Road to California Workshop Give Away & MORE!

Last week, I shared with you the complete list of the virtual workshops that I will be teaching in the next few months. You can read about that schedule here.

New School Workshop!

Today, I am holding a Holiday Quilt Workshop Give Away—along with BONUS items!

I am giving away one spot in each of the following workshops at Road to California aka Road@HOME. Here are the workshop descriptions including times and dates. Winners will receive a FREE spot in the workshop they have won, but they must still pay the $7 registration fee to Road to California.

BLOW IT UP—Big Block Quilt Composition
Description: Using the traditional quilt block as your starting point, we will enlarge and magnify the lines of the structure and use them as our skeleton for building a pieced composition. From there we will explore a variety of ways to create texture, pattern, and repetition in that space.
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
8AM -11AM and 1:30-4:30PM PST

Riffing on Tradition—Exploring Design Elements with Quilt Blocks
Description: In this workshop, we combine the basic design elements of art with the traditional quilt block to create interesting, new, and dynamic quilt units.
Thursday, January 21, 2021
8AM -11AM and 1:30-4:30PM PST

Treasure Map 2011

Artful Oven Mitts
Description: Learn all the basics of quilt making—piecing, quilting, and binding—while creating an artful oven mitt.These are perfect gifts for the holidays and are super fun to make.
Friday, January 22, 2021
8AM – 11AM PST

Color—It’s Relative

Description: Color is the one of the most important components to quilt making. This short and intense workshop is based on a series of mini-lectures and exercises designed to take your color usage to the next level.
Friday, January 22, 2021
1:30-4:30PM PST

OH! The Color!

I am also giving away a copy of my book AND an Artful Oven Mitt Pattern & Kit.

Here are the details for becoming a winner.

Decide what your top three picks are.
1. Blow it UP! Workshop
2. Riffing on Tradition Workshop
3. Artful Oven Mitt Workshop (You get the workshop and the kit for free.)
4. Color—It’s Relative Workshop
5. Improv Patchwork—Dynamic Quilts Made with Line & Shape (My BOOK)
6. Artful Oven Mitt Pattern & Kit

Post your selections in the comment section of this blog. You can simply write something like—I would love #2, #5, and #6!

If you really want to up the chances of your winning a workshop or bonus item, you can also post a comment on my Instagram and Facebook pages.

My Instagram feed is Tales of a Stitcher and you should comment on the post with this image.

My Facebook feed is also Tales of a Stitcher. Scroll down to find the post related to this blog post and make your comment there.

I also invite you to follow Road to California. Their social media is packed with fun details about the festival and their teachers. Plus, if you follow them, you will find out about other teacher workshop give aways. Here is how you do that.

Facebook
Blog
Instagram
Website

On Monday, December 28, 2020 at 6PM Alaska Standard Time, I will be concluding the Great Holiday Give Away and selecting the winners using a random number selector. All winners will be notified by email or the social media account they posted from.

Six chances to win. I hope you will join in on the fun!


I wish you all a very Merry Holiday Season. 2021 is around the corner! In the meantime, keep stitching. Making and creativity is good for the world.

 

 

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72 thoughts on “Road to California Workshop Give Away & MORE!

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  1. Donna Gober on said:

    I would love to win #1, #2, and #5. Thank you.

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  2. Karen MacIntosh on said:

    Enter me for # 3, # 4, # 5
    Fingers crossed!

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  3. Would love to win any of your classes or your book, Thanks for the chance to win! 2, 4, 5.

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  4. I love 1 2 and 5! Thank you for the opportunity to win.

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  5. Leslie Pope on said:

    I would love to take #1, #2, or #4. Thank you.

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  6. Laceflower on said:

    Like Leslie, I would love 1, 2 or 4. Been a huge fan of yours for years.

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  7. Telara McCullough on said:

    Hi. Your classes 1 and 2 sound wonderful. And I pick #4 as well. Love love love your work. 1

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  8. vsirag6711 on said:

    I would love #1, #2 or #4! 💕

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  9. Thank you! I would love #4, #4, #4! #2 would be okay too 😉

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  10. Wanda Brothers on said:

    #3, 4 and 6

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  11. Monica Fernandez on said:

    #4, #2, #1. Really looking forward to #4
    Thanks!

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  12. Gwen Mitsche on said:

    Awesome! #4, #2 & #1 would all be fun!

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  13. I’m getting in just under the wire, but would love #2, #4 and #5! I love your work – thank you Maria!`

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  14. I like #2 #3 and #4

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  15. barbvedder on said:

    My Picks are:
    #3
    #6
    #2

    I’ve loved the two workshops I’ve taken with you, Maria. Happy New Year from Connecticut
    Stay Warm and Well

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  16. Sherry P on said:

    Would love 1, 2 or 3! 🙂

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  17. Rose Pelfrey on said:

    Maria, I am assuming that all of these classes are live only and not recorded?

    Rose Pelfrey

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  18. Yes. They are live only and not recorded. Thank you Rose for helping clarify.

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