Classes, Workshops, Retreats, Lectures
Classes & Lectures - Mavis regularly teaches beginning and specialty quilting classes locally and around the State of Georgia. “Have suitcase; will travel”
All-Nighters - Yes! We sew all night! Usually scheduled from 6 PM to 6 AM, it’s hard to get the students to leave in the morning! With the special project and other interesting happenings during the night, it can be a great guild activity or Quilt Store Bonus Class. There are several All-Nighter Project Books to choose from when you schedule this event or tell us your thoughts and we’ll create one for your group! You won’t believe how fast the night flies by!
Retreats - Personally designed retreat or workshop specifically tailored to your groups’ interest and needs at your location or ours. You can also choose from a list of ready-to-go quilting projects! All retreats include patterns, supply lists and lots of individualized attention. We can even organize a shop hop before the retreat to help with fabric selection or just plain old FUN! Group sizes range from 10 participants upwards.
|Please contact Quiltbird Studio for more information and scheduling on Classes, Workshops, Retreats, and/or Lectures...we have FUN!
Mavis will be classroom teaching at the 2011 GEORGIA QUILT SHOW October 20-22, in Atlanta, GA, (Duluth) where she is currently scheduled to showcase a new pattern, teach longarm techniques and lecturing on how to start your own longarm business. Get the latest GA Quilt Show information here:
BONUS: Sign up for one of my classes at the GA Quilt Show; then email me you’re coming and in class I’ll have a little special surprise for YOU!
Click on link to watch Quiltbird Studio's humorous longarm quilting video. This video is used in the class 'The Buzz on the Longarm Biz' first presented at the 2008 Georgia Quilt Show. The song 'You Can Quilt that Out' is by Cathy Miller. You can find her music at: www.singingquilter.com
. After emails, Cathy wrote the song 'Done is Better than Perfect' suggested by Mavis as inspiration to new quilters everywhere who worry too much about 'quilter's perfection' over learning new skills and having fun!