Quilters Guild of Indianapolis

Orchard Park Presbyterian Church

1605 East 106th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46280

Quilters Guild of Indianapolis meets 2nd Thursday of the month

from 7:00PM to 9:00PM

Upcoming Meetings

 

Zoom QGI - lecture by Johanna Blume of the Eiteljorg

Join us online for a lecture by Johanna Blume Curator of Western Art, History and Culture at the Eiteljorg Museum. She will discuss the exhibit Quilts: Uncovering Women's Stories.

we will share the Zoom meeting link closer to the date.

QGI Trunk Sale!!!! First Mennonite Church Re-scheduled for 8/8

QGI Trunk Sale
August 1 (Rain date: August 8)
Parking Lot of
First Mennonite Church
4601 Knollton Rd, Indianapolis
9-11am


SELLING IS OPEN TO ANY MEMBER THAT WANTS TO SELL 'QUILTY ITEMS' - NEW OR USED!

Reserve a spot to sell out of your trunk (bring a card table or two if you wish) by emailing lynnsthomas@att.net

Shoppers: Shopping begins at 9am. Bring your own bags, cash and/or checks.

We will not be allowed in the church so ‘go’ before you come!

Tammy Keefer - MQG Scrap Quilting

Zoom meeting. Tammy Keefer is a member of the Indianapolis Modern Quilt Guild. She will share with us a powerpoint presentation called MQG Scrap Quilting, about organizing, storing and using your scraps. She has lots of beautiful examples of completed quilts using scraps.

Tammy is also doing a Zoom workshop on August 21. It is a paper pieced star. See workshop page for details.

Hollis Chatelain - The Emotion of Color in Art

Internationally renowned and award winning artist Hollis Chatelain will be presenting an online lecture titled 'The Emotion of Color in Art'. Her description: Since 2000 my work has progressed into monochromatic. Working in just one color has been an interesting and exciting adventure. Art can carry a strong emotion and specific colors reinforce these emotions. I will be speaking about the evolution of color, the significance of colors in our society, and how we can use different colors to emphasize what we want to say in our art.

Linda Luggen "Judge for Yourself"

Zoom Lecture

Linda Luggen is a judge for the National Association of Certified Quilt Judges.

Linda is a quiltmaker, teacher, lecturer, designer, and founding board member for NACQJ who served as secretary. She has spent over thirty-five years sharing her knowledge of quilts and quiltmaking. She designs many of her own appliqué patterns. Her color sense and multi-layer techniques have led her to a new world of freedom in creative appliqué designs that she loves to share. Her quilts have won awards nationally and have been published in several magazines.

Linda’s lecture ‘Judge for Yourself’ will give an overall insight into the process of quilt judging. It also answers questions such as “what does a judge look for when judging design, piecing, appliqué, etc. The purpose is to help you know how to “judge” your own quilts before sending them off for the real thing.

Carl Hentsch

For November we have a Zoom lecture from Carl Hentsch of 3 Dog Design Company. Carl is a quilter, quilt designer, and author. He will share his story with us in a presentation titled “My Life in Quilts”. The description is: Take a journey with me from the beginning of my quilting career to the present. Learn more about me, 3 Dog Design and how I got my start in quilting. I show many quilts that I have made, including my original designs from my books Stars 'N' Strips Forever, Amish-Inspired Quilts for Today’s Home and New York Beauties and Flying Geese, as well as quilts completed for various magazines and fabric manufacturers. See and hear how my quilting aesthetic has changed through the years “making the modern traditional and the traditional modern.”

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