Workshops      Now is the time to sign up!  NEW - now you can pay for your workshops using your credit card.

Workshops are a favorite perk of EBHQ. You will meet a world-class fabrics/design teacher in a small group setting (no more than 24 people). The workshop space at 980 Stannage is airy and bright. Exposure to new techniques will inspire you and you will go home energized from the creative and social workout.

Need to do some shopping for supplies for a class? Check with one of our retail affiliates to see if they have what you need. The yearly membership dues our affiliates pay help to support our guild and the good work we do. 

Workshops are from 9:00am to 4:00pm.  The workshop space opens at 8:00am if you want to arrive early.




No workshops in July



August, 2019:  Katie Pasquini Masopust

Saturday & Monday, August 24 & 26 (two day workshop) - From Watercolor to Quilt  

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Abstract watercolor paintings will be created the first day using 10 different painting techniques that will leave the student with many paintings to choose from. Techniques include, transparent layered shapes, resists, rubber cement drawing resist, washes, glazing, dropping in of colors, surface treatments using soap bubbles, rubbing alcohol and grids, etc.  One painting will be chosen and cropped to find the most dynamic part. This will be drawn to make templates, then enlarged, and translated with fabrics into a quilt using either my turned edge technique or the students preferred technique. When the quilt is done it will look like a watercolor painting. No painting experience is needed.




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September, 2019:  Martha Wolfe

Saturday Workshop, September 28: Printing on Fabric: Making and Using Your Own Stamps & Stencils


*Workshop can be taken separately or with Printing on Fabric: Making Prints from Nature and Found Objects (Monday’s Workshop)

In this fun, hands-on workshop you’ll explore a variety of printing techniques that you can create and personalize including carving rubber stamps/linocut, molding Magic Stamps, simple embossing, and stenciling techniques. The workshop covers selecting fabrics, options for inks, layering prints, and simple ways to create colorful backgrounds to print on. Each of the techniques will be demonstrated during the workshop providing an opportunity for you to try all of the techniques or you can focus on the one(s) you are most interested in. The instructor will be available to help you troubleshoot and answer individual questions while you experiment and create. It’s a great chance to create your own fabrics or small prints to embellish.

All skill levels welcome!

Monday Workshop, September 30: Printing on Fabric: Making Prints from Nature and Found Objects


*Workshop can be taken separately or with Printing on Fabric: Making and Using Your Own Stamps & Stencils (Saturday’s Workshop)—There will be a little overlap of some of the basics but new printing techniques will be introduced.

Explore fun and easy printing techniques including nature prints from leaves and ways to use found objects for printing and mono-printing. The workshop covers selecting fabrics, options for inks, layering prints, and simple ways to create colorful backgrounds to print on. Each of the techniques will be demonstrated during the workshop providing an opportunity for you to try all of the techniques or you can focus on the one(s) you are most interested in. The instructor will be available to help you troubleshoot and answer individual questions while you experiment and create. It’s a great chance to create your own fabrics or small prints to embellish.

All skill levels welcome!


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October, 2019: Denise Oyama Miller


Saturday & Monday, October 26 & 28 (two day workshop): Making Mixed-Media Art Quilts

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In this 2-day workshop with fiber artist and renowned teacher Denise Oyama Miller, you’ll use layers of fabric, paper, paint, and ephemera to create a fabulous mixed-media art quilt. Starting with a machine-quilted background made of batting, fabric, papers, and/or threads you’ll add layers of collaged papers and fabric. To make the work even more uniquely yours, add layers of painting, stenciling, and ephemera





You may enroll and pay by credit card by clicking here