A longtime seamstress, Georgia moved to North Carolina in 1972, when she became interested in quilting. Her popular television series “Lap Quilting with Georgia Bonesteel” led to her authoring several books on the subject. In 2005, Georgia partnered with her son, filmmaker Paul Bonesteel, to produce the documentaryThe Great American Quilt Revival. Currently, Georgia is active with the Hendersonville quilting community’s project Quilt Block Trails.
Georgia will demonstrate step-by-step hand quilting in and out of a hoop. Expect to spend personal time with a needle and thread in the all important connection. You will get energized to go forward toward a pleasing surface with lovely shadows. It is all about time and energy!
- A pieced block with or without borders to measure at least 18” with batting and backing matching size OR a comparable small project in progress
- Thread for basting;
- Quilting thread;
- Short needles (#8, 9 or 10)
- Small scissors;
- A 14” to 16” round hoop, if you use that for quilting; Hoops will be available to try.
- A marker for quilting lines: #2 pencil, chalk marker, masking tape, etc.