In this workshop, we will break free from the traditional ways and explore an innovative way of making a quilt as you go. We will piece and quilt each block on the batting. Once our blocks are done, we will assemble them and we will add backing fabric ( flannel) and binding. Et voilà! By working on small and manageable pieces, we avoid the frustrating step of feeding a large quilt sandwich through our sewing machine and save money on long-arm quilting services.This approach is great for the beginning quilter because it is a very forgiving and it is also excellent for a seasoned quilter who wants to learn a fresh technique. It will change the way that you quilt!
Instructor — Marie-Claire Charette
Skill level — completed at least one quilt
When — Saturday March 3, 10 to 4 pm
Supplies (save 10% on supplies purchased in store) —
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