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Come join our guild. Quilters of all ages and interests flourish in EBHQ's nourishing atmosphere during monthly General Meetings and daytime Workshops featuring outstanding teachers from the quilting world. Our general meetings are held the last Monday evening of the month, excluding July and December. May is the next-to-last Monday because of Memorial Day. Starting at 6:30 p.m. we visit, view displayed quilts, or choose books from our extensive library.  A brief business meeting starts at 7:30, followed by our featured speaker. Guest admission is $5.   Map for General Meetings

Each month we celebrate quilting together at Drop-In sewing days and community service activities.  Hover over the Home tab in the Navigation Bar to find further information about our guild.

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Linda's Luminaria by Linda Ganfield
Photo by Nancy Johnston
  What's New

Sign up now for this summer's great quilting retreat on the California coast.

What's happening in EBHQ Community Quilts!  Napa earthquake quilt donations and Kaiser neonatal opportunities.

April issue of the Knot is here.

Great News!  You are now able to sign up for workshops earlier than before!  See registration details on Workshop Registration page, and upcoming classes on Workshop Page.


Coming Soon

Time to Sign Up For Workshops!

Workshop fees will increase for non-members starting with enrollments for the June 2015 workshop. (For details, click here). Join EBHQ to save on workshop fees and enroll a month earlier.


April:  Youngmin Lee

http://www.youngminlee.com

Saturday, April 25, 2015: Jogakbo: Single Layer Korean Patchwork Bojagi with Ramie

 
   Learn Korean textile art from a Korean textile artist. Youngmin will teach you the basics of mosi (ramie) jogakbo (patchwork bojagi) construction. Using pieces of ramie fabrics you’ll create a geometrically patterned bojagi. The finished project will be translucent with a You’ll learn how to make the front and back of this jogakbo identical with ssamsol, a special hand stitched seaming technique. The finished project will be translucent with a unique compositions of shapes, lines and texture.

Monday, April 27, 2015: Jogakbo: Double Layer Korean Patchwork Bojagi with Silk

Bojagi, Korean wrapping cloths, are used to wrap, cover or carry things in daily life. Using beautiful Korean silk fabrics and silk threads, Youngmin, a local Korean textile artist, will teach you how to make a jogakbo (patchwork bojagi) wall hanging. You will learn the basics of bojagi making using hand stitching techniques such as Gamichiljil, Homjil and Settamsangchim. The finished project will have a backing and border.


Member News

EBHQ members:  Have you won an award?  Do you have a quilt in a show?  Email us so that we can feature your accomplishments here.



For EBHQ members who are traveling locally or out of state, Mirka Knaster has pieces in the following two shows

FLOCKworks presents "In Black and White," creative expressions in textiles. April 4- 26. 45101 Ukiah St., Odd Fellows Hall, Mendocino. Reception: Saturday, April 11, 5-8pm. For more info: 707-964-7577.

PAQA-South presents "ARTQUILTS REMINISCE," inspired by memories of people, places, things, and events. April 22-June 21. Reception: Friday, April 24, 6-8pm. Page-Walker Arts & History Center. 119 Ambassador Loop, Cary, NC. 919-460-4963. For more info visit:  www.paqa-south.org

Susan Dague's piece “Redwork Revisited” a quilt with whimsical, hand-embroidered motifs surrounded by red and white patchwork, was selected for the special exhibit “Ruby Jubilee:  Celebrating 40 Years”,  which will premiere at International Quilt Market and Festival in Houston later this year and will travel to various venues in 2015.

To read a really great blog post about member Diana McClun by Jennifer Rounds click here.
EBHQ member Joyce Copenhagen has a quilt in Valerie Goodwin's newly published book, Art Quilt Maps.  Joyce' quilt is entitled Arles, Interpreted

Pati Fried has joined the blog team at See How We Sew. Visit the site to read and subscribe to her blog posts.

Did you know....?

1092 of our quilts were collected and distributed July 2013 through June 2014, including 22 large quilts to disaster survivors in Oklahoma and Colorado. In addition 39 large quilts are ready for distribution when needed. Many thanks to everyone involved in these efforts!  For more information on EBHQ community quilt distribution, click here.