ends Wednesday at noon
Do you have a mountain of scraps at home that you don’t know what to do with? Bring them in for this fun workshop that will challenge the way you organize and use scraps of all sizes.
Join us in the studio as Stacey shares some techniques, tips and tricks on how to use your fabric scraps for fun, improvised piecing - as featured in her "Accumulative Effect" quilt from QuiltCon 2016.
We will discuss scrap organization, colour, balance, value and how to start putting together your own unique project to use up leftover fabric.
Instructor — Stacey O'Malley
Skill level — advanced beginner
When — Saturday November 19, 10:00 to 4:00 pm (Please bring a lunch, we will break so you can grab a bite)
Supplies — Scraps in a rainbow of colours. If you don’t have scraps but you’d like to come to the workshop, you can bring or purchase a fat eighth or fat quarter bundle to use instead.
About the instructor —Stacey makes and designs modern quilts in Ottawa. See more of Stacey's work on Instagram @slostudio or her blog at slostudio.ca
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