Are you looking forward to National Quilting Day 2019 as much as we are?

Please plan to join us the weekend of March 15 - 17 at the State Historical Society of ND / North Dakota Heritage Center, 612 East Boulevard Avenue / Capital Grounds.​

This event will include a quilt show, Friday, March 15th through Sunday, March 17th.

Saturday, March 16th, will be a day full of classes, open sewing and food!

Sign up here, today, to be on our mailing list so you'll receive the official announcement of this and other events that Capital Quilters hosts throughout the year.

See below for classes, and links to class descriptions, supply lists and any pre-class cutting requirements.

Click the name of the class for class description, supply list and any pre-class cutting instructions.

Contact Pam Fenoff, 701.955.5086, with any questions / problems with this website.

Teacher Bios

Laurie Sheldon has been quilting for ten years.  She has sampled the world of traditional piecing, wool applique and modern improvisation techniques.  Laurie has completed numerous wall hangings, runners and pillows using Sarah Kaufmann’s folded log cabin method and is excited to share the knowledge needed to create these beautiful blocks.

​Michele Ripplinger has always done some kind of 'fancywork' from embroidery, knitting, crocheting, etc. - anything she could get her hands on.  She has been quilting for about 20 years and continues to add to her ever-increasing UFO list.  She was born and raised in Bismarck and is currently living in Mandan with her husband Larry and several critters. 

Patty Steinert started sewing on her mother’s lap as a young girl. She began quilting when she realized quilts could be any size and they didn’t have to fit anyone! She joined Capital Quilters in 2005. Patty and her husband live in Bismarck and enjoy being grandparents to five beautiful granddaughters.

Pam Fenoff has been sewing all her life and began quilting in 2013.  After moving to ND in mid 2014, Pam joined Capital Quilters that fall and has been blessed by the friendships and the education afforded by CQ membership. Always looking for ways to simplify life, Pam stumbled upon this easy to make and useful ironing board about a year ago, made a couple with a friend and thought this would be a fun project to share.  

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