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This is a general guideline, check individual class page for more details.
Beginner: No experience necessary — we’ll teach you everything!
Beginner Plus: You have taken a 101 class or equivalent. You are familiar with threading your machine or know basic knit or crochet stitches.
Intermediate: You’ve got a few projects under your belt. You’ve made a few things and are looking to increase your knowledge.
Advanced: You know quite a bit about your chosen craft and you’re ready to take it to the next level.
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11/29/21, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
String piecing has been around since patchwork quilts were made with household sewing scraps. This simple construction promises fun with color, and a secondary design which is created via the diagonals. We’ll start by choosing fabrics (though students can bring any favorites from home) and go through block making and using a square ruler to trim fabric to size, before completing the quilt top.
Choose a size for your project. Each of the options are made from 16 blocks. As the block size grows (4” or 8” finished), so grows the project. As with any project, bigger means more time.
Students should be comfortable using a rotary cutter and ruler to cut narrow strips of fabric. They should also be comfortable sewing a consistent 1/4” seam.
For great results, you’ll want about 6 - 8 different fabrics, adding up to the amount listed for the Main fabric. The Contrast fabric will form the large diamond, and should be easy to see against the Main ones.
A square ruler at least as big as your chosen block size. And/or a square of cardboard cut to your size (including seam allowance) to be used to periodically check progress.