We are back to our regular location
Birmingham Unitarian Church -- yaaay!!
In January we welcome Carole Harris. She is a fiber artist who lives and works in Detroit. She is the 2015 recipient of the prestigious Kresge award.
Carole's quilts can be seen on exhibits nationally and internationally. Her style is unique. She extends the boundaries of traditional quilting by exploring other forms of stitchery and the use of irregular shapes, textures, materials and objects.
Carole's work relies on improvisation and she is fascinated with rhythm and energy, letting the fabric and color lead her on a rhythmic journey. Her quilts are the closest thing to live Jazz in fabric. Over the years her style has evolved, yet her uniqueness has not changed. We are so lucky to have her with us at our January meeting!
Registration is still OPEN for the April workshops with Jane Sassaman and May workshop with Ann Lovelace. View the details of the workshops on the Workshops page and use this form to sign up NOW before the classes fill.
All workshops will be held at:
Antioch Lutheran Church, 33360 W. 13 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI.
*Workshop fees are non-refundable, unless we have a waiting list. You can transfer your workshop space to a friend.
~Other Guilds in our area ~
Oakland County Quilt Guild
Jan 5 - Ruth McCormick: What Batting is Right For You?
Quilt Guild of Metro Detroit
Jan 17 - Kathryn Schmidt: Rule Breaking Quilts
CAMEO Quilters Guild
Jan 19 -- Sulky Seminar: Thread Jazz