with Karen Overton
Tumbling Triangles is a pattern, a Studio 180 Design, that allows for quilts in six sizes ranging from 13" x 13" up to 80" x 80". This modern quilt is made by combining two contrasting fabrics to create triangles tumbling down the quilt. Regardless of quilt size chosen, two basic units make up the quilt, a Square and the V-Block Unit. The V-Block Unit is made using a ruler called the V-Block Trimmer. The cost of the pattern and a V-Block Trimmer ruler is $34.00. Karen provided a detailed Supply List which shows fabric requirements and width of strips needed for the various quilt sizes.
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Wednesday, August 21, 2019
9 AM to 4 PM
CREATING TEXTURE AND FORM
machines techniques with Velda Newman
Nature is an endless source of beauty and inspiration. With this in mind, learn how to get rid of the “flat look” and turn fabric into something more interesting. These easy machine stitching techniques can be used for quilts and clothing. There is no ‘prep work’ involved. Be sure to collect the items on the Supply List. Students will spend the day making samples of the different machine stitching techniques that Velda uses in making her own work. You will work from a design sheet she provides. The class is fast-paced and everyone will have lots of samples to take home and apply to their own work.
Velda Newman’s website: email@example.com.
Wednesday September September 18, 2019
9 AM to 4 PM
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