Once the piecing is done and the quilt is quilted, what’s next? Why the binding of course. Book now.
This class will teach you a variety of quilting techniques, from hand binding to machine binding to even adding a flange to jazz up that final frame on your quilt.
During this class you will learn straight grain binding as well as bias binding, hand finished biding and machine finished binding. The class will include demos as well as hands on. We will supply the samples for you to use.
Your class fee also includes:
♦ Mini quilt sandwiches that we’ll prep ahead of time for you to practice techniques on during class
♦ A great, fully-illustrated book on the many ways to bind a quilt: “There’s More Than One Way to Bind a Quilt.” The book will be your reference after class.
Our teacher is Colette Wilson. Her love of quilting developed as a child, exposed to the rich heritage of Amish quilters in Waterloo County, Ontario, Canada. She embraces both modern and traditional quilting methods and often finds unique ways of combining both. Colette has taught sewing, machine embroidery and quilting techniques at various locations including her current position with the Viking Sewing Gallery in North Austin. Colette is a lifelong learner and enjoys sharing that passion with others. Book now.
Supplies: The tools and supplies are available at our studio.
– Sewing machine with all feet, extra needles, bobbins and thread
– 1/2 yard woven cotton for binding
– machine piecing thread
– hand quilting thread
– fabric marking pen or tailor’s chalk
– hand sewing needles (applique needles, small betweens / quilting needles, small embroidery needles)
– wonder clips
– rotary cutter
– thread snipper
– seam ripper
♦ Price: $75
♦ Six students maximum
♦ Length: 3 hours. Class is at our Studio at these times:
– March 3, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
– March 15, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
♦ Supplies are required. Please see above. Most are available at our Studio
♦ Book now