QUILT HAWAII '03 by wuxiangyu


									           QUILT HAWAI’I 2011
                    Marriott Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa
                     Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii
                           June 28 – July 3, 2011
    Classes, Quilt Show, Vendors Mall, Tours, Evening Programs
                      …All this with ALOHA!
Show Opening: Wednesday                         June 29 1 PM – 6:00 PM
              Thursday – Saturday               July 2  9 AM – 5:30 PM
                          Sunday                July 3  9 AM – 5:00 PM
                             Daily Admission $3
                                  Join us on the beautiful island of O’ahu for QUILT HAWAI’I 2011 – A
                                  quilt show and conference!
                                  Celebrate the beauty and excitement in the art of quilt making in a
                                  stunning hotel setting in Honolulu on beautiful Waikiki Beach. Enjoy a
                                  quilt show with many beautiful quilts from traditional Hawaiian
                                  designs, to contemporary art quilts, as well as shopping with many
                                  tempting vendors. Take classes with teachers from across the USA,
                                  the Hawaiian Islands and Japan. Graduate from the School of
                                  Threadology’s 3 day seminar as a Certified Threadologist! Enjoy a fun
                                  filled Island tour with sightseeing, shopping and island food. Share
                                  ALOHA with fellow quilters, meet old friends and enjoy making new
                                  friends. Have a wonderful time and a quilting experience you’ll long
                                  remember. All this with the ALOHA spirit in a beautiful tropical setting.

                       Faye Labanaris and Ellen Peters
               Heather and Bob Purcell, Utah          Annie Unrein, Utah
              Meg Maeda, Tokyo                       Pat Yamin, New York
              Sonja Hagemann, Oahu                   Kathy Tripp, Hawaii
              Lisa Adams, Hawaii                     Jelena Clay, Hawaii
               Kele Kanahele, Hawaii                 Lorraine Tokoyama, Oahu
              Superior Threads                         www.superiorthreads.com
              Flynn Quilt Frame Company                www.flynnquilt.com
              Keepsake Quilting                        www.keepsakequilting.com

          QUILT HAWAI’I is produced by Quilt Ventures, LLC
                Visit us at www.quiltventures.com
     WELCOME TO QUILT HAWAI’I ‘11                                              for pre-arranged ground transportation. Google Honolulu ground
                                                                               transportation for choices. You can also simply catch a Roberts
      Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii                                              Hawaii shuttle curbside, outside of baggage claim, without a
                                                                               prearranged reservation. 24 hour service. Call 1 800 831 5541 or
                        QUILT HAWAI’I is a quilt conference with               visit www.RobertsHawaii.com for ground transportation details.
                        classes, a quilt show, and vendors mall
                        held in Hawai’i. The beauty of the                     DRIVING DIRECTIONS
                        Hawaiian Islands offers memorable Aloha                Take the H1 Freeway – Eastbound to Honolulu. Exit at King Street
                        to QUILT HAWAI’I participants. Join us                 (25A). Head towards Kapahulu Avenue, then take a right onto
                        this year on the beautiful island of Oahu              Kapahulu Avenue. Continue approximately 2 miles, turn right onto
                        for our conference at the luxurious                    Kuhio Avenue. At the second traffic light turn left onto Ohua Avenue.
oceanfront hotel the Marriott Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa,                    Hotel is 1 block on the left.
Honolulu, Hawaii
                                                                               QUILT SHOW & VENDORS MALL HOURS
LOCATION Marriott Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa – everything                    Quilt show and vendors’ mall will be open Wednesday afternoon
you could want in one spectacular Resort!                                      June 29 from 1 to 6 PM and Thursday through Saturday, June 30
In a place where Hawaiian royalty once vacationed now sits the                 from 9 AM to 5:30 PM. On July 3 the show will close at 5 PM. You’ll
renowned Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. Located in the heart             enjoy beautiful quilts and be tempted by the many vendors with all
of Waikiki, just across the street from the most vibrant stretch of            they have to offer in the latest fabrics, threads, books, patterns,
beach in Hawai’i, the hotel features 1,310 guest rooms in two towers,          Hawaiian crafts, Niihau shell jewelry and lots more.
Enjoy world-class shopping, hike up Diamond Head, an extinct
volcano, or learn to surf in the warm waters of the Pacific. The
International Marketplace, Honolulu Zoo, Kapi’olani Park and Waikiki
Aquarium are just a few block away. Whatever you choose to do, the
possibilities for fun are endless.

Our location is solar by day and electric and lunar at night. The
energy of Waikiki is infectious, and our Marriott Resort is at the heart
of it. Rise with the sun and enjoy the beauty of Diamond Head. The
beautiful Pacific Ocean at our doorstep invigorates. The shopping
and night life scintillate. Enjoy a thousand and one entertainment
options, or just relax and enjoy a welcoming retreat reminiscent of
Queen Lili’uokalani’s royal summer home, which stood here on our
picturesque grounds a century ago. Our Waikiki is waiting for you!

                                                                               REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                                                                               The conference registration form is located on page 11
                                                                               Send in your completed registration form by mail or fax. You may call
                                                                               or e-mail the registrar to inquire about class openings. Your
                                                                               completed registration form and payment must be received in order
                                                                               for you to be registered. Payment may be made by personal check,
                                                                               money order (payable in US dollars) or credit card charge with
                                                                               MasterCard or Visa. A $35 fee will be charged for any returned
                                                                               checks. No registrations will be taken over the phone.
                                                                                         There is a non-refundable registration fee of $25
                                                                                   You may fax your form only if you are paying with a credit card.

                                                                               CONFERENCE FEES
                                                                               Half day class / 3 hours                           $30
                                                                               All day class / 6 hours                            $55
ACCOMMODATIONS                                                                 Tuesday Island Tour                                $70
A block of rooms have been reserved under a special rate of $169 /             Friday Evening Pizza                               $15
Garden Mountain view room for Quilt Hawai’i ‘11 participants.                  Saturday Evening Ice cream Social                  $16
See Quilt Ventures website for reservation information and form                Quilt Show Entry Fee                               $12
                                                                               Hotel Parking with QH Validation
TRANSPORTATION                                                                                     Self parking                   $8 / day
There are a number of ways to get from the Honolulu International                                  Valet parking                  $12 / day
Airport to Waikiki. The Airport is located 10 miles from Waikiki. HNL
is accessible by car, taxi, bus, and shuttle. There are many choices
CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY                                                 Sundae; enjoy it along with coffee and tea. Advance Registration
If you must cancel a workshop or event, the Registrar, Ellen Peters,         needed. Fee: $16. Afterwards stay on for the Ugly Fabric Contest –
must receive notification in writing, either by fax or by mail (not E-       and SHOW and TELL Free to registrants starting at 8:45 PM. See
mail), along with a copy of your registration confirmation form.             class schedule for details.
                    QH’11 Registrar Ellen Peters
                27 Tremont Street, Laconia NH 03246

               Phone: 603 524 6956 Fax: 603 524 7282                                       QUILT HAWAI’I ’11 Tours Oahu
                 E-mail: ebpeters @ myfairpoint.net
                                                                                               Tuesday, June 28
The Registrar must receive your cancellation notice by the dates                                8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
below in order for you to receive a refund.
The registration fee of $25 is non-refundable.                                                Who said quilters just sew!
School of Threadolgy fee non refundable after March 31, 2011                 Join Faye and Ellen on an exciting fun-filled little circle Island
100% of the balance is refunded if notice is received by May 1, 2011         tour customized especially for us. Enjoy the spectacular
50% is refundable if notice is received by May 24, 2011                      scenery as you learn about the history of the island. Drive
No refunds will be given after May 24, 2011                                  includes Diamond Head Lookout, the exclusive Kahala Estates (
Your registration and signature implies agreement with this policy.          Magnum PI was filmed here!), beautiful Halona Point and the
                                                                             Blow Hole, Pali Look out and more! Of course, fabric shopping
QUESTIONS?                                                                   is always a special part of the tour! We’ll have lots of fun,
Please contact either:                                                       fabulous views, fabric, enjoy island food and good company.
Faye Labanaris     Ph: (603) 742-0211 Fax: (603) 740-9199                    …what more does a quilter want?
                   E-mail: fayequilt@comcast.net

Ellen Peters        Ph: (603) 524-6956 Fax: (603) 524-7282                   Cost: $70 - Includes admissions to Pali Lookout
                    E-mail: ebpeters@myfairpoint.net                                Lunch and fabric purchases not included
SEWING MACHINE RENTALS                                                       Meet us at the Tour entrance of our hotel at the Paokalani Tower
At this point in time we do not have a firm commitment for sewing            on Paokalani Avenue. At least 15 minutes earlier than our
machine rentals. Keep checking our website for updates.                      departure time for group check in. This tower is where the hotel
                                                                             check -in desk is located. See you at 8:15 AM!
FOOD:                                                                         Don’t forget to bring along water, sunscreen, a hat and a light
You have two hours for lunch. There are many places to eat lunch or          weight jacket or sweater for your comfort. Itinerary may be
dinner. You can have lunch poolside at the Moana Terrace, or at the          subject to change due to traffic, time factors, or weather
many eating establishments just steps from the hotel. You won’t go           conditions. The tour may be cancelled if a minimum number of
hungry in Waikiki!                                                           participants are not met by May 24, 2011.

VOLUNTEERS          Help Wanted!!
Just as a quilt is made up of many pieces of fabric, so it is a quilt
show is made up of many people working together doing many jobs.
Your help is needed as a QUILT HAWAI’I ’11 show volunteer. Quilt
show will be hung Wednesday morning 8 -11:30 AM.
Sign up on the registration form or just show up to help!

Assist the teacher in the classroom with clerical and set-up duties.
Sign up on the Class Registration Form. You must be registered
for the class you wish to be an angel for.

 If you are not staying at the hotel, self -parking is $8 per day and
valet parking is $12 per day with validation stamped from Quilt
Hawaii Registration desk.

Fabric Bingo- Friday: Free to registrants. Cash bar opens at 6:30
PM with Pizza ($15 / per person). Bingo begins at 8 PM. This is really
great fun! Relax with us before the games begin. See class schedule
for more details. Advance registration needed for Pizza.

Ice Cream Social- Saturday: Join us Saturday evening at 8 PM for
a delicious Ice Cream Social. Create your own fabulous Ice cream
Tuesday, June 28   Tour # 1          Little Circle Island Tour
                                                                            QUILT HAWAI’I ’11 FACULTY
8:30 AM -3:30 PM Meet in hotel lobby Paokalani Tower by 8:15 AM            We are pleased to present a very talented group of
Wednesday, June29                                                                  teachers for QUILT HAWAI’I 2011
8 AM – 4:30 PM Registration Desk open                                 Lisa Louise Adams, Hawai’i, is a very talented artist in many media
8 – 9:30 AM       Deliver quilts to Kona Moku Ballroom                – from quilts, painting, pottery, prints and books. She loves to teach
8-11:30 AM        Hang Quilt show                                     and help others grow their creativity. www.lisalouiseadams.com
8:30 – 11:30 AM Superior Threads School of Threadology-Day 1
1:00 PM           Show Opening                                        Jelena Clay, Hawai’i, is a guord / fiber artist. She primarily exhibits
1:00 – 6 PM       Quilt Show / Vendors Mall open                      her work at the Volcano Art Center and several galleries throughout
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Luncheon Break                                     the islands. She has recently opened a Gallery / art Studio at Akaka
1:30 – 4:30 PM    Superior Threads School of Threadology              Falls called ‘The Puka Gallery’.
Thursday, July 1
8 AM – 4:30 PM Registration Desk open
9 AM – 5:30 PM Quilt Show / Vendors Mall open
8:30 – 11:30 AM Classes
                  School of Threadology Day 2
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Luncheon Break
1:30 – 4:30 PM    Classes
Friday, July 1
8 AM – 4:30 PM Registration Desk open
9 AM – 5 PM       Quilt Show / Vendors Mall open
8:30 – 11:30 AM Classes
                  School of Threadology Day 3
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Luncheon Break
1:30 – 4:30 PM    Classes
7:30 – 10 PM      Fabric Bingo – Free to Registrants
                  Cash Bar and Pizza @6:30 PM
                  Bingo Begins @ 8 PM
Saturday, July 2
8 AM – 3 PM       Registration Desk open                              Sonja Hagemann, Oahu, Hawaii, is well known for her original
9 AM – 5 PM       Quilt Show / Vendors Mall open                      design work in folk art dolls and quilts, as well as painted flowers and
8:30 – 11:30 AM Classes                                               fabrics. She is listed in the Best of Hawaii, Fuji-88.Her classes are
                  School of Threadology Day 3                         informative, encouraging and free-spirit ‘cause Sonja loves putting
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Luncheon Break                                     paint on cloth’. www.sonjahagemanndesigns.com
1:30 – 4:30 PM    Classes                                             http://sonjahagemanndesigns.blogspot.com/
5 PM              Quilt show ends
5:45 – 6:30 PM    Pick-up quilts in Kona Moku Ballroom                Kele Kanahele, Niihau, Hawaii, was born and raised on Niihau, the
8 PM              Ice Cream Social                                    only privately owned island in Hawaii. The Niihau shell lei is an Art
8:45 PM           Ugly Fabric Contest- SHOW and TELL Free to          specific to this island as the shell are only collected there. The shell
                  Registrants                                         lei is most treasured by islanders.
Sunday, July 3
8 AM – 3 PM       Registration Desk open                              Faye Labanaris, New Hampshire, brings her love of teaching, hand
9 AM – 5 PM       Quilt Show / Vendors Mall open                      appliqué and making ribbon flowers to her classes. Her specialty is
8:30 – 11:30 AM Classes                                               hand needle-turn appliqué and landscape designs with dimensional
                  11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Luncheon Break                   ribbon-work blossoms and is the author of six books with the
1:30 – 4:30 PM    Classes                                             American Quilter’s Society. Faye is a co-producer with Ellen Peters
5 PM              Quilt show ends                                     of QUILT HAWAI’I & QUILT VENTURES TOURS.
5:45 – 6:30 PM    Pick-up quilts in Kona Moku Ballroom                 www.fayelabanaris.com

 Thank you very much to our sponsors for their support                Meg Maeda, Japan, has two jobs, one as a graphic designer and the
                                                                      other as a quilt artist. She teaches Hawaiian quilting in Tokyo and
    Visit their websites and support their products.
                                                                      has over 100 students. Starting in 2004 she has won a first place
                        SPONSORS                                      ribbon in the Quilt Hawai’i quilt show three times. All of her quilts are
Superior Threads            www.superiorthreads.com                   hand appliquéd and hand-quilted and are unparalleled in design and
Flynn Quilt Frame Company www.flynnquilt.com                          coloring. www.e-bowl.co.jp/meg/
Keepsake Quilting           www.keepsakequilting.com

Ellen Peters, New Hampshire, owner of Cats’ Whiskers Studio,                 Heather Purcell, Utah, grew up in Australia and came to the USA to
enjoys teaching quilting classes, as well as doing beautiful machine         go to college, where she met Bob. She graduated with a degree in
quilting on both the home machine and long arm. Her superb quilting          Microbiology, married Bob and spent 8 years in Japan where 2 of her
work has been featured in books by Elly Sienkiewicz, Carol Doak,             3 children were born. They moved to Hawaii where she took her first
and Faye Labanaris. Her quilting has been featured on the covers of          quilting class before moving to southern Utah. She decided to take
Garden View Appliqué and Appliqué Rose Garden by Faye                        another class at a local quilt shop and was hooked. It’s so much
Labanaris, AQS. Ellen is a co-producer with Faye Labanaris of                more fun to sew quilts than clothing! That opened the door to work
QUILT HAWAI’I & QUILT VENTURES TOURS.                                        with Bob and together they created Superior Threads. Now she
                                                                             makes quilts to go with her threads. www.superiorthreads.com
Lorraine Tokuyama, Oahu, Hawaii, is a retired special education
teacher / occupational therapist. She has been teaching sashiko and
other stitchery related subjects for the past 25 year.

Kathy Tripp, Hawaii, born and raised on the Big Island of Hawai’i, is
an enthusiastic, passionate quilter, as well as Hawaiian Quilt Master
Quilter. Her love of quilting inspired her to open Kilauea Kreations,
Volcano and Kilauea Kreations II in Hilo. Her quilts have gone around
the world in many shows. Her love of quilting is a driving force in
teaching and encouraging as many quilters in this special world we
call quilting. Her enthusiasm can’t help but encourage and excite
every quilter. www.KilaueaKreations.com

Pat Yamin, New York, a pioneer in the quilting field, started Come
Quilt with Me, in 1981 and it is now a major manufacturing concern
which designs and manufactures templates, inspired from her
antique quilt collection. Pat is the inventor of the Brooklyn Revolver
Turn tables, popular with quilters around the world. She has been
teaching for over 25 years at major shows across the USA and is the
author of three books with the American Quilter’s Society. She has
appeared on numerous TV programs, most recently American Quilter
on Lifetime TV and is a frequent guest on Martha Stewart Living
radio show. Her classes are always full of fun tips and techniques.          Annie Unrein, Utah, has been a quilter for over 30 years and has
www.Comequiltwithme.com                                                      been designing patterns and teaching quilting classes since 2000.
                                                                             Her quilts and designs have been published in major national quilting
                                                                             magazines. Her goal is to write patterns that are easy to understand
                                                                             with complete instructions to guide you every step of the way. She
                                                                             has been working with Superior Threads throughout the country for
                                                                             several years and has taught at all of Superior Thread’s School of
                                                                             Threadology Seminars. www.byannie.com

                                                                             Quilt Ventures Tours
                                                                             If you enjoy the fun we have at Quilt Hawai’i and hate to see it end,
                                                                             then you must join Faye and Ellen on a great Quilt Ventures tour:
                                                                             March: Pennsylvania: Lancaster County, Amish, American Quilter’s
                                                                                     Society Quilt Show, Philadelphia,
                                                                             April: Paducah, Kentucky and the American Quilter’s Society Quilt
                                                                                       Show, St. Louis, Missouri, Nashville, Tennessee
                                                                             October: New England in Autumn
                                                                             We promise you a good time with lots of fun, good food and great
                                                                             fabric shopping. Visit www.quiltventures.com for information.
           SUPERIOR THREADS School of Threadology                            A Personal Recommendation
Bob Purcell, Utah, is President and owner of Superior Threads. He            To make the most of your trip to the island of Oahu, a guide book is
has worked in Japan for 10 years and speaks fluent Japanese. Bob             always a help. There are many guide books out there and we’ve
loves to teach and has taught at the college level. Since 1999 he has        bought lots of them. But this one is by far the BEST! It is readable,
educated thousands within our industry and has many articles                 enjoyable and trustworthy! Contact www.wizardpub.com
published in various industry magazines. He got involved in the              Oahu Revealed: The Ultimate Guide Book to Honolulu and
thread business to support his lovely wife’s very healthy quilting           Waikiki By Andrew Doughty & Harriett Friedman
addiction and he knows all the places she hides her fabric.

         QUILT HAWAI’I 2011                                                    SCHOOL OF THREADOLOGY – 3 Day Class
                  CLASS SCHEDULE                                                          Day 1: Wednesday June 30
         Morning Session    8:30 – 11:30 AM
         Luncheon Break     11:30 AM – 1:30 PM                           Welcome and Introductions
         Afternoon Session  1:30 – 4:30 PM                                   Seminar: Thread Therapy with Doctor Bob – Part 1
                                                                         All fact! No opinion! This is the absolute best easy-to-
                   CLASS SUPPLY LISTS                                    understand information-packed seminar you’ll ever attend.
                                                                         This thread therapy session will help resolve frustrations with
Please note that the following basic sewing supplies (BSS)               all types of threads and solve most problems you have
are identified by number. Bring only the supplies indicated              experienced with threads. Bob teaches how to distinguish
for your classes. Sewing machine classes require you to                  quality of all types of threads, including regular and
bring an extension cord. It’s a good idea to bring your own              decorative. Know what is Fact and what is Fiction. Learn the
power strip as well. A small portable light, such as an Ott-             pros and cons of all major thread types, thread characteristics,
lite, is optional but helpful.                                           the importance of needle selection, and properly setting the
                                                                         tension for your sewing successes. Learn how to use threads
  Kit fees are payable in the class directly to the teacher              successfully, regardless of the type of sewing machine you
                                                                         own. Bob will gladly answer all your questions and supply
BSS: Basic Sewing Supplies                                               you with a knowledge you’ll use throughout your sewing and
1. Sewing machine in good working order                                  quilting projects.
2. Sewing needles                13. Iron (optional)
                                                                         Threads Part 1 – Product Overview             Heather Purcell
3. Quilting needles              14. Sharp pencils
                                                                         Heather (Mother Superior) describes each thread in detail,
4. Ruler: size______             15. Masking tape
                                                                         with the history of each thread, why it was developed and how
                                 16. Batting or flannel for
                                                                         each thread is used. This class is enjoyed by everyone as they
5. Rotary cutter, mat and ruler   design wall
                                                                         become familiar with our entire line of threads.
6. Template material             17. Note, sketch paper
7. Thread: sewing                18. Glue sticks
                                                                         Texture Magic Madness                           Annie Unrein
8. Thread: quilting              19. Graph paper
                                                                         We have introduced an exciting new product called Texture
9. Pins                          20. Tracing paper
                                                                         Magic and are offering a class where you will make a tote bag
10. Thimble                      21. Eraser
                                                                         using fabric and Texture Magic. Annie has demonstrated
11. Fabric cutting scissors      22. Colored pencils
                                                                         Texture Magic at many quilt shows and markets across the
12. Paper cutting scissors
                                                                         country. She is a wonderful teacher who is both friendly and
                                                                         informative at the same time. Students have so much fun using
                                                                         this innovative “shrinking fabric”. A great percentage (if not
                                                                         all) of the students will leave class with a completed bag and
              WEDNESDAY, June 29                                         also leave with many ideas for future uses of Texture Magic.
                    THREE DAY CLASS                                                        Day 2: Thursday, July 1

101      Superior Threads School of Threadology                          Open Thread Bar
                                                                         We are very excited to offer this workshop that quilters love!
QUILT HAWAI’I is PROUD and EXCITED to present                            This workshop begins with a 60 minute session discussing the
Superior Threads School of Threadology, offered for the                  dynamics of specialty threads, working machine tensions,
first time on the island of Oahu. Enjoy 3 full days of classes           needle selection and thread delivery. It provides students with
with 3 instructors and all supplies provided. Just bring your            a variety of areas in which they can test and play with threads.
basic sewing supplies, sewing machine and you are set to go.             An assembled / marked practice panel is provided which
Sewing machines are available for rental. Tuition of $295                allows the student to test the thread at different tension
includes all class supplies as well a package of Superior                settings. They are also invited to learn how to audition threads
Threads products with a retail value over $120.                          by doing thread play on provided floral panels. We will have a
Sewing Machine Required                                                  large assortment of threads available for the students to use.
                                                                         This is a rare opportunity for the quilter to experiment with
Supplies: Sewing Machine and basic personal sewing                       many different threads and have guidance and assistance of a
supplies. Everything else provided! How great is that!!                  professional teacher to help with any questions or concerns.

This is the first time the School of Threadology will be offered                             Day 3: Friday, July 2
on the island of Oahu. It is a big sacrifice for Bob to travel all
                                                                         Color Science                               Heather Purcell
the way to Hawaii, but he is willing to do this for you to
                                                                         Heather is the mastermind behind all our wonderful thread
become a certified Superior Threadologist. Space is limited,
                                                                         colors. She will discuss with you how to choose the right
so don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to learn so
                                                                         thread for the right fabric. She covers the four general
much about quilting and threads while in Paradise!
                                                                         questions regarding the thread you choose to use: use, color,
texture and attitude. She will illustrate the many effects you                             ALL-DAY CLASSES
can achieve in your project by using the correct thread.
                                                                       101      Superior Threads School of Threadology – Day 2
Thread Therapy with Dr. Bob – Part 2             Bob Purcell
Today Bob will choose topics from the Superior School of               202      Hawaiian Quilting                 Kathy Tripp
Threadology book with interaction between you, the student,            Learn Hawaiian Quilting from start to finish – cut, baste,
and Bob. Bob and Heather will work together to provide, not            appliqué, and quilt.                     Supply Fee: $20
only an informative session, but also a humorous one.
                                                                       Supplies List BSS: 7 - basting, 11, 12, 14, 20.
Fun with Fusible Thread                          Annie Unrein
Annie will introduce you to Charlotte’s Fusible Thread. It is          203       Bali Pop Quilt II                       Ellen Peters
always so much fun to be introduced to a product with                  Make this beautiful quilt with just one package of Bali Pops
multiple uses. This thread is wonderful for appliqué projects           (40 strips of Batiks cut 2 ½” wide by 44” long) and 2 yards
as well as binding and hemming. You will be making a wool              of background fabric.
needle case (Annie’s own pattern) using fusible thread and             Email ebpeters@myfairpoint.net for a picture of the quilt.
decorative threads. All the supplies are included in this class.       Sewing Machine Required

                                                                       Supplies List BSS: # 1, 4 – square 12” ruler or so, 5, 7, 9
Please Note: Class itinerary is subject to change and replaced         Fabric: 1 set of Bali Pops or 40 strips cut 2 ½” wide by 44”.
with something new and mo’bettah!                     Dr. Bob          Not needed for class: 1 ½ yards lattice fabric, 2 yards border
                                                                       fabric, both may be purchased after quilt is finished.

     School of Threadology Student Comments
“The seminar was outstanding. It was my first ‘School of                                 FRIDAY, JULY 1
Threadology’ experience and I enjoyed every minute.” –a.e
                                                                                    HALF-DAY CLASSES – Morning
“The entire seminar …was just the best! The main reason is
definitely because of you and Heather and your generosity to           301       Attic Windows                              Pat Yamin
teach each of us, as well as the feeling of family and the             Two pattern pieces create windows for you to look into or out
inclusively that you generate.” – c.p.                                 to see the beauty of the world. Pat will teach you rotary cutting
                                                                       and accurate piecing of the tricky windowsill. You will be
“Very well thought through! Love it!” –k.l.                            cutting quickly with acrylic templates and then start sewing
                                                                       your window quilt. This is also a great hand sewing project.
“Cindy Needham is a true gem – what a wealth of knowledge              Optional: Complete kits available for purchase in class for
and very pleasant and helpful.” –w.j.                                  $25.                                           Supply Fee: $15
                                                                       Sewing Machine Optional
“When people ask me if I’ve been on a cruise, I’m going to
say ‘Nope but I’ve been to a Superior Threads Seminar!’ I              Supplies List BSS: 1- optional, 4- 6” x 12”, 5, 7, 9, 12.
can’t remember ever being so well treated.” –l.l.                      Fabric: for window sills: 1 ¼ yards; for Window panes: 1 ¼
“Annie’s class was great! She is a wonderful teacher and               yards with objects- people, flowers, views, etc.
was so fun to be able to go home with a completed project.” –          302     Lei of Oahu - Ilima                 Faye Labanaris
k.f                                                                    The beautiful Ilima flower is reserved for leis for royalty.
“I am thrilled with Superior threads. My friend attended               Create your own beautiful royal lei souvenir block with
your School of Threadology and gave it a ranking of 28 on a            dimensional ribbon flowers and ultra suede maile leaves.
scale of one to 10.” –j.h.                                                                                         Supply Fee: $15
                                                                       Supplies List BSS: 12” ruler, 9, 10, 11, 12

                 Thursday, June 30
                                                                                   HALF-DAY CLASSES – Afternoon
             HALF-DAY CLASSES – Morning
                                                                       303      Niihau Shell Bracelets               Kele Kanahele
                                                                       Students will learn to make the ‘Roselani’ style bracelet from
201        Flower Leis                            Jelena Clay
                                                                       ‘Momi” and Kahelelani” shells gathered from the beaches of
Students will learn how to make a traditional lei po’o or head
                                                                       Niihau. This is a unique opportunity to learn this art and
lei that they can enjoy wearing throughout the Quilt Hawaii
                                                                       process from a Niihau native.                Supply Fee: $65
conference. The lei will be colorful and fragrant and a neck
can be optional.                             Supply Fee: $10
                                                                       Supplies List: everything provided            Supply Fee: $65
Supplies List: just bring a pair of bad scissors
Supply Fee: $10

304      An Eclectic Trio of Roses             Faye Labanaris                               ALL-DAY CLASSES
Make a delightful trio of roses from a 36 inch length of
Zipper, a man’s silk neck tie and a length of silk satin. Lots of       403      Aloha Hibiscus
fun, easy to make and ready to wear or accent a hat or tote                                           Annie Unrein Heather Purcell
bag.                                          Supply Fee: $15           Learn a great new technique for fusible appliqué as you make
                                                                        a project that is full of Aloha. Have no fear – appliqué is easy
Supplies List BSS: 7- Strong quilting thread in a neutral               using this method. You’ll love having a project without the
color, 10, 11, and 12. A man’s silk necktie, old is mo’bettah.          stiffness and flatness that often results when using traditional
Bring a couple extra to make more!                                      fusible products. Come play with threads to embellish your
                                                                        wall hanging / table runner and make it even ‘mo bettah!’
                    ALL-DAY CLASSES                                     Sewing Machine

101      Superior Threads School of Threadology – Day 3                 Supplies List- BSS: # 1- with ¼” foot as well as zig-zag or
                                                                        open-toe embroidery foot. It is helpful to have a machine that
                                                                        will do a blanket stitch, zig-zag stitch, or other decorative
                      Friday, July 2                                    stitches for this project. 4 – small 12”, 5, 7, 11 – small sharp
                        8:00 PM                                         scissors, 14 – such as mechanical, empty bobbins for your
                     FABRIC BINGO                                       machine (at least six).
                                                                        Fabrics: Block backgrounds and inner pieced border- fat
                                                                        quarters of 6 fabrics (various lime greens); Outer border and
         (FREE and open only to QH’11 registrants)
                                                                        binding: 1 yard purple; Hibiscus: 10” square of six fabrics
        Lots of fun! Lots of prizes! Lots of laughter!                  (three darks and three medium/lights in yellows, pinks,
         You’d never expect Bingo could be like this                    oranges) for flowers; Leaves: fat quarter green; Backing ¾
           Unless you have played with us before!                       yard purple. Suggested threads: Superior Threads’
             Join us for a fun way to end the day!                      Masterpiece™ for piecing, threads for appliqué and
              It gets better and wilder each year!                      embellishment will be available in class.
              Sponsored by Keepsake Quilting
                                                                        Pre-Cutting Instructions: A detailed cutting list will be sent
 This year there will a pizza supper @ $15 and a cash bar               to you with your registration confirmation form.
   beginning at 6:30 PM available for your enjoyment.
         Pre-registration needed for Pizza Supper                       404      Hand Painting Poinsettia, Other Flowers
                                                                                & Yardage                           Sonja Hagemann
                                                                        Learn a bit about color mixing and techniques to make “one of
                                                                        a kind” yardage. Learn to paint on fabric for flowers and
                                                                        atmosphere. Instructor provides paints, shows samples, and
                                                                        shares some tools to draw out the artist within. No drawing
                                                                        skill needed (you can trace if you like). This class is 9th in a
                                                                        series of art classes designed by Sonja for QUILT HAWAII.
               SATURDAY, JULY 2                                         One pattern included in class fee.          Supply Fee: $20

                                                                        Supply List BSS: 4 (18” x 2”), 11, 15, 17, 21. Dull # 2 pencil,
             HALF-DAY CLASSES – Morning
                                                                        black fine point Sharpie pen, 5 yards of freezer paper, 3 yards
                                                                        unbleached muslin 44” wide – wash and iron 2 yards of it).
401     Hawaiian Water Color Wreath              Kathy Tripp
                                                                        Small water spritz bottle, some paper towels, 12 clothespins,
Use Hawaiian fabric to create a beautiful easy-to-sew wreath
                                                                        apron or funky clothes (wet paint!)
wall hanging. No sewing in class.          Supply Fee: $25
                                                                        Brushes: 1 one inch Chip brush (hardware store), 3’8” or 5/8”
                                                                        Angle Shader brush, # 3 Round brush ( Dick Blick Art
Supplies List BSS: 5, 18.
                                                                        Supplies). Questions? E-mail: Sonjasew@hawaii.rr.com

                                                                        405      Neo-Hawaiian                           Meg Maeda
            HALF-DAY CLASSES – Afternoon
                                                                        This is a new type of Hawaiian-style quilt that you may not
                                                                        have seen before. Let’s learn the art techniques of special
402       Aloha Table Runner                  Kathy Tripp
                                                                        cutting and hand appliqué. Choose your favorite design, either
Make a fast and fun Aloha table runner. Finish in a half-day
                                                                        Monstera or Hibiscus. You supply your favorite fabric for
while learning new fusible techniques. Also learn to use
                                                                        base and appliqué and suitable thread. Please check website
stencils and work with paintstiks.         Supply Fee: $25
                                                                        for photographs. http://gallery.me.com/megumigrace#100127
Machine Sewing
                                                                        Supplies List BSS: 2, 4 (18”), 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 18, 22.
Supplies List BSS: 1, 5, 7, and 11. Apron
                                                                        Ball-point pen, Favorite fabric for the background: 30” x 20”
                                                                        For the appliqué: 26” x 15”. Sharp scissors for cutting through
                                                                        many layers of appliqué fabric

                                                                        black setting them off. A selection of blues and stars is a good
406      Learn English Paper Piecing                                    choice. Join Pat in a fun class to make your colorful star quilt!
         & Make a Fabric Bowl              Lisa Louise Adams
If you like hand work, you’ll love the portability of English           Complete kits available for purchase in class for $25.
Paper Piecing. Learn the basics and be inspired with many               Sewing Machine                         Supply Fee: $15
samples. Plus – you’ll leave class with a beautiful fabric bowl!
                                               Supply fee: $10          Supplies List BSS: 1, 4- 6” x 12”, 5, 7, 9, 12. Fabric: for
                                                                        Stars: 1 ¼ yards; for Connectors: 1 ¼ yards
Supplies List BSS: # 7 – matching or neutral color, 11.
Fabric: 2 fat quarters or assorted 4” pieces of cotton fabric;          503      Hand Quilting                    Lisa Louise Adams
24” of yard that coordinates with fabric for embellishing the           Learn an easy, relaxed way to hand quilt your special projects.
top of the bowl.                             Supply fee: $10            Lisa is known for her delicate echo quilting and can help you
                                                                        master your skills too.

                                                                        Supplies List- BSS: 8, 10, scissors to cut thread;
                                                                        Quilting hoop – I use a 14”; Silver or white Pencil – I use
               Saturday Evening          July 2                         Roxanne Brand. Fat quarter or larger quilt sandwich: Top-
                                                                        Batt-Back. I use wool batting. Instructor will have some quilt
            Ice Cream Social 8- 8:45 PM                                 sandwiches available for purchase in class.

        Join us for a wonderful Ice Cream Social                        504      Crochet Glass Bead Bracelet               Jelena Clay
               This is too delicious to miss!                           Students will learn to crochet glass beads into round bracelets
 Make your own “original design” ice cream sundae with an               accented with a choice of semi-precious matching beads or
 assortment of ice creams, toppings and all the fixings, plus           lava beads.                                   Supply Fee: $15
           Enjoy Coffees and a selection of teas
                                                                        Supplies List: just bring a pair of bad scissors
             $16 Advance ticket purchase only
                                                                                    HALF-DAY CLASSES – Afternoon
  Thursday 8:45 PM The Ugly Fabric Contest
                Show and Tell
                                                                        505      Niihau Shell Earrings               Kele Kanahele
        Free Admittance to QH ’11 registrants only                      Students will learn to make the ‘Roselani’ style bracelet from
                                                                        ‘Momi” and Kahelelani” shells gathered from the beaches of
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” Start looking now for            Niihau. This is a unique opportunity to learn this art and
  your fabric. Bring one fat quarter of your ugliest fabric.            process from a Niihau native.                Supply Fee: $45
      Only just one ugly fabric per person PLEASE!
 We can’t predict what will happen next, when one person’s              Supplies List: everything provided            Supply Fee: $45
   ugly fabric becomes another person’s heart’s desire!
Show and Tell- Bring what you have been making in class or
     something you made last year at Quilt Hawaii ‘10                                       ALL-DAY CLASSES

                                                                        506      Kaimana Hila                        Meg Maeda
                                                                        Let’s make a 3-D tapestry of the beautiful Hawaiian
                 SUNDAY, JULY 3                                         landscape, the famous Kaimana Hila or Diamond Head, with
                                                                        swaying palm trees and bougainvillea. This will become a
                                                                        lasting memory of your visit to Hawaii.  Supply Fee: $20
             HALF-DAY CLASSES – Morning
501      Fabric Postcard w/ Sashiko Lorriane Tokuyama
                                                                        Supplies List BSS: 2, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 22.
Stitch a fabric postcard with Sashiko – Japanese Country
                                                                        18” square of printed fabric for backing, 18” square of your
Embroidery. You can mail to a special friend with a single
                                                                        favorite batting, 18” square of printed fabric for frame, forceps
“Forever Stamp”. Stitch 2 postcards in class, leaving one
                                                                        or tweezers, fabric marking pen. Please check website for
postcard with instructor who will mail it back to you!
                                                                        photographs: http://gallery.me.com/megumigrace#100113
                                                Supply Fee: $5

Supplies List BSS: 1 (share machines as sewing is minimal),
10, 11 – small for thread, 18
                                                                                          Monday , JULY 4
                                                                                        Stay another day and
502      A Thousand Stars                            Pat Yamin                       have a memorable 4th of July
Make a great two-color or scrappy quilt. Two simple shapes                                   in Waikiki!
make a variety of colorful stars. This is an easy to piece 6”
block with all straight seams. Everyone can make this super
easy to piece quilt in class. Batiks work well for the stars with
                           QUILT HAWAI’I ’11                                                      4. A photograph of the quilt is required with maker’s name, address
                                                                                                  and quilt title on the back of the photograph. Quilts need not be
                             QUILT SHOW                                                           finished in the photograph. Photographs become the property of Quilt
                                                                                                  Ventures LLC and can not be returned. Faxed entries must mail or
                 Marriott Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa                                              e-mail a photograph of the quilt for insurance purposes.
                         Kona Moku Ballroom
                        June 29– July 3, 2011                                                     5. All quilts must have a cloth label with the title of the quilt, maker’s
                                                                                                  name, address and telephone number sewn to the back of the quilt.
                 Quilt Show and Vendor Mall Hours                                                 Label must be sewn on the lower right corner of the back of the quilt
             Wednesday, June 29 Opening Day 1 - 6 PM                                              (as you face the back of the quilt). All quilts must have a 2” sleeve
          Thursday, June 30 –Sunday, July 3 9 AM – 5:30 PM                                        sew on the back of the quilt for display purposes.
                      Daily Admission $3.00
                                                                                                  6. Delivery of quilts: Hand-deliver to the quilt show site, the Marriott
Enjoy a quilt show with quilts made and shown with much Aloha
                                                                                                  Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa, Kona Moku Ballroom Wednesday
by quilters from around the world in a wide variety of styles,
                                                                                                  morning June 29 from 8 -9:30 AM. Quilts may be shipped ahead to
techniques and traditions. Be inspired by an exciting display of
                                                                                                  arrive between June 6- 18, 2011.
quilts by our talented faculty. We encourage you to enter a quilt                                 Shipping information will be included with entry confirmation.
or group quilts to share in this exhibit at QUILT HAWAI’I ‘11.
                                                                                                  7. Shipping costs to and from the exhibit will be the responsibility of
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------       the quilt maker. Your return shipment fee will be charged to your
                            Merit Hand Quilting                                                   credit card (MasterCard or Visa).
             Sponsored by Flynn Quilt Frame Company
                            First Prize $100                                                      8. Entries must be received by May 15, 2011
       To encourage and perpetuate the fine art of hand quilting.                                 Mail entry forms with check (payable to QUILT HAWAI’I in US funds)
   All hand quilted entries will be automatically eligible for this prize.                        or completed credit card information form and a long Self- Addressed
                          www.flynnquilt.com                                                      Stamped business envelope to:

         Machine Pieced / Appliquéd & Machine Quilted                                                            QH ‘11 Quilt Show c/o Faye Labanaris,
                  Sponsored by Superior Threads                                                                   80 Mt. Vernon St., Dover, NH 03820
                            First Prize: $100
The quilt must be a maximum size of 36 inches square or any shape
with a total perimeter of 144 inches. It must be pieced or appliquéd                                               QUILT SHOW ’11CALENDAR
predominantly by machine as well as machine quilted.
                     www.superiorthreads.com                                                      January 15 - May 15         Quilt entries received
_______________________________________________________                                                                              & confirmations sent

                       Quilt Show Entry Rules                                                     May 15                       Quilt entries must be received
                                                                                                                                by this date
1. Exhibit entries are limited to 2 quilts per person and must have
been finished in the last three years and not shown at previous Quilt                             June 6 - 18                  Acceptance of mailed quilts / Hawaii
Hawai’i shows. Quilts must be constructed & quilted by the person(s)                              June 30 8-9:30 AM            Acceptance of hand delivered quilts
named on the entry blank. Entry must be quilted either by hand or                                                              Kona Moku Ballroom
machine, not tied.                                                                                                               Marriott Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa
2. Quilt Size: All quilts shown in the QH ’11 show will be up to a                                June 29 8-11:30 AM           Hanging of the quilts.
maximum size of 60” wide and up to 84” long                                                                                        Helpers are always needed!
Miniature quilts will also be displayed. How small can you sew?
                                                                                                  June 29 1 -6 PM               Quilt Show Opening
Quilt show entries will be accepted based on space available.
          Enter Early! Don’t wait until deadline dates.                                           June 30 – July 2 9 AM -5:30PM Quilt Show and Vendors Mall

3. A non-refundable entry fee for each entry is $12. This fee                                     July 3    5 PM                 Quilt Show, Vendors Mall Closes
includes insurance coverage of $100 per wall hanging while in
possession of Quilt Hawai’i until returned (either directly to the owner                          July 3    5:45 – 6:30 PM       Quilt pickup Kona Moku Ballroom
or a shipper).
Please note that quilts valued at more than $100
must be accompanied by a certified appraisal with your entry
form to be insured for more than $100 by Quilt Hawai’i.
Insurance on entries in transit is the responsibility of quilt

               QUILT HAWAI’I ‘11
Please complete a SEPARATE ENTRY FORM for each entry being
submitted. Please keep a copy for your records

                                                                                                                 Attach Photo Here
Quilter’s name__________________________________________
City _____________________________State ________Zip______
Day phone________________Home phone___________________

Cell Phone______________________________________________


                                                                                      QUILT HAWAI’I ‘11 has my permission to photograph my work for
Title of entry: _________________________________________________                     publicity purposes and possible inclusion on Quilt Ventures’ website.
                                                                                       I agree to all provisions of this exhibition. Submission of entries
Size in inches: Length___________________Width___________________                     implies agreement to and understanding of all conditions set forth
Date quilt was completed:       _______________________
                                                                                         Signature: ___________________________________ Date_______
Quilted by: __________________________________________________
Designed by:_________________________________________________
                                                                                      Mailing Checklist:
Adapted from a pattern published by_________________                                  ___ Have you read the rules?
                                                                                      ___ Include a photograph of the entry for insurance purpose
Does the photograph show the finished quilt _______yes           _______no            ___ Entry form completely filled out? (Entry rejected if form is incomplete.)
                                                                                      ___ Check or money order in US funds / $12 per Entry
Please check all applicable items:                                                        Make payable to QUILT HAWAII.
___ Hand pieced        ___Hand appliquéd        ___ Hand quilted                      ___ Payment by credit card to Visa or Master Card:
___ Machine pieced ___Machine appliquéd ___Machine quilted                            ___ Enclose one legal size (4.25” x 9”)) self-addressed stamped envelope.
___ Two person quilt (made by and quilted by two people)
                                                                                      Please fill out the following if paying with credit card:
Type of quilt:: ___Miniature, ___Group , ___ Other
                                                                                      Check card type: ___Master card            ___VISA
Competition Category: ___Machine-made                ___ ____Hand-Quilted
                                                                                      Name on
Quilt’s history or brief description (50 words or less):
 Include why the piece was made, its significance, importance, method of
construction, etc.
                                                                                      Card Number_________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________                         Exp. Date     ___________

Quilt Delivery: _____Hand deliver to Marriott Waikiki Beach Resort                    ___ Mail completed entry form, photo, a long SASE and entry fee
                              Kona Moku Ballroom                                                 All to arrive no later than May 15, 2011 to:
                     Wednesday June 29 between 8 – 9:30 AM
                _____UPS / Fed Ex, ______US Mail                                                  QH ’11 Quilt Show c/o Faye Labanaris
                                                                                                           80 Mt. Vernon Street
Quilt Return: ____ Pick up at show’s close, ___ Mail back to me,                                              Dover, NH 03820
Quilt is For Sale: ___ yes ___no. If yes: Price $____________                         Note: You may your fax entry form with credit card
If quilt is sold at QH ’11, a 15 % commission will be deducted from the asking        information as payment, but actual hard copy and photo must
price by QUILT HAWAI’I. Hawai’i State Sales tax will be added.                        be received in the mail for insurance purposes.
                                                                                                          Fax to: 603 740 – 9199
For office use only: Date rec’d________        Entry # _________________                            E-mail to: fayequilt@comcast.net
                                                                                            Any questions call Faye: 603 742 - 0211 or Cell: 603 765 3707
Confirmation Mailed__________________                                                                   E-mail: fayequilt@comcast.net
                                                        QUILT HAWAI’I 2011 REGISTRATION
PLEASE PRINT: Name_________________________________ Phone (Home or cell)______________________Work______________________
City, State ______________________________________Zip Code________________ Print E-mail_____________________________________
To register for classes, please indicate FIRST choice and SECOND choice for each day. TOTAL ACROSS, THEN DOWN
 TUESDAY           WEDNESDAY                 THURSDAY                     FRIDAY                  SATURDAY                   SUNDAY                TOTALS
                  ___101                        School                    School
                  School of                 of Threadology            of Threadology          $295 Non-refundable                              $
                  Threadology                   Day 2                      Day 3                     after
                  3 days - $295                                                                 March 31, 2011
___ Tour $ 70                               Morning @ $30           Morning @ $30               Morning @ $30              Morning @ $30       $

                                       ---- 201 Clay                ---- 301 Yamin         ---- 401 Tripp                 ___501               $
                                                                                                                          ___ 502 Yamin        $
                                                                    ___ 302 Labanaris                                     ___ 503 Adams        $
                                                                                                                          ___ 504 Clay         $
                                       Afternoon @ $30              Afternoon @ $30        Afternoon @ $30                Afternoon @$30

                                                                    ___ 303 Kanahele       ___ 402 Tripp                  ___505 Kanahele      $
                                                                    ___304 Labanaris                                                           $
                                             All Day @ $55             All Day @ $55             All Day @ $55            All Day @ $55
                                       ___ 202 Tripp                                       ___ 403 Unrein, Purcell        ___506 Maeda         $
                                       ___ 203 Peters                                      ___ 404 Hagemann                                    $
                                                                                           ___ 405 Maeda                                       $
                                                                                           ___ 406 Adams                                       $
                                                                    ___Pizza $15           ___ Dessert Buffet                                  $
                                                                                           Registration fee $25
                                                                                           Non-refundable                                      $25

                                                                                           TOTAL DUE                                           $
___ I would like to be a teacher angel in my class.
___ I would like to help with the Quilt Show: Wednesday 8 -11:30 AM                ____ Sunday 5 – 6 PM

MAIL completed form along w/ a long Self Addressed Stamped envelope w/ 50 cents postage ($2.00 international postage) to:
                            Quilt Hawaii ’11, c/o Ellen Peters, 27 Tremont St, Laconia, NH 03246
OR FAX completed form with credit card charge information to Ellen Peters (603) 524-7282

Method of Payment:      ___ Master Card       ___Visa              ___Checks made payable to QUILT HAWAII in US funds

Card Holder’s Name (Print Please) _____________________________________________ Signature______________________________________________

Card number______________________________________________________________ Expiration Date________________________________________

                    If you have questions, please contact Ellen Peters (603) 524 – 6956 or E-mail: ebpeters@myfairpoint.net

REFUNDS: Class fees are 100% refundable (less registration fee) up to May 1, 2011; 50% refundable (less registration fee) up to May 24. 2011.
After that date, they are NON-REFUNDABLE. Your refund request must be in writing and received by the registrar by the indicated dates.
Please Note: REFUND EXCEPTION- School of Threadolgy class fee of $295, is non-refundable after March 31, 2011.
WAIVER-SIGNATURE REQUIRED: Your attendance and participation in all QUILT HAWAI’I 2010 classes and events, whether paid for or not, is strictly conditional
upon your agreement never to assert or make bodily claim to Quilt Hawai’i teachers, staff and producers and Quilt Ventures LLC. for bodily injury, loss, or property
damage as a result of any injury, loss, or damage suffered or incurred by you in attending or participating in such QUILT HAWAI’I activities.
Quilt Ventures reserves the right to use any photographs for publicity purposes on its’ website.
All registrants for QUILT HAWAI’I 2010 MUST sign below indicating acceptance of all terms and conditions of the conference.
Waiver Signature___________________________________________Date___________________________________


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