January 2021 PQG Membership Meeting
January 21, 2021 Via Zoom
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Social Hour begins at 12:00
Program: "Love Where You Create: It's Not a One Size Fits Solution"
Learn to build a creative place that works for you, your space, your your budget and where you are right now.Speaker: Lilo Bowman
Lilo Bowman has worked as a floral designer translator, tour guide, wedding planner and is now editor-in-chief of the TheQuiltShow.com. Her work has been varied, often challenging, but always creative.
Since early childhood she has been instilled with the desire for and love of doing something with your hands, learned by observing the varied and beautiful items crafted by both of her grandmothers. Raised in a German culture, Lilo was always keenly aware of and fascinated with objects (whether utilitarian or decorative) that were attractively displayed while still being orderly.
Food, travel (both as a military wife and tourist) and curiosity about other cultures have also played a large role in shaping Lilo's sense of taste and design and her understanding of how others prioritize the items they choose to have in their homes. Being surrounded by strong, independent and civic-minded female role models has instilled a sense of "you can do this" and "consider others" along the way.
When not working, Lilo travels, gardens, works on DIY projects with a ragtag bunch of rescue pets nearby and spends time with her extended, loud, noisy, always food- and travel-talking family.
Check her website for more information: www.lilobowman.com
Note: There will be no workshop in January.
Our First Zoom Workshop
On the left is a picture of the attendees of the Mel Beach, "Slice of Improv!" workshop, including Mel Beach, second from the left. Everyone said they had a great time and learned a lot. For several it was their first time attending an online workshop. For others, they had found them successful and wanted to attend this one as well.
The Palmetto Quilt Guild, Incorporated is a South Carolina nonprofit corporation dedicated to promoting and preserving the art of quilting through our educational and charitable activities.
Our Purpose: Promote and preserve the art of quilting; Educate the membership on the history of quilting, its intricacies and ongoing evolution, and provide the opportunity for education, communication and participation to enhance the member’s enjoyment in the art of quilting; Promote the art and craft of quilting to the general public by increasing awareness of quilt history, design, and preservation through education and exhibits.
We have 10 membership meetings a year, which are open to the public, and feature nationally-known speakers who share their quilting knowledge and skills through our workshop program. Guests are welcome!
Members get together more informally through our various Bees, and to increase awareness in the quilting arts, The Guild presents a judged Quilt Festival with over 150 quilts on display.
The Palmetto Quilt Guild offers a wonderful opportunity for beginning to experience quilters to share a common passion for the art of quilting. We welcome new members!
Become a member of the Palmetto quilt guild
The Palmetto Quilt Guild welcomes new members! Whether you want to learn to quilt, or you are an experienced quilter, membership in the Guild offers a wonderful opportunity to meet interesting and talented quilters who always are willing to share their knowledge, experience and passion for the art of quilting, as well as, an opportunity to support our Lowcountry nonprofit organizations through our Community Service and Outreach Programs.