Programs for 2021-22
Programs for 2022-23
Our meetings are held at the Homewood Senior Center
Stephanie Hackney of Hobbs Bonded Fibers will discuss the various fiber types used to create batting; the pros and cons of each type; proper use and care of battings and quilts; and more!
Learn how to pick the best batting for each project and get tips and tricks to make the quilting process easier. Attendees also have a chance to win free batting!
Elaine Poplin is a wife, mom, quilter, and high school mathematics teacher. She loves traditional quilting, art quilting, modern quilting, and improv quilting. With an ever-growing stash, like most quilters, she admits there are not enough hours in the day to sew.
Elaine does most of her machine quilting herself, using a HandiQuilter 16 Sit-Down quilting machine without a stitch regulator.
Susan Edmonson is an award winning quilt maker who started this journey in 1981 and today continues to wow her audiences with her unique artistry. She has designed quilt patterns and kits for two national stores as well as her own pattern line.
Her specialties have been folk art, crazy quilted purses, wall quilts, and “flower doodles.” Fabric collage books and mini art quilts are among her newest creations using mixed media techniques. All of her work is lavished with beading and embroidery. She loves working with vintage style fabrics and colors.