Thu, October 11, 2018 - 9:00PM - 3:00PM

Instructor

Karen Neary

Price

$65.00 + tax

 

Details


If you long to quilt your own quilt tops but are lacking in confidence and
unsure how to get started in free motion quilting, this class may be just
the ticket. We will cover the basics of free motion machine quilting
including needle and thread selection, basting, batting, and machine
tension.
Sample squares will be stitched with various techniques including stippling
and meandering, following a marked line, echo quilting, and background
fillers. We will then apply what we have learned to mark, baste, and free
motion quilt the miniature whole cloth pictured in green below. Many quilts
will be shown for inspiration
There is no pre-requisite for this beginner free-motion class, however you
need to be comfortable with your sewing machine; this is beginner
free-motion, not beginner sewing.
More information here:http://karenneary.ca./workshops_2018.htm




 

Location

Knights of Columbus Hall 

5 Robie St. 

Students should Bring

Student Materials: 

  • Sewing machine with free motion capability (i.e. feed dogs can be lowered or covered.)
  • Six, 12” quilt sandwiches for practice stitching (i.e., 12, 12” squaresof fabric and 6, 12” squares of batting.)
  • Complete list supplied upon registration

Number of Participants

15

Registrar

http://karenneary.ca/workshops_2018_pay.htm  

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