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Barn Quilt Workshop with Sheila Sinclair Snyder
May
4
9:30 AM09:30

Barn Quilt Workshop with Sheila Sinclair Snyder

Barn Quilt Painting is a popular, lively class with guided instruction that will take you through the process of painting a Barn Quilt from beginning to completion. You will choose a quilt pattern from dozens offered, or you may bring a favorite (instructor will evaluate the difficulty). You will leave with your own masterpiece, ready for hanging and possibly the inspiration to participate in a Barn Quilt Trail in your neighborhood.

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Draw, Trace, Stitch! Workshop with Rebecca Ringquist
Aug
19
10:00 AM10:00

Draw, Trace, Stitch! Workshop with Rebecca Ringquist

Students of any drawing level are invited to join Rebecca Ringquist for this full-day workshop exploring drawing techniques for machine embroidery. We will warm up by sketching on paper using blind contour techniques, drawing from both life and memory.    After an hour or so of fast drawings on paper, we will move on to translating these techniques into drawing with needles and thread.  A variety of transfer techniques will be demonstrated and employed.  Emphasis will be on experimentation and fast sample making.  If you have been looking for a way to loosen up and add imagery and meaning to your quilts, this is your class!

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One Curve, Five Blocks, Hundreds of Ideas Workshop with Jen Carlton Bailly
Jul
22
10:00 AM10:00

One Curve, Five Blocks, Hundreds of Ideas Workshop with Jen Carlton Bailly

Jen Carlton Bailly presents her new workshop One Curve, Five Blocks, Hundreds of Ideas to PMQG.  In this class you'll take a simple curved block and mix it up, using all different methods of patchwork. You'll explore improv, slice & insert, curve in a curve, curved half square triangles, and patchwork. Once the blocks are sewn up, you’ll explore different ways to put the finished blocks together to create a design that’s uniquely yours! 

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