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Making Fabric – Improv “Crumb” Quilting – Quilters Schoolhouse
October 21 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Instructor: Terri Curry, BBQ Past President & Past Quilt Show Chair
Date: Saturday, October 21
Location: Boise Rigging Supply, 6750 West Victory Road, Boise
This class is back by popular request.
No! There is no loom involved. This class is a way of piecing fabric together to make a block or strip of a desired size. The method is a cross between crazy quilting and improvisational work. Don’t become intimidated. It’s not difficult. Some quilter’s call it crumb blocks. The result of your work will be a surprising and very interesting way to use scraps and even small orphan blocks by playing with color.
Use your own scraps or scraps supplied by the instructors. Many quilters use the end result to make a quilt divided by sashing or use them with other neutral tones. You will leave the class with blocks and new ideas to use in your quilts or projects along with resources to help you.
Questions about this class, suggestions for future classes, or would like to volunteer with Quilters’ Schoolhouse contact Janice Black at firstname.lastname@example.org.