Piecing & Quilting 101

Learn to make a quilt the modern way. 

In this one-day class you will choose your fabric kit, learn how to piece a block, build your quilt "sandwich", and quilt it on your sewing machine. This is a class for people who have basic sewing skills but haven't made a quilt before and/or want to understand the basics of making a quilt. 
You will complete a block 24" by 24" that you can use for a large pillow, a wall hanging, or as part of a quilt top.
 
Taught by Jane Cramer
Quilting since 2009, Jane has enjoyed a whirlwind of activities and almost every type of piecing, applique and quilting, and is currently focusing on all things 'modern'.  Working with the York Heritage Quilter's Guild Executive, the Quilts at the Creek Planning Committee, teaching and a wonderful circle of friends who support all activities quilt-related, have brought hours and hours of happiness and creativity.

Thursday September 21st - 10am - 4pm  Lunch & Snacks Included

Supply List - All you need to bring is your sewing machine in good working order with a 1/4" foot and a walking foot - all other fabric and supplies are included in the price.

We will provide a selection of pre-cut fabric kits for you to choose from for the front of your block and you will choose the fabric for your back from a large assortment of solids.  You will also be provided with batting and a spool of premium, cotton thread.