Workshop: Cloud Surfing Quilt
October 26th, 2021
10:00am – 4:00pm
The Cloud Surfing quilt workshop is all about getting comfortable with piecing curves. In this workshop I walk you through piecing 3 different sized oval drunkard’s path block variations that are featured in the Cloud Surfing quilt. By the end of the workshop you’ll have tried piecing your blocks with and without pins so you can decide which method works best for you!
Important: For this course you need to make templates and have fabric pieces cut before the course so please make sure that you have access to a printer and the time to make the templates before the class starts.
Cost: $75.00 *includes Cloud Surfing Patter and reprintable templates
Materials Needed: For this course you will be able to make a lap quilt or a wall hanging. We will send out a Welcome package to participants which includes the fabric requirements, a schedule of the day and a cheat sheet to make it easier to keep track of your progress during the workshop.
About the Instructor: Shannon Fraser is a modern quilter, pattern designer and teacher based in Montreal, Canada. Known for her love of colour and bold graphic designs, her patterns have been featured in magazines including Curated Quilts, Love Patchwork and Quilting and the Quilter’s Planner. A self-taught quilter, Shannon loves sharing what she’s learned through her quilty trials and tribulations.
You can find free tutorials, inspirational projects and loads of resources to help you succeed in your quilting journey on her website. For daily inspiration, you can find her on Instagram @shannonfraserdesigns
To Register: Please contact the Education Committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org to have them hold your place in the course and then e-transfer your course funds of $75.00 to Lorna at: email@example.com
If you are interested in applying for VMQG Bursary support for this workshop, email the Education Committee. Bursary recipients will be directly notified by an email from the Education Committee co-chair within three days. All Bursary recipients will remain anonymous.
If you want to help: As part of every VMQG workshop announcement going forward, there is an opportunity for members to contribute an extra $5.00 or $10.00 in addition to the workshop fee; these extra funds will be directly transferred to the Bursary Fund.
For those who are able to donate to the Bursary Fund, please e-transfer the course fee and any extra amount to Treasurer when you register. Please include the words “Fraser Workshop fee plus Donation to the Bursary Fund” in the e-transfer.
Thank you for your generosity towards your fellow guild members.