Instructor: Emily Doane
Date & Time: May 20 , 10:30-1:00
Location: Westminster Presbyterian Church
Techniques we will learn/use: Curved Piecing, Color Theory, Using a Template.
Do you have trouble knowing how to choose color palettes for your quilts? Have no fear! Using some of my favorite solids, we will construct a color wheel quilt that you can hang in your sewing room to inspire you! You will also receive a great printed reference that explains the some of the basic color relationships, so you’ll learn some basics of color theory that will help you build your own gorgeous color schemes!Our mini quilt will finish at about 24” x 24”.
•20 – 4.5” x 9” rectangles in a rainbow spectrum (These will be provided to you!)
•4 - 12.5" x 12.5" squares in a neutral color/print for the background
•Scissors for cutting paper
•Pattern Weights (Grab some heavy metal washers and crochet around them for some pretty pattern weights!) OR a fabric pen/pencil
•Basic Sewing Kit - fabric scissors, pins, pin cushion, and a seam ripper
•Rotary Cutter with a new sharp blade & cutting mat, ruler
•Coordinating thread for piecing
•Sewing machine in working order:
OPTIONAL:•Iron & Pressing Mat (1 pressing station for every 2-3 people should be sufficient - so make sure you or someone you know is bringing an iron and pressing surface)
•Notebook and pen to take notes if desired
WE WILL PROVIDE TWO IRONING STATIONS FOR EVERYONE TO USE.