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Quilting 102 - Make a Modern Wall hanging

  Ready to take your new quilting skills to the next level? This class for advanced beginners will explore foundational topics including working with half-square triangles, rotary cutting skills, and matching points in quilt blocks. In the first half of the class, we will make a 40" x 40" quilt top by first cutting all of the squares and then piecing the blocks and the top. In the second half of the class, we will learn how to pin baste a quilt top, create a quilt sandwich, make a hanging sleeve, and how to quilt with the walking foot on your machine. 

This is a multi-week class to introduce students to Piecing a Quilt.  
We will make a wall hanging sized quilt.  
You should be able to complete most of the project by the end of the sessions, but you will have to do your Homework!
Class is for someone who understands the basic idea of quilting: You should be familiar with basic sewing techniques and familiar with your machine.  

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: This class for advanced beginners. You should be familiar with basic quilt sewing techniques and familiar with your machine.
Materials Included: No you will get a supply list once you sign up
Requirements: Note: Please come to class with your fabric pre-washed in cold water and dried in a normal dyer setting. Pre-washing ensures that excess dye is removed from the fabric and that any shrinkage occurs before the quilt is complete. Yardage is calculated to account for shrinkage during the washing process. Wash light-colored fabrics separately from dark-colored fabrics. Also, wash new fabrics separate from any clothing or household textiles in case of excess dye.
Instructor: Janice E. Frisch
Instructor Bio: Janice E. Frisch, Ph.D., has been making and researching quilts for the past twenty years. She is the owner of the business Tangible Culture, through which she gives quilt history lectures, teaches quilting classes, and makes custom memory quilts. Her groundbreaking research on the American block-style quilt is published in the book American Quilts in the Industrial Age, 1760-1870, edited by Patricia Cox Crews and Carolyn Ducey. You can learn more about her work and book her for guild lectures on her website:
Price does not include materials once you sign up for the class we will send you a Materials list

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