January 27 & February 3, 9:30am -12:00noon (Sundays)
No prior quilting experience required.
Is your life too fast paced and filled with too much screen time? Looking to slow down, get away from technology and appreciate the feel of thread and fabric in your hands? Learn how to quilt--how it was done before the invention of sewing machines! Create small, sweet hexagons stitched together to become practical coasters or a trivet for your table. All the skills learned in this two session class can be applied to future projects to create larger objects such as place-mats, decorative pillows and even heirloom quilts.
Two 2 ½ - hour sessions. Tools and materials needed (Available at Stitches): A variety of cotton fabrics, quilting weight (a fat quarter bundle works well) 1 package of coordinating double fold bias tape Minimum ¼ yard or package of low loft batting Cotton thread, 1 or 2 coordinating colors 1 skein DMC Pearl Cotton Size 10 sewing needles Straight pins 1 package of 1 or 2 inch hexagon paper pieces Beeswax or other thread conditioner Chalk or water-soluble pen 8" Embroidery hoop for trivet or 6" hoop for a coaster Scissors
Optional, but not required: Wire needle threader Thimble, fitting your middle or ring finger Pin cushion for straight pins Storage box for all your supplies (a pencil or shoe box works well) Book: Quilting on the Go by Jessica Alexandrakis
15 years old and up, younger students may be allowed with instructor approval. Please contact us with questions.
We require pre-registration for all of our classes. Fourteen days notice is required to reschedule or cancel any class for a refund. By purchasing this class you are agreeing to these terms.