Lectures/trunk show


I am available for travel.  My lecture/trunk show ( Time Span Quilts: UFO to Heirloom) consists of a power point presentation showing the stages of work on various antique tops from start to finish, including repairs as needed, washing, batting, hand quilting, and finishing…followed by showing the actual finished quilt.  My fee is $300 and travel expenses are additional

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13 thoughts on “Lectures/trunk show

  1. peppercory says:

    Hi Tim-Just discovered your blog. As a lifetime hand quilter, who was taught by the ladies of the German Lutheran Church of Lansing, MI, I’m thinking it must be something in the water! Keep the faith–are you on the Celebrate Hand Quilting group of facebook? Check my stuff out at Pepper at the Quilt Studio and Quilt Flap–both blogs. All the best–what needles do you like? Cheers from North Carolina (we moved here 16 years ago and though I miss Michiganders, I don’t miss the winter weather!) Pepper Cory

    • timquilts says:

      Hi
      Glad to hear from another Michigander!…I dont do facebook but I do sometimes contribute to celebrate hand quilting. I will check out your blogs.
      My Favorite needles are Bohen….today I am using #11….but I will change needle depending on the fabric
      Thanks for visiting

  2. Donna K says:

    Hi Tim
    I love looking at your quilting.
    Do you have a calendar or schedule where and when your lectures are?
    Donna

  3. [...] I am getting ready to do a Lecture/Trunk Show at the Thornapple River Rippers Quilt [...]

  4. Hi Tim. Just discovered you from the Celebrate Hand Quilting blog hop. You do beautiful work.
    Best wishes and happy quilting.

  5. Teri Powers says:

    Tim I am looking for your info on how to add binding

  6. Teri powers says:

    Thanks so much Tim. I have now added it to my iPad for easy reference. I am going to be adding binding to a quilt tomorrow and wanted to try your method.

  7. denise says:

    awesome work! thanks for sharing!

  8. […] I use my quilts in Lectures/Trunk shows.  Nothing works as well as an actual quilt to demonstrate […]

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