Workshops

"I Have A Quilt" quilt appraisals will be available on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Reservations will taken ahead of time with limited walk in spaces. Cost: $50 written appraisal/ $30 verbal appraisal. Make your reservation by calling the Summit County Historical Society at 330.535.1120.


To register for all of our workshops, please visit our Submittable page


To register over the phone, please call The Summit County Historical Society offices at 330-535-1120. Please have your credit card ready.


Prices increase September 1. Register early to receive discounted pricing.


Admission to the quilt show on the day of the workshop is included in the workshop price.


Friday Workshops:

9am-12pm

Make A Tuffet: Part 1

Strip Potpourii

T-Shirt Quilt: Part 1

Having Fun With Punch Needle


1-4pm

5 Chic and Quick Bags: Part 1

Wildlife Applique Wall Hanging

French Ribbon Cockade

Basics of Hand Embroidery


5-7pm

5 Chic and Quick Bags: Part 2

Just Too Easy

Bling Anything in Minutes

Yoyo Flowers


Saturday Workshops:

9am-12pm

A Quilted Art Tree

T-Shirt Quilt: Part 2

Bling Anything In Minutes (9am-11am)

Make A Tuffet: Part 2


1-4pm

Paper Piecing Primer

Christmas Tree Wall Hanging

Weave A Crazy Woman

Quilting Made Easy


5-7pm

Berlin Work Bookmark


Skill Level Definitions:


Beginner- An easy project suitable for a quilter just starting out. To build quilting skills, good beginner skills include basic seaming, 4-Patch squares, and other simple piecing projects


Intermediate- An intermediate quilter may have mastered more skills than a beginner or novice but still not be ready for advanced quilting techniques. Some intermediate quilting skills include simple free-motion quilting, piecing, and needle-turn applique work.


Advanced- Advanced quilting techniques include needle-turn applique work, curved piecing, feathers, complicated free-motion quilting. Advanced quilters may also be ready to design their own quilts or work free-hand on more complicated designs.




Contact

Summit County Historical Society

Quilts@SummitHistory.org

330.535.1120