Making a Quilt top
Teachers: Maureen Seier & Joan Overhouse
Class location: Key City Creative Center
Day: December 4th, 5th & 7th, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Materials needed: material, thread, scissors, iron, sewing machine is mandatory, cutting mat, quilter's 6" x 24" ruler, seam ripper, and rotary cutter (NOTE: NO T-Shirt material or flannel!) Description: In this class you will sew together a quilt top. The pattern will be “Fat Quarter Shuffle”. You will make a 60" X 70" lap quilt. Each student will need to purchase 9 fat quarters, 2/3 yd. for inner border and 1 1/4 yd. for outer border. It is important to be able to cut straight lines and maintain straight/even 1/4" seams. (It will be the responsibility of each student to have their own quilt quilted.)
In this class you will learn the basics of using advanced computer aided design software to accurately design any project that you want to build in your workshop. No experience is necessary in learning this great software from an instructor who has 29 years of experience using CAD and will guide you through the learning process. You'll learn step by step how to use this amazing free software that can be downloaded to your computer from the Autodesk website. Instruction will be given in three two hour sessions. The classes will cover making sketches to create parts, assemblies, and drawings. Along with adding materials and making finished renderings of projects. Cost of classes $50 In Advance.
Instructor: Marie McDonough
Time: November 18th from Noon to 4:00
Place: Key City Creative Center
Age group: 18 and up
Limit: 6 to 8 people
Everything will be supplied. Students will go home with a comfort bird.