Help Me to Design A Quilt!

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Help Me to Design A Quilt!


Instructor: Pam Holland

Friday, June 23, 2017 | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm • All levels

Find your inspiration while creating with Pam Holland in this imaginatively moving class.

"As quilters, we like to be able to design something totally our own.  But how do you go about it?

I've been teaching this class for many years, but it changes each year as I design new genres.  So this will be a totally new ideas class.

First of all, we will study a single block quilt - and I ask you to think of something simple that you will design.  I used a photo of a poppy head for this one.  We will also look at creating a medallion quilt and then an art quilt”.  – Pam Holland

Location:  Otero County Fairgrounds, 401 Fairgrounds Rd, Alamogordo, N.M.

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Supply Requirements:

• Some scraps of fabric and threads to match the colors of the fabric to make up a block (I'm going to suggest you have a theme.  For instance, I have packets off fabric samples in a certain genre in my stash and when I begin to design, I use those.)

• 1 yard of fusible web

• 1 large sketch pad (or you could just bring sheets of paper if you wish)

• 2 pencils

• 1 pencil sharpener.

• Colored pencils or markers

• Ruler

• Rotary cutter

• Scissors

• A basic sewing kit

• A portable light box, if you have one

• Sewing machine with all the feet