Beginning Sewing/Quilting Class
Presented by Marianne Guza
Saturday April 30th, 10am-Noon
Ivanhoe Community Center
Join us on Saturday April 30th from 10 am-noon, when Marianne Guza will present a Beginning Sewing Quilting Class.
Participants will learn how to make a patchwork pillow cover or a mug rug/ place mat. We will cover selecting fabrics, cutting and placement, stitching, ironing, binding and completing the project.
Cost $30—in addition you will need to provide the following supplies/fabric. Working sewing machine, including bobbin and instruction manual. 1 large spool of white or natural colored thread. 1 yard of neutral fabric for backing and binding. Scraps of colorful quilting fabric, or 2-4 fat quarters of quilting fabric. Seam ripper, scissors, and stick pins. You can also bring the following tools if you have them: rotary cutter and mat, quilting ruler, iron and tabletop ironing board or pressing mat.
Open to ages 12 and up, for all sewing skill levels. Participants should have basic knowledge on operating their sewing machine.
To view examples of projects, and for more information please stop at the library during regular library hours. Registration/payment is due at the Library by Friday April 15th.