Join our online quilting bee for the duration of the lecture series, gathering across 6 making sessions with Dr. Sharbreon Plummer. Using our workbook and kit, learn to make a quilt as you’re immersed in the history of this storied and community rich practice. The group will cover topics such as personal narrative through quilting, mindful practices and visual storytelling. The Quilting Bee is limited to 15 participants to retain intimate conversation online.
To accompany you throughout the six online small group sessions, you will receive receive a kit with:
A workbook with instructions and prompts
2 yards of Kona Cotton – Sand
1/2 yard of Kona Cotton – Creamsicle
1/2 yard of Kona Cotton – Canary
1/2 yard of Kona Cotton – Bonsai
1/2 yard of Kona Cotton – Blueprint
Bundle of 6-strand cotton embroidery threads
Spools of sewing thread
Dates + Techniques
Saturday, September 9th – Log Cabin
Saturday, September 30th – Flying Geese
Saturday, October 21st – Postage Stamp
Saturday, November 11th – Bear’s Paw
Saturday, December 9th – Quilter’s Signature
Saturday, January 6th – Improv
12 pm – 2 pm ET
Zoom, a link will be send to participants the day before the first quilting circle
$450, This price includes all lectures and a quilting circle kit, which consists of a comprehensive workbook, fabrics, and threads.
*The instructional section of each session will be recorded. Recordings will be emailed to all registrants and will be available until January 13th for you to watch at your convenience.
We have two scholarships available for the lecture series combined with the quilting circle. To be considered for the scholarship please email [email protected] with some information about yourself, your making practice, and why you would like to participate.