Canada, New England and Bermuda Quilt Seminar at Sea

10 Days • October 15 – 25, 2019
Quilt and cruise (all-inclusive) in luxury to the East Coast, Halifax, Canada and fabulous St. George, Bermuda aboard Regent's Seven Seas Navigator.
2019 Canada, New England and Bermuda Quilt Cruise

Quilting Instructors

You have an outstanding opportunity to spend 10 days with two extraordinary teachers aboard Regent's Seven Seas Navigator. This fantastic group was chosen because they are all exceptional instructors who are friendly, fun-loving and warm. All are internationally known for the books they have published and their exceptional teaching skills.

Paula Nadelstern Bronx, NY • www.paulanadelstern.com

Paula NadelsternPaula Nadelstern's award-winning quilts have been exhibited internationally, in solo exhibits mounted at The American Folk Art Museum in NYC (April-Sept 09), The Museum of the American Quilters Society, Houston International Quilt Festival, in New York City and Japan, on television shows and online websites, and in books and magazines. Her work was included in the Twentieth Century's 100 Best American Quilts, a prestigious exhibit mounted for the millennium. Paula is the author of Paula Nadelstern's Kaleidoscope Quilts, Puzzle Quilts: Simple Blocks, Complex Fabric, Kaleidoscopes & Quilts and Snowflakes & Quilts. She was a recipient of fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts in 1995 and 2001, and from The Bronx Council on the Arts in 1996. Paula designs textile prints exclusively for Benartex, Inc. and travels extensively teaching her unique kaleidoscopic quiltmaking techniques.

Gyleen X. Fitzgerald Churchville, MD • www.colourfulstitches.com

Gyleen X. FitzgeraldGyleen was born in Philadelphia, PA but grew up in Taiwan and Japan. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering at Drexel University and opened Colourful Stitches in 1999. Those formative years in the Far East developed her love for simplistic artistry.

Gyleen began needlework at the very young age of four and has since pursued artistic expression in drawing and quilt making. Her quilts blend color, pattern and texture to provide a contemporary essence to traditional quilting. Her strength as a quilter is demonstrated by the infusion of engineering tools and techniques to simplify visually complex quilts.

Her writing life came much later; she started with technical reports, moved to technical instructions and finally got the courage to do creative organized thinking. Her written works center around Haiku poetry, Quilt project books, patterns and magazine articles and of course the crème de la crème, children's books. As an artist, she has achieved "Best of Show" recognition; as a writer and publisher, she has achieved award-winning status with Quilts: Unfinished Stories with New Endings. Gyleen has appeared on The Quilt Show and Lifetime TV promoting finishing antique quilts and the new spirit of traditional quilting. Gyleen has an active social media presence on three Facebook group pages and in the Forum of The Quilt Show's website. For Gyleen, quilting is the passion that colors her world as her writing journey continues.