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The Quilt Skipper is coming to Bakersfield! Jenny is a fiber artist, author and teacher from northern California. Her work focuses on free motion quilting on whole cloth and has been juried into the Houston Int’l Quilt Festival, AQS in Paducah, Pacific International Quilt Festival, the Curitiba Quilt Show (Brazil) and numerous juried art shows. She enjoys traveling to teach and lecture on free motion quilting at major shows as well as guilds and shops across the country. She has appeared on Quilting Arts TV as well as The Quilt Show. She is passionate about free motion quilting and authored a book, Free Motion Quilting, Ordinary to Extraordinary. She loves to inspire her students to free motion quilt their own quilts!
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Workshop - Friday, August 16th  CLASS IS ALMOST FULL
10:00 - 4:30, set up at 9:30am
Thimble Towne, Bakersfield
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You don't want to miss this class! Jenny will be teaching her extraordinary quilting techniques on your domestic machine! Using a scrap of fabric as a “starter”, students learn how to create a unique free motion quilted background, step-by-step. A timid free motion quilter will gain confidence in this class. Various motifs and fills will be taught in class. Supply list will be emailed upon registration and can be found on Jenny's website.


Enter our 2019 Isolette Quilt Challenges!  Entries are open to both members and visitors alike. $25 gift Certificate awarded to the quilt with the most votes! Many quilts have been donated to our local hospital's neo-natal units!


Isolette Quilt Challenges

Halloween Theme -- September 19th Day Meeting

Christmas Theme -- November 21st Day Meeting

Size is 32" x 32" COTTON only, no flannel.

Quilt Challenge questions may be directed to Maggie Adam.

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The purpose of this organization shall be to preserve and continue the traditions, culture and history of quilting; to promote fellowship among persons interested in all aspects of quilting; to contribute knowledge and promote the appreciation of fine quilting; to sponsor and support quilting activities; to encourage quilt making and collecting; to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilt making techniques, textiles and patterns through educational meetings.