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Quilting Basics Part 2--Adding Geese

As we move on to the second of four classes we will add additional units to your repertoire and build your confidence in turning written block patterns into actual fabric quilt blocks. Teacher Liz Granberg-Jerome will provide informative handouts and block patterns in each class to use for reference as she guides you in hands-on instruction. You will make nine blocks by the end of the series, plus optional bonus blocks to create a sampler quilt of up to 12 different blocks. This series includes many tips, tricks, and plenty of time for Q&A. Great class for new quilters or as a refresher for those wishing to hone their skills. Classes will meet in the Lumberyard Arts Center classroom/studio. Class fee: $35 per class

Quilting Basics Part 2: Monday, July 8, 5:30pm to 9pm
Continued basic instructions as we add Flying Geese and Diamond in a Square units to create more complex blocks. Overview of rulers, notions, and lots of tips! Three block patterns will be given as part of the class that can be made into a table runner or saved over the series to become a sampler quilt. Optional bonus block patterns will also be available in each class.

Deb Tucker's Wing Clipper ruler will be available for use in class. Available for purchase at Quilters' Paradise.

Fabric Requirements (for entire series):
Quilters' Paradise offers a wide variety of fabrics to make every quilt suit the personality of the maker! Choose your own color combination prior to the first class, please.

To make the 9-block sampler (individual classes show three 3-block runners):
Color 1 Focus A (red): 1 3/4 yards, includes border as shown
Color 2 Focus B (blue): 1 1/4 yard, includes cornerstones
Color 3 Background (sand): 1 1/2 yards, includes sashing strips
More fabric may be needed to make additional blocks for a 12-block sampler. One or two additional fabrics may be added for color variation/combinations--minimum 1 yard cuts recommended.

Supply list:

Rotary cutter and self-healing mat
Acrylic rulers recommend: 6 x 24", 6 1/2" square, and 12 1/2" square
     Note: Additional specialty rulers will be available for use in later classes and suggested but not required
Sewing scissors/snips
Pins and pincushion or container
Seam ripper
Neutral sewing thread to blend with fabric (light gray or cream blend well)
Sewing machine (bring instruction book and accessories)
Quarter inch foot and open toe foot for sewing machine
Iron and ironing mat or wool pad
Extension cord/power strip with 6+ foot cord

Quilting and textile art classes are co-sponsored by Quilters' Paradise and the Lumberyard Arts Center as part of the Quilt Capital of Kansas programming.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Aimed at beginning quilters just starting out or quilters who may want a review to build their skills.
Materials Included: Use of cutting mat, iron and ironing board available during class.
Requirements: Basic knowledge of your sewing machine and a willing attitude.
Instructor: Liz Granberg-Jerome
Instructor Bio: Liz Granberg-Jerome brings 10+ years of quilting experience, on top of 50+ years of sewing to the classroom. She works well with all levels of students, working with each student to ensure everyone in her class succeeds.
Fee per individual class session

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.
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Quilters' Paradise Quilt Shop, owned and run by Sharon Vesecky, opened its doors in its current location on January 3, 1989.