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Attic Window Quilt for Beginners with Liz Granberg-Jerome

An attic window quilt is made by splitting a favorite panel and adding light, medium, and dark strips strategically to create the depth of a multi-pane window. Depending on fabric choice, the strips can be attached with mitered corners for a clean finish, or by using half-square triangles in the corners for an easy finish. Liz will guide you through dividing your panel into sections and then adding frames to create the 3D attic window effect.

Wed., August 21 from 5:30 to 9pm at the Lumberyard Arts Center.

Fabric List:
One (1) fabric panel or focus fabric -- wonderful selection of Asian prints or novelty fabric panels are available at Quilters' Paradise, as well as help choosing your frame & sashing colors for good contrast.
Light frames: 1/2 yard
Medium frames: 3/4 yard
Sashing & dark borders: 5/8 yard

Supply list:

Rotary cutter and self-healing mat
Acrylic rulers recommend: 6 x 24", 12 x 12" square
Sewing scissors/snips
Marking tools: pencil for marking wrong side of strips; white ceramic/chalk pencil for dark fabrics and/or blue water soluble marker for light fabrics
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/or 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: Advanced Beginner friendly. Knowledge of basic sewing/quilting skills needed.
Materials Included: One cutting mat, iron and ironing mat available for use during class.
Instructor: Liz Granberg-Jerome
Instructor Bio: Liz Granberg-Jerome brings 15+ 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. While her passion lies with One Block Wonder 60 degree triangle quilts, she has taught a wide variety of classes for Quilters' Paradise since 2015.
Class fee

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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.