2020-2021 Monthly Meetings

During Covid-19 Crisis

All meetings & workshops will be virtual

Lecture: October 21, 2020

Our October meeting will honor our very own SANDI DA ROZA

A lifelong artist, Sandi learned to enjoy sewing at a very young age. Her mother instilled the love of all things creative.  For Sandi, quilting is about listening carefully to the fabric and translating its story into beautiful art.

She is a firm believer that quilts should be seen like any other form of art and should be displayed on your walls and above your mantel just like a painting.  Rogers Lane Studio is the name of her art quilting business and named after the street she grew up on in Northern California.  

Sandi’s goal is to inspire each of her students to go out of their comfort zone and enjoy being creative.  Creating should be exciting and fun.

Sandi lives in Hillsborough with her husband Tony of 26 years and 2 collage age daughters Juliana and Tessa.

Lecture: November 18, 2020

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The modern quilting movement is evolving and changing, but one thing remains consistent: simple, spare design combined with thoughtful quilting make an outstanding combination.

This talk gives an overview of my process for coming up with simple graphic quilt designs, starting with stitched paper models (called maquettes). I show examples of how to translate an architectural photo into a quilt design, and have many samples of mini quilts I created using this process. The techniques I present are also great for making unique modern quilt block designs. I also talk about walking foot quilting and how to break free from stitch in the ditch.

About David: I’m a quilter, graphic designer, print and textile artist, and the 2020 President of the Seattle Modern Quilt Guild. I create richly-layered contemporary artwork and modern minimal quilt and textile designs. For over 20 years, I’ve exhibited my stitched paper artwork in galleries and juried shows, and worked exclusively with nonprofit organizations on their branding and communications.

My creative approach to modern quilting has led to a busy schedule of workshops and lectures on quilting, branding for artists, fine art and textile techniques. Sharing knowledge, encouraging creativity, and teaching new skills are personal passions.

Holiday Party: December 16, 2020

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Lecture: July 21, 2021

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August 18, 2021 - Presidents Choice



September 21, 2021 - Birthday Party

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Peninsula Quilters Guild of San Mateo County

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