Announcing the MQG Sessions Vol. 1

Ready to stitch, craft, and connect from home? Spend the weekend learning from some of the best quilting instructors in the comfort of your own home at the first MQG Sessions virtual event.

Pricing & Registration

The MQG Sessions is for MQG members only — all of the fantastic education and social events are included in one flat cost of $95 per person.

Every education session is recorded and registered attendees can watch live and replay the recordings on demand for 14 days following the event. Registration is now open for MQG members!

Our Faculty

Schedule

Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022

Friday, Oct. 14, 2022

Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022

Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022

Sessions Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I register? How much does it cost?

A: MQG Sessions registration will open, strictly for MQG members, on July 26th at 11am CDT/4pm UTC. One ticket for the event is $95, each attendee must have their own ticket, and a ticket includes all twenty lectures and four community sewing sessions. It’s quite a bargain! Registration will remain open for MQG members through the end of the final session.

Q: Can I buy a ticket and watch with my guild friends?

A: As long as they have tickets as well, sure! Each ticket ensures that we are able to pay each speaker fairly, so each ticket is priced per person, not per group or guild. No group or guild rates are offered, as we have priced this event to be as affordable as possible to all. If an attendee shares their registration information with others or shares their access to the event in any way, their access may be terminated with no refund as a result.

Q: What if I can’t attend live?

A: No problem. All educational presentations will be recorded and made available to registered attendees within 24 hours. All registered attendees will be able to play recordings on demand for 14 days following the event. Community sewing sessions will not be recorded. 

Q: What type of internet connection do I need? What type of computer do I need?

A: We strongly recommend a high-speed internet connection and Google Chrome as your internet browser. We will be using the same platform used during QuiltCon Together, our 2021 virtual event. This event platform is called Cadmium, and if you previously participated successfully in QuiltCon Together, you are all set! 

Q: What time zone are the sessions listed in?

A: Sessions are listed in Central Daylight Time (CDT) as well as Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Q: Can I participate with an iPad?

A: MQG Sessions is best experienced through Google Chrome on your laptop or desktop, but using Google Chrome on your iPad should work as an alternative.

Q: Do I have to be an MQG member to attend?

A: Yes, you sure do! Not a member yet? Join today!