Archive for May, 2010

Wrapped Bowls

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11
May

Instructor: Linda Davis
When: Saturday June 19, 2010
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: $30.00

No— not a wrap to eat, but one to have fun making.  Create a bowl, purse, basket, or a hot pad.  The first step is to learn how!  Fabric strips are wrapped around a cord then sewn together to create different shapes.  Use the wrapping and coiling technique to create any of the above mentioned projects.  All supplies, including the book
It’s a Wrap by Susan Breier, are available at Sew What?

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Jungle Fever

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11
May

Instructor: Christine Kryjeski
When: Monday June 21, 2010
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: $30.00

Use 10” squares of whatever fabric you choose to create a fun quilt. Batiks, brights and even scraps work great in this project. You can add a border if you’d like, the decision is all yours! Join us for a fun day of quilting. This is an excellent, forgiving project, great for beginners.

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Instructor: Diana Brock
When: Friday July 9, 2010
Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Cost: $30.00

A beautiful 3-dimensional rose made the Petal Play way can be worn or used as anembellishment. It is washable, will not fade and is non crushable. This is a great project for all skill levels – even the non sewer.

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Instructor: Ann Shaw
When: Tuesday July 13, 2010
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: $30.00

Beginner and advanced quilters will find this quilt addictive! Easy to make, the result is dramatic. The trick is in the choice of fabric. The focal fabric works best when it is loud and obnoxious. The cutting can be nerve-racking, so join us for this class and we will hold your hand. Layer the repeats, cut triangle shaped pieces from the same part of the repeat, and create a kaleidoscope effect that is irresistible! Think ‘out of the box’ and challenge yourself to buy the most obnoxious fabric available…who can resist a challenge like that??

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Instructor: Mary Margaret Symanski
When: Wednesday July 21, 2010
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Cost: $30.00

This unique bag is made from stuffed fabric strips. Using cotton batting or cotton flannel for the stuffing gives you a product that is both sturdy and soft. You will be amazed at this alternative method.

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Title: Selvage Quilts
Location: Sew What? Quilt Shop
Description: 1 Quilting Class
Instructor: MerrieJann Miller
When: Saturday July 24, 2010
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: $30.00

Why make a selvage quilt? These quilts are fun, creative and you can enjoy your stashwithout using it up! Even if you’ve been quilting for a short time you’ve probably have a nice stash started and that means you have selvages too. This is for beginners and experts alike. It’s so much fun to remember different lines and eras of fabrics.

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Location: Sew What? Quilt Shop
Description: 1 Quilting Class
Date: Friday July 30, 2010
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Instructor: Diana Brock
Cost: $30.00

This quilt is paper pieced, and is nowhere near as hard as it looks. The model is made at 50% of normal size but don’t let that scare you. There are full size blocks available for those not bitten by the “miniature” bug and you can certainly make the whole project in the larger size. The wonderful thing about paper piecing is the accuracy, so even complicated looking patterns like this one are easily attainable by all.

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Note: 2 Quilting Classes
Instructor: Christine Kryjeski
When: Wednesday August 4th and 11th 2010
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Cost: $30.00

This beautiful raw edge appliqué project can be completed as a wall hanging or tablerunner. Using fusible web, it gets quilted while you are stitching down the edges of the appliqué pieces. With Christine’s help, you’ll create an autumn masterpiece. Then use different patterns and this method to create projects for each season!

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Title: Pineapple Log Cabin
Location: Sew What? Quilt Shop
Description: 1 Quilting Class
Instructor: Christine Kryjeski
When: Saturday August 7, 2010
Time 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Beginners take note! We have a great class for you to learn paper piecing. This is an easy twist on the traditional log cabin and a great way to use any scraps you may have lying around you sewing room. Or you can start fresh with a planned color scheme. The straight lines make learning paper
piecing a breeze.

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Instructor: Linda Davis

If you enjoy making stack and whack quilts, well, this is even better! Use just one fabric, just one shape, and easy sewing to create the artistic quilt of your dreams. The fabric does the work for you. Once all the blocks are made, then you play with placement. Since this is a fluid design, there is no pre determined size of the finished quilt. Come and join the fun.

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