For Gail, quilting began as a whim, when friends convinced her to take a hand-quilting class. more
Gail lectures and conducts workshops to quilters throughout the U.S. and abroad… more
My quilting buddies and I also enjoy the outdoors so we formed a Quilter’s Hiking Group… more
Gail Garber frequently teaches for quilting tours…. more
Have you taken one of Gail’s single day classes, learned the stitching techniques and been intrigued by the designing aspects? Want to know more? If so, this is the class for you, held at the remarkable facilities of the National Quilt Museum in beautiful Paducah, Kentucky, right in the heart of Quilt Country.
Join me for a three day workshop where each student will learn to create their own original designed quilt, complete with free-form geese creating motion and adding light. It’s simple and easy with a ruler and compass, even for those who hate math. This class is designed for the student who desires an in-depth experience: exploring all aspects of crating innovative geometric quilts. Students will learn design, color selection, use of contrast and scale, and stitching techniques that include freezer paper foundation piecing.
Right after I finish teaching the National Quilt Museum class, I fly to Houston to teach at International Quilt Festival.
My Little House of Geese class, taught on Monday, is already full.
#257: Lecture “Great Group Quilts” at 4 p.m. (be sure to check this out! My very own version of Quilt in a Day.
#322: Transitions — From Tradition to Art Quilt still has openings.
#446: Color and Contrast in Quilting also still has openings.
Contact me if you have any questions! I would love to see you at International Quilt Festival!