foot Wonders
    Saturday: Free-Motion Favorites
  • February 6-8: Hands All Around Quilt Guild in Bloomington, IL
    Thursday: How Do I Quilt It?
    Friday: Walking Foot Wonders
    Saturday: Free-Motion Favorites
  • March: RahRah’s Fabrics and Quilting in Lubbock, TX
    TBA: Trunk Show & 2 Workshops (pending)
  • April 7-8: Mississippi Valley Quilter’s Guild
    Tuesday 1 PM Lecture/Trunk Show TBA
    Tuesday 7 PM Lecture/Trunk Show TBA
    Wednesday 9-3:30 Workshop TBA
  • April 14-18: MQX Quilt Show in Manchester, NH (pending)
    Workshops and Lecture TBA
  • May – Spring Quilt Market
  • June 11-13: Minnesota Quilt Show in St. Cloud (pending)
    Workshops and Lecture TBA
  • July-August unavailable due to family obligations
  • October – PIQF Pacific International Quilt Festival, CA (pending)
  • October – Fall Quilt Market

2021

      • April 28-30: Sauder Village Quilt Show in Archbold, OH
        Wednesday 8:30-3 Workshop TBA
        Wednesday 5-6:30 Lecture/Trunk Show TBA
        Thursday 8:30-3 Workshop TBA
        Friday 30 min Schoolhouse TBA

25 thoughts on “My Traveling and Teaching Schedule

  1. Kim from Calgary says:

    Hi Christa – I’m going to be in Las Vegas Sept 14-20 and thought I saw that you were giving a lecture on the 15th somewhere, but I can’t seem to find it? Was I dreaming?

  2. stephanie says:

    In addition to Quilt Market, Are you also going to be teaching any classes at the International Quilt Festival in Houston this year? I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to take your class and get comfortable with free motion and walking foot quilting

  3. Debi Jimenez (Bielawski) says:

    Christa, are you going to be making any plans to do a class for Craftsy. Two suggested top is to started..
    1..Free Motion and Home Machine Quilting
    2. Designing a Modern Quilt.
    Let me know I be first in line to sign up!

  4. Carolyn says:

    Christa, I have been asked to start quilting classes in our small town here in South Africa. Do you have some info for me as to how to go about this and what you would recommend to start off with eg do you actually sew and get the students to watch or do you recommend that they all bring their sewing machines to the class? Any advice you could give me would be such a help. Many thanks.

    • Christa says:

      Congrats – that’s wonderful! I do a combination of lectures and hands on demonstrations with the students actually sewing in class, so yes they do bring their machines. However, I know a friend of mine who just lectures and demos and has the students sew on their own time – so you could actually do it either way. I usually follow an outline and include a pattern or some class notes for them to follow along and include plenty of time for questions.

  5. Ruthann Grace says:

    I’m the treasurer of our local MQG located in Duluth MN…..just out curiosity do you have anything you could send me that outlines the courses you teach and their cost?

  6. donna fuller says:

    i am so excited about the class at John Campbell. that is only about 2 hrs from my home. donna fuller

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