Scarlett does virtual workshops for guilds, small groups, independent students and events. She would be glad to help with gathering a group together for a Zoom class. Please view her 3 minute talk for groups and guilds about her virtual lectures and virtual classes on youTube. Scarlett was also in the Global Quilt Connection's first webinar on August 2020. She is teacher #11 at 31 minutes. Her Open Enrollment video was one of 20 shown at the Global Quilt Connections November 19th webinar.
Please listen or download Paula’s podcast interview where Scarlett talks about her Celtic applique and other quilts on a Quilter’s Life at aquilterslife.com/episodes/scarlett-rose
March 2021 - Guild fees are:
5-6 hour (1day or separated half on two dates) workshop - $700
3 hour workshop - $500
One hour lecture with Q&A - $450
Please email Scarlett if you represent a private or small group, shop or event for other pricing options.
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Here are some recent reviews of Scarlett's Zoom classes and lectures:
February 2021 Lecture topic “A Look at Modern Celtic Quilting”
This lecture was very well received. When we chose to host Scarlett Rose to present a program for our guild, we had very little knowledge of her skill as a speaker. There are great artists who are poor speakers, just as there are great speakers who have nothing new to say. We hit the jackpot. Scarlett was a lovely, engaging speaker, which is especially important in a Zoom presentation. Then the quilts she used to illustrate her program were very surprising and inspiring. Most of us had never thought about the many ways Celtic design can be stretched beyond the traditional look. It was a very successful program.
February 2021 Workshop “Celtic + Sashiko"
Scarlett Rose created a very comfortable learning atmosphere. She gave some background information, some instruction, some little handy little tips, and a lot of time to just practice. Some students suggested that she might have asked to check their work after a few stitches, others were appreciative of the relaxed, pressure-free approach. Most everyone went on to finish their workshop samples shortly after the class, so her instruction must have been a success.
“Our guild recently hosted our first virtual speaker, Scarlett Rose. The Nov. 18th 2020 lecture she presented was ‘Quilts + Genealogy = Family Stories.’ What a fantastic lecture! Who knew so much family history can be found in a quilt! Her presentation consisted of a PowerPoint presentation and a live portion. The PowerPoint portion was well prepared. All of her pictures were clear, vibrant and in focus. Not only did she share full quilts, but also up close detail of quilt blocks as well. She managed to capture detail in all of her photos. If you have members that share an interest in old quilts as well as family research and documentation, I would highly recommend this lecture! Not only did she totally draw us into the past, she inspired many of us to start documenting our own family histories through the use of quilts for generations to come!”
Vickie Wassell, Programs Coordinator of Pieces ‘n Patches Quilt Guild of Steger, Illinois
More reviews are posted on Scarlett's Resume page.
Scarlett has sample blocks pictured on My Samples page, so have a look and see what's there. There are descriptions and pictures for all of Scarlett's lectures, too. There are links to pictures of students' blocks included in each workshop description.
A selection of quilts that Scarlett has made, such as art quilts, exhibition quilts, etc. There are two pages of quilts!
Scarlett's Fabric Collections in her Spoonflower Shop
Choose from Scarlett's many modern prints, all designed with solid colors. There are Celtic knots, continuous patchwork panels for the double wedding ring, irish chain, storm at sea and more of Scarlett's variations of classic patchwork and applique patterns.
Here are pictures of quilts made by students. Some are completely Celtic; others are a mix of styles among the five pages. Check out the Galleries linked to each of Scarlett's Celtic & More patterns for more sample photos, specific to each pattern.
|Scarlett's Etsy Shop - Buy Scarlett's Celtic & More digital patterns from your favorite shopping site! Bias bar sets are sold there as well.|
From her Quilt Top Wine Cellar, these are WIP's! Scarlett does plan to finish them when the time is right.
Some of these are round robins Scarlett participated in, others have Celtic borders in them!