Fundamentals of Hand Quilting

 

Quilts can be humble, comforting, beautiful and functional. Focusing on process and quality rather than production and quantity, this class will introduce you to traditional hand sewing techniques and the four fundamental stages of quilting—piecing, sandwiching, quilting and bias binding. Create your own simple grid-based design for a lap-sized quilt, with encouragement to incorporate upcycled woven fabrics from home. By the end of the week, you will have a finished or close-to-finished lap quilt, based on personal pace and design. Prerequisite: Basic Sewing, and/or comfortable threading a needle and sewing a running stitch. Limit 8 students

Course Number

AC1035

Class Size

8

Age Range

17+, teens with instructor's permission

Skill Level

All Levels

Prerequisite

Basic Sewing, and/or comfortable threading a needle and sewing a running stitch.

Materials

Coming soon

Instructor, Schedule, and Cost

SUMMER 2019

Section 1M: Monday–Friday, Aug 5–9
9am–4pm
Instructor: Kate Herron 
$500. REGISTER