I Spy a Postage Stamp Quilt June 15
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Sat, June 15
9 am – 12 pm
Includes pattern, fabric
Instructor: Michelle Henderson, Seams Like Quilting
One of the first quilt shows we went to, we saw mitered borders on a quilt. And man, was it cool. Years later, at market last October, we found a fabric that was simply MADE to be mitered. But as a technique, it’s way more intimidating than it is difficult.
Join us June 15, 9-12 as we act like carpenters and learn how to miter borders. We will be getting a start on the Stamp Quilt from Andover! All fabric and specialty notions, are included. Please bring your sewing machine and basic supplies. Shared irons and ironing boards will be available. Class limit: 6
What is a Skill Building Class?
At Seams Like Quilting, we want your only limit to be your imagination!
As a set of skills, quilting is much like cooking. We can work from a recipe (pattern) and often do. But once in awhile, dinner just needs to get on the table. So we rely on foundational skills, dig around in the pantry, and bring something together. Knowing how to cook is about more than following a recipe. And knowing how to quilt is the same. Often, we avoid patterns we like because they use techniques we’re uncomfortable with. Our skill building class series is about introducing those techniques. We never know what our next favorite skill will be!!
Skills Used/Learned in this class:
Machine piecing mitered borders
We welcome you to our classes! Classes run with a minimum of 3 people and a maximum of 6. Bring your machine, rotary cutter, mat, and basic notions to class. No refunds are given unless is cancelled by the shop. Communication of class status will be via email.
*All fabric cut from bolt priced and sold in quarter yard increments. For 1 yard, please set quantity at 4.
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