For more than 35 years, QBL has been bringing world-class faculty to Central NY for 2 weeks each summer. This year, we have invited new teachers such as Gloria Loughman to teach alongside QBL veterans such as Jeannette DeNicolis Meyer and Victoria Findlay Wolfe who is returning for her second year at QBL. Read more about their classes below!
Light Up Your Landscape
Gloria Loughman - July 18 - 22
Light is one of the most powerful tools that an artist can use in a composition. Fusing small squares, rectangles or diamonds of fabric, students can build up a landscape background that is full of light, contrasts and drama. READ MORE
Paper or Plastic? Subversive Materials and Growing Your Work
Jeanette DeNicolis Meyer - July 18 - 22
Fabric and thread are the fiber artist's raw materials and most of us work with commercial or hand-dyed cotton in our studios or sewing rooms. Have you ever wondered how your artwork would evolve if your art supplies changed? READ MORE
Stretched-Hex & Tumbler 'Scrap Buster'
Victoria Findlay Wolfe - July 25 & 26
Add new angles to your quilts through PLAY with these great stretched hexagon & tumbler shapes! Learn or practice those Y-seams. Clever settings require only easy, wide Y-seams-and there are fewer of them than you think! READ MORE
Bright Lights, Big City Double Wedding Ring Quilt
Victoria Findlay Wolfe - July 27 - 29
Learn Paper Piecing and my helpful tips for curved piecing to make this "Big Mama" of a Double Wedding Ring Quilt. READ MORE