April 17-18, 2015Kansas City Modern Quilt Guild, Kansas City, KS

April 30 – May 1, 2015, A Gathering of Stitches, Portland, ME

May 2, 2015, New Hampshire Modern Quilt Guild, Nashua NH

May 3, 2015Sea Coast Modern Quilt Guild, West Newbury, MA

May 17, 2015, San Diego Modern Quilt Guild, CA

May 29, 2015, Thimble Pleasures, Chapel Hill, NC

July 18, 2015, Bay Area Modern Quilt Guild, Redwood City, CA

July 26-31, 2015, Quilting by the Lake, Auburn, NY

August 12, 2015, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA

August 30, 2015, San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, San Jose, CA

October 13, 2015, Mt. Tam Quilt Guild, San Rafael, CA

February 18-21, 2016, QuiltCon West, Pasadena, CA

February 27 & 29, 2016, East Bay Heritage Quilters, Oakland, CA

November 18-20, 2016, Greater Ann Arbor Quilt Guild, MI


March 1-2, 2015, Fidalgo Island Quilters, Anacortes, WA

February 27-28, 2015, Seattle Modern Quilt Guild, Seattle, WA

February 26, 2015, Aunt Mary’s Quilt Shop, Arlington, WA

February 19-22, 2015QuiltCon, Austin, TX

November 17, 2014, Chicago Modern Quilt Guild, Chicago, IL

November 13-16, 2014Camp Stitchalot, Pleasant Lake, MI

August 25-26, 2014Santa Clara Valley Quilt Association, Santa Clara, CA

June 14, 2014, Baltimore Modern Quilt Guild, Baltimore, MD

June 13, 2014, Tabby Fabric & Studio, Beaufort, SC

June 6-7, 2014  Spoonflower, Durham, NC

February 23, 2014, Stitch Modern,  East Bay Modern Quilt Guild, Oakland, CA

February 7-9, 2014SewDown: Portland, Portland, OR

January 20, 2014, San Francisco Quilters’ Guild, San Francisco, CA

October 10 – December 28, 2013New England Quilt Museum, Lowell, MA

September 9, 2013Pajoro Valley Quilt AssociationSanta Cruz, CA

February 21-24, 2013, – Modern Improv Workshops at QuiltConAustin, TX 

February 5, 2013,  Lecture on Modern Improv Quilting at Stitch Modern, Oakland, CA


5 Responses to Events

  1. Joan barrett says:

    Hello Sherri Lynn, I am inquiring about your fees and expectations for doing a workshop here in Sacramento. If you are interested would you please reply to me personally. Thank you very much.

  2. Linda Chase says:

    To put it simply I love your work and philosophy. I am a beginning quilter and have found it difficult to find my niche since I am essentially grounded in spiritual expressions ranging from the I Ching, Buddhism, and Our Lady of Guadalupe. At the moment I am learning classical quilt techniques but I find it difficult to get excited about simply making patches and putting them together. Patience is sometimes hard to come by. Having completed my training in Expressive Arts therapy about 20 years ago, I have explored all sorts of creative expression centering on shrine making workshops both for personal use and parish team building. Right now I find textiles to be both inspiring and challenging. I find your approach so refreshing.

    Is there a chance you will be coming to Souther California in the near future. I live in San Deigo. Thank you for making a difference in so many lives.

    Linda Chase

    • sherrilynn says:

      Thanks Linda. I do understand my work, and improvisational quilt making in the broader context of self-discovery, creativity and spiritual growth. I appreciate your thoughts and wish you well on your path. I’m not scheduled to teach in Southern California yet. Perhaps you can put in a good word for me if the opportunity arises. That’s usually how I eventually get invited to a location. Best!

  3. Ellen Dehr says:

    I just wanted to tell you that I really enjoyed your lecture at Stitch Modern. It was really inspirational. I do hope your book deal comes through as you have so much to share with the world.

  4. Nari chong says:

    Love your quilts and the hand dyed fabrics. Amazing!

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