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I will be on the road again soon and may be coming to your area!  Here is my schedule for August and September.

If you would like more information about each class, click on the links provided below.

(I have a few opening in my 2019 schedule and am now booking 2020. If you would like me to come to your guild,  please fill out my online contact form  I will send your guild my teaching packet and we can see if I can fit your guild into my schedule.  Looking forward to hearing from you!)

 

August 2018

15-26: Alaska Cruise 

One of my favorite destinations is Alsasa and I’m looking foward to returning again in this cruise.  Even more special, we will be adding a land tour to the beginning of our cruise. (Did I mention quilt shops at every port!?!)

For complete details, click here.

For more information, call Amy at 866-573-6351 or visit Quilt Seminars at Sea

 

 

September 2018

12-15: AQS Quilt Week – Paducah
Paducah, Kentucky

19-20: Memphis Cotton Patcher’s Quilt Guild
Memphis, Tennessee

Lecture – Quilts of Illusion

 

Workshops – 

Patchwork Illusions

Click here for supply list

 

Contact: Sandra Tucker       Email:  sondratucker@gmail.com

Guild FaceBook page:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/memphiscottonpatchers/

 

 

 

September 2018

27-28: Quilters Unlimited
Chantilly, Virginia

 Lecture – Quilts of Illusion

Workshops – 

Patchwork Illusions

Click here for supply list

 

Contact: Rosemary Ryan      Email:  rosemary.ryan@cox.net

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I’m home for a few weeks in-between my teaching trips.

You might wonder what I do when I’m home. . . do I get to piece, quilt and create all day? I would love that, but there is so much to do as a traveling teacher when I’m home.  Working on my webpage, social media updates, working on new quilt designs for patterns, classes or booklets, guild contracts, upcoming class prep (printing handouts, preparing kits), thing like that.

I do sew as much as I can, but more often than not, I’m at my computer.

When I’m home, I do try to take time to enjoy our lovely town in middle Tennessee.

This is taken, looking at our courthouse square.  The sun was starting to set and the clouds were amazing.

Amazing evening skies this week #sky #home #columbiatn #clouds #moon #karencombs

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I love being able to  visit our local farmer’s market on Saturday mornings. . .

Hope you enjoyed a little peek at my time “at home”. . . .now back to my upcoming class prep.  . . .

 

I had the opportunity to visit the Quaking Aspen Quilt Guild in beautiful Boulder, Colorado in June.  Another amazing quilt guild in a lovely location.

This was the view from our classroom! Just beautiful!

It was a treat to be at their guild meeting. . . they had made comfort quilts for a children’s camp.  Each child attending the camp got their own quilt and matching pillow case.  The lecture location was filled with quilts for the camp and we all got a little teary-eyed, seeing all the quilts and knowing the joy they would bring to each child.

Thank you to Beth (past program chair) for inviting me to teach and lecture for her guild and thank you to Dayna (current program chair) for making my visit so pleasant.  It was a pleasure to be with all of you!

In June, I had a wonderful visit with the Quilters Anonymous Quilt Guild in Shoreline, Washington.

It was a special treat to visit such a beautiful area.  I had an opportunity to walk around near-by Edmonds, Washington,  flowers were everywhere! If you click on my Instagram photo, you can see more photos from my visit.

If you are visiting the area, I highly recommend taking the ferry from Edmonds to Kingston.  It was a lovely trip and round trip was about $8, if you are a walk-on passenger.

The day was clear and the sun was out, I even go a look at Mt Baker and Mt Rainier.  Made the ferry ride even more special

A few scenes around Edmonds, Washington #travel #flowers #water #sky #karencombs

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The members of the guild were so much fun and so friendly. . . I felt as if I walked into a room full of friends (which actually what I did!)

Dianna, Patsy, Lorraine and Barbara (joint program chairs) made my visit so special and I had such a wonderful time with the guild.  Thank you to all, I hope to return in the future to your beautiful area.

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Our online newsletter is a perfect way to keep up on all news, such as my classes, where I’m teaching, special newsletter sales, new patterns and other special items.

I send out our newsletter only 2-3 times a year, so your email inbox won’t be filled with emails from us.

In June, we sent out our latest newsletter.  If you would like to be added to our newsletter mailing list, click here.

 

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You can view the newsletter online here. 

Or you can sign up to have each newsletter delivered to your email by signing up  on my website at www.karencombs.com  

(We only send out newsletters 2 or 3 times a year and we never sell your email address. )

 

 

 

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Karen Combs is a internationally known quilt teacher, author and fabric designer. Visit her web site at http://www.karencombs.com

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