Reminder: The Zoom programs are only open to members unless noted otherwise. For further information about registering please send an e-mail to email@example.com. More nformation about the workshops also available in the newsletter, on the members' only page and posted in the private FB group. Thanks.
BPQ September Zoom Meeting and Lecture
Thursday, September 3rd at 7pm
Speaker: Eleanor Levie
Program Title: "Rock Quilting"
Elly's presentation will be featuring lots and lots of quilts and quilted accessories showcasing a dozen different and unconventional ways to inject originality and unique style into YOUR quilting. From designing new blocks, to adding unusual materials, techniques and embellishments, to personalyzing gifts with names or monograms, you'll see examples of how to put your own personal stamp on everything you do.
BPQ October Zoom Meeting and Lecture
Thursday, October 1st at 7pm
Speaker: Brenda Henning
Program Title: "How Did I Get Here?"
This program will be about the life and times of Brenda, the accidental quilter, teacher and author. Sometimes life throws a curve ball. This lecture chronicles Brenda's progression as an accidental quilter.
Brenda Henning is a compulsive quiltmaker with a fondness for traditional design and a desire to incorporate today's speed piecing techniques with yesterday's well-loved patterns. Brenda's sewing machine experience began at the early age of 10 on her grandmother's treadle sewing machine with the first quilt following at age 14. Brenda became a compulsive quilter in the mid-80's, and began teaching quilt making in 1988, when her third child was an infant. Writing and self-publishing that work have been by-products of teaching quilting. Brenda is the author of numerous books and individual patterns available under the label Bear Paw Productions.
Program Title: "Happy Villages and Accidental Landscapes"
Well, no quilt show this year. But we still want to get together as a guild. Being virtual gives us the opportunity to more easily bring in speakers from outside the Pacific Northwest. We've lined up Karen Eckmeier to speak to us via Zoom. If you're unfamiliar with Karen, here are a few pictures of her work: