The Cambridge Modern Quilt Guild
Events and Workshops
Events and Workshops
CMQG Does Manhattan - Saturday, November 18, 6am-10pm
Join us on a bus for our trip to the NYC Garment District - we'll be leaving at 6:00 am and back by 10pm. Seats are limited, so let us know immediately if you want a spot (or to be added to the wait list). The cost is $20.
First Social Sew at the Watertown Hatch - Sunday, December 3, 3pm-6pm
Come join Cambridge Modern Quilt Guild members for a Social Sew at the Watertown Public Library's new Maker's Space, The Hatch! Bring a project you'd like to work on and any equipment you'll need (machine, iron, cutting tools, or just handwork). There is no direct instruction (or instructor) just lots of folks of different skill levels who like to sew together. There are a limited number of machines that will be available for use if you don't have your own. This event is open to the public. The address is 21 Summer Street in Watertown. The 73 bus runs directly from Harvard Square to within a block of the Hatch. There is free parking on Sundays behind the Bank of America/CVS (39 Main Street).
Anna Maria Horner - April 13th, 14th and 15th, 9 - 4, West Newbury
All AMH Workshops are full - email us if you'd like to be added to the waitlist, and specify for which workshop.
The Cambridge MQG, along with the New Hampshire MQG and Seacoast MQG are hosting a series of workshops with Anna Maria Horner on April 14th, 15th and 16th, 2018 to be held at the Town Hall,
381 Main St, West Newbury, MA from 9am to 4pm
. The cost is $100 and will include a light lunch. Each workshop is limited to 20 participants. Anyone may register, and you may register for more than one.
Your payment is non-refundable as our guilds cannot afford to pay for any cancellations. We will have a wait list and will be happy to help you find a replacement should you need to cancel, but even though we will do everything we can to help, we make no guarantees.
If the workshop is filled, please
to request that you be added to the waitlist.
Mod Corsage, Friday, April 13 HAS SOLD OUT - email us if you want to be on the wait list
Using the traditional Broderie Perse style quilt as inspiration, Anna Maria will guide you through building your own modern bouquet. While the traditional technique uses mostly hand appliqué, Anna Maria will share several approaches to achieving a gorgeous result with combinations of simple patchwork, a little improv and some appliqué on the side. This is a wonderful way to break free of traditional block by block patchwork, yet still provides enough of a format to feel comfortable within the freedom. This style of patchwork will allow you to continue in a block manner or create a single bouquet as the entire quilt. Techniques taught: fabric selection, improvisational patchwork, needle turn applique by hand, raw edge applique by machine, curved bias strip preparation, applique, template demos for cutting and pressing applique shapes, compositional planning and layout.
Inspiration by Hand, Saturday, April 14 HAS SOLD OUT - email us if you want to be on the waitlist
Drawing on her tireless passion for handwork, Anna Maria offers a class based on hand quilting, embroidery, or embellishment concepts for the quilt maker and/or embroiderer. With several diverse examples of her own explorations to share, Anna Maria offers multiple demos on stitch styles and how to look at fabric and materials in a new way. Techniques: hand quilting, embroidery.
Color Fluency with Patchwork, Sunday, April 15 HAS SOLD OUT - email us if you want to be on the waitlist
Anna Maria switches up traditional color conventions in order to develop stunning and individual palettes. Beginning with a traditional color wheel, Anna demonstrates how each color interacts with one another depending on its position in the wheel. Then using a fun color palette exercise with fabric,she guides students towards building an adventurous, yet theory based, palette. Palettes will further get tweaked using group input. Anna Maria explains how to translate palette knowledge to printed fabrics, demonstrating how scale and proportion can be used to create new and interesting patchwork combinations. This class is ideal for anyone who wants to understand how to work intuitively with color and print. Extending this class with a patchwork tutorial is an ideal way to immediately put some of the new color skills to use, and get students excited to try out their palettes. Techniques taught: basic Color Theory, translating printed fabrics to color categories, patchwork block, scrutinizing and enhancing palettes, fabric selection for quilt planning.
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