The Log Cabin quilt block is perhaps the most well-known, best loved of all quilt designs. Simple enough for a beginner quilter to confidently stitch... ...yet versatile enough to pique the interest of a more experienced quilter.
This beautiful quilt will create a cozy feeling in your bedroom, to cuddle under on the couch or have a picnic on.
The basic structure of this quilt block is a center shape surrounded by strips, or 'logs'. In our example, we will be using 3 ‘logs’ on each side of the center.
The Log Cabin in the Round combines multiple width ‘logs’ or you can elect to construct a more traditional same size ‘logs’
Your choice will be for 1 Day class (10-3) and a split 2 day class (10-1). The Saturday classes, 1st one will instruct you on the construction of the blocks and then you will do your homework and come back for the 2nd class for the construction of the quilt.
You have another choice, make a traditional log cabin or a log cabin in the round.
Fabric requirements here. Please bring a 6"x24" ruler, a cutting board and a rotary cutter to class.
You will get blocks that Karen has edited to include the quilting for each block so that once sewn together you will be done. No quilting to be done.
You will need to purchase your pattern. Here is a link where you can purchase the pattern.
Prep work for class
Breeze into the season in this carefree layer of pure elegance! This jacket is designed to move easily from work to weekend. This jacket can be constructed using the serger, which makes the finishing touches a breeze.
The jacket has slightly flared sleeves, either full length or ¾ length.
Trace you size onto pattern paper so you can keep ypur original pattern intact
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Each month we will tackle a new project that you will be able to recreate at home. You can choose to bring your Destiny or Solaris and follow along real-time or you can choose to just come with a notebook. Either way you will have a handout to take home with you.
Here are some of the fun topics we will be covering
September-Party Coasters – will take a shape and apply stipple to it and get it ready for sewing it out in the hoop. Saving work and recalling it so we create another step in the process. Using the Eraser tool,
Along with this topic we will discus using Shapes with background fills.October - You will be able to make a cute little coin purse and will be completed your embroidery machine and sewing machine.
We will discuss how to create a line image that will become an ITH project.
Taking a scan of a stocking you can get a jump on little stocking stuffers.
We will explore bringing images in from your computer via a USB drive. You will love the little stocking and you can create and embellish.December - Looking a personalized coaster that will have an Initial on it and will create a stamp so that the stipple will not be under the Initial.