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ne of the highlights of attending our monthly meetings is the Program.

The informative and varied presentations are given by local, regional, and nationally recognized quilters. You will not only enjoy hearing from the experts, but you will observe slide shows, demonstrations, or tantalizing live trunk shows. Also, there is time for questions and answers for some up close and personal time with speakers. Be prepared to learn new techniques and be “challenged”.  Guests are always welcome to attend the programs for a small $10 fee.

May 17 Program: Grace Errea

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Information about our future monthly entertaining and inspiring programs will be posted as details are finalized.

  • May 17, 2018 Program: Grace Errea

    Fiber artist, designer, quilter, and author, Grace J. Errea, began quilting in 2000. Her art focuses on the depiction of inspiring scenes in a value-based contemporary-realistic manner. She feels very fortunate to have many of her first quilts become exhibited in juried shows and be recognized for their innovation in...

  • April 2018 Program: Linda McLaughlin

    “Can Daily Stitching Really Change Your Life?” Linda McLaughlin has been a full-time fiber artist for the past 22 years. Until 2009, she traveled the western U.S. selling her hand dyed and printed fabrics at quilt shows. She now creates art work from her fabrics. Her award-winning work has been...

  • March 2018 Program: Jo Baner and Challenge Reveal

    Jo Baner is a quilt artist and long-arm quilter from Ferndale, WA. She taught herself to quilt over 30 years ago. Starting out making traditional quilt blocks and hand quilting, she discovered machine quilting in the late 90’s and the passion grew. She became interested in pictorial quilting in the...

  • February 2018 Program: Carol Caba

    Carol Caba will present “Quilting Through the Ages”. She will share her knowledge of the changes in fabrics and quilting from the early settlement of America to the present day. She will have treasured quilts on display during the presentation. Her quilts represent a love for Civil War reproduction fabrics...

  • November 2017 Program: 2018 Guild Challenge

    Rules were issued at the November 16, 2017 BBQ Membership meeting. The goal is to try something inspired by the sun, moon and/stars or any heavenly body (ies) in the areas of astrology or astronomy. Finished quilts will be selected by the membership at the BBQ Member Meeting March 15,...

  • October 19, 2017 Program: Madi Hastings “Laser Cut Quilts”

    Madi Hastings grew up at odds with the quilting world, and having spurned her mother’s best efforts to domesticate her with sewing classes and needleturn applique`, it seemed there was little hope that she would ever be caught at a sewing machine again. Her mother, a self-declared utilitarian, was not...

  • August 2017 Program: Barbara Smith, 2017 Featured Quilt Artist

    Barbara has been a member of the Boise Basin Quilt Guild since the early 90’s and served in a variety of offices over the years. She is also the chairperson of the Treasure Valley Applique Society. Barbara is honored to be the guest quilter for the 2017 BBQ quilt show...

  • June 2017 Program: Shirley Harrison “2017 Guild UFO Challenge Presentation”

    The Challenge Quilts winners were introduced. Participants described the technique/project they undertook and why they were inspired to enter the challenge. All Challenge participants received a sweet pea pod zippered pouch with binding clips and one lucky entrant received their next year’s membership dues paid! There were more participant prizes...

  • May 2017 Program: Barbara Grant “Masterpiece Quilts from the DAR Museum Collection”

    Barbara Grant, Long Range Docent for Daughters of the American Revolution Museum (DAR) in Washington DC will present the program. The museum ranks as one the top attractions in the DC area on Trip Advisor. Barbara is not a quilter herself, but has had 5 years of docent training. She...

  • April 2017 Program: Karla Alexander “Lift the Quilts Out of Your Stash”

    Karla Alexander, Saginaw Street Quilts Karla presented an informative discussion for quilt makers of all skill levels and experience. Attendees saw ways to look at their stash in a whole new way and start using their fabric instead of just admiring them! Karla told us to enjoy the confidence gained...

  • March 2017 Program: Marcia Harmening “A Quilter’s Journey: From Appreciation to Imitation to Creation”

    Marcia Harmening, Happy Stash Quilts Even a country bumpkin tom boy can morph themselves into a quilter. Marcia took the audience on a personal journey through the inspirational evolution of a quilter. Even her own mother, who was a sewing teacher, happily assisted Marcia in dumping her one and only...

  • February 2017 Program: Janet Nesbitt “Crazy Quilting”

    Janet Nesbitt is a quilt and fabric designer and owner of ONE S1STER LLC, a web based quilt company. For 18 years, she owned and operated Buggy Barn Quilts in Reardan, WA, as well as designing Buggy Barn’s popular line of quilt patterns and Henry Glass & Co. fabric collections....