|Windswept Snow - Tracey Lawko|
1. An all-star line-up of teachers and their workshops are filling up fast.
2. Great chance to meet up with “old” quilting friends and to also make some new ones.
|Pillars of Strength - Veronica Puskas|
3. See the latest gadgets and fabrics in our wonderful Merchant Mall.
4. See the “cream of the crop” quilts in the National Juried Show.
|Earthscapes - Janet Rhind|
5. Enjoy a phenomenal speaker/lecturer Weeks Ringle (Transforming Traditions: Modernism and Quilts)
|Alaska Nasturtium - Catherine Sloan|
6. Get inspired by all the wondrous works and you might be invigorated to start a new project or finish a UFO.
7. The opportunity to learn some interesting machine quilting skills.
8. Stay in an up-to-date residence with microwaves, fridges and TVs.
9. Visit another distinct part of Canada that you may not visit on your own.
10. Attend the closing banquet of the conference with a celebration of quilting, friends, a delicious meal, gifts and entertainment.
|Delft - Jim Wilford|