MCQ Spring Quilt Camp - 2020

April 16-19, 2020 (Thursday to Sunday)


Join other fun-loving quilters for YOU-time at this Quilt Camp held at YMCA Camp Reed north of Deer Park. No cooking, no responsibilities except to YOU. Sew on your own projects in the spacious and well-lit work area with an incredible view of Fan Lake. Join in on fun exchanges and games if you'd like, or not! Lodging is in shared rooms in the lower level of the main building, or stay in one of the many rustic cabins nearby. (Cabins do not have their own bathroom but there is a shared bathroom facility within walking distance.)

MCQ Spring Quilt Camp is April 16-19, 2020 (Thursday to Sunday). $50 deposit (check, cash, or credit card) holds your spot and is refundable until 3/13/20. Final payment is due 4/1/20 and no refunds given after that. Total cost of Camp depends on number of Campers, and ranges from $150-$175. Fee includes 3 nights lodging and 6 meals. Credit card payment accepted for deposit (pay under tab SHOP / CLASSES) or send check. More information and signup form available by email: send to Terrie at "moosequilts @ hot" 

Pictures above are of the lodge, a couple of the many cabins, and me! Below is a photo from inside the "workroom" in the lodge where all the fun happens, plus a look at the bunk beds in one of the rooms in the lower part of the lodge, and some of the fabrics and things I brought last time. Everyone gets a complete bunk - top and bottom. We need a place for our stuff!!

Artists' Studio Tour of Sandpoint - 2020

August 14-15-16 and 21-22-23, 2020

2019 Tour is already over, but plan for a fun couple weekends with friends next year! Yes, I will be part of this wonderful tour again. Mark your calendar for next year's Tour: August 14-15-16 and 21-22-23 and 10-4 each day. My classroom area will again be transformed into a gallery of fabric art, a mini quilt show if you will.  Enjoy the beautiful drive on your way here and plan a day out with friends. Pay studio prices for beautiful art!

What is the Tour? 

The Artists' Studio Tour is a self-guided tour in and around the Sandpoint, Idaho area where local artists invite the public into their personal studios. Brochures and maps are distributed around Sandpoint and local communities, and the most recent brochure can be viewed online at Art Tour Drive.

Want to come look at the quilts and do some shopping on other days? Call and make arrangements.

POAC Activities 2019 

I am honored to be chosen as the Artist of the Year by our local arts organization, the Pend Oreille Arts Council (POAC). The brochures and posters from this year's ArtWalk featured one of my quilts!


Ongoing now until January 31, 2020, The Fabric of our Lives is a contemporary fiber art show at the Power House at the south end of town. I have five items on display here, along with the art of other local artists.


Opening Reception: December 6, 5:00 pm
Show is open to the public through January 31, 2020.
Columbia Bank Plaza, at the corner of 3rd and Oak Streets in Sandpoint (behind Connie's and Farmin Park where the Farmer's Market is held).
This is my solo gallery show which is one of the many benefits of being the Artist of the Year with POAC. I will feature pieces from my "Shadows" series, and snippet wreath and tree designs, plus other works. Mark your calendar and celebrate with me at the opening reception!! As a special treat for those attending the reception, I will have some very special quilts on display for that night only. These are not new pieces, but ones near and dear to my heart, and not for sale. Friends have asked that I share them again this night, so here you go.

Here's a picture of one quilt, "Looking Through..."

Read more on POAC's website:


Christmas has come to the P1FCU office in Ponderay! I have a few Christmas pieces
on display there, along with the work of Joanne Cannon. Enjoy!


ArtWalk will resume again next year in July and August. This huge annual event is coordinated by POAC with displays throughout Sandpoint and in many businesses. POAC's offices are at at 110 Main Street (in the building along with the Sandpoint Music Conservatory).