Lectures

Lectures last for 1-1¼ hours plus time for questions.

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Creative Quilting with Kids

This illustrated lecture should inspire you to pass on the quilting tradition to the next generation. Based on Maggie’s books, Creative Quilting with Kids and Patchwork and Quilting with Kids (Krause Publications 2001, and 2003), this talk illustrates examples of projects made from a variety of techniques by children of all ages and skill levels. There are many appropriate for intergenerational groups with little quilting experience as well as some new ideas for seasoned quilters to enjoy.
(PowerPoint and quilts to share)

Innovative Quilts, Traditional Roots

This illustrated lecture is a review of Maggie’s years as a quilter including her experiences teaching kids to quilt and voluntary work in Mongolia – inspirations, growth, and evolution.
(PowerPoint and quilts to share)

Innovative Quilts, Traditional Roots - Trunk Show

A lecture with quilt show, reviewing Maggie’s years as a quilter including her experiences teaching kids to quilt and voluntary work in Mongolia - inspirations, growth, and evolution.

Quilters without Borders - Piecing together a better future for Mongolian quilters

In June 2004, Maggie visited Mongolia as a volunteer to teach quilting to low income and unemployed women. She returned in June 2006 to help organize the first International Quilt Show in Mongolia, and again in 2009 to teach and visit the new Mongolian Quilting Center in Ulaanbaatar. This illustrated lecture recounts Maggie’s experiences teaching and traveling in Mongolia, a land rich in tradition and beauty, and her continuing association with the Mongolian quilters.
(PowerPoint and quilts to share)

Judging
Maggie is trained and certified by the Northern California Quilt Council to judge quilts and wearable art. Contact her for a judging résumé.

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