Epworth Retreat - Sharon Keightley Quilts

Epworth Retreat

October 23, 2012 1 Comment

Hello Everyone I am excited about my next teaching  engagement. I am going to be teaching at the Epworth Retreat. November 10-11 2012. Epworth Retreat is a wonderful relaxing retreat on the shores of lake Kapiro. I have been fortunate to go to this retreat over the last few years and have always enjoyed meeting fellow quilters and sharing with friends. This year I will be sharing my techniques for applique, I am a self confessed lover of applique and as you have seen, my quilts never seem to be complete without it. Although there are one or two that I have refrained from adding applique to. I now do most of my applique be machine, but I love that it still has the look of hand work. I have taken the time to test various different applique techniques to get the look I prefer. I have then incorporated parts of these  and added my own tricks to create my preferred technique. I also have various tools that I use to create my applique. These tools make applique perfection easily achievable, without any special expertise. Jackie and I will also have the Pine Valley Quilts shop at the retreat, we will have a good stock of supplies for the class and loads of other goodies for everyone. These are the quilts I will be teaching. Posy Basket Quilt   I am also organizing my schedule for classes next year so if you have a group interested in one of my classes I am happy to organize a date to suit.   Happy Stitching Sharon



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Margaret Mew
Margaret Mew

August 03, 2016

Hello Sharon, it was lovely to meet you at the Melbourne Quilt Market. Your quilts are gorgeous. I’ve enjoyed looking at your blog and will pop by again.
cheers, Margaret

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