Registration

2021 Membership Registration

Are you interested in joining the San Diego Modern Quilt Guild?  We’d love to have you! Membership to the Modern Quilt Guild is included in your annual dues, which includes access to all the resources, webinars, and more on their website.

In order to register as a guild member:

1. Complete the 2021 registration form.  Both renewing members and new members need to complete the form. Our form changes slightly each year and we want to make sure we have the most up-to-date information from you.

2. Pay membership dues ($50, or $25 after July 1) online via Venmo (preferred) or via check by mail.  Details for submitting payment are provided when you submit your membership form.

Please note: to be a fully registered member of the San Diego MQG, you must submit both your registration form and dues payment.

All monthly meetings are currently held over Zoom.

Questions? Email the board at sdmqgboard@gmail.com

Lecture, Registration

Tara Faughnan Color and Design Webinar

We are excited to be hosting Tara Faughnan for a webinar titled “Color and Design” on Saturday, November 7th at 11:00 am.

This webinar will be open to everyone. The webinar will be free for members and $10 for guests. Guest payment can be made electronically via Venmo and payment instructions will be provided after submitting the registration form.

Tara Faughnan Lecture Registration

About the lecture: Drawing on 20 years of experience in quilting and textile design, I will share some of my approaches to the creative process, and discuss the importance of value, proportion and color when designing a quilt.

For more information about Tara, check out her website or her Instagram page @tarafaughnan.

Questions? Email sdmqgboard@gmail.com

Registration

2020 Membership Registration

Are you interested in joining the San Diego Modern Quilt Guild?  We’d love to have you!

Here’s the easy two step system:

1. Complete the 2020 registration form.  This is important even if you have completed a previous registration form, since the form changes slightly each year and we want to make sure we have up-to-date information from you.

2. Pay membership dues ($50, or $25 after July 1) in person (cash or check), by mail or online.  Details for submitting by mail or online are provided when you submit your membership form.

Questions? Email the board at sdmqgboard@gmail.com

Registration

2019 Membership Registration

Are you interested in joining the San Diego Modern Quilt Guild?  We’d love to have you!

Here’s the easy two step system:

1. Complete the 2019 registration form.  This is important even if you have completed a previous registration form, since the form changes slightly each year and we want to make sure we have up-to-date information from you.

2. Pay membership dues ($50, or $25 after July 1) in person (cash or check), by mail or online.  Details for submitting by mail or online are provided when you submit your membership form.

Registration, workshop

Weeks Ringle Workshop and Lecture

We are extremely excited to announce that Weeks Ringle will be coming to SDMQG to present her lecture “Transforming Traditions: Modernism and Quilts” on Sunday, October 14th, 2018 at noon. This lecture is free for dues-paying SDMQG members and $10 for guests.

Weeks will also teach a workshop on Improvisational Piecing, which she describes below, along with a materials list. The workshop will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 9am-4pm at Quilt in a Day, San Marcos.

Registration is now open for SDMQG members at a cost of $100:

  1. Register here.
  2. Pay using Venmo (@sdmodernquiltguild), PayPal (jill@leinenweber.com), cash or check to any board member.

We will hold spots for those paying non-electronically only until Sunday, September 9th. After that, your spot will be given to the next person in line. We will be opening this workshop to people outside SDMQG, pending availability, on September 9th.

Improvisational Piecing
Learn different techniques for improvisational piecing and choose one to develop a new project. We’ll guide you through a strategy that will have you making design decisions as you go. Students can begin making ourCall Me Crazy or Just Passing Through quilt or a project of their choice if they already have something in mind. Our patterns and magazines all ship for free to US destinations, so please order in advance to make sure you have what you need for class.

  • Student supplies needed: sewing machine, rotary cutting equipment, an assortment of cotton quilting fabric with different values and hues (small-scale prints, tone-on-tone prints and solids work well; avoid large-scale fabrics), extension cord, thread, seam ripper, notebook or journal, and any supplies you like to have handy when quilting.
  • If students wish to make the Call Me Crazy quilt with their own fabrics, they will need 2 3/4 yards white or other field fabric, 2 1/2 yards total assorted blue (or other color) fabrics and 3/4 yards binding fabric.
  • If students wish to make the Just Passing Through quilt with their own fabrics, they will need 3 3/4 yards solid field fabric and 1 1/2 yards contrasting solid fabric for the splicing and binding fabric.
  • Facility equipment needed: tables and chairs for cutting and sewing
  • Skill level: Adventurous beginner to advanced

Registration, workshop

Libs Elliott Workshop Registration

We are so excited to be hosting a Libs Elliott workshop on Sunday, December 9 at Quilt in a Day, San Marcos. This will be a full day workshop; 9am-4pm.

Here’s the description from Libs herself:

Embrace the Chaos – An Exercise in Controlled Randomness

Using only paper and pencils – no computers required! – I will walk students through a series of worksheet exercises that mimic the programming language I use to generate my quilt patterns. By using controlled elements in a random way, each participant will end up with a unique quilt pattern layout – no two Chaos Quilts are the same!
As a group, we’ll discuss design flow and tweak our individual layouts. Then we’ll cut fabrics and work on piecing our designs, using provided block-building instructions. At the end of the class, each participant will leave with her/his own random geometric quilt design and will have the knowledge required to complete the project at home.
1 Full-Day Session allows time for drafting, design and initial block construction. Level: All Levels

Just Like Heaven 2015

At this time, we are accepting registration from dues-paying SDMQG members. If there are still seats available, we will open the workshop up to the entire quilting community in the next few weeks.

There are 20 seats available for this workshop, at a cost of $100, which will include a catered lunch.

Registration is easy and uses our two step registration system:

1. Register yourself here.

2. Pay for your workshop by Venmo (@sdmodernquiltguild), PayPal (jill@leinenweber.com), or by cash or cheque to a board member. Please note that you are not considered to be registered until we have received payment. Spots are non-refundable unless filled by the waitlist.

Registration

2018 Registration

Are you interested in joining the San Diego Modern Quilt Guild?

Here’s the easy two step system!

1. Please complete the 2018 registration form.

2. Dues are $50, or $25 after July 1 and can be paid by Venmo (@sdmodernquiltguild), PayPal (jill@leinenweber.com), check (San Diego Modern Quilt Guild, in person to a board member [email sdmqgtreasurer@gmail.com for mailing address]), or cash in person at our meeting.