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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Not to Miss Opportunities at the Glendale Quilt Show

For quilters living in Southern California, or those that want to come enjoy our weather and quilting activities, here are some insights on some fun quilting opportunities you may not want to miss.

The 33rd Annual Glendale Quilt Guild Show is Fri., March 16th - Sun., March 18th, in Burbank California. 

Bonnie K. Hunter will be teaching five fun classes at this show:

Thurs, March 15: Shirttails Workshop

Fri, March 16: Pineapple Blossom Workshop

Sat, March 17: Star Struck Workshop

Sun, March 18: Scrappy Mountain Majesties Workshop

Classes are also offered at this show with other talented teachers, including Mickey Lawler, David Taylor, Larkin Van Horn, Nan Maples, Diane Pitchford and Sue Vite.  For information on all of the workshops at this show, download a copy of the brochure.  For those interested in learning free-motion quiting, David Taylor is also teaching a beginner FMQ class.

    Also, Bonnie has a new book to be released soon and is taking pre-orders for it.

You can also find Bonnie at:

I hope you get a chance to visit the upcoming Glendale Quilt Guild Show and take a class too!

The theme for the
"Quilting Green".
 March 16, 17, 18, 2012
  Friday 10-5, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4
Admission: $9.00
Husbands: FREE on Sunday
Children under 12: FREE
3-day pass: $15.00
Parking: $11.00

2500 Hollywood Way
Burbank, California

Stay one night at the hotel and
earn a FREE voucher for the Mystery Class
offered at the 2013 GQG Quilt Show,
or take the Mystery Class this year for $65.00.
March 15-18:

For More info on the Glendale Quilting Guild and/or show:
Guild Contact: Corrine Gurney


suemac said...

I would love to go to one of Bonnie Hunter's classes. She seems like such a fun person and she makes quilts out of every scrap of fabric she lays her hands on.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

We get Bonnie in May at our guild (outside of Chicago) I had to get to guild early last fall to get in one of the classes. Yep, I got in and the class was full before the night was over. Now to start finding fabrics and get to cutting. Hope you get a chance to go to one of the classes near you.

Bonnie K Hunter said...

Thank you for posting about this! We did get a few more sign ups for classes, and I'm hoping we can fill them!