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Basic Quilting 1F22

Age Group: 
Teens (17+), Adults

Learn basic quilting techniques and then expand into areas where the quilt becomes art, exploring what makes good design, shape and color composition, and finally touching on surface elements and dimensionality.  You'll use scraps of favorite fabrics to design and sew a quilt.  By the final class, you'll be equipped with new ideas, techniques and inspiration to continue your own work.

All experience-levels; new and returning students welcome. Limit 6 students.

Brenda Jones

Brenda Jones

Brenda Jones designs and sews unique quilts and wall art using fabrics, embroidery, beads and other materials that enhance her themes. She has made crafts most of her life, focusing on fiber art for the past decade. Her work has been shown at the Lowell Quilt Festival, Dei Centre (Accra, Ghana), City Gallery at Waterfront Park (North Charleston SC) and elsewhere. She is retired as a principal in the Boston Public Schools.

“My quilts usually include organic elements, jewel tone fabrics and a touch of my African American heritage.” 

Fiber Arts
Materials to bring to class:

Materials provided by instructor for $35 materials fee