Quilters by the Sea presents-Karen Eckmeier Lecture-Trunk Show

Posted by QuiltersbytheSea

Join us at our regular monthly meeting for this month's guest lecture and quilt trunk show by Karen Eckmeier of The Quilted Lizard Fiber Arts Studio. Karen will give her lecture "Accidental Landscapes and Happy Villages" in which she shares two totally different approaches to playing with fabrics: Fabric collage (Happy Villages) and layered/topstitching (Accidental Landscapes). This lighthearted and informative power point presentation will show you how the techniques evolved and will inspire you to try fabric collage or layered/topstitching in your own creations. (See"http://www.quilted-lizard.com"). Included is a mini trunk show.

Free to members. Guests are welcome for a $5 fee. Come to a meeting to see if quilting is for you. New members are always welcome. Karen will offer a half day workshop on Friday, June 8, 2018. Limited space available. Send email inquiries to "quiltersbytheseari@gmail.com" and see separate post for Friday, June 8, 2018.

Event Date
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Event Location
St. Philomena School, Student Activities Center
324 Corys Lane
Portsmouth, RI
Contact
Quilters by the Sea,
quiltersbytheseari@g
mail.com
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