Australian Teacher, Author, Designer
Carolyn graciously made an appearance here at PPnQ
during Festival 2014, and she was a big hit! With fabulous quilts
on display, she demo'd her applique style and answered lots of
We're excited to announce that
she is returning in MAY for a rare visit!
Carolyn has a busy schedule in
the U.S., so we are extremely pleased that she is sharing time
Learn Carolyn's applique and fussy
This will be a 2-day
Saturday, May 14 & Sunday, May 15
(9:30am - 4:30pm)
She will be teaching the lovely Floral Fantasy 1703
(focusing solely on the central flower vase medallion),
as well as presenting a lecture titled "Reproduction Quilting
& Design Techniques" on Saturday, May 14 @ 7pm;
this will be included with the class.
techniques for this beautiful design that is truly in the style
for which she is recognized. (Needle-turn & Prepared Edge
A definite floral beauty where the flowers take
Don't wait to sign-up! Call us
Two-day workshop fee is $165 (lecture
here to get supply list.
10% discount on class supplies.
Class project: Floral Fantasy 1703
(focusing solely on the central
flower vase medallion)
This quilt is based on a cot cover owned by
V & A Museum (maker unknown).
In the middle of this small and delicate quilt sits a medallion
featuring a vase of floral splendor. Carnations, lilies and an
assortment of other flowers in shades of pink, blues and green
feature prominently. In each corner of the quilt is a flowering
plant in similar colors and style.
WORKSHOP WITH CYNTHIA ENGLAND
International fiber artist, pattern
designer and author CYNTHIA ENGLAND will be teaching a
landscape workshop at The Pony on Sat., FEB. 20!
Mark your calendars!
Cynthia is known for the technique she developed called "Picture
Piecing". She has received many awards for her work; including
two Best of Show awards at the prestigious International Quilt
We're so excited to have Cynthia return to Painted Pony, and
we DARE you to miss this opportunity!
SAT., FEB 20
Visit CLASS page for project choices and details.
Sample project: Field of Flowers by Cynthia England
Farm Girl Vintage Sew-In
(4th Sat. or Fri. each month, 9:30am-2pm)
Guided by Jaelyn
New Friday group forming
- 1st meeting Feb. 26
This will be a casual "sew-in"
setting with no fee! We'd
like to limit participation to approx. 16 and we do ask for you
to get your name on our list if you're interested so we have
an idea of attendance.
The blocks in this project
are really cute! Jaelyn
will feature 4 blocks each month and hold a block demo in the
first half of each session. Work at your own pace!
regular sewing tools and machine, Farm Girl Vintage book,
and your own fabrics.
Join us for
B.O.W. - WOW! [translation:
Block(s) of the Week
NOW IN PROGRESS!...(and really! they're FREE!)
CLICK PICTURE BELOW
for blocks and
setting pattern links.
shuffle [shuhf-uh l]
- verb. To move (an object or objects) this way and that; to
jumble together, mix, or interchange the positions of (objects).
Each Thursday for
10 weeks (except Christmas week), we will offer 3 FREE
blocks, designed by Moda's talented designers. The goal is
to help you increase your skills and learn new techniques.
Each set of blocks
will be available for 7 days - by clicking the link to
the left -
after that, the next 3 blocks will be available!
There will be a total of (30) 6" finished blocks; you can
set them (shuffle them!) any way you please OR
you can set them using Moda's pattern that we will provide.
It is your project, so work at your pace, use your scraps, or
come in to plan out your quilt and pick up coordinated fat quarters,
layer cakes and other precuts.
Don't have time to
work on the project right now?! That's ok, just be sure to visit
this page each week to save the patterns and you can use
Visit this page each week for a special
CODE that will get
you a discount on a select Item of the Week
The discount applies to in-store, in-stock "item of the
week" purchases only. Give the CODE to the clerk at the register
to get the discount.
Check back here for the weekly CODE ... and spread the word!
CODE for FRI 2/5- THURS
off FABRIC MARKING TOOLS (ie. pencils, pens, chalk, etc)
SQUARED" Fabric Exchange
Beef up your
stash with a 1 yard purchase!
This is an exchange for people who want to trade "quilt
shop quality" fabrics, and it's an easy way
to increase your stash with little cost, especially if you want
to "try out" a new style!
There are NO meetings - just FUN! Join in anytime and participate
every month or just the months you prefer! See Guidelines
for fabric schedule.
1930's and Batik Exchanges
- 1930's Reproduction
exchange - This exchange
- Batik exchange -
view or print Guidelines
Fuzzies" Wool Club
January 27th will
be the final meeting...until further notice.
Embroidery Club is now a BEE!
If you're a hand stitcher, please join us to spend some time,
share some stitches and projects, your favorite backgrounds and
threads, and mostly share your enthusiasm and love for hand embroidery!
Gather on the 1st Tuesday of each month, 10am-noon.
No fee...join at any time...learn from each other...show &
Step back in time to an
old-fashioned gathering to
reflect on 19th century
This is a 6-month club
where you'll re-create
small primitive quilts using
Jo Morton's fabrics and
"Jo's Little Women"
6 month club - 3rd Tuesdays
6-month fee: $35.00
NEW session began January - Club #15 for 2016 -
If Civil War-era
fabrics and history are your interests, come join us as we work
on our piecing skills using Jo Morton fabrics, and patterns exclusive
We meet in the PPnQ classroom on the 3rd Tuesday of each month
Membership is $35.00
Karen will share tips, historical information, and lead group
activities for those
interested in reproduction quilts.
Join us for some old fashioned fellowship, make new
"stitchin" friends, and sample tasty treats!
Looking for a friendly,
casual quilting group?
The Wednesday Bee
...is our oldest
Bee and the ladies meet every
Wednesday (10am-noon) in the PPnQ classroom.
They work on their our own projects, visit, and often go to lunch
together afterward. There is no cost - the main goal is to make
progress on your projects, listen and share, they often enjoy
homemade goodies, and most importantly...have fun!
No need to register - just come and join in!