Wool on Cotton

Learn everything you need to know about wool applique in this fun class. We will be making the Dahlia block from the Seed Merchant quilt. This class will teach you about thread, needle and stitch choices. No fusible or buttonhole stitch needed. Simple embroidery stitches to enhance your wool applique will be included as well. This block finishes at 11″ x 13″ and can be finished as a darling pillow or popped into a frame. This is a skills-oriented class suitable to all skill levels. Kits can be provided for a cost of $15.00 but are not required. Pattern provided at no charge for all participants. 

6 Hour Class (with an hour break for lunch) – HAND WORK CLASS
June 19 2021 – 8:00am
Room: 1
Fee: $70

Student Capacity: 32

Optional Kit Fee – payable to the instructor: $15 includes cotton, wool, thread and needle

Supply List (if not purchasing the kit):

  • Cotton background– 12″ x 14″ 
  • Wool 
  • Gray– 1 1/4″ x 16″ 
  • Purple #1– 3 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ 
  • Purple #2– 3″ x 3″ 
  • Red #2—4″ x 6″ 
  • Red #3– 3″ x 3″ 
  • Gold #2 – 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ 
  • Gold #3 – 5″ x 7 1/2″ 
  • Green #2– 5″ x 7″

Supply List for all:

  • Freezer paper 
  • Fray Block 
  • Sharpie 
  • Iron  
  • Sharp scissors  
  • Stapler, applique pins or glue 
  • Size 24 Chenille needle 
  • Embroidery floss to match your wool colors Gray embroidery floss for stitching the words Water soluble marking pen or pencil Small mat, ruler and rotary cutter

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Class Registration $70
Available Tickets: 28
The Class Registration ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.

Cost

$70.00
Dawn Heese

Organizer

Dawn Heese
Email
instructors@kcrqf.com

Dawn Heese is an author, pattern and fabric designer and award winning quilter. She has authored 7 books, the latest two published by Quilt-mania, are printed in French and English. She designs quilt and punch needle patterns under the name Linen Closet Designs and is a licensed fabric designer for Diamond Textiles. Her patterns have a vintage, folk art appeal. Dawn's work can be seen in international and national magazines such as Quiltmania, Simply Vintage, Fons and Porter, Quilts and More, and Primitive Quilts and Projects. She travels the US and abroad sharing her love of applique and quilting.

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