Workshops

Charlene Morrison March 18, 2020

Workshop: Fussy Cut Applique


Known for her scintillating use of color, Charlene loves to use bold colors, waxed fabrics from Holland, and Natural woven fabrics from Africa such as mud cloth and natural stones and beads. The more exotic the better. Paper piecing, needle turned and raw edge applique

are her favorite techniques.

Pull that fusible applique pattern out of your stash, and learn all the best techniques, tips and tricks.  No sewing machine needed for this class!

Complex Curves Workshop with Patricia Belyea

Wednesday, April 22 & Thursday April 23 - 9 AM to 4 PM


Being able to add complex curves to your quilt designs is like being given keys to the universe. It opens up so many possibilities for creating new directions in your work. In this two-day work- shop, we make the blocks for a curvy-pieced quilt top. We start by translating simple doodles into the block designs. The line work is transferred to freezer paper for making the patterns. We then walk through the steps for making a fabric version of the pattern. The workshop also dis- cusses how to add curved elements to your quilts and continue confidently with curved piecing.

For more information and inspiration, visit Patricia’s blog: www.okanarts.com/blogs


Members: $80 – Registration is open.
Nonmembers: $100 – Registration opens at the Tuesday, March 17, Evening Meeting.

Twist of Lime with Ebony Love

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Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 9 AM to 4 PM

**Note: The May Workshop will be held at an alternative location (TBD).


Take your Orange Peel blocks to a new level with these easy die-cutting and machine applique techniques. Creating intricate curved blocks is no longer out of reach! You’ll leave class with the skills you need to finish this project plus get all your orange peels cut during class.

For more information and inspiration, visit Ebony’s website: www.lovebugstudios.com


Members: $40 – Registration opens at the Tuesday, February 18, Evening Meeting Nonmembers: $50 – Registration opens at the Friday, April 17, Morning Meeting.