Workshops are a great way to learn new designs and techniques from our guest speakers.   Generally, QAQG offers 2 or 3 workshops per year.  Workshops and their information will be posted here as they are scheduled.  We are currently offering workshops in person, on demand, or via Zoom. The cost varies by instructor.  E-mail Pam Breig,, for more information and to offer your ideas and suggestions.

EPP Lucy Boston block Workshop with Jane Farrell 

  • Date and Time:  Friday, June 21, 2024, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Location:  BVCC, 7100 S. Boulder Road, Boulder, Colorado
  • Cost:  Members: $25, Non-members: $30
  • Registration Form Below

If you have ever wanted to learn more about English Paper Piecing, this is the workshop for you!  Jane will guide us through techniques for cutting – including fussy cutting, basting and how to sew pieces together to complete two blocks. She will share ideas on how to use individual blocks or complete more to make an entire quilt. 

Supplies: Needle and thread for basting pieces. Jane uses regular thread and a sharp needle. (option: glue pen for basting) 
Fabric scissors or small rotary cutter and mat 
Your favorite small ruler (1”x 12”, 2” x 6”) 
Marking pen(s) of your choice to outline template on fabric 
Thimble if you use one for hand sewing

Kits:  Kits may be requested at registration. You can pick up your kit at the guild meeting or at the workshop with payment made directly to Jane Farrell with cash or check. 

  • Option 1:  $0 No kit. Choose your own fabric, purchase paper pieces, 1-inch honeycombs. You supply needles, thread, clips. This is a good option if you have experience and supplies for EPP. 
  • Option 2: $15 Choose your own fabric. Kit includes: 50 paper pieces (enough for 2 blocks), Acrylic template, bobbin of 60 wt SoFine thread, 2 needles, and binder clips. 
  • Option 3: $30 Kit with 4 fat quarters curated for fussy cutting. 50 paper pieces (enough for 2 blocks). Acrylic template. Bobbin of 60 wt SoFine thread, 2 needles and binder clips for holding pieces together. 

Jane recommends this site for inspiration especially if you plan to bring your own fabric. Alewives Fabrics | lucy boston sewing | curated modern quilting |Maine. They put together kits for the Lucy Boston blocks each week. 

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