Michelle has been sewing since before she can remember, and fell in love with quilting over 25 years ago.
Michelle Renee is a certified Professional Process Expert (LSSMBB); she uses her process improvement techniques and applies them to her quilting and teaching others how to simplify their piecing while improving the quality of their quilt making. Michelle Renee teaches throughout the United States at National Quilt Shows and Retreats!
Michelle Renee is the designer for her own pattern line Sew On The Go and her designs have appeared in several international Quilting Magazines. Additionally, she is a Certified Instructor for Studio 180 Design and many of her patterns have been published in their Modern 180 pattern line.
Michelle Renee is known for her humor, enthusiasm and encouragement!
Michelle Renee is available for Lectures /Trunk Shows, Workshops and Retreats at Quilt Guilds, Quilt Shops, and Quilt Shows. Check out the Lecture/Workshop page or contact Michelle Renee for pricing.
Email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Michelle for Lecture and Workshop Rates.
Travel Expenses will apply from Michelle's home in Huntington, CT.
Any travel distances over 100 miles requires a Workshop to be booked with a Lecture/Trunk Show and at least one night hotel lodging . Two night lodging may apply for longer distances.
Full Day Workshops can be booked independent of a Lecture/Trunk Show, however depending on travel distance, other travel requirements may apply (Lodging and Meals)
Huntington, CT 06484, US
Michelle Renee will present and describe her quilts created over the years, some of them award winning and/or appearing in Quilt Magazines. She will demonstrate her progression and development as a quilter and designer over the last 20 years.
WHEN LIFE GIVE YOU FAT QUARTERS, MAKE A QUILT
Michelle reflects on how she fell in love with quilting and how it has been there through life’s peaks and valleys, providing her peace and therapy when she has needed it most.
Additionally, Michelle describes how she got into designing quilts and how you can go about changing fabric and color placement to make quilts your own. Michelle shows numerous alternate versions of quilts. She explains how she went about changing color placement and values, to change the feel of a quilt, and how you can do it too!
Organizing Your Ps, Qs, and Sewing Time - Helping you get the most out of your sewing time available by organizing your piecing and quilting time.
NEW – Mind yours Bs while Quilting - The quilt center is now complete, now take your time with those Borders, Backings and Bindings to get quality quilts, you both deserve it. Can be independently turned into 4 hours hands-on workshop.
With some basic preparation and rotary cutting in advance as outlined in the supply list, students will learn one technique and be able to construct at least one or two blocks in class and leave with the confidence and expertise necessary to complete the quilt at home.
With some basic preparation and rotary cutting in advance as outlined in the supply list, students will learn the two-three techniques and be able to construct at least one or two blocks in class and leave with the confidence and expertise necessary to complete the quilt at home
With some preparation as outlined in the supply list before class, students will learn the technique and have ample time to construct blocks and piece a major portion or possibly the entire quilt top during the workshop.