Workshops September 2018

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September 2018   -   Janet Storton

Janet is a fifteen year instructor at The Stitchin’ Post in Sisters, Oregon.   After visiting a refugee camp in Uganda with thousands of displaced people who were living in crowded small airless huts, Janet was inspired to design a quilt to honor their sacrifice and suffering.    She is the founder of the Sisters of the Heart Foundation.   She designs and teaches around the Pacific Northwest, with her lecture and workshop fees going to support this worthy endeavor. 

Lecture  -  September 13, 2018

“Women Making a Difference”

Janet will be describing her work in Africa and the women there and her in the U.S. who are making a difference.

2-Day Workshop -  Friday and Saturday, September 14-15, 2017 
“Gulu Camp Wallhanging"

2-day workshop - $100. members

This two day workshop will begin with an African inspired hut shape, and inspire extension of the quilt with improvisational techniques. African and/or Aboriginal fabrics look great, as do beachy type fabrics. You will use many techniques to tell your own story through the quilt, designing your quilt as you go. At the end of the two days, your creation will be ready for binding.


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