This course is designed for machine quilters who are familiar with free-motion stippling, loops, hearts and are ready to move ahead to more complex designs. We will cover different meanderings, nested designs such as pebbles, flowers and leaves etc. This is not a beginner class! Students will also learn how to apply these new designs to their quilts. Battings and basting techniques will also be covered.
Instructor — Wendy Foster Birch
Skill level — intermediate
When — Wednesday February 13, 12 to 4 pm
Supplies — supply list will be provided when you register
About the instructor — Wendy Foster Birch has been quilting since 1996 and has been machine quilting for clients for over 12 years, all on her domestic machine. She has been sharing her knowledge of machine quilting and teaching for over 9 years. She creates a fun environment in which to learn, but she makes you work! No time wasted when there is so much quilting to do!
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