Programs and Workshops
QGI Programs 2017
|Jan 12||Lecture and Trunk Show|
|February||Guild Birthday Party||Feb 9|
|Lecture and Trunk Show
Photography in Quilts (at St. Luke’s)
Curved Piecing (at St. Luke’s)
April 14 -15 2 day class
|Lecture and Trunk Show
Geraldine the Giraffe, Inspired to Stich
(2 day class pricing: Member fee $80, Nonmember fee $115) (at Quilt Quarters)
|Lecture: Where Did I Go Wrong: Confessions of a Serial Quilter
Woven Flower Basket Quilts (at St. Luke’s)
Accidental Artist (at St. Luke’s)
|Lecture: Thread Power
Trapunto, Couching of Decorative Threads and Free Motion Extravaganza (at St. Luke’s)
Autumn Leaves (at St. Luke’s)
|August||Cathy Franks||August 10||Lecture|
|Sept 14||Lecture and Trunk Show|
|October||Launching Our Stars!
|October 12||Lecture and Trunk Show
Workshops in November
|November||Quilt Show Review
Beading for Quilters
Making Your Fabric Stand Up for Itself: Working in 3-D
Workshop Pricing: Members $45, Nonmembers $60
A one-year QGI membership is $30.00 (Separate check required).
Once your registration has been received, you will receive a confirmation email. Prior to the workshop you will receive a reminder and a supply list specific to your workshop.
Workshop fees are not refundable unless the workshop is canceled by the guild.
Gift Certificates are available for 2016 workshops. All gift certificates must be used in the current calendar year.
Kit fees are payable by cash or check to the instructor on the day of class and are subject to change. A small charge payable to the instructor may be required for their pattern(s).
All workshops are from 9:00am – 4:00pm.
Workshops are held at either of two locations:
St Luke’s United Methodist Church
100 West 86th Street Room N101/102
Indianapolis, IN 46260
ENTER DOOR 6, 7 OR 8
Friedens United Church of Christ
8300 S. Meridian St
Indianapolis, IN 46217
Lunch – you may choose to bring your lunch the day of the workshop or order take out from 12-1.
The General Workshop Supply List will help you remember all the items you typically need for a workshop. You will be sent your specific workshop supply list a week or so prior to your workshop.
- Arrive on time to set up your space and be ready to begin promptly at 9:30am.
- Come prepared with all supplies needed for the class.
- Lunch – you can brown bag it, or place a take out order from a local restaurant
- Register with a friend – maybe someone new to the guild?
Please note: All workshop attendees must be registered and paid in full.
YOU can be a Workshop Host!
The Program Committee is looking for guild members willing to serve as the workshop
host for each of the scheduled workshops this year. The host manages the workshop: get the speaker settled, help him/her as needed, arrange lunch for the speaker and
participants and ensures the room is clean at the end of the day. See Hosting a Workshop for details.
Please consider taking a turn as hostess. If you are interested or have questions, please email email@example.com