2023-06-11 - Hand Quilting
The practice of quilting can be traced back to medieval times and spans many cultures and continents. Whether you make quilts for display or everyday use, this is a useful skill with many applications.
In this class you will learn the basics of hand quilting to honor and highlight special pieces of fabric from moments and people in your life. All students will design their own small quilt square with guidance.
This class is offered as an optional connection to the class Block Printing on Fabric with Kjersti Faret on Saturday, June 10. Taking Kjersti's class is not a prerequisite, but we will highlight the fabric printed in her class in our quilt blocks in this class.
Level of Instruction:
This is a beginner friendly class.
Please bring various colored/patterned cotton fabric, cardstock paper/ gridded paper, batting, quilting thread, sewing needles, thimbles, needle threaders, scissors, and a washable glue stick.
Many of these materials are available to order for pickup through Decorah's local quilt shop Red-Roxy Quilt Co. Notions purchased from Red Roxy receive a class discount of 10% off.
Learn more about instructor Caitlyn McLaughlin here.
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