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Limited Series Class
with Nancy Anson
Wednesdays - 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, 11/16
Fee: $150 for 4 weeks

During the four weeks you will learn about quilting terms, quilt fabric/ batting and the usual tools. You will practice with the tools.
You learn quick tips, cut, sew, and put all layers together and learn about how to hold those layers together.
Choose a small table runner, pillow top or other small project. You may also go home with a small practice item each week. Project choice will depend on your comfort with a sewing machine.
This is an introductory course. You will not become proficient in all the techniques but will get an idea of the ones that you can practice at home.
You can opt for a holiday ornament, special star or gift package in place of the pumpkin on the table runner. The table runner is 15x 36 inches.
The pillow top is 20 x 20 inches. It can be in holiday colors, colors that match your decor or maybe kid colors for a grandchild's gift.
If you have a sewing machine in your closet, and have wanted to make something to brighten your home for the holiday, come join us.

Please Note: You must know how to use your sewing machine.

Appropriate for age 18+

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Quilting - Fabric Art

I have been sewing since I was 7 years old, made my own clothing as a teenager and started quilting in my thirties. My grandmother was a quilter and I remember her hand quilting her quilts. Most of my quilting has been self-taught and I have experience in traditional to modern quilt making. I design most of
my quilts, fabric and color are such fun to combine and I am always awed by the results. I have won ribbons for my quilts although that is not the reason I quilt. Most of my quilts are given away to friends and charity. I am looking forward to working with people who have an interest in learning about quilting,
having fun and making something for their home or as a gift. Now retired, I would like to give back to the community by sharing my skills.

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