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Last updated: 20 April  2018

It's a new start for the 2019 Quilt Show.  Did you know  the Guild awards a free membership to whoever sells the most raffle tickets? That's a $25 value! 

Martha became seriously involved in the art quilt movement after moving to Katy Texas in 2000. Her work has been juried in numerous national and international competitions, winning a blue ribbon at the 2008 Houston International Quilt Festival. She was also a finalist in The National Quilt Museum’s contest, New Quilts from Old Favorite-2010 Sunflower and featured in the companion book by the same name. Martha loves to design quilts, be it an art quilt for international competition or a T-shirt quilt for a graduation gift. Her book and online class T-shirt Quilts Made Easy is the culmination of her efforts to offer her students fun, fast and attractive T-shirt quilt designs.  

Want to make a Unique and Interesting T-Shirt quilt?

T-shirt quilts are usually predictable with a standard straight setting of blocks all the same size. Martha DeLeonardis will share with us ideas and tips for making a T-shirt quilt that is one of a kind! It is not the standard square set with sashing. This quilt can have different size blocks in a unique setting chosen by you. Come and be inspired!

In her workshop she will teach you how to make a Great T-shirt quilt that is your own design. She will also show you the best products and techniques to make this an enjoyable and easy process. You will make an interesting T-Shirt quilt that will be fun to design and look at! T Shirts represent special memories for us and our family members. Turn them into keepsakes for the future.


T-shirt Quilts Made Easy - A One Day Workshop

Wrangle-up those odd sized T-shirts into a memory quilt using a fast and fun technique that utilizes charm packs. The throw size quilt which you will be working on in class can later be expanded to a larger size.  

​$30 - Contact Cathy Woodson or Rhonda Chapman