On a return engagement, Doug Leko from Blaine, MN, will be our November presenter and teacher. Doug’s story is unique in the quilting industry. He founded Antler Quilt Designs in 2008, when he was fourteen. Working in his mother’s quilt shop helped him develop his skills and refine his art. After pattern testing for various designers, he began to develop his own quilt designs. Doug launched his full-scale design and marketing operation while still in high school. His web site is antlerquiltdesign.com.
Doug takes a distinctive approach to his quilt designs. He enjoys incorporating secondary design elements and is passionate about color. For Doug, there’s nothing like pulling together just the right mix of coordinating fabrics for a project. He loves every aspect of the quilting process, from design to fabric selection to handwork to binding. His work has been featured in McCall’s Quilting, Quiltmaker, and American Patchwork & Quilting.
Here is his schedule. There are openings in both classes. To register for a class, contact Pam Riss, email@example.com. The supply list for both classes is below and on our web site: haaqg.com. The cutting directions have been sent to those registered. If you register Thursday evening, you will get the cutting directions then. His book, Stashtastic!, is required for either class. You may purchase ahead of time or from Doug.
Necessary Supplies for Class: