Award winning Fiber Artist Sandra Mollon of Northern California is coming to Fabrics Unlimited Feb 15-18, 2022 for a 4-day workshop to teach applique quilting from a photograph. You will be able to use your own photograph for this workshop. Don’t have one? No problem. You will also be able to purchase one of Sandra’s patterns if you’d like to. She will take you through the entire process from selecting fabrics, to appliqué techniques, shading and highlighting with inks and markers, and finally quilting. If you want to use your own photo, you will need to email a copy of it to Sandra prior to the workshop so that she can determine if it make a successful project.
Cost for this 4 day extraordinary event is only $250 + supplies. Your fee includes lunch each day. This workshop will fill up quickly, so call, come in, or register online today!
Sandra is an award winning quilter living in Northern California. She has been quilting for over 30 years, and teaching for 18 years.
Sandra began as a traditional quilter, specializing in hand applique for a couple of decades. You can see a few of her quilts in the book, 500 Traditional Quilts by Lark Publications. She is currently working on a book to be released in 2021 with C & T Publication for her original designed quilt, Seasons of Life.
She has had many quilts juried into large international and regional juried shows. Her traditional quilt, Seasons of Life won a major award in 2019 both at Road to California (Outstanding Large Quilt), and at the 2019 AQS Paducah show it won a purchase award and is in the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, KY.
Additionally her work in art quilting has wonderful many place awards, a Best Pictorial award and a 3rd place award in 2019 at PIQF, a 1st Place in Wall at MQX 2019, Best of Show Award and 1st place at the RCQG show in Sacramento Ca, 2018, and a 3rd place at Road to California in 2020.
She enjoys teaching as well as working on her art, and loves to travel and meet new people.
Go to https://www.sandramollonquilts.com for more info and to see her beautiful work.