The monthly meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of the month, with rare exception, mostly no meeting in November, and the December meeting being on a different week of the month.
All meetings are at 7-9 PM in the fellowship hall of Walnut Hill United Methodist Church at 10066 Marsh Lane, in Dallas TX
I’ve been a quilter since 1989 and have made over 400 quilts in that time. I’m known for making scrap quilts, but I also teach, conducting classes and workshops where participants may trade strips and squares to increase the variety of fabrics in their own individual scrappy quilts. Sharon will be presenting a trunk show of approximately 30 scrappy quilts using modern fabrics and traditional quilt patterns, appealing to both the traditionalist and to those who love all the modern prints available to quilters today.
Corinne is a graphic designer, quilter, and color enthusiast. She aims to make colorful quilts that blend the graphic patterns of the design world with the time-honored tradition of patchwork. With great attention to detail, each quilt is designed with graphic purpose and balance. She tries to make contemporary quilts inspired by design, but achievable by today’s quilter.
She has been quilting for almost a decade. She grew up the daughter of a quilter and has always had crafting in her blood. She's a fan of both modern and traditional quilts, and likes seeing how the two styles can work together. She often refers to her style as "Graphic Quilting" because she likes bold, graphic shapes and bright colors.
With her graphic design and crafty background, she feels quilting is something she was meant to do. She can spend hours on her computer designing a million quilts, or days in her sewing room working on a project. She enjoys learning new techniques and challenging herself to do things the hard way. She also enjoys the challenge of writing patterns that people will find easy to follow, regardless of their skill level.