"Viewpoints and Q-points" panel to share views about making quilts

Got a favorite quilting tool, resource or technique?

Come and listen to ChattMQG panel members as they share their quilting viewpoints and experiences Saturday, Feb. 11 at 10 a.m.

Have you ever wondered what a fellow quilter’s favorite thread is, the latest tool or gadget s/he’s excited about, or what tips they have for getting perfect bindings? If so, you won’t want to miss “Viewpoints and Q-points”, a panel discussion set for the February Chattanooga Modern Quilt Guild meeting.

As with many quilters, you've likely studied and learned your craft from myriad resources and have developed “your own” ways of doing things. But perhaps there is something that you’ve been contemplating... or struggling with. Could one of your fellow guild members have a brilliant solution or tip that you hadn’t thought of? Come and find out at the February 11 guild meeting.

In “Viewpoints and Q-points,” panel participants and ChattMQG members Jackie Cory, Theresa Kitchell, Carolyn Rippee, Joan Thornbury and our panel moderator, Veronica Hofman-Ortega, will share their experiences and views on a broad range of quilting topics—from choosing fabrics and design inspiration to favorite tools and the use of technology in the quiltmaking process. With a robust list of questions planned for the panel members—several taken directly from the 2016 brainstorming session—we hope to have a lively and informative discussion… and possibly provide an answer to a quilting quandary you’ve been pondering.