Each month practice a different technique for making and quilting a block. Each quilted block will finish 12” square. Great opportunity for both beginner and non-beginner quilters to learn different quilt piecing techniques and have some fun and camaraderie doing it. This is not a project class but bonus instructions will be provided for how to join blocks together to make larger projects. For example, a quilted block can be made into a placemat or a tote bag; or several blocks can be put together to make a table runner, or a small quilt. Blocks can be duplicated and made into a larger quilt. Lots of possibilities.
Stained Glass Applique quilts are made by fusing fabric shapes to background fabric and covering the edges with fabric bias strips. The end result is a design that looks like stained glass. Typically the bias strips used are black but in reality, any color can be used. You are the designer; do what you want to do!
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Instructor: Susan Nelson
Questions about the class? Contact Susan by phone at 704-674-4391 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan has been sewing all her life making garments, quilts, slipcovers, home decor and more. She has been embroidering by machine since the mid-1980s. She is trained on Pfaff, Viking and BabyLock machines, is certified to teach Pfaff/Viking software, is a licensed Sulky teacher and has been published in THREADS magazine.
Bonus QAYG Instructions for making the quilted block into a QAYG placemat, similar to the one shown below, will be a handout to class attendees. QAYG = Quilt As You Go.