Sandra Mollon

Sun, May 4 to Sat, May 10 2025

Fused Art Quilts from Photographs with Sandra Mollon

Medium: Fiber

Level: All Levels

Location: Studio

Status: Open For Enrollment

Instructor's Website:

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Learn to adapt a photograph into a realistic art quilt. Workshop participants select an image to work from, get it enlarged, and trace a pattern from which to work. Another option is use any pattern by Sandra, which may be appropriate for beginning students who do not have an image they want to use. Fusing into place, the use of media, and quilting techniques are covered in class.

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About Sandra Mollon

Sandra is a quilt and textile artist living in Northern California. She saw her first quilt magazine in the late 1980’s, and began quilting in earnest shortly after. Sandra began making very traditional pieced and appliquéd quilts, many winning ribbons, and eventually having one of her original designs, the “Seasons of Life” quilt winning the “Outstanding Large Quilt” award in 2019 at Road to California, and having that quilt going on to win a purchase award at the 2019 Spring Paducah show. It now is a part of the permanent collection of the National Quilt Museum. She is the author of the book “Seasons of Life Quilt, Techniques and Patterns for 13 Baltimore Album Quilt Blocks” published by C&T Publications, released in 2021. She began to be seriously interested in art quilting and thread painting for the past few years, and many of her art quilts have also been award winners at major shows, including “Best Wall Quilt” at the 2021 and 2022 PIQF and Quiltfest Greenville in 2022, and Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival in 2023. She was also interviewed about her work on her quilt “Toroweap Overlook” by the Grand Canyon Historical Society. She has written about her realistic style for “American Quilter” magazine (Jan. 2021 issue). With a Bachelors degree in Science, and a background in teaching, being in the classroom has been very comfortable for her, and she enjoys sharing her techniques with others. She has also hosted international quilt tours, and teaches internationally as well as throughout the USA.


Rates & Enrollment

Day Student Tuition: $910.00

Full 5-Day Package*: $2,627.85-$2,841.69

*5-Day Workshop Package includes: Tuition for 5 full class days, 6 nights of dinner, lodging, breakfast, daily cookie and fruit breaks, unlimited coffee and tea, and welcoming wine and cheese reception. Your choice between a room to yourself (single occupancy) or bring a friend and split a room (double occupancy).

Get more information about your options to enroll here.