Rock Your Quilt
Coming October 17th and 18th
Workshop Registration Class DATE: __Oct 18, 2018__9am-3pm
Teacher: Eleanor Levie_________________________
Class title__Nine Patch Gone Wild_______________
Your name: __________________________Email:__________________________
Class Fee: $40 (members) $45 (non-members) Payment due by August 30, 2018
Make check for class fee payable to: First Dutchess Quilters
Mail to : Janet Jozwiak, 7 Marlyn Drive, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590
Contact me with any questions: email@example.com, 914-456-5681
Workshop will be held at the
Dutchess County Farm & Home Center
2715 Route 44
Millbrook, New York 12545-5566
Nine-Patch Goes Wild!
A workshop with Eleanor Levie, whose latest book is Quilt Blocks Go Wild!
Escape from the Quilt Police! Let loose with color!
This class is pure play. We’ll put a modern spin on a classic Nine-
Patch pattern, and transform it into two simultaneous one-of-a-kind
blocks. I’ll guide you in choosing your fabrics, skewing your cuts, and
quick piecing. I’ll share lots of ways to add complexity—stacking,
slicing, crazy-piecing, string-quilting, adding wonky star points,
secondary patterns, and more, to create fabulous patchwork.
You’ll love the process, sharpen your skills, and leave with wildly exciting quilt blocks for potholders, a tote, a table runner, a wall hanging or quilt of any size. We’ll talk design ideas, too, for quilting and finishing so you‘ll leave eager to complete your unique, original piece.
Materials and Tools (Pairs or even trios of participants may share tools):
You'll start with just 2 different fabrics, each 9 or 9½" square. One of the fabrics should be wild in color or pattern; the other a strong contrast. Fast-moving students—and full-day workshop participants—will go on to use more coordinating combos of two and four 9" or 9½" squares.
Neutral thread to work with your fabrics
Acrylic rulers: Ideally, a 9½" or 12½" square, and a rectangle at least 12" on a side
Cutting mat, 12" x 18" or larger
Rotary cutter, 45mm
Sewing machine--straight stitch is all that's needed, so featherweights are fine!
Iron & ironing surface at least 12" on a side (can be a folded wad of fabric, or shared)
Want more info? Visit EleanorLevie.com, and see projects from recent Nine-Patch workshops, or contact me with any questions. I’ll go wildly overboard to meet your needs!