Program - October 18th- Cynthis Regone - Mixed Technique

Mixed Technique...It's just like gumbo!

Cynthis Regone

Mix in a little bit of this and a little bit of that and you have made gumbo. What a great way to experiment with different techniques than by using them all in one quilt.

The lecture will feature quilts using applique and piecing in different settings. Showcasing applique in medallion quilts, row quilts, alternate blocks, and in borders gives a quilt many different looks.

Of course, piecing is included in the same way. What a fun way to make a quilt and not be committed to just one method. How boring! A trunk show will include at least two to three dozen quilts that will hopefully inspire your members.

Workshop - October 17th - Kaleidoscope Stars

The kaleidoscope block is very doable with the right tools and pressing techniques.

Whether your choice is batiks, jewel tone solids, or even reproductions, with the right combination of light and dark fabric, you will create a colorful "spinning"appearance.

So join us for a day of fun making 7" kaleidoscope blocks.

Kaleidoscope Stars Supply List (PDF)
(you can right-click the link above if you wish to save to your computer)

Cynthia's Bio

Cynthia LeBlanc Regone was born in the heart of Cajun country, in Lafayette, Louisiana. She and her husband have three children. She is a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

Besides playing in three different tennis leagues, this busy mom still finds time to pursue her passion for quilting, reading, "doing lunch with friends", performance cars, cooking, and traveling.

Cynthia started quilting in 1981 and within ten years was producing award-winning quilts. She lectures and teaches throughout the United States. She has served on the board of several state and local guilds in Oklahoma and Texas. She was a featured teacher at the 31st Annual National Quilting Association Show in 2000 and teaches at the International Quilt Festival in Houston, Texas.

Several of her designs have been featured in Fons and Porters magazine Love of Quilting, Quilt Works Today, and Quilting Today magazines. Her quilt "Red Hot Flannel" was featured in the 2005 Love of

Quilting Calendar. In April 2007, That Patchwork Place published her first quilting book "Colorful Quilts - A Journey Through Fabric". A separate pattern has been distributed by Martingale Press for her quilt design titled "Sweet Pea Manor". Her quilt "Cherry Picking Time" appeared in the 2008 Calendar for That Patchwork Place. Her quilt "Black Eyed Susans" was one of 15 quilts featured in the Martingale Press book Creative Quilts Vol. III, which was published in the Spring of 2008.

True to her roots, Cynthia designs under her own quilt pattern label named, Cajun Classics.

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Monthly Programs

2019

October - Cynthia Regone
www.cajunclassicsquilts.com
Program - "Mixed Technique...It's just like gumbo!"
Workshop - TBD

November - Martha Lindberg
FB@MarthaDillLindberg
Program - Trunk Show
Workshop - Wonky Dresden Neighborhood

December - Holiday Celebration

2020

January - Annette Plog
www.petitequilts.com/

February - Judy Steward
www.judysteward.com

March - Heather Pregger
http://www.heatherquiltz.com/

April - Pam Gantz

May - Leo Ransom
https://www.facebook.com/ransomedartwork/