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Fri, Jul 14

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Edmonton

Round Two - Set-In Circles and Quilt As You Go (QAYG) with Marianne Haak

Discover the ease of setting in circles using only one pin. This method lends itself extremely well to improvisational type quilting.

Round Two - Set-In Circles and Quilt As You Go (QAYG) with Marianne Haak

Time & Location

Jul 14, 9:30 a.m. – Jul 15, 4:30 p.m.

Edmonton, 10554 110 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 3C5, Canada

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About the event

Description

Discover the ease of setting in circles using only one pin. This method lends itself extremely well to improvisational type quilting. The effect of overlapping circles and transparency is easily achieved. Using the Cut A Round ruler by Cheryl Phillips, Marianne will teach you how to cut out various sized circles and how to set them into your project. She will also provide several samples of improv work using this method.

She will also cover several Quilt as You Go methods in the class.

Techniques:

·      Cutting the circles

·      Setting the circles in, using only one pin and no glue

·      Creative ways to use inset circles in your work  http://www.thequiltingedge.com/

What Does the Student Bring to Class?

  • Sewing machine with walking foot and quarter inch foot
  • Rotary Cutter (45mm)
  • Cutting Mat
  • Ruler
  • Sharp Scissors
  • Pins
  • Marking Tool
  • Fabric Ruler or template that cuts circles approximately ten inches or larger Suggested rulers:

o   Cut A Round ruler by Cheryl Phillips www.phillipsfiberart.com)

o   The Circles Savvy Ruler by Creative Grids

  • Several twenty-inch batting squares (Warm & Natural or something similar) if you plan to quilt some of the blocks individuallyNote: you need to be able to cut circles that are one inch difference in diameter.  In other words, the hole in the background is one inch smaller in diameter than the circle you are setting in. We will have rulers available for you to use and test before you have to purchase one.Fabric Amounts:·      Several fat quarters…you will need two for each set-in circle.
  • bag lunch
  • Indoor shoes

Workshop Details

  • Friday July 14 and Saturday July 15
  • 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
  • Open to FFAA Members Only
  • Registration fee $25/pp
  • Maximum students = 15

Open to FFAA Members only  

Please note that there are no refunds. If you find you cannot attend, the onus is on you to find your replacement.

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  • Round Two - Set-In Circles

    $25.00

    +$0.63 service fee

    Discover the ease of setting in circles using only one pin. This method lends itself extremely well to improvisational type quilting.

    $25.00

    +$0.63 service fee

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