This class will show you how to make circles of any size, ready to appliqué onto anything, using several different techniques. You'll also learn how to make squircles (a square-ish circle). Be careful....making these can be addictive!
Participants will leave with a few completed squares and plans for how to continue at home. You can sew these shapes together to make anything from a table topper/placemat, to a pillow, and even a full size quilt.
Audience: teens and adults
Skill level: Experienced sewists looking to broaden their skill sets. Basic sewing skills required, including comfort with using needle and thread.
Supplies we'll provide: all tools and instruction plus some materials
Supplies to bring with you:
One fat quarter of quilting cotton precut into 5” squares (you can probably eke out 9-12 of them) for your background
Any additional 5" square fabric scraps you might like to use (optional -- we'll also have lots here for you to choose from)
Your curiosity and willingness to experiment
A face mask
COVID safety precautions:
Class size is limited due to social distancing requirements.
Masks are required to be worn over your nose and mouth for the duration of the class.
If you are not feeling well, if anyone in your household has tested positive in the past week, and/or if you are not vaccinated against COVID-19, please stay home.
When you sign up for this class, you're agreeing to abide by our safety precautions as well as our registration policy. Please contact us before registering if you have any questions.
Sue is a lifelong crafter who enjoys sharing her love of making with anyone who will listen. A member of Maine Modern Quilters, the Modern Quilt Guild and Pine Tree Quilt Guild, she's taught several workshops to beginners as well as advanced quilters, and worked for many years at Quilt Essentials before it closed.
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