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Beginning Quilting

The basics of quilting will be covered including fabric selection, grain of fabric, care of fabric, use of specialized tools and rulers, efficiency with a rotary cutter and chain piecing. The "Math" of quilting will be discussed as blocks are chosen so that a beginner can start to visualize how to break down quilts into their component pieces and recreate them without the need to purchase a pattern. This sampler features the log cabin block, half-square triangles, quarter-square triangles, flying geese, square-in-a-square blocks and snowball blocks.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: be familiar with your own sewing machine.
Materials Included: Patterns; practice squares
Requirements: functional sewing machine with power cord and pedal rotary cutter, 6in x 24in ruler, pins/clips, scissors, pencil, seam ripper, thread to match project, fabric marking pencil. You do not have to have any fabric precut for the first class, you will be instructed on proper cutting technique at that time. Handouts are available at the store for selecting fabrics or can be emailed to you in advance of the course upon request.
Instructor: Cena Harmon
Instructor Bio: Quilting since 1977, Cena has figured out most of the common errors and has figured out how to teach you to avoid them!
includes pattern/handouts, does not include materials

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.