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Guest Lecturer
Angela Huffman

We are pleased to have Angela Huffman as our guest at this year’s Quilt Show.  She is a co-host of the Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Show.  She will be giving an hour long lecture each day of the show.   To reserve your place for a lecture, please click on the links below. 

 

Friday, October 7th, at 2:00 pm, “Quilting as Matchmaker and Lifesaver: My Creative Journey” 

Purchase a ticket by going here.

Angela Huffman “Quilting as Matchmaker and Lifesaver: My Creative Journey” | Quilters Guild Indy (quiltguildindy.net)

 

Saturday, October 8th, at 11:00 am, “Lights! Camera! Eyebrows! On the set of the Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Show” 

Purchase a ticket by going here.

Angela Huffman - "Lights! Camera! Eyebrows! On the set of the Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Show” | Quilters Guild Indy (quiltguildindy.net)

 

There is a $10 fee ($11 online includes processing fee) for each lecture which is in addition to the entry fee of the quilt show.  You will also need to check in at the entrance to the Quilt show to receive a wrist band to allow entrance to the lecture area.

 

Angela’s Biography:

 

"Angela Huffman lives in Louisville, KY, where her quilt shop Quilted Joy can be found, full of her Quilt Fairies. Her shop is an APQS longarm machine training center where she rents quilting machines out by the hour, quilts for others and you’ll also find a thirty-foot wall of thread! She is the co-host of the national PBS television show, Fons and Porter’s Love of Quilting where you can tune in to watch this blue ribbon-winning quilt artist at work. Her instructional videos, tutorials, patterns, monthly internet show, and online classes can be found at quiltingdaily.com, APQS.com, and her website, QuiltedJoy.com.

 

Angela’s patterns and designs have been featured in a variety of magazines including Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting, QuiltMaker, Quilter’s Newsletter, Machine Quilting Unlimited, and On Track. She has been quilting for over two decades and travels both nationally and internationally to guilds, studios and quilt shows teaching techniques on both domestic and longarm quilting machines all while wallowing in the joy that quilting brings to life and her goal is to make quilting easier."