Five Ways to Find A Teacher

BY DATE – Use Search the Calendar to find teacher’s bookings by state and date. Use this if you are looking for teachers who are already booked to teach near you. Useful for guilds and quilters who like to travel or just to see what’s happening in your state or a nearby state/province.

BY NAME – Use the search box on the sidebar to type in a teacher’s name and find more information about the teacher, such as their home state, their website link and their teaching specialties.

BY LOCATION – In the sidebar, click the name of the state or province to find all teachers who live in that state – you might be surprised!!

BY SPECIALTY – In the sidebar, click a tag to find all teachers who teach that technique.

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The Featured Teachers shown on the sidebar are those teachers who are eagerly seeking new teaching engagements and who have paid a nominal fee for premium placement.

Featured Teachers

I’m a published quilt designer, author of a new book on free motion quilting, pattern writer, teacher, and lecturer. I love supporting my charities, creating quilts and sharing techniques for making things easier. Contact me at SallyKromberg @ hotmail.com


Kathie-Beltz-125I am totally addicted to quilting, and enjoy associating with other quilters who are equally addicted. I’ve been quilting since 1995, teaching since 2004, and judging quilts since 2007. I concentrate on machine piecing and quilting, and I’m always trying new techniques, gadgets and patterns. Contact me at Kathie @ KathieBeltz.com


Wendy-Mamattah-2Hi, I am Wendy Mamattah, the creator of the African inspired Asabone dance quilt patterns and the East African Masai art quilt patterns, I would love to visit guilds all over the country for colorful trunk shows, lectures, and to teach great workshops. Just invite me! Contact her at dancinginkente @ gmail.com


Beth-Helfter2Beth is entertaining and often has her audience in stitches. Count on her to teach you something and make you happy while you’re learning. Her “Give it a Scrap Slap” trunk show is popular and her “Kickin’ Stash” workshop is a best seller. Get Beth signed up to teach for your group by contacting her at evapaigequilts @ charter.net today!


JoanDerylakWho doesn’t love quilted clothing? It shows our passion to the world and instantly connects us with other quilters. Let teacher Joan Derylak help you create the most gorgeous, figure flattering quilted clothing possible. Contact her today at joand @ figureflatteringquiltwear.com to schedule her classes for your guild!


Roxane-LessaRoxane is known as The Art Quilter’s Coach. She offers private, one-on-one coaching for quilters who want to design and make their own amazing art quilts, but don’t know where to begin. She also teaches small, intimate workshops for guilds and shops. Her coaching brings out the best in her students! Contact Roxane at roxane @ roxanelessa.com


CherylSleboda3My work can be found in national magazines, national exhibitions and quilt shows, and on Quilting Arts TV. I offer lectures on eTextiles and a trunk show of hundreds of mini art quilts. I teach on topics from electronics in quilting to heirloom dimensional sewing, to cartooning for quilters. Contact Cheryl at quilts @ muppin.com



SuziParron-2Suzi Parron is the traveling (in her RV) Barn Quilter. Her presentation will take you across the country with barn quilts and their fascinating stories. Suzi travels extensively across the country and is probably already booked near you – contact her now to arrange a show for YOUR guild! suziparron @ gmail.com



Marguerita McManus is the author of several quilt-as-you-go books, including “Crazy Shortcut Quilts” and she loves giving trunk shows with real quilts to groups of quilters. She’s already on the road in her RV just waiting to come and teach for you. Drop her a note at MMQuilts @ gmail.com


CarolLylesShawCarole Lyles Shaw is an enthusiastic modern quilter and mixed media artist. She brings her painless and fun approach to improvisational modern quilting to her lectures and workshops. Take a look at her workshops and contact her from her website for information. You can reach Carole at Carole @ lyles.net


Melody-CrustMelody Crust is an award winning quilter, nationally celebrated fabric artist, author and quilt judge who brings her natural teaching ability and contagious enthusiasm to quilters from coast to coast. Contact Melody at melody @ melodycrust.com


Nancy-Eha-portrait3Nancy Eha has explored beading on fabric for 20+ years. She has spent countless hours asking “What If?” questions with her chosen materials. Doing so she has developed new and unique beading stitches and techniques that go far beyond the tradition five bead embroidery stitches. Contact Nancy at nancyeha @ beadcreative.com

Brenda Miller

Home: Strathroy, Ontario, Canada

Bags are Brenda’s specialty. The author of over 90 patterns Brenda has taught bag making as far away as China. She’s been published in numerous magazines and would be delighted share her bag making talents with your group. Find her online at Among Brenda’s Quilts and at Make Bags With Brenda. Contact her directly at amongbrendasquilts @ gmail.com

Kathryn Groves

Home: Brighton, Michigan.

An educator for more than 30 years, Kathy brings her love of quilting, teaching and problem solving to the classroom. From lectures to demonstrations, classes, workshops and retreats, Kathy will happily work with you to create the custom experience for you and your students.

Kathy teaches a wide variety of quilting skills. A graduate of Quilt University by Electric Quilt, she can help you navigate their extraordinary block and quilt design software. Kathy teaches classes for beginning quilters, quilters who want to improve their skills or just those who want to tackle a new type of project. Traditional piecing, machine applique (both raw edge AND non-raw edge!!), techniques such as mitering corners, Y seams, borders and binding accents and more.

Kathy is currently in the process of becoming a Quiltworx Certified Instructor — and has made more than 20 of Judy Niemeyer’s foundation paper pieced quilts. From beginners projects to king-sized heirloom quilts… Kathy can help you go from start to finish on one of these stunning quilts.

Visit Kathy at BobKat Quilts on Facebook… or at www.bobkatquilts.com. You can reach Kathy at BobKat_Quilts@comcast.net (810) 337-8458 (810) 33-Quilt

Kathy is ready to talk to you about the perfect guild presentation and workshop or to be featured at your shop or retreat. Kathy is happy to travel throughout the midwest and beyond.

Jennifer Falkowski

Home: Madison, Wisconsin

Jennifer Falkowski is a textile designer and indigo dyer. She specializes in traditional Japanese shibori patterns. Jennifer teaches classes in and around Madison WI and co-runs the popular yearly Deep Into Indigo Retreat in Westby WI. She is a first rate speaker for quilt guilds and shops. Her enthusiasm and love for indigo dye is contagious. You can find out more about Jennifer
on her website or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Jenniferdyes.

Cheryl Schenck

Home: Madison, Wisconsin

Cheryl is a favorite among students! She teaches quilting classes and is a certified TuffetSource affiliate as well as a certified McTavishing instructor. She teaches classes ranging from beginning quiltmaking to free-motion quilting.

One hour lectures include “Tuffetmaking: From First Stitch to Last Staple,” “McTavishing,” and “Bindings, Labels, and Sleeves, Oh My!”

Read more on her website unSpooled and check her out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/unspooledwi

Sally Johnson

Home: Cape Cod, Massachusetts

National & International published quilt designer, teacher, quilter, lecturer, and supporter of local charities. I’m excited to share what I have learned with quilting and sewing and how to create beautiful works of art with easy to learn techniques. I have sewn for 40+ years and have quilted for since 2010. I am a Longtime supporter of Veterans Services.

In addition to publishing my own patterns, I design patterns for a couple of major quilt magazines. Like: American Quilter Magazine, Quilters Newsletter, and most recently I made the cover of Generation Q Magazine (September/October 2015). In addition to the above I am also a Island Batik Brand Ambassador and I and thrill to share my new page here called “All Great Things Sulky” where I am an Endorsed Designer and I was just approved as on of Sulky’s Newest Affiliates. So hop on over here to my new page to see all things new with Sulky Thread. And just wrote my first book available here called Free Motion Quilting on a Domestic Machine. Teaching at my LQS has been the highlight of my life for two years. I love teaching to those who want to have fun and learn the difference in all those techniques of quilting…

Let me be your creative coach in the world of cardmaking, scrappbooking, and quilting. Please visit my website
Sally’s Quilting Corner and take a look at my classes and workshops.

Contact Information: 1-774-487-2952
sallykromberg @ hotmail.com
tikerbell @ gmail.com