Melinda Bula lives in El Dorado Hills, California and has been sewing since she was a young girl. She has been in love with fabric all of her life and knew when she was 16 years old that she was going to be an artist. After college, she was off to Hawaii as a flight attendant. After marrying, she worked in the interior design field for 15 years as a fabric and wallpaper designer. She and her husband, Joe, started Melinda Bula Designs, a wallpaper and fabric design business soon after the birth of their son in 1988.
Since moving to the Sacramento area in 1996, she has been involved in quilting and wearable arts. Melinda must be a whirling dervish of activity with her finger in many pies: quilts, wearable art, writing books, and most recently teaching online classes (iquilt.com).
She and her quilts travel nationally and internationally to teach and exhibit at quilt shows where she wins many awards. In 2013, the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky bought Melinda's quilt And Our Flag was still There!
Jeanne Mills, Program
Linda Garofalo, Workshops
Kit fee $15.00
Optional UPDATE: Hand-dyed fabric kit $65.00 includes choice of flower colors and greenery
May Update: Only 2 openings remain. Melinda has been to Empty Spools twice this year and this is a great opportunity for those of us who weren't able to spend time with her there.
Meetings are generally held on the first Monday of every month at:
Pacific Grove Community Center Directions
515 Junipero Street (at 15th)
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
Social time begins at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting starts promptly at 7:00 p.m.