Workshops      Now is the time to sign up!

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.





July, 2017:  No workshops...have a nice vacation.



August, 2017:  April Sproule   www.sproulestudios.com 


Saturday, August 26, 2017  Fabric Painting with Stencils 

Supply List

Although stencils have been around for centuries, come and experience how utterly amazing the stenciling technique can be when you learn just a few professional tips and tricks. April will lead students through her basic stenciling techniques and quickly move on to the more advanced shading and composition options available using her Textile Design Stencils. Even those who think that they can’t draw or paint are able to create stunning work that can later be framed or quilted. All skill levels.






Monday, August 28, 2017 - Upcycled Wearable Art with Stencils

Supply List  

Beginning with an already constructed garment, you will learn stenciling techniques, embroidery, and other embellishments that will completely transform a boring piece of clothing into something quite fabulous and fun! Dresses, T-shirts, and other garments are perfect media for upcycling. 






September, 2017:  Sujata Shah    therootconnection.blogspot.com

Saturday and Monday, September 23 and 25 (two day workshop) - Organized Chaos


Sujata’s workshops are designed to encourage freedom of creating individual and unique quilts and understand personal creative process for her students. Although the basic idea is taught, students are encouraged to explore many possibilities. Questions such as ''What if?'' and ''How about?'' have made her look at every quilt differently and lead to many discoveries, abilities her classes are intended to cultivate and develop. 

Organized Chaos is actually an old favorite with a modern twist. Making a scrap quilt has never been so much fun. Learn about values and colors by observing everyday life. During the class Sujata shares how she sees colors and interprets them into quilts. Creativity is not about having a lot to choose form but how to choose wisely from what you have. This quilt is a true scrap quilt. You will learn how sometimes self-created limits provide the best results.




October, 2017:  Terry Waldron  www.terrywaldron.com


Saturday, October 28, 2017 - The Japanese Way

Printed Supply List will be provided at sign-up

Terry learned to quilt from Japanese master-quilter Keiko Goke and from looking at the work of Ayako Miyawaki. Japanese art is based on very different design principles than Western art, and it's peaceful and intriguing, too. In this class students will be making a wildly different log cabin, primarily by machine, and different but very soothing hand sewing techniques as they create original shapes for familiar objects. It's so freeing and fun! They'll even choose from excellent translations of Japanese haiku masters' poetry to add to their work.





Monday, October 30, 2017 - The Art of Landscapes

Printed Supply List will be provided at sign-up

This is a class for those who truly LOVE the land and its trees, water, and sky. There are no patterns because Nature isn't as simple as a pattern. Terry LOVES variations and imperfections! In this class students will learn her "rough cut" technique to chew out tree trunks and leaves and grassy hills. They'll learn aerial perspective and the 4 principles of composition that will make their landscapes shine. If you listen well, when you leave class, you'll be able to create any landscape that you can dream up.