Monday, April 11, 2016

Guild Event: Carolyn Friedlander Trunk Show, This Sunday 4/17!

Join the DCMQG this Sunday evening for a Trunk Show with the lovely Carolyn Friedlander.  All are welcome so bring a friend (or three)!  Carolyn will be sharing her gorgeous, intricate quilts with us and there will be fabric- & quilting-related pop-up shops for people to browse plus time for socializing.  We hope to see you there!

A recent quilt from Carolyn's blog featuring Kona's color of the year: Highlight.


Here are the details:

What--Carolyn Friedlander Trunk Show (plus pop-up shops!)
When--Sunday, April 176:30-7:30 pm
Where--Dallas Room (conference center) at the McLean Hilton Tysons Corner, 7920 Jones Branch Road, McLean, VA 22102 (Nearest Tyson's Galleria, aka Tyson's 2)
Cost--FREE (!) for DCMQG members, $10 (cash only) for guests at the door
Pop-up shops from our business members--Del Ray Fabrics, SuZQuilts, & Finch Sewing Studio; Shops open for browsing and buying at 5:30pm before the talk and will remain open afterwards as well.

 
She might even give us the scoop on her upcoming collection
 "Euclid" (featured in picture above from her blog)!

A little more about Carolyn--
Carolyn Friedlander specializes in modern quilt and sewing patterns. Carolyn’s aesthetic draws on elements of art, architecture, and the history of quiltmaking (e.g., an abundance of needle turn, hand applique as well as machine piecing). Carolyn grew up in Lake Wales, Florida on a cattle and citrus ranch and pursued a formal design education in college and graduated with a B.A. in Architecture. After a stint in the professional architecture world, Carolyn sought a different occupation, one that would allow her to be wildly creative, utilize her design background, and work with her hands. It so happened that later that year, 2009, she learned to quilt. Carolyn’s custom machine quilting has received recognition at local and national shows. She began to create her own patterns. Her first fabric line with Robert Kaufman debuted in the fall of 2012, and her first book, Savor Each Stitch: Studio Quilting With Mindful Design, was published with Lucky Spool Media in 2014. Carolyn’s designs have been featured in many magazines, including Love Patchwork and Quilting, Stitch, American Patchwork and Quilting, and UPPERCASE.  http://carolynfriedlander.com.

2 comments:

  1. bummed i had to drop out of the class but will be at the trunk show!

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  2. I am going to trunk show but hear Metro is funky this weekend. Anyone have room for a rider?

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